Small Business Spotlight
ESL Jefferson Awards
10 Day Forecast
First Alert Doppler 10
Feeling sick and concerned?
Open for Business
MAP: Coronavirus in the U.S.
911 Accident Report
DOT Incident Map
Virus forces Wimbledon cancellation for 1st time since WWII
Scholar-Athlete of the Week: Nia Williams-Matthews
Major League Baseball extends financial support for minor league players
Fairport boys soccer team takes the 'Stay at Home Challenge'
NCAA to give spring sport athletes extra year of eligibility
Inside the Evidence
Brittanee Drexel: 10 Years Missing
Rochester in Focus
Get our signal over the air
Pet of the Week
Geva Theatre Center
This Week's Circulars
Advertise with News10NBC
News10NBC's Commitment to You
News10NBC Toys for Tots Holiday Drive
News10NBC Health & Wellness Expo
04/01/2020 06:35 AM
We've been getting a lot of questions about restaurants that are still open for take out.
A lot of people are working at home right now, but for others, the job goes on.
There's a debate over whether New York should hold its presidential primary in the middle of this outbreak with concerns for voters and poll workers.
Routines are changing because of the coronavirus pandemic, but people still have to go to the bank.
From school, to dining out, to shopping, everything is changing for all of us day by day during the coronavirus pandemic.
Our latest good question was about plastic bags.
We know you have many questions about the coronavirus and we're going to keep getting you answers.
It's that time of year, potholes are popping up all over roads and local headlines.
Have you gotten your new license yet? You've heard a lot about them recently—especially this year—because there's a looming deadline to get them coming up in the fall.
Right after we told you last week about a new scam hitting our area, News10NBC’s Brennan Somers received a follow-up question from a viewer.
Local prosecutors and law enforcement are upping the ante in cracking down on drug dealers.
The statewide ban on plastic bags starts Sunday in New York.
News10NBC is protecting your family from the "silent killer” in homes and businesses.
There's no getting around it. Rochester school leaders need help.
We all know when we're clocking off miles driving down the Thruway, we're eventually going to pass a rest area.
We've been getting a lot of feedback and questions about the plastic bag ban.
We've been talking a lot about marijuana and the push to make it legal for recreational use in New York state. Gov. Andrew Cuomo detailed his plan in the budget proposal.
It's one of the oldest and most famous attractions we have — the Erie Canal. If you pass by it now, you won't see a lot of water in it.
Some of you may be starting the year off a few hundred dollars short of what you expected to have right now, and you may have not even realized you were losing money.
Anyone or any place required to collect a New York sales tax will be barred from issuing single-use plastic bags.
It is one of the biggest changes hitting New York this year and it affects everyone who goes grocery shopping.
This affects people not only on New Year's Eve but for anyone who has ever taken a ride using Lyft or Uber.
You should keep an eye out for criminals trying to steal your information and money this holiday season...
The shooting happened early in the morning on Oct. 28, 2017, on Scrantom Street in Rochester.
The Rochester Red Wings are getting a brand new field — a long-overdue project.
Are some stores protecting their merchandise while violating your civil rights?
Pat Taney was asked to look into it for this week's Good Question report...
Last January, a horrific and deadly crash took place in our area. A haunting image of that crash remains there.