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Coverage of the 38th Toronto International Film Festival. 680News will be at all the hot premieres, galas, red carpet events, after parties and more.

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  1. Video: Bob the sloth picks Germany to win World Cup

    Video: Bob the sloth picks Germany to win World Cup

    The Toronto Zoo’s two-toed sloth Bob picks Germany’s flag over Argentina’s while predicting the results of Sunday’s World Cup final.

  2. RAW VIDEO: Mayor Ford greeted by 2 protesters at transit announcement

    RAW VIDEO: Mayor Ford greeted by 2 protesters at transit announcement

    Two protesters, one of them shirtless, greeted Mayor Ford at the Hillcrest TTC yard.

  3. Entertainment City: Fast and Furious 7 filming wraps

    Entertainment City: Fast and Furious 7 filming wraps

    A long and emotional journey ends for the cast of the Fast and Furious franchise in today’s Entertainment City.

  4. Video: Raptors’ Vasquez to take part in Pan Am Games’ countdown festival

    Video: Raptors’ Vasquez to take part in Pan Am Games’ countdown festival

    Breakfast Television’s Frank Ferragine spoke with Vasquez about the festival and takes part in a friendly competition with the point guard.

  5. Morning Webcast: Council approves LGBT youth shelter beds, funeral for slain teacher

    Morning Webcast: Council approves LGBT youth shelter beds, funeral for slain teacher

    Rob Ford lone vote against shelter beds for LGBTQ2S youth and a funeral today for slain school teacher.

  6. Business Report: June jobs numbers, relief in EU banks, drone deliveries

    Business Report: June jobs numbers, relief in EU banks, drone deliveries

    680News senior business editor Mike Eppel with the day’s top business headlines, including a preview of the June jobs numbers from Statistics Canada and Amazon’s plans to roll-out drone deliveries.

  7. Morning Weather Webcast: July 11, 2014

    Morning Weather Webcast: July 11, 2014

    Highs of 24 C under mainly clear skies and light wind, warming up for Saturday and rain on Sunday.

  8. ‘I’m spendaphobic, not homophobic’: Mayor Ford

    ‘I’m spendaphobic, not homophobic’: Mayor Ford

    Ford was the lone vote against a proposal for LGBT homeless shelter.

  9. 3 students from Etobicoke high school graduate with perfect grades

    3 students from Etobicoke high school graduate with perfect grades

    CityNews reporter Keeley Rogers introduces us to the Toronto District Catholic School Board’s top scholars.

  10. Construction to close intersection of Dundas, Spadina for weeks

    Construction to close intersection of Dundas, Spadina for weeks

    Starting on Monday, city crews will dig up the intersection of Dundas Street West and Spadina Avenue to replace a watermain, and the TTC will follow with an upgrade of its tracks and switches.

  11. Alec Baldwin to star in TV show based on Rob Ford, report says

    Alec Baldwin to star in TV show based on Rob Ford, report says

    According to Deadline.com, Alec Baldwin is developing a new TV show “in which he would play the central character, a Rob Ford-type Mayor of New York City.”

  12. Pan Am Athletes’ Village to revitalize West Don Lands

    Pan Am Athletes’ Village to revitalize West Don Lands

    CityNews reporter Roshni Murthy takes a look at some impressive plans that will transform the West Don Lands.

  13. Alleged impaired driver behind 7-vehicle Vaughan crash

    Alleged impaired driver behind 7-vehicle Vaughan crash

    A 21-year-old man, who was airlifted to a Toronto hospital, is suspected of being impaired when his vehicle lost control and caused a multi-vehicle crash that injured seven others on Thursday morning.

  14. Entertainment City: O’Donnell back on The View & a record Emmy nomination

    Entertainment City: O’Donnell back on The View & a record Emmy nomination

    Rosie O’Donnell to return to The View for season 18 & Justin Bieber’s Toronto-born guitarist speaks out.

  15. Business report: Most-expensive cities, BLT prices soar & new Barbie hits shelves

    Business report: Most-expensive cities, BLT prices soar & new Barbie hits shelves

    The world’s most-expensive cities to live, why you’re paying more than ever for a BLT sandwich & the newest Barbie hits toy-store shelves