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The Syracuse Orange will tipoff with Western Michigan Thursday afternoon to begin NCAA Tournament play at approximately 2:40pm from Buffalo's First Niagara Center. The game can be seen on CBS Sports and WROC-TV.
Less than a year ago Erica Natalie was graduating from Webster Thomas High School. She took on a big challenge, joining one of the toughest forces in the military.
Police ordered an extensive search party Saturday for a missing 37 year-old Geneseo woman.
Prom season is on its way and a local organization is working it's magic to make it special for those in need.
Residents in the Highland Park neighborhood are expressing their concerns after Highland Hospital purchased a house on Bellvue Street.
Senator Charles Schumer announced Sunday legislation to close the gaping loophole in global aviation security revealed by the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 a week ago.
Anyone who adopts a cat or dog from the city of Rochester animal services can try their luck for a St. Patrick's Day special.
The Make-A-Wish Foundation grants about 70 wishes per year in the Rochester region and Saturday night, Rochester got a chance to give back.
Some people spend Saturday celebrating Irish heritage in a different way.
A cold day for a parade is a fine day for ice skating and plenty of people did just that at the Dr. Martin Luther King Memorial Park ice rink at Manhattan Square Park Saturday.
A sea of green covered downtown Rochester on Saturday for the 37th Annual St. Patrick's Day Parade.
Saturday's festivities kicked off with an Irish flag raising ceremony at the County Office Building.
Federal payments for care at Blossom South Nursing and Rehabilitation Center ended Saturday but the facility remains open until all of the patients can be placed at other sites.
Enjoy the sights and sounds from the 2014 St. Patrick's Day Parade.
A 29 year-old man was hospitalized after being stabbed at a party early Saturday.
A local boy is taking the time to teach others about his rare diagnosis.
Peggy Penders with the Better Business Bureau talks about the latest scams and how you can protect yourself.
Business owners are seeing green as they prepare for the busiest day of the year.
The dictionary defines "happy" as a feeling of enjoyment or pleasure in life. We followed a local artist trying to capture that feeling on camera.
Former Buffalo Bills player Jim Kelly has cancer again.
A boil advisory is now in effect for all Genesee County residents due to possible contamination.
A Henrietta restaurant worker has pleaded guilty to killing his own brother.
The road functions like a highway. The city wants to make it a road again.
City workers are getting ready for Saturday's St. Patrick's Day parade.
Sesame Street Live "Can't Stop Singing" stars Elmo and Cookie Monster stopped by the News 8 studios Friday at Noon.
Secretary of State John Kerry is in London for talks with Russia's Foreign Minister about the crisis in Ukraine.
A week into the search for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 and there are more questions than answers.
The man shot by a sheriff's deputy after a robbery in Pittsford was arraigned in court Friday.
Rochester based Capstone Information Technologies has been honored by Nine Lives Media as one of the world's top managed service providers.
The House of Mercy says it may have found a new place to house Rochester's homeless population.
The town of Irondequoit is looking to take Bersin Properties to court over code violations it says he has not fixed.
You could be a part of redeveloping the Midtown site in Rochester.
John Casey grew up in Hornell, New York as one of nine children. He served his country in the U.S. Army and later pursued a career at the Rochester Telephone Company.
There are only five days before Hilton voters head to the polls in the race for mayor, which is catching a lot of people's attention.
East Avenue is a white winter wonderland, but soon it will be covered with green.
There will be some temporary RTS bus route adjustments for the parade.
Consultant finds friction between the principal and teachers, student behavior problems, and issues with the extended day program.
A man died after crashing his snowmobile in Wyoming County.
Democrats in the Monroe County Legislature say county employees should not be allowed to work for local development corporations.
The University of Rochester is getting some big bucks for HIV research.
This winter has not been kind for the sugar making community, and the latest storm does not help.
Pope Francis is celebrating a big milestone day.
A nationally recognized used car dealership is setting up shop in Henrietta.
Rochester General Health System unveiled a new surgical center.
President Obama is planning to use Executive Authority to get more overtime for millions of workers.
The bodies of seven people have been removed from the ruins of two buildings flattened by a gas explosion in New York City Wednesday.
Move your car. Make way for plows.
Now through St. Patrick's Day, you're urged to bring non-perishable food donations to your favorite local pub or restaurant, to benefit local food cupboards.
The 2014 First Niagara Rochester Fringe Festival is accepting submissions through midnight on April 16.
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