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News10NBC is protecting your family from the "silent killer” in homes and businesses.
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.
Some parking meters in downtown Rochester allow you to pay for parking through a mobile app.
Many of you recently had to go through extensive sexual harassment training after a new law was passed in New York state, but there's some confusion over it.
It's a Monroe County treasure, but there are concerns about what some call bad behavior at a busy local park.
A few weeks back, Rochester held another gun buyback program...
Hundreds of people in our area use an insurance card to get a discounted ride despite being warned by their provider not to do that.
One of your questions is helping to change one city ordinance.
News10NBC is bringing you an update to one of your Good Questions.
Some of you have noticed new, unique messages on the streets of one local suburb. Pat Taney "looked" into it for this week's Good Question report.
You may have heard, the New York State Thruway will soon have all-electronic tolls, which means no more booths.
The huge space has been empty for months, but News10NBC found out there could soon be some new life there.
Where is it? That's what a lot of you want to know about a piece of Rochester's history.
Many people like to hang items from their vehicle's rearview mirrors, but at what point are you breaking the law by doing so?
You may have noticed gas is more expensive at rest stops on the New York State Thruway.
BRIGHTON, N.Y. (WHEC) — Back in January, many of you asked News10NBC to find out why a shiny new restaurant opened and then, soon after, closed.
For this week's Good Question report, Pat Taney was asked about the bright, illuminated signs on dashboards of Uber and Lyft cars.
Some of you are wondering about a survey you got in the mail that reads if you don't respond, you're violating federal law.
You may have heard reports of people who've been charged for not only having drugs but for possessing things like scales and sandwich bags.
News10NBC got its hands on the stores that sold the most winning tickets with jackpots of $600 or more over the past six months.