Johnson says he doesn't want to leave Buffalo
Johnson's agent says meeting today with Bills was "very productive"
The State Republican Convention will take place in Rochester March 16th.
Fellowship allows for more green research at RIT
Keita goaltends potential tying shot in final 20 seconds, but no call from refs preserves 63-61 win
Melo will miss next two games, Jones also has left team
A group of local dog trainers handed out flyers outside the Auditorium Theatre Sunday night. They oppose the methods of Cesar Millan...a trainer also known as the "Dog Whisperer." He held a seminar Sunday night inside the theatre before thousands of people.
Hal McLenon is Kodak's Worldwide Products Manager For Wireless Cameras. He talked with us Tuesday while he's at the giant Consumer Electronics show in Las Vegas while he's showing off Kodak's new cameras.
Struggling company makes move amid reports a bankruptcy filing is imminent.
Xerox Corporation is exploring the idea of adding a call center to its Webster Campus that could create 350 new jobs.
Some Gates residents were in the dark for a short time Monday evening because of a car crash.
President Obama's White House Chief of Staff is quitting.
The Ridge Road Fire District will receive $144,000 through a federal program spear-headed by New York Senator Charles Schumer.
Milder temperatures are melting the hopes of ice fishermen in the area, and putting a freeze on some winter sales for businesses who depend on them.
The Ways to Work program is being phased out in Rochester
WEBSTER, NY - Do you think your child should be taking standardized tests in school? Some critics say there should be an alternative.