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  1. Leighton Hay, centre, stands next to his lawyer James Lockyer outside the University Avenue courthouse in Toronto on Nov. 28, 2014. CITYNEWS/Marianne Boucher
    RAW: Leighton Hay’s lawyers speak after client cleared of murder

    RAW: Leighton Hay’s lawyers speak after client cleared of murder

    Lawyers James Lockyer and Phillip Campbell spoke to the media after Leighton Hay walked out of a Toronto court a free man after spending 12 years in prison.

  2. RAW: Doug Ford talks about ‘dual mayor situation’

    RAW: Doug Ford talks about ‘dual mayor situation’

    Doug Ford spoke with the media at city hall on Friday about Toronto’s future and what role his brother Rob will play.

  3. Leighton Hay leaves Toronto courtroom after murder charges dropped

    Leighton Hay leaves Toronto courtroom after murder charges dropped

    The Crown has dropped a murder charge against Leighton Hay of Toronto, who was serving a life sentence for killing Colin Moore, 51, in July 2002.

  4. Leighton Hay’s father comments on withdrawal of murder charge

    Leighton Hay’s father comments on withdrawal of murder charge

    Lascelles Hay talks to reporters outside the University Avenue courtroom in Toronto after learning the murder charges against his son, Leighton Hay, had been dropped after more than 12 years in prison.

  5. Morning Webcast: Tractor-trailer rollover snarls traffic on QEW

    Morning Webcast: Tractor-trailer rollover snarls traffic on QEW

    A tractor-trailer rolled over on the QEW near Trafalgar Road in Oakville on Friday morning.

  6. Morning Weather Webcast: Nov. 28, 2014

    Morning Weather Webcast: Nov. 28, 2014

    A cold morning, warming to a high of -2 C which will feel like -8 with the wind. Increasing cloud in the afternoon and flurries in the evening.

  7. City orders wheelchair ramp removed from downtown restaurant

    City orders wheelchair ramp removed from downtown restaurant

    CityNews reporter Tracy Tong with why the city objects to the ramp at Signs restaurant near Yonge and Wellesley.

  8. Drivers rejoice as gas prices continue to plunge

    Drivers rejoice as gas prices continue to plunge

    CityNews reporter Andrea Piunno with what’s behind the drop in prices, and how the economy will be affected.

  9. Food colouring spill turns north Toronto creek green

    Food colouring spill turns north Toronto creek green

    CityNews reporter Adrian Ghobrial got to the bottom of Berry Creek’s sudden strange hue.

  10. Leafs players pay visit to SickKids

    Leafs players pay visit to SickKids

    Children at SickKids Hospital got a chance to meet players from the Toronto Maple Leafs on Thursday, part of a decades-old tradition.

  11. What’s next in Jian Ghomeshi’s legal battle

    What’s next in Jian Ghomeshi’s legal battle

    Former CBC Radio host Jian Ghomeshi surrendered to police on Wednesday to be charged with sex crimes and released on bail.

  12. John Tory believes transit in Toronto in crisis

    John Tory believes transit in Toronto in crisis

    Mayor-elect John Tory provided an update on the state of Toronto on Thursday that touched on something many transit riders already know — the TTC is in a sorry state.

  13. Mayor-elect John Tory paints bleak picture of housing in Toronto

    Mayor-elect John Tory paints bleak picture of housing in Toronto

    On Thursday, mayor-elect John Tory provided an update on the state of Toronto and brought up the dire conditions at Toronto Community Housing.

  14. Lyme-carrying ticks found in Rouge Valley

    Lyme-carrying ticks found in Rouge Valley

    CityNews reporter Tracy Tong has more on the discovery and its potential health implications.

  15. Crown accuses Husbands of seeking revenge in Eaton Centre shooting

    Crown accuses Husbands of seeking revenge in Eaton Centre shooting

    Husbands has pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder in the food court shooting that shocked the city.