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Community members are weighing in on the proposed high-speed rail project that would go through Rochester.
Henrietta Town Supervisor Jack Moore says he has heard the voices of his residents- all of which are saying no to the idea of a casino where they live.
MCC is expanding a new program that helps local job seekers learn skills that are in high demand.
United Way kicked off is 2014 "Change The World" campaign Friday.
He knows he faces an uphill climb, but Republican gubernatorial candidate Rob Astorino believes he can beat Governor Cuomo in November.
Five friends and neighbors from Victor have taken an idea suggested at a party and turned it into their own vodka distilling company.
Mayor Lovely Warren announced Friday that Michael Ciminelli will be the city's police chief.
Researchers at UR Medicine are working to diagnose a rare form of cancer.
Antibiotics save lives, but over-prescribing can put patients in jeopardy.
Governor Andrew Cuomo's plan to offer free college education to prison inmates is facing a fight in Ontario County.
You may have seen her smile at the front door of the Canandaigua Walmart. Now Kristina Brooker is turning to her community for some help getting around.
March is Credit Education month
If you are not out celebrating, you should be- in honor of the Buffalo-style chicken wing's 50th birthday.
A group is urging us to unplug starting Friday at sundown.
The battle over the Common Core seems as if it will never stop. Teachers are temporarily happy with the bill but some parents say it is not enough.
Two female cousins who were brutally murdered inside a home on Chili Avenue were laid to rest Thursday.
A local furniture maker is using some unusual materials to build his creations.
Senator Chuck Schumer is calling for a statewide database to prevent the spread of heroin.
In Livingston County, three people are facing charges following two drug busts.
A Newark man was killed after a car crash in Seneca County.
The Obama Administration is hitting pro-Russians who took part in the Ukraine invasion with visa restrictions.
March Madness is no longer just for college basketball fans.
Back by popular demand, it's the 2nd annual "Pucks and Paws" night at the Rochester Americans game!
The SAT college entrance exam is getting a major overhaul.
A big hurdle has been cleared in the fight against Common core standards in New York.
Dr. Jeff Harp of Highland Family Medicine discussed the health benefits of nuts Thursday on News 8 at Sunrise.
Female veterans visited Nazareth College Wednesday night to talk about their experiences.
Neighbors got a chance to voice their opinions Wednesday night on a controversial project that would transform the Park Avenue neighborhood.
Firefighters were called to a home in Spencerport just before 11 p.m. Wednesday.
Angry parents upset over construction delays at School #58, World of Inquiry School, speak out at Franklin High School.
The Greece parent who alerted the school district about alleged teacher behavior speaks out.
The fifth annual "Evening for Patrick Place" will be held Saturday, March 8 at the Radisson on Jefferson Road in Henrietta.
Kevin Doran sits down with Monroe County Veterans Agency outreach coordinator Ken Moore about the upcoming Veterans Benefit Fair.
Art therapy is a tool that works for many vets.
For entrepreneurs, getting a loan is not easy. But a new micro-loan fund for small businesses in the city could soon change that.
Some major changes are on the way to help keep it on the fast track.
The Golisano Foundation is spreading the word to end the "R-word."
Tensions are easing in Ukraine, but Russian troops still occupy Crimea and do not appear to be leaving any time soon.
The man on trial for charges related to standoff in Victor last year has pleaded guilty to a weapons charge.
Republican makes it official; He's running against Cuomo.
Wegmans is bringing a new school to the Rochester Institute of Technology.
Team announced the series is on hiatus.
Many gathered at School #33 to celebrate this "ode to reading."
The Serenity House hosts a gala every year, which is their biggest fundraiser. This year, it has a roaring 20s theme, with a silent and live auction, live music and plenty of dancing!
Ash Wednesday marks the first day of Lent for many Christian churches.
Rochester has the money it needs to complete a full dredging of the Port of Rochester and Irondequoit Bay.
The family of murder victim Jeff Newland offers a $5,000 reward leading to the arrest of his killer.
Parents, teachers and community members had a chance to weight in Tuesday night on how to improve Rochester city schools.
Children Awaiting Parents celebrated Mardi Gras at Rochester's Century Club Tuesday.
A teacher resigns after photo posted online.
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