New pictures and video of a man accused of allegedly attacking a Rochester firefighter and damaging a fire truck over the weekend have been released.
The curfew put in place by city and county leaders is scheduled to lift at 6 on Monday morning.
Crews had to battle flames at the same home twice in one night.
Outside Turcott's Taproom in Rochester, a crew of about seven people were at work, as the sound of drills and saws hummed along with sounds of passing cars on Monroe Avenue.
News10NBC received new images of suspects who police said were allegedly involved in the violent protests on Saturday.
Police are investigating after a man was shot and injured on Wren Street on the city's northwest side Sunday.
The Green Party of Monroe County condemned its own candidate over his actions at Saturday’s protest in Rochester.
The Rochester City School District says it is putting support systems in place for students and families impacted by Saturday's destruction and violence starting Monday.
Sunday morning many business owners had to face the massive damage left Saturday night. Some did not have to face it alone.
A community is pulling together after a vandal entered a Rochester church Saturday night.
Two thousand people hurt and angry about what happened in our city last night turned out Sunday to clean up.
The Rochester Police Department is asking for help identifying people who were caught on camera beating a couple outside a store on Monroe Avenue.
The Target and Dick’s Sporting Goods at The Mall at Greece Ridge are closed for safety according to the Greece Police Chief.
A curfew will be in effect across Monroe County from 9 p.m. Sunday through 6 a.m. Monday.
The initial protest began peacefully Saturday as people marched around downtown Rochester, but when they got to the Public Safety Building, it turned violent and chaotic.
It's a quiet morning in Rochester but some are waking up to massive damage across the city.
Although much of the looting and rioting on Saturday took place in downtown Rochester, some took place in the outskirts and suburbs...
What began as a peaceful protest about police treatment of African-Americans later fell into anarchy that led to a county-wide curfew and one of the worst cases of civil unrest in Monroe County in years.
Reports that looters had broken into the Seneca Park Zoo and freed some of the animals are false...
When so many businesses failed downtown, the one that was always remained open was Villa, a clothing store at the corner of East Main Street and East Avenue.