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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: Former Toronto police officer convicted of making child porn sentenced to 6 years in prison

    Video: Former Toronto police officer convicted of making child porn sentenced to 6 years in prison

    Former Toronto police officer Dariusz Kisielewski who was convicted of making child pornography was sentenced to six years in prison, minus 19.5 months for time served on Tuesday. Tammie Sutherland has more from Brampton.

  2. Video: Liz Sandals appoints education consultant to conduct TSBD review

    Video: Liz Sandals appoints education consultant to conduct TSBD review

    Education Minister Liz Sandals announced that Margaret Wilson will conduct a review of the Toronto District School Board. Wilson is the former Register of the Ontario College of Teachers.

  3. Video: Ontario’s health minister on expanded mental health strategy

    Video: Ontario’s health minister on expanded mental health strategy

    The government promises $65 million this year to help people with mental health and addiction issues. Health Minister Eric Hoskins says the funding, which will grow to $83 million next year, will help reduce wait times and improve access to services.

  4. Video: Natasha Ramsahai on how strong Monday’s wind storm was in Toronto

    Video: Natasha Ramsahai on how strong Monday’s wind storm was in Toronto

    Meteorologist Natasha Ramsahai takes a look at the wind gust comparison from Monday’s wind storm in Toronto.

  5. Video: Man dies following 2-vehicle crash in Scarborough

    Video: Man dies following 2-vehicle crash in Scarborough

    One driver has died following a two-vehicle crash on Ellesmere Road in Scarborough on Monday night. The driver of the other vehicle was taken into custody. The area was closed to traffic for the police investigation but has since reopened.

  6. Business Report: BlackBerry offers iPhone users a trade

    Business Report: BlackBerry offers iPhone users a trade

    680News business editor Mike Eppel with the day’s top business headlines, including a Black Friday offer from BlackBerry to iPhone users.

  7. Morning Webcast: Ferguson flares into violence, protests after grand jury decision

    Morning Webcast: Ferguson flares into violence, protests after grand jury decision

    Ferguson protests flare into violence after no indictment in Brown death.

  8. Entertainment City: Celebrities react to Ferguson shooting grand jury decision

    Entertainment City: Celebrities react to Ferguson shooting grand jury decision

    On the national edition of Entertainment City, celebrities react after a grand jury declined to indict a police officer in the death of Michael Brown.

  9. Morning Weather Webcast: Nov. 25, 2014

    Morning Weather Webcast: Nov. 25, 2014

    A gusty wind this morning and a high of 3 C; however, the wind will make it feel like -3 C. CityNews weather specialist Frank Ferragine has the weather forecast.

  10. Streets littered with debris, Torontonians in the dark after wind storm

    Streets littered with debris, Torontonians in the dark after wind storm

    The wind warnings have ended for southern Ontario, but some people are waking up Tuesday with no power for a hot shower and downed power lines in the streets.

  11. Overnight Weather Webcast: Nov. 24, 2014

    Overnight Weather Webcast: Nov. 24, 2014

    Cloudy, less wind, and a high of 3 C for Tuesday.

  12. Video: High winds batter GTA, knocking out power and toppling trees

    Video: High winds batter GTA, knocking out power and toppling trees

    High winds are being blamed for several power outages in Toronto and the Greater Toronto Area, as the area remains under a wind warning issued by Environment Canada.

  13. Toronto Zoo facing attendance, revenue dip in 2014

    Toronto Zoo facing attendance, revenue dip in 2014

    CityNews reporter Adrian Ghobrial tries to get to the bottom of the dwindling numbers.

  14. Hackers target Toronto, Ottawa police websites

    Hackers target Toronto, Ottawa police websites

    A statement posted online says the attacks are in retaliation for what it claims are police efforts to frame an innocent teen.

  15. Video: Preparing for Pan Am gridlock

    Video: Preparing for Pan Am gridlock

    CityNews reporter Andrea Piunno speaks with drivers about the possible gridlock it could cause.