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The Newark Police Department is investigating an overnight shooting of a mother and her son.
A fundraiser was held Saturday for Molly Little, who was diagnosed with a brain tumor in July.
The city's largest homeless encampment was officially shut down Saturday.
The Foreigner vocalist performed a short set at the Great House of Guitars.
Knucklehead Craft Brewing opened its doors to the public Saturday.
The market features local vendors, in-store tastings, and plenty of merchandise for sale.
Police say seven of the children are believed to be the woman's own.
Baby Zoe's mom and dad were traveling on Rt. 490 when she decided it was time to be born.
An anonymous donor gave a unique gift to the charity, and it's worth thousands of dollars.
Here's a look at what's happening Around town.
Today, President Obama held his end-of-the-year news conference in the briefing room.
David Struble, 51, was convicted in 2003 for for attempted sexual abuse.
Khaleef Reed faces 25 years to life in prison.
He will perform at the Rochester Auditorium Theatre on January 20th at 7 pm.
Some customers will see a rate increase in January.
An early morning house fire claimed one person's life and sent another to the hospital.
Victims of the crash suffered minor injures; police say speed was a factor.
It's now up to the state to approve the plan.
Cedric Alexander was chief of the R.P.D. from 2002 to 2005.
Sources describe elaborate route Pyongyang might have used to hide its involvement.
Police say the buses had their windshields damaged by what looks to be small pellets.
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Dignitaries from across the state revel in state's selection of Tyre for one of three casinos.
Providers NYSEG and RG&E are helping reduce energy use in apartment buildings in our area.
President Obama's decision to re-establish diplomatic relations with Cuba has some lawmakers livid
Gates police "newscast," dogs and cats dine and smartwatch parks your car!