There's a debate over tax breaks for the Walmart in Geneseo.
A unique partnership between Finger Lakes Community College and manufacturer G.W. Lisk of Clifton Springs is helping fill in-demand, good paying, high tech jobs.
The building has sat vacant for 30 years.
With less than a week away, the excitement is building for this year's Boston Marathon. A group of local runners have been training for months, and one of them is no stranger to a marathon.
It's almost time for the Easter Bunny to deliver his tasty treats, but this year it's not just going to be the kids getting the sweet end of the deal, retailers will also see a huge boost in business.
Local researchers will study possible treatments for an often undetected but fatal heart condition.
The Rochester Knigthawks are teaming up with the Badge of Honor Association and the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation for the first ever First Responders Night on Saturday.
The 2nd Chance Dog Rescue is holding their 3rd annual K-9 Easter Egg Hunt this weekend in Waterloo.
They hope this verdict sends a strong message.
COMIDA votes to rescind tax breaks, take legal action, if mall owner doesn't pay up.
Crime victims got the help they needed to get back on the road.
Tuesday marks an important deadline for local gun owners.
Singer and songwriter Mary McPartlan tells the tales of six legends of Irish Folk Music in a presentation at St. John Fisher College.
Fleet Feet's Culver Road Armory location is dedicating today to Rochester-area runners competing in the 2014 Boston Marathon, and also remembering the victims from the 2013 bombing.
Sunday's shooting at a Jewish Community Center in Kansas City draws local reaction from those celebrating Passover.
65 people overdosed on heroin in Monroe County, more than double the year before. Now NY is responding to the rise of heroin deaths.
Six Main Street bus shelters will be repurposed or removed.
A man with a long history of racism and anti-semitism is due in court Monday afternoon.
School officials in Monroe County are looking to spark more involvement in public schools in the area.
They are paralyzed or have impairment in all four limbs, but one thing these wheelchair-bound athletes are not are quitters.