Rochester Jason Cortese is accused of trying to coerce a 12-year-old girl to send him nude and explicit photos of herself. Time Warner Cable News reporter Cristina Domingues has an update. Updated 04:45 PM
Both people lived in the building on West Commercial Street above Surace's Pizza and Subs, which was downstairs. The explosion Sunday destroyed both apartments and collapsed part of the building.
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The final three budget bills have been printed ahead of a vote on the state budget Tuesday. Lawmakers expect a vote by midnight, but not without compromise. Nick Reisman has more.
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Full Speed Ahead for University of Rochester's Takeover of East High School
Rochester
University president Joel Seligman updated the local business community on the plan to reform urban education. As Time Warner Cable News reporter Mike Hedeen tells us, transforming East High School will take years. 06:14 PM
Gov. Bans Publicly-Funded Non-Essential Trips to Indiana Amid Uproar
Albany
Governor Andrew Cuomo issued the ban for state employees, effective immediately, following the signing last week of a controversial religious freedom law by Indiana's governor. Critics say that law could allow businesses to discriminate based on a person's race or sexual orientation. 07:22 PM
Girl Scouts Collecting Food Donations All April
Rochester
Some 18,000 girls across Western New York are getting involved to help feed hungry families. Time Warner Cable News reporter Wendy Mills has more from Cameron Street in Rochester about the campaign to benefit the Food Bank of Western New York and Foodlink. 02:36 PM
Buffalo Native's Business Keeping Up Year After 'Shark Tank' Appearance
Rochester
After start-ups get featured on reality shows like ABC's "Shark Tank," how do they fare in the real world? Time Warner Cable News caught up with the owner of U-Lace, who hails from Buffalo and now operates in Rochester. 01:06 PM
Former Assistant District Attorney Running for State Supreme Court Justice
Rochester
Democrat Matthew Nafus announced his candidacy for the 7th Judicial District seat. That includes parts of eight counties, extending from Rochester into the Finger Lakes. Updated 03:15 PM
Congresswoman Slaughter to Seek Re-Election in 2016
Rochester
A Slaughter staffer confirms the veteran lawmaker plans on seeking a 16th term in the November 2016 election. 10:31 AM
Rochester Housing Authority Selects 7 Finalists for Executive Director
Rochester
After intensive interviews, the screening committee said it selected seven finalists for the executive director position who will now be interviewed by the full board of commissioners in April. 12:15 PM
Brighton Police: Man Struck and Killed by Amtrak Never Heard Train Coming
Brighton
Police said Garrett Magee, the man struck and killed Friday on the tracks near the Brighton-Rochester line., was walking on the tracks with headphones on and apparently never heard the train coming. Updated 03/30/2015 02:38 PM
Lawmakers: New York State Budget Has Something for Everyone
Albany
We're learning more about the state budget deal announced late Sunday night. As Nick Reisman explains, lawmakers have agreed to a spending plan that includes adopting new ethics laws, increases school aid, and makes changes to the much debated teacher evaluation process. 03/30/2015 05:15 PM
Irondequoit Bay Outlet Bridge to Close Wednesday
Irondequoit
Beginning Wednesday, the Irondequoit Bay Outlet Bridge will be closed to vehicular traffic. 11:17 AM

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