Albany State lawmakers left Albany for the week after working late into the early morning hours to pass a budget. As Nick Reisman reports that technically made the budget late. 05:30 PM
Livingston County now has a safe, monitored place for people to complete online transactions in person, without worrying if they're being set up for a crime. Time Warner Cable News reporter Mike Hedeen shows us how the sheriff's office is taking the risk out of the secondhand business.
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A police officer on patrol spotted smoke around 1:30 p.m. Tuesday and alerted fire crews to a home on Alexander Street in Rochester.
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Letchworth State Park Voted USA's Best State Park
Wyoming County
All of the ballots have been counted and Letchworth, known as the Grand Canyon of the East, was voted number one in the 2015 USA Today Readers' choice award for best state park. 01:04 PM
Music Lineup for Lilac Festival Announced
Headliners, including Blues Traveler and Rusted Root, will take to the newly-named Sahlen's Music Stage during the festival, which will take place from May 8 - 17 at Rochester's Highland Park. 06:49 PM
Gus Macker Will Not Be Coming to Darien Lake This Summer
According to the theme park's general manager, due to timing difficulties, Darien Lake will not be hosting the 3-on-3 basketball tournament, but the theme park is looking forward to exploring future possibilities. 06:49 PM
Trout Season Opens with Fishing Derby at Powder Mills Park in Pittsford
Hundreds of people lined the banks of Irondequoit Creek during the annual Riedman Opening Day Trout Derby, but as Time Warner Cable News reporter Seth Voorhees shows us, the real lure was about more than catching the big one. Updated 04:02 PM
'Be Brave, Be Blue' For Child Abuse Awareness Month
All April, child advocacy agencies will try to raise awareness and educate the community about child abuse, and how educated adults are the best protectors of children. Time Warner Cable News reporter Wendy Mills has an update on their efforts. 02:17 PM
YWCA Encourages People in Rochester to Sign Up and Take 'Stand Against Racism'
Diversity events all April are designed to get people talking to each other about issues, stigmas and how to be more aware and sensitive about what they say, post on social media and how they treat each other in the community. Updated 03:05 PM
Marshals Offer $5,000 Reward for Information Leading to Arrest of Paul Ceglia
Allegany County
Ceglia, who prosecutors allege doctored a contract with Facebook owner Mark Zuckerburg to appear like he owned part of the company, was on bail when he disappeared with his wife and children in early March. 03:26 PM
Ronald McDonald House Accepting Donations for Spring Sale
This is the major fundraiser for the Ronald McDonald House that offers lodging and support for families of kids being treated at the Golisano Children's Hospital. 10:40 AM
Clifton Springs Hospital Joins Rochester Regional Health System
Ontario County
The partnership allows Clifton Springs to continue to offer a full range of local primary and secondary services. 12:58 PM
Online Safety Experts Stress Communication Between Parents and Kids
The arrest Tuesday of a City of Rochester 911 Center employee begs the question of how to keep kids safe in the ever-changing social media world. Time Warner Cable News reporter Breanna Fuss talked to experts to re-examine that question. 03/31/2015 09:51 PM

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Heather Briccetti, President of the NYS Business Council, joined us with her reaction to the final spending plan. 08:34 PM
Assemblywoman Carrie Woerner voted down the ELFA which included education reform. She joined us to explain.
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Senator Jeff Klein was one of the "four men in a room" negotiating the state budget. He joined us to discuss the final spending plan.
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In this edition of “Driver’s Ed,” we're in the kitchen, not in the garage. Our Ed Keiner shows us how to make the perfect taco right on your diesel engine.
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There are nine universities across New York with chapters of the national Food Recovery Network.
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