A car crashed into a local business Tuesday night.
News10NBC's Nikki Rudd spoke to a local woman who has been teaching kindergarten for 40 years to get her take on reopening plans.
Things are slowly returning back to some form of normalcy for many businesses that were forced to close due to the pandemic.
President Donald Trump weighed in on a brewing controversy surrounding Kodak's potentially lucrative deal with the federal government to make generic drug ingredients.
F.L.X. Wienery at Roc Brewing Co. opens this Thursday to the public!
A Webster bar had its liquor license suspended for what the governor calls "egregious violations" of coronavirus-related regulations.
The circumstances around the major Kodak deal that shot up its stock price is now being looked at by the federal Securities and Exchange Commission.
Former U.S. Rep. Chris Collins is asking to push back the start of his prison sentence again.
East Irondequoit Central School District has been working hard in readjusting their classrooms for students for back to school.
U.S. Rep. Joe Morelle (D, NY-25) is calling on the Postmaster General to address significant delays in mail deliveries.
A judge has denied a request from Dawn Nguyen to be released early from prison.
Isaias: Isaias made landfall as a Category 1 hurricane in North Carolina overnight, bringing heavy rain, damaging wind and tornadoes to the Carolinas and Mid-Atlantic.
A man was shot and killed on Wabash Street, off of North Goodman Street Tuesday afternoon.
The City of Rochester, Common Ground Health and Foodlink were selected to receive the grant as part of the Healthiest Cities and Counties Challenge.
Rochester Regional Health is expanding its rooftop honey bee program.
A statue honoring the victims of 9/11 has been removed after a complaint that it was vandalized came in last Thursday.
Deputies identified the man whose body was pulled from Irondequoit Bay Sunday night.
The deadline to apply for rent relief in New York has been extended by one week.
Some students returning to campus at local colleges and universities are facing new rules and new costs due to the coronavirus.
Plans for a new senior housing center in Gates are bringing out alarms from the neighbors and questions from town leaders.