EXCLUSIVE: Patient data exposed at two Toronto hospitals | 680 News & CityNews Toronto
Issues that matter to Millennials in this election | CityNews Toronto
In this report, CityNews Intern Bobby Hristova uses his iPhone to take you on his daily commute and how it impacts the provincial election.
My internship at CityNews | Bobby Hristova
Bobby takes you along with him during his internship at CityNews Toronto.
University of Toronto guides girls towards tech future | Observer TV News
The University of Toronto teamed up with Math in Motion, Girls in Gear to empower girls to take on careers in the STEM field.
Measles virus | 680 News | March 10, 2019
A case of measles could be making its way through the GTA. Health officials say anyone making their way through Pearson airport late last month could've contracted the virus.
680's Bobby Hristova reports.
Toronto van attack breaking coverage | The Quad/Observer Radio News | April 23, 2018
A white Ryder rental van zoomed down Yonge Street in the north of Toronto just after the lunch hour, striking multiple people near Finch Avenue. Observer Radio News' Bobby Hristova breaks the news on-air.
Toronto's first feline food drive | Observer Radio News story | March 12, 2018
For the first time, the city of Toronto’s animal services is hosting a food drive for felines — but it’s not for everyone’s cats. Observer Radio News’ Bobby Hristova reports.
GM expected to announce closure of Oshawa plant | 680 News | Nov. 25, 2018
General Motors is expected to announce the closure of their Oshawa plant. 680's Bobby Hristova spoke with Oshawa Mayor John Henry and Tony Leah, an employee who worked at the plant for almost 40 years.
A Day in the Life of a Comedian with JJ Liberman
Journalist Bobby Hristova followed Toronto-based comedian JJ Liberman over a one month span, to learn about the lives of the people behind the laughter in a photo essay/mini-doc. JJ Liberman has been a comedian for five years. He discusses the nature of comedy and his own experiences. Warning: strong language