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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. Fiery crash closes section of Hwy. 400

    Fiery crash closes section of Hwy. 400

    No one was seriously injured.

  2. TTC debuts new streetcar on Spadina

    TTC debuts new streetcar on Spadina

    The TTC’s new accessible, state-of-the-art streetcar made its debut on the 510 Spadina line Sunday morning.

  3. Video: Kids take in the last bit of summer before school

    Video: Kids take in the last bit of summer before school

    CityNews reporter Natalie Duddridge is at the CNE where many are getting their last taste of summer before school starts.

  4. Double stabbing downtown sends 2 to hospital

    Double stabbing downtown sends 2 to hospital

    One person is in police custody after two men were stabbed in the Gerrard and River streets area of the city on Sunday afternoon.

  5. RAW: New TTC streetcar debuts on Spadina

    RAW: New TTC streetcar debuts on Spadina

    The TTC’s new accessible, state-of-the-art streetcar made its debut on the 510 Spadina line Sunday morning.

  6. Video: Thousands flock to MTCC for day 3 of Fan Expo

    Video: Thousands flock to MTCC for day 3 of Fan Expo

    CityNews reporter Natalie Duddridge checks out the many things happening at the third day of Fan Expo Canada.

  7. Video: Man dead after St. Clair West hit-and-run

    Video: Man dead after St. Clair West hit-and-run

    It was a violent night on GTA streets for pedestrians. CityNews reporter Shauna Hunt learns more about a fatal hit-and-run on St. Clair West.

  8. Mayoral candidates’ debate focuses on issues affecting black community

    Mayoral candidates’ debate focuses on issues affecting black community

    The Diversity Advancement Network hosted a mayoral candidates’ debate Friday night that tackled some of the issues affecting Toronto’s black community, including public housing, education, transit and racial profiling.

  9. Fans flock to FanExpo

    Fans flock to FanExpo

    Plenty of comic book and sci-fi fans are taking advantage of the fact that FanExpo is in town.

  10. Surveillance video released in Sonia Varaschin murder case

    Surveillance video released in Sonia Varaschin murder case

    Police hope releasing surveillance video will help in the unsolved murder case of Sonia Varaschin, an Orangeville nurse who was found dead in Caledon on Sept. 5, 2010.

  11. CNE air show mishap

    CNE air show mishap

    It’s an end of summer tradition, but this year’s CNE air show is off to a rocky start before it even begins.

  12. St. Clair Ave. streetcars slowed by ‘glitch’

    St. Clair Ave. streetcars slowed by ‘glitch’

    A software glitch is being blamed for an increase in the time TTC commuters spend on the St. Clair Avenue streetcar.

  13. Video: Megan Nicole on new hit single ‘Electrified’

    Video: Megan Nicole on new hit single ‘Electrified’

    680News music reporter Rudy Blair spoke with pop recording artist Meagan Nicole before she performed at Family Channel’s Big Ticket Summer Concert at the Molson Canadian Amphitheatre.

  14. Video: OPP to focus on distracted driving during Labour Day long-weekend

    Video: OPP to focus on distracted driving during Labour Day long-weekend

    Chief Supt. Chuck Cox announced that the OPP will be focusing on distracted drivers during its long weekend safety blitz. In 2013, there were more deaths due to a driver’s lack of attention (86) than to alcohol or speed.

  15. Video: Outstanding suspect in ‘Project Yellowbird’ investigation surrenders to police

    Video: Outstanding suspect in ‘Project Yellowbird’ investigation surrenders to police

    On Thursday, eight people were arrested following raids in the GTA and Niagara as part of an auto and property theft case dubbed Project Yellowbird. The ninth suspect turned himself into police on Friday morning. Supt. Scott Gilber and Det. David Zajac updated the investigation.