A doctor in New York City has tested positive for Ebola.
Some workers at the Rochester City School District are rallying for higher wages and fewer cuts.
The Special Olympics has special ties to upstate New York.
A study hall monitor in York has been accused of giving alcohol to her underage students.
According to investigators, people are going door-to-door in Greece selling "Around the Town" books for a Holmes Road School fundraiser that doesn't exist.
In what may be the city's first case, a physician who recently had worked in West Africa has been hospitalized.
Husband of Spanish nursing assistant who beat virus says his wife now knows authorities killed their dog Excalibur.
Pennsylvania resident who resembles fugitive worries the next officer to stop him is "going to shoot first and ask questions later"
Sen. Richard Blumenthal says limiting recalls of cars with faulty air bags to only certain locations is "completely senseless and arbitrary"
Benefit concert featuring Lou Gramm.
A local food manufacturing plant is taking big steps to help the environment.
The event lasts until October 30th.
Black Oak Wind Farm is looking for potential investors in Rochester.
Not just a minor annoyance, the virus could play a role in something much more serious.
Study shows body's absorption of the chemical rises dramatically from touching the receipts.
"Can you ever explain something like this?" says mother of man identified as gunman who fatally shot soldier, wounded 2 others.
Employers report that workers are getting creative -- and sometimes pretty ridiculous -- when calling out for the day.
While Colorado is the first state to fully legalize marijuana, Denver Broncos players are banned from using the drug.
Many questions remain unanswered in wake of deadly attack in Ottawa, but new information suggests suspect may have reached out to terror groups.
Your GRE Business Report for 10/23/14.