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This scanning electron micrograph (SEM) depicts a number of Ebola virions. GETTY IMAGES/Media For Medical.

CDC confirms 1st case of Ebola in U.S.


The CDC says the adult patient developed symptoms days after returning to Texas from West Africa.

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Local News

1 dead after stabbing near Eglinton and Dufferin

| Toronto Staff

Paramedics are searching the area for a possible second victim.

Doug Ford, Olivia Chow and John Tory face off at Yonge Bloor Bay Business Association debate, Sept. 30, 2014. 680NEWS/Momin Qureshi

Local News

Ford and Tory battle over budget at latest mayoral debate

| Christine Chubb and Momin Qureshi

Among the heated topics were the land transfer tax, transit and the budget.

Police identified Jorge Interiano, pictured, as the victim of a severe beating in the Bloor Street West and Ossington Avenue area of Toronto on Saturday morning. HANDOUT

Local News

2 charged in Bloor & Ossington beating death

| Toronto Staff

Ronny Pulido, 29, and Gabriel Cameron, 22, both of Toronto, have been charged with second-degree murder. Video


Local News

Ford launches radio attack ads painting Tory as perennial loser

| Michael Talbot

Ford was quick to defend the ads and instead accused Tory of the more egregious mudslinging. Video (6)

Police at the scene after a pedestrian was struck and killed in Brampton. CITYNEWS.

Local News

Pedestrian struck and killed by vehicle in Brampton

| Toronto Staff

Police say the pedestrian was pronounced dead at the scene.

A Nigerian port health official wears protective gear at the arrivals hall of Murtala Muhammed International Airport in Lagos, Nigeria, on Aug. 6, 2014. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS/Sunday Alamba

Health International Life

Health ministers reassure Canadians about Ebola after U.S. case

| The Canadian Press

Ebola is believed to have sickened more than 6,500 people in West Africa.

Pajamas for three-month-old girls and boys are seen at a Target store in Waterloo, Ont., Sept. 28, 2014. THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO-Christine Logel

Local News

‘Sexist’ baby PJs Target of Twitter outcry after prof posts photograph

| Colin Perkel, The Canadian Press

The photograph was taken on the weekend at a Waterloo target store. (4)

St. Clair streetcar

Local News

Pedestrian dies after being struck by streetcar near Keele & St. Clair

| Christine Chubb

Paramedics tried to revive the woman but she was pronounced dead at the scene.

Prime Minister Stephen Harper


Harper signals Iraq combat mission proposal coming to the Commons

| Murray Brewster, The Canadian Press

Harper says no decision has yet been made, but the government "will come to the House of Commons with a proposal" that will be the subject of a debate and vote.

Mud on TTC tracks

Local News

Metrolinx confirms its work at new GO station led to TTC suspension

| Amanda Ferguson

The debris caused a suspension that began during rush hour. (1)

TTC riders waiting for shuttle buses at Keele subway station. CITYNEWS/Peter Dworschak

Local News

Subway service resumes on Bloor line

| Toronto staff

Service resumed around 3 p.m. (2)

David Ralph Cole, 77, (left) and James Brian Wickens, 68 (right). Toronto police.

Local News

Former Sheridan College dept. head among 2 men charged with historical sex assaults

| Toronto Staff

Police say the suspects acted both together and individually over the last three decades.

Bowmanville Zoo lion cubs need name

Local News

Bowmanville Zoo bows to public pressure, ends declawing policy for big cats

| Toronto staff and Audra Brown

The zoo says they will not declaw any of the lion cubs and will not declaw any big cats in the future. Video

Luka Magnotta is shown in a photo from the website www.luka-magnotta.com.

Local News National

List of prominent not criminally responsible cases

| The Canadian Press

Here are some cases in which there was a finding of not criminally responsible or such a finding was sought.

Scarborough double shooting leaves 1 man dead

Local News

Police release security video in Scarborough pizza parlour double shooting

| Toronto staff

Abdul Monir, 31, died on Sept. 14. He was the city's 35th homicide.

The Tragically Hip at the Juno Awards on April 3, 2005, in Winnipeg, MB. ABACA/Lionel Hahn.

Local News Sports

Tragically Hip to headline NHL launch event at Yonge-Dundas

| Sportsnet staff

The puck drops between the Toronto Maple Leafs and Montreal Canadiens game on Oct. 8.

Union Station Toronto

Local News

New GO bus terminal at Union Station to link to transit hub

| Mark Douglas and Toronto staff

Construction on the $2-billion project is expected to start in spring 2015 and be completed by 2018. (1)

Exteriors of Air Canada Centre and the entrance to Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment. THE GLOBE AND MAIL/Fred Lum

Local News

Maple Leaf Square will not be renamed Ford Square

| Toronto staff

MLSE officially announced the new name Tuesday. (1)

Toronto police at the scene following a stabbing near Markham and Ellesmere roads on Sept. 30, 2014. CITYNEWS/Bert Dandy

Local News

2 suspects arrested in Markham & Ellesmere stabbing

| Toronto staff

A man was stabbed in the back just after midnight on Tuesday.

Sunrise Records' flagship store at 336 Yonge St., near Dundas Street East, on Sept. 30, 2014. CITYNEWS

Local News

Sunrise Records preparing to close 2 Yonge locations by mid-November

| Toronto staff

The flagship store near Dundas Street East, and its nearby location at Bloor Street West, are slated to close Nov. 15. Video