Livingston County Sheriff Tom Dougherty is working to get "Rapid Responder" technology in local schools to improve emergency responder preparedness.
Thousands of Rochester families are eligible to get double the value of their EBT spending at the Public Market- up to $20 per visit through March.
Two former West Irondequoit high school students say their principal banned them from graduation over tweets they posted.
After high profile hacks of big retailers, banks and card issuers are transitioning to a new technology- EMV microchips. But move is costly and the U.S. is playing catch up to other countries who have long beefed up financial security.
This is not your grandfather's solution to male-pattern baldness... Meet the guys putting their touch on the 3.5 billion hair loss industry-- all with the buzz of a needle.
Tucked away in the Edgerton Community Center is a model train room with a lot of history and fun for local families.
Two years after the Christmas Eve tragedy, the West Webster community gathered to remember firefighters who died in the line of duty.
Although the overall graduation rate has barely budged for Rochester City Schools, more students are graduating from summer school.
School Number 57 earned a visit from hip hop group "We Are Toonz," for reaching an attendance milestone.
A local woman is in the hospital after being attacked along Route 259. She says she is a victim of road rage.
Ted J. Morris, 22, will open Greater Works Charter High School in the fall of 2015.
Michele Millington of Mesquite, Texas has spent weeks collecting patches and mementos for a quilt in honor of Officer Daryl Pierson's. She flew to Rochester to present it Sunday morning.
City youth attend Rochester's annual Steppin' Up to Solutions Summit at Nazareth College.
Police say Matthew Champion, 30, and Treshaun Tucker, 20, were arrested last night with 198 red envelopes of heroin.
Rochester Business Alliance hosted a career fair today with opportunities across industries and skill levels. In Monroe County, middle-skill level jobs are some of the hardest to fill.
Love Hate Tattoo in Rochester applied to open a shop in the Village of Pittsford, but Pittsford's village government said no.
Education advocacy group "ROC the Future" says city schools are in dire need of improvement. The say community collaboration is key to turnaround.
Alesi has served the 55th District since 1996. It covers Perinton and much of southern and southwest Monroe County.