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Nearly 100 people died last year in Rochester from heroin overdoses. As Time Warner Cable News reporter Seth Voorhees tells us, families and officials said Monday that now is not the time to take money away from a federal program which targets heroin trafficking. 06:57 PM
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The explosion and fire that injured two people and destroyed a popular pizza and sub shop in East Rochester remains under investigation. Time Warner Cable News reporter Mike Hedeen has an update. Updated 06:28 PM
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The Tigers men's hockey team arrived back at RIT on Monday tired, but proud of their effort. Time Warner Cable News reporter Cristina Domingues says the Tigers had a message for their fans. Updated 03:10 PM
Jefferson Road Post Office Renamed in Honor of Spc. Theodore Glende
Henrietta
Rochester's main post office in Henrietta is now named after an Army specialist who was killed in July 2012 while serving in Afghanistan. Officials said his actions that day helped save at least five lives. Updated 04:10 PM
Ribbon Cut on $7 Million Expansion at Eastside Family YMCA
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Ethics Deal Levels the Playing Field
Albany
State legislators working as private practice attorneys will now be required to disclose their most profitable legal clients. Geoff Redick reports. 06:30 PM
City Offers Extended Hours at Select R-Centers During Spring Recess
Rochester
With schools in the area closed this week for spring recess, the City of Rochester has extended hours at select R-Centers. 05:07 AM
Construction Begins on Thruway Overpass in Genesee Co.
Rochester
The Thruway Authority has started work on an aging Thruway overpass in Genesee County. 08:28 AM
Study: Exercise Leads to Decreased Chance of Cancer in Men
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A new study released last week shows that men in their midlife years who exercise have a decreased chance at getting lung and colorectal cancer. 05:39 AM
Tony Award Nomination Possible For Greece Teacher
Greece
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