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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. Morning Weather Webcast: Nov. 19, 2014

    Morning Weather Webcast: Nov. 19, 2014

    A cold morning with a wind chill of -17. Mid-morning cloud and around two to five centimetres of snow for the late-afternoon, and a high of -2 C. CityNews weather specialist Frank Ferragine has the weather forecast.

  2. Video: 1 dead in Highway 400 crash

    Video: 1 dead in Highway 400 crash

    CityNews reporter Anna Vlachos speaks with OPP Sgt. Kerry Schmidt for the latest.

  3. NDP says education funding cuts could mean school closures

    NDP says education funding cuts could mean school closures

    CityNews reporter Anna Vlachos has more.

  4. Ex-Toronto pastor’s murder trial hears chilling 911 call

    Ex-Toronto pastor’s murder trial hears chilling 911 call

    Philip Grandine is accused of drowning Anna Karissa Grandine, 29, who was five months pregnant, in their Scarborough home in October 2011.

  5. Ex-Toronto pastor’s murder trial hears chilling 911 call

    Ex-Toronto pastor’s murder trial hears chilling 911 call

    Philip Grandine is accused of drowning Anna Karissa Grandine, 29, who was five months pregnant, in their Scarborough home in October 2011.

  6. Winter hammers western New York

    Winter hammers western New York

    An early blast of winter hammered western New York with more than 120 centimetres of snow on Tuesday.

  7. Man faces drug trafficking charge after Liberty Village condo blast

    Man faces drug trafficking charge after Liberty Village condo blast

    A man faces a drug trafficking charge a day after a powerful explosion occurred in a Liberty Village condo. The Ontario fire marshal’s office is still investigating whether the suite was being used as a drug lab.

  8. City seeks to shut down Uber’s Toronto operations

    City seeks to shut down Uber’s Toronto operations

    CityNews reporter Adrian Ghobrial has more on the legal action the city has taken and the possible consequences.

  9. Video: Toronto police launch website to reunite stolen items with owners

    Video: Toronto police launch website to reunite stolen items with owners

    Toronto police have launched a website specifically for the thousands of items recovered from Project Yellowbird, which led to arrests of nine suspects last August. The investigation focused on break-ins in 22, 32 and 53 divisions which include Etobicoke, mid-town Toronto and North York. Police raids were also carried out in York Region and Niagara on Aug. 28. Det. David Zajac spoke about how victims can search for their items online.

  10. RAW: Measha Brueggergosman on new Christmas album, motherhood

    RAW: Measha Brueggergosman on new Christmas album, motherhood

    Measha Brueggergosman will be performing at Hugh’s Room in Toronto on Wednesday. She sat down with Entertainment City to talk about her new Christmas album, motherhood and family holiday traditions.

  11. Video: Toronto seeking court injunction to stop Uber services

    Video: Toronto seeking court injunction to stop Uber services

    The City of Toronto says Uber is jeopardizing public safety and has filed a court injunction to halt all Uber operations in the city. Tracey Cook, Executive Director, Municipal Licensing and Standards, Toronto, spoke about the decision.

  12. Video: Resident reacts to Liberty Village condo explosion

    Video: Resident reacts to Liberty Village condo explosion

    An explosion occurred in the kitchen area of a Liberty Village condo unit on Monday evening. The man injured in the explosion is now in police custody. Neighbour Mike Kindrat spoke about the incident.

  13. Entertainment City: The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1 LA premiere

    Entertainment City: The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1 LA premiere

    On the national edition of Entertainment City, we’ve got all of the glamour from last night’s The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1 premiere from Los Angeles.

  14. Morning Webcast: State of emergency in Ferguson, Buffalo walloped by snow

    Morning Webcast: State of emergency in Ferguson, Buffalo walloped by snow

    A state of emergency is declared in Ferguson, MO. ahead of grand jury decision on whether to indict officer in shooting death of unarmed teenager Michael Brown. And Buffalo is hit by an isolated snow storm more than a month before the official start of winter.

  15. Business Report: Cold drives up natural gas prices, Tokyo stocks rally

    Business Report: Cold drives up natural gas prices, Tokyo stocks rally

    680News senior business editor Mike Eppel with the day’s top business headlines, including natural gas prices going up as temperatures go down.