Observer Radio News for Wednesday April 15, 2015 at 3 p.m.

Ryan Chatterjee has the latest on the plan to fix the Gardiner Expressway, Kelsey Cheng says some high school teachers in Durham could be on strike by Monday, Charlotte Pun tells us why Commander Chris Hatfield is releasing a new album, and Kei Lam wonders if Michael Buble is in the doghouse for shaming a woman on Instagram

Observer Radio News for Wednesday April 15, 2015

News with Nicole Dawe on how some Ontario high school teachers may be going on strike Monday. ISIS has taken over some more villages in Iraq, according to Victoria Sue in international news. In sports, Dannika Russell updates the Aaron Hernandez murder verdict. And in entertainment, we hear about a young Canadian actor’s struggle to make ends meet, with Ashleen Grange.

Observer Radio News for Wednesday April 15, 2015 at 1:30 p.m.

Live from East York, it’s Observer Radio News for Wednesday April 15, 2015 at 1:30 p.m.. Pat Rail tells us two people have been injured by falling debris in downtown Toronto, Marwa Sheikh on Rita Wilson’s mastectomy, and Nazaneen Baquizada on Sarah Stage’s new healthy baby. Listen here.