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On the Mic with Rudy Blair is hosted by 680News' award-winning music reporter Rudy Blair, alongside co-host Rogers TV's Liz Stembridge. It features interviews with today's biggest music stars and also focuses on Toronto's music scene.

The show airs Tuesdays on Rogers TV Toronto.

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  1. New parking signs causing confusion in downtown Toronto

    New parking signs causing confusion in downtown Toronto

    CityNews reporter Adrian Ghobrial previews his story on new motorcycle and scooter parking signs popping up across the downtown.

  2. Morning Weather Webcast: Oct. 31, 2014

    Morning Weather Webcast: Oct. 31, 2014

    Light rain today, cold north winds tonight, and a high of 8 C.

  3. Morning Webcast: Police make arrest in Etobicoke prowler case

    Morning Webcast: Police make arrest in Etobicoke prowler case

    A 32-year-old man faces 90 charges in connection with a string of sex assaults & break-and-enters in the west end.

  4. Toronto Star reporter Kevin Donovan on Jian Ghomeshi investigation

    Toronto Star reporter Kevin Donovan on Jian Ghomeshi investigation

    Kevin Frankish talks to Toronto Star reporter Kevin Donovan about the newspaper’s ongoing investigation into assault allegations against Jian Ghomeshi.

  5. Ford tells newspaper his tumour isn’t responding to treatment

    Ford tells newspaper his tumour isn’t responding to treatment

    Ford told The Toronto Sun that after two rounds of chemotherapy his tumour is the exact same size.

  6. Parents express concerns about revealing Halloween costumes for teens

    Parents express concerns about revealing Halloween costumes for teens

    CityNews reporter Stella Acquisto speaks to parents frustrated by the slew of sexy costumes.

  7. Rogers & Vice Media launch Toronto production facility & new TV network

    Rogers & Vice Media launch Toronto production facility & new TV network

    Rogers Communications and Vice Media are teaming up to create a new Toronto-based production facility and TV network that will bring Canadian-focus to Vice’s gritty youth-focused journalism.

  8. Majority of Pickering residents vote in favour of casino

    Majority of Pickering residents vote in favour of casino

    A casino would create about 15,000 jobs and bring in about $20 million every year.

  9. Ghomeshi and Navigator PR firm part ways

    Ghomeshi and Navigator PR firm part ways

    Just days after retaining Navigator Ltd., Jian Ghomeshi and his PR firm parted ways on Thursday. Meanwhile, Toronto’s police chief Bill Blair encouraged the ex-CBC radio host’s alleged victims to come forward.

  10. EXCLUSIVE: Witness recalls final moments with after-hours murder victim

    EXCLUSIVE: Witness recalls final moments with after-hours murder victim

    Andrew Surage, 47, was shot dead during a robbery outside the bar on Weston Road, north of St. Clair Avenue West on Oct. 5. He was the city’s 42nd homicide victim.

  11. Harper unveils income splitting for Canadian families

    Harper unveils income splitting for Canadian families

    The Conservatives made the income-splitting promise during the 2011 election campaign, but it was contingent on the federal books being balanced.

  12. TTC bus driver running a red light caught on camera

    TTC bus driver running a red light caught on camera

    A TTC bus running a red light at Lake Shore and Superior was recently caught on a dash cam; the driver has been disciplined a spokesman said, though he declined to disclose the punishment.

  13. Dump truck accidents raise truck safety issue

    Dump truck accidents raise truck safety issue

    Two recent dump truck accidents on Highway 400 and the Don Valley Parkway this week have raised the issue of truck safety.

  14. Business Report: Richard Southern breaks down income splitting

    Business Report: Richard Southern breaks down income splitting

    680News business editor Richard Southern has more on Thursday’s top headlines.

  15. Video: Chief Blair says no alleged Ghomeshi victims have come forward

    Video: Chief Blair says no alleged Ghomeshi victims have come forward

    Police Chief Bill Blair says no alleged victims of former CBC radio host Jian Ghomeshi have come forward to police. He also encouraged anyone who feels they’ve been victimized to file a complaint.