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  1. Video: Female struck & killed by car in Scarborough

    Video: Female struck & killed by car in Scarborough

    Const. Clint Stibbe confirmed that a woman died after she was struck by a car on Birchmount Road in Scarborough on Wednesday morning. The intersection was closed but has since reopened.

  2. Video: Woman dies following crash in Burlington

    Video: Woman dies following crash in Burlington

    A woman died after a single-vehicle crash on the eastbound Highway 403 at Waterdown Road in Burlington early Wednesday morning. The eastbound lanes were closed at Waterdown, but reopened just after 7:30 a.m.

  3. Entertainment City: All female cast for Ghostbusters remake revealed

    Entertainment City: All female cast for Ghostbusters remake revealed

    In the national edition of Entertainment City, the newest remake of the film ‘Ghostbusters’ will have an all female line-up. Plus, nominations for Canada’s Juno Awards were released yesterday.

  4. Business Report: Apple shatters earnings records with $18B profit in 3 months

    Business Report: Apple shatters earnings records with $18B profit in 3 months

    680News senior business editor Mike Eppel with the day’s top business headlines, including Apple’s record-shattering earnings report.

  5. Morning Webcast: GoDaddy pulls controversial Super Bowl ad, ‘Community’ actor charged with voyeurism

    Morning Webcast: GoDaddy pulls controversial Super Bowl ad, ‘Community’ actor charged with voyeurism

    Sitcom actor charged with voyeurism after cameras discovered in rented Queen West apartment. And, GoDaddy pulls controversial Super Bowl commercial.

  6. Morning Weather Webcast: Jan. 28, 2015

    Morning Weather Webcast: Jan. 28, 2015

    A cold, clear start to the day with an afternoon high of -3 C under mainly sunny skies.

  7. Video: Overnight Weather Webcast: Jan. 27, 2015

    Video: Overnight Weather Webcast: Jan. 27, 2015

    Mainly clear conditions overnight, -14 C feeling like -22.

  8. Video: 1 dead in Dufferin & Lawrence area shooting

    Video: 1 dead in Dufferin & Lawrence area shooting

    CityNews reporter Anna Vlachos has the latest from the scene.

  9. World acknowledges 70th anniversary of Auschwitz liberation

    World acknowledges 70th anniversary of Auschwitz liberation

    CityNews anchor Roger Petersen with the emotional pleas for renewed peace during today’s commemoration services.

  10. VIDEO EXCLUSIVE: Nurse robbed while helping man struck by car

    VIDEO EXCLUSIVE: Nurse robbed while helping man struck by car

    CityNews reporter Tammie Sutherland speaks exclusively with the nurse about the steps she has taken to try to get her property back.

  11. Families may pay more to play hockey under proposed 2015 city budget

    Families may pay more to play hockey under proposed 2015 city budget

    The proposed 2015 city budget calls for a five per cent increase to indoor ice permit fees and a 2.25 per cent increase on general parks and recreation user fees to cover the cost of inflation. And that may put hockey and ice skating out of the reach for many families.

  12. Video: Tim Hortons laying off unspecified number of HQ staff

    Video: Tim Hortons laying off unspecified number of HQ staff

    CityNews reporter Amanda Ferguson speaks with experts who say they saw this coming after the company was taken over by Burger King.

  13. Woman fights to have rare chemotherapy drug covered by OHIP

    Woman fights to have rare chemotherapy drug covered by OHIP

    Wendy Andrews had a potentially fatal reaction to standard chemotherapy, but the only alternative medicine isn’t covered by OHIP.

  14. Video: Toronto Zoo & Crime Stoppers team up to stop illegal turtle trade

    Video: Toronto Zoo & Crime Stoppers team up to stop illegal turtle trade

    The Toronto Zoo and Crime Stoppers have partnered up to try to stop the illegal harvest and trade of turtles. David Forster, President of Ontario Association of Crime Stoppers, spoke during a press conference on Tuesday.

  15. Video: Canada Post unveils commemorative Nelson Mandela stamp in Toronto

    Video: Canada Post unveils commemorative Nelson Mandela stamp in Toronto

    Canada Post unveiled a special commemorative Nelson Mandela stamp at the Nelson Mandela Park Public School in Regent Park on Tuesday morning. Toronto Mayor John Tory was on hand and spoke about the former South African president.