Rochester Officers give the books to children they encounter to try and bring police and people together. Time Warner Cable News reporter Cristina Domingues spoke with leaders who said this is in line with what the city is trying to do with its new reorganization model. Updated 04:31 PM
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Finger Lakes Health Systems Agency said the growing health gap between the wealthy and the poor has widened.
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Suspect Indicted in August Jewelry Heist, Kidnapping Case
Alexander Kates, 24, along with two other co-defendants face charges of kidnapping, criminal use of a firearm and burglary. 12:44 PM
911 Deputy Director Suspended for Facebook Comments
After conducting an internal investigation, the City of Rochester announced Wednesday evening that Steve Cusenz has been suspended for five days without pay. 03/25/2015 06:05 PM
Date Set for Macedon Village Dissolution Vote
Wayne County
Wednesday night, the Macedon Village board set June 10 as the date for a special vote that could lead to the dissolution of the village of Macedon into the town of Macedon. 10:28 AM
Horse Killed in Truck Accident
Seneca County
Police said Erick Byork, 54, of Clyde, Wayne County hit the horse when it ran in front of his truck. 10:53 AM
Federal Case Moves Forward Against Brighton Man Accused of Obsessively Pursuing Children
Joseph Lamica appeared Wednesday morning in federal court. Time Warner Cable News reporter Mary McCombs has an update with child advocacy leaders, who are closely watching the case. Updated 03/25/2015 03:50 PM
Woman Pleads Not Guilty to Shooting and Killing Fiancé
Ronna Nary, a woman accused of shooting and killing Dennis Perks on Feb. 25 in Gates, pleaded not guilty Wednesday to a charge of second degree murder. Updated 03/25/2015 09:00 PM
Police Search for Armed Robbery Suspect
Police said the suspect entered a gas station around 9:45 p.m. Wednesday and robbed the clerk at gunpoint. 09:11 AM
How to Avoid a Social Media Mess
They've seen lapses in judgment on social media affect peers and lately, make local news headlines. As Time Warner Cable News reporter Seth Voorhees tells us, communications students at St. John Fisher College said these apparent failures of common sense can be easily remedied. 03/25/2015 05:08 PM
Police: Man Killed in Gunfight Shot Orleans County Deputy With Stolen Gun
Orleans County
Police said James Ellis, who was shot and killed after police said he opened fire on an Orleans County Sheriff's deputy, used a stolen handgun to shoot the deputy, who was wearing a bulletproof vest. 03/25/2015 01:20 PM
Police Identify Man Arrested Following Daytime Shooting on Upper Falls Boulevard
Police said Hermes Almodovar was one of two men arrested following a shooting Tuesday afternoon. Officers at a police station on Upper Falls Boulevard heard gunshots and found a man shot nearby. 03/25/2015 01:33 PM

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