Tom Walpole, CPA joined News 8's Caroline Tucker to talk taxes for the 'Big Man in Red'.
Artistic director Lorie Dewey and actress Adell Cecconi joined Katrina Irwin on News 8 at Noon to discuss the musical Chicago.
Be a part of the athletic games for veterans and current members of the armed services.
The New York State labor Department released its latest jobs report Thursday.
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Just in time for tax season there is warning about an email scam. The sender claims to be from the IRS with details about a refund you still need to claim from last year.
Governor Andrew Cuomo delivered his State of the State address where he discussed big plans for New York State. However, Rochester wasn't mentioned once. Gov. Cuomo announced Buffalo, NY would be getting $1 billion in state funding for economic development.
A Brockport mom shares her tragic story on the dangers of distracted driving.
While many U.S. troops are coming home this holiday tens of thousands are still on the front lines serving in Afghanistan. Pizzeria Uno is hoping to send them a piece of home.
It is a big day to return those unwanted holiday gifts.
Facebook has a new tool to help prevent suicides. Facebook is teaming up with The National Suicide Prevention Center which has a Lifeline Call Center in Canandaigua. The new tool allows people to report suicidal comments posted by friends.
A Webster teenager is being held in a juvenile detention center accused of killing members of his family. Police say Michael Pilato, 15, poured gasoline throughout their house and set it on fire while his family slept. His mother, Elaine and sister, Elizabeth, 13, managed to get out. Carmen Pilato and his sons Peter, 16 and Joshua, 12, were killed.
Several Monroe County jail deputies could be in trouble. Sheriff Patrick O'Flynn expects that deputies on duty when two inmates escaped back in March will be disciplined.
Productions are December 10, 11, 17, 18.
The future of The Women's Professional Soccer League is in jeopardy.
Plans to transform Irondequoit are one step closer to becoming reality. On Monday night the community got a look at what the proposed I-Square Project would look like. Businessman Mike Nolan unveiled the plans in front of the town board.
A local school district is banning the phrase "Merry Christmas." Parents in Batavia are outraged about the policy which also prohibits Christmas and Hanukkah decoration in the classroom.
Honor Flight Rochester is celebrating 20 successful missions. The organization gives World War II Veterans, who otherwise could not make the trip, a chance to reconnect and see their monument in Washington, D.C. On Wednesday night hundreds of veterans and volunteers attended a reunion at Nazareth College to celebrate the milestone.
Lawmakers are introducing a bill in New York State to help veterans get jobs. The legislation would give employers a tax credit for hiring veterans.
The Rochester Catholic Diocese has decided to keep 6th grade classes at parish schools. It is a move that impacts hundreds of families in Monroe County.
Irondequoit Police believe they have arrested a serial rapist. Three women have come forward, but investigators believe there may be more victims out there.
Convicted killer Walter Casper is fighting charges that could put him back behind bars. Casper is accused of violating his probation by possessing fireworks and a hunting knife.
Some community advocates are calling for an independent investigation into the police shooting of a Rochester man.
State and local law enforcement agencies broke up a major drug ring in Western New York. Investigators say it was the biggest bust in more than a decade. The drugs were sold out of houses in the city, suburbs and even near schools.
The investigation into the suicide of teenager Jamey Rodemeyer could take several months to complete. Police in Buffalo are trying to determine if the cyber-bullying Rodemeyer endured before his suicide was a hate crime. The 14-year-old referred to himself as bisexual and gay.
The first of its kind indoor water park is now a short drive away. Palm Island Indoor Waterpark opens Friday in Batavia.
A 10th person has died as a result of last week's plane crash at an air show in Reno, Nevada. A Henrietta man was at the show and witnessed the crash.
Army Specialist Christopher Scott was supposed to marry the love of his life this week. The wedding would never happen. On Wednesday his fiance, Tory Oden, walked behind his flag draped casket, tears running down her face. Scott was laid to rest after a funeral service at the high school in Dundee. The 21-year-old was killed earlier this month in Afghanistan. "Chris was everything I ever needed and so much more.
Food prices could rise next year because an unseasonably hot summer damaged much of this year's corn crop. Wegmans Food Markets, which rarely passes the cost burden on to customers, has even raised the prices of some of its discount meals
Rochester Police Chief James Sheppard spoke exclusively to us about charges against an animal control officer. Officer Frederick Parkinson was arraigned Wednesday on a misdemeanor and violation. Investigators say he did not give impounded animals the proper food and water. In addition, Parkinson allegedly kept two dogs in a hot vehicle that later died.
Hundreds of people in Orleans County came together Monday night for a vigil to honor a 17-year-old killed, in what police believe, was a drunk driving accident. Terry Moyer Jr., of Medina, died Sunday afternoon from his injuries
Greece Police say a man missing for days had the weapons to hurt someone.
Ryan Weidel, 26, was arrested Wednesday morning in Greece. Police found a stun gun, airsoft gun and duct tape in his car.
Shoplifting is up across the country. However, crime is down at The Mall at Greece Ridge. The Greece Police Department played a major role in making the mall safer.
LemonAid weekend is just around the corner for the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Rochester. 55 LemonAid stands will be set up by kids in the Rochester area this weekend.
The drought this summer has damaged lawns across our area. The only thing that seems to be growing are weeds. Experts have tips to get them under control.
The Rochester Fire Department is investigating a fire at The True Gospel World Wide Ministries Church. The fire is forcing the church to cancel services it provides to the community.
Lieutenant Governor Bob Duffy says he had no idea that Paetec C.E.O. Arunas Chesonis was going to sell the company. For the past few years Paetec agreed to build its headquarters at Midtown. Duffy left his job as mayor thinking it was a done deal.
There has been another black bear sighting. For the third time this summer a bear was seen in Batavia. This time it was running through yards in a residential neighborhood.
Abby Wambach is quickly becoming a household name. Recently, she was featured in several commercial spots, was nominated for an ESPY and is a trending topic on Twitter. She is also inspiring a new generation of soccer players.
Local advocates say Darien Lake Theme Park needs to make changes to park rides to accommodate people with disabilities.