Fit Kids February Webisodes
Gates Ronna Nary is accused of shooting her fiancé, Dennis Perks, Wednesday evening inside a home in Gates. Time Warner Cable News reporter Cristina Domingues has an update. Updated 04:48 PM
Police and Monroe County sheriff's deputies searched the water Thursday near the Charlotte Pier for missing RIT student Max Maisel. Time Warner Cable News reporter Mike Hedeen has an update.
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Dealing with ice damming and damage to your home can be an expensive proposition. One which, as Time Warner Cable News reporter Seth Voorhees tells us, can be eased with the proper insurance.
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Brooklyn Terror Arrests Add to Fears of Growing Islamic State
New York City
Concern over the Islamic State's reach and influence is growing now that three Brooklyn men have been arrested on charges they plotted to join the terror group. Updated 01:44 PM
Republican Lawmakers Push Gov. Cuomo to Release Projected School Aid
Republicans in the state Assembly on Thursday pushed Governor Andrew Cuomo to release school aid runs so that districts can better plan their budgets and tax levies, which are due to go before voters this May. Nick Reisman has more. 09:07 PM
Albany-Area Man Accused of Using Cloned Credit Cards to Buy Expensive Jewelry
Ontario County
Police said Rakheim Scarlett of Troy tried to buy a Rolex watch and a pair of diamond earrings, worth nearly $29,000, from Mann's Jewelers at the Eastview Mall on Feb. 11. 02:49 PM
New Year Models at Rochester International Car Show
The Rochester International Car Show features new domestic, imports, hybrids, minivans and flex fuel vehicles. 06:31 AM
Two Finalists Named in Search for Fairport Superintendent
Brett Provenzano and Elizabeth Mascitti-Miller are finalists in the search for superintendent of the Fairport Central School District. 10:39 AM
Now 92, Rochester’s First Black Police Officer Reflects
30 years ago, Charles Price retired from the Rochester Police Department becoming the city's first black officer. He sat down with Time Warner Cable News reporter Jamiese Price and reflected on a time when it wasn't justice for all.
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McQuaid Jesuit Joins Transfer Rule Lawsuit
McQuaid Jesuit has joined the lawsuit to overturn amendments to the transfer rule regarding athletics. 10:53 AM
Local CEOs to Meet With Future Entrepreneurs
Chief executives will meet with students from the Young Entrepreneurs Academy to talk about the successes and failures that got them to where they are now. 04:47 AM
Jonathan Davis, Who Inspired Firefighters Across New York State, Dies from Cancer
While in the hospital with an inoperable brain tumor, Davis had one wish: patches from as many fire departments as possible. Hundreds of them were sent in after then-Lt. Governor Bob Duffy took the request to social media. 02/25/2015 09:55 PM
Rochester Students Compete for Knowledge Bowl Trophy
Teams from Monroe High School and the School Without Walls Commencement Academy will compete in the final to win a trophy for their school tonight. 04:32 AM
'Dancing Pros' to Perform in Rochester
World class dancers will take the stage at the RBTL's Auditorium Theatre this evening. 04:59 AM
Fit Kids February: Food Allergies and Children
Food allergies affect some 15 million Americans. Time Warner Cable News reporter Mary McCombs introduces us to a Brighton family managing food allergies and staying healthy. 02/25/2015 03:34 PM
Three NYC Men Arraigned for Allegedly Trying to Join Islamic State
New York City
Federal authorities in New York have taken three people into custody for allegedly plotting to travel overseas to join the terror group ISIS. Updated 02/25/2015 11:00 PM
Tractor Trailer Crashes in East Bloomfield, Truck Driver Hospitalized
Ontario County
A stretch of Routes 5 & 20 was shut down for more than three hours while crews cleaned up the wreckage and grain that had spilled. Updated 02/25/2015 04:01 PM
Rochester Police Union Reacts to Reorganization Plan
As Rochester Mayor Lovely Warren and the city's police chief prepare to move forward with a reorganization plan, the head of the police union is working to block it, for now. 02/25/2015 11:33 AM
Former Security Guard at Senior Home Accused of Stealing Jewelry
Police in Brighton said Allen Haynes was a security guard at St. John's Meadow Senior Living Center. 02/25/2015 03:56 PM
2015 Music Hall of Fame Class Announced
Music, spanning several genres, highlights the 4th annual Rochester Music Hall of Fame induction class. These latest inductees come from jazz, R&B, musical theater and rock. 02/25/2015 08:51 AM
Family of Missing RIT Student Say Pier Was Familiar Spot
The Charlotte Pier is the place where Max Maisel’s vehicle was found after Max didn’t return Sunday to his RIT campus apartment. Time Warner Cable News reporter Mike Hedeen has an update. Updated 02/25/2015 06:43 PM
Man Dies Following Shooting in Gates
Police said a man in his 60s seriously injured Wednesday evening in a shooting on Cole Avenue in Gates has died. Updated 02/25/2015 09:01 PM
Habitat for Humanity and Homebuyers to Fix Up Three Vacant Homes in Batavia
A partnership between Habitat for Humanity and the City of Batavia is opening more doors for prospective homebuyers. Time Warner Cable News reporter Rose Eiklor tells us why this should be a very generous year for the community. 02/25/2015 08:53 PM
British Pub Closed Again Thursday After Water Pipe Bursts
A pipe in the sprinkler system at The Old Toad English Pub burst around 1 a.m. Wednesday. The restaurant, kitchen and underground garage were all flooded with about an inch of water. Updated 02/25/2015 08:03 PM
Spencerport Approves Urban-Suburban Program
With a 7-0 vote, the Spencerport Central School District board of education approved the Urban-Suburan Inter-District Transfer program. Updated 02/24/2015 11:09 PM
A Notable Program at Jewish Senior Life
Time Warner Cable News reporter Seth Voorhees found out that while they're using familiar technology, "Music and Memory" isn't the same old song. 02/24/2015 09:41 PM
Former Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver Pleads Not Guilty to Corruption Charges
Embattled lawmaker Sheldon Silver pleaded not guilty in court Tuesday to charges he used his power and influence as New York State Assembly Speaker to pocket $4 million in kickbacks and bribes. Bobby Cuza has more on what Silver had to say outside court, in New York City. Updated 02/24/2015 09:30 PM
Siena Poll: Nearly All NYers Polled Say Albany Has Corruption Problem
While a majority of New Yorkers see corruption as a serious problem facing our state, even more feel an on-time budget should take precedence over ethics reform. Capital Tonight's Nick Reisman has more on a Siena College poll released Tuesday. 02/24/2015 08:00 PM
Mayor Warren Speaks With Students at Rochester Early College International High School
It was billed as a discussion of the mayor's recent State of the City address, but as Time Warner Cable News reporter Mike Hedeen tells us, it turned into much more than that. 02/24/2015 05:16 PM