A follow up on a story we brought you last night.
Two major players in helping homeowners have teamed up into one organization.
Here in Rochester--protesters are rallying against an attack on Syria.
As the high school football season kicks off - so does a renewed focus on safety. The number of high school athletes who suffer from head injuries each year, continues to grow.
Link to more info on the State Fair
A Victor family that suffered the devastating loss of a child is helping other families with critically ill children.
Rochester Animal Services is just one of dozens of agencies across the country playing in the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals' $100K Challenge.
Teen drivers will now need more on-the-road experience before getting their license.
Have your camera ready this Sunday around 11 a.m. Whatever you're doing, take a picture and be a part of a worldwide project.
Many young adults have been on Facebook for years. They may not seem to care who's looking in. Turns out, they are concerned - almost as much as their parents.
People in 5 states all saw the same thing. A fireball... then a massive sonic boom.
The new Safety Center is geared toward teens, parents, police and teachers.
Put the words free and IKEA together and what do you get? Thousands of people unknowingly giving out personal information in a matter of hours.
Tiger Woods is not only back on the golf course, hes back as an endorser.
Click on the video to meet some of the participants who are turning the rink pink next weekend.
It's April 1st, a big day for pranks in the newsroom.
As you anxiously await your tax refund, scammers are looking for any opportunity to step in and clean you out.
GMail is thinking more like a credit card company and always looking for weird activity with your account.
So far, it looks like a lot of people are putting it off.
You want to cut through all the details and get to the basics.
Google has set up a web page where you can nominate your community.
Local winners get a chance to win pizza for a year from Mark's Pizzeria and a 42" LCD TV sponsored by Turf Line fertilizer.
We share a lot on the internet. That's the point of websites like Facebook and Twitter but could you share too much?
It's been nice out for the past couple of days and you may want to break out the bicycle.
It's finally nice outside and maybe one of your resolutions this year was to start going green. One website you'll want to check out before you start is Green Monroe.
Many of us pay bills and do taxes online. But to stand up and be counted, we have to reach for a pen.
One of the best things about Twitter is getting to know what goes on inside celebrities' heads.
"I'm an Olympic athlete. Let's get moving! "
There are a lot of questions for loved ones watching the news in Chile. The most important: Are their relatives okay?
It was a nasty piece of spam that made the rounds on Facebook Monday morning.
$79,000 - that's what's needed to build the home at 278 Campbell Street in the Josana neighborhood.
Too fat to fly.
That's how Southwest Airlines originally described Hollywood director and actor Kevin Smith.
Pop up ads have given way to more annoying things on the Internet; from games your friends are bugging you to play to annoying green-colored words in your news articles.
The website is a call to action on airline safety and a place to remember all 50 victims of Flight 3407.
Videos of underage drinking, blood-and-guts violence and pornography are not allowed on YouTube. However, not everything here is rated PG. Now it's easier for parents to make YouTube kid-safe
Olympic athletes hold themselves to the highest of standards: on the ice, on the slopes and now online.
Most Super Bowl ads this year tried to get you to laugh out loud.
A flood of new commercials are about to hit the airwaves. You can pick the winners and losers from Super Bowl weekend.
New moms and dads need all the help they can get. With that in mind, text4baby was born.
Attorney General Andrew Cuomo says that the e-STOP Act, Electronic Securing and Targeting of Online Predators law, has resulted in the removal of accounts associated with at least 4,336 registered sex offenders from major social networking Web sites.