Brennan Somers interviews Emily Goldsmith, the event manager for the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk

Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk takes place this weekend

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Police searching for missing Rochester woman

Local woman wins $1M prize in lottery scratch-off game

Management company faces fines over Tim Hortons grease trap death

IPD: 3 suspects in custody for string of home burglaries

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1 person rescued from house fire on Rutgers Street

Firefighters rescued one person from a house fire on Rutgers Street Thursday morning.

Push for HPV vaccine mandate in school and daycares

Another vaccine may soon be added to the list of shots kids need to go to school or daycare in New York state.

Firefighters rush to intense flames inside vacant home

Firefighters are looking into what sparked a house fire on Rochester's north side.

Police identify Irondequoit man killed in Webster crash

Police responded to the crash on Lake Road east of Phillips Road around 12:45 a.m. Thursday. 

News10NBC personalities walk the runway as Fashion Week Rochester continues

On day three of Fashion Week Rochester, local celebrities and community leaders took to the runway with young people as models. 


Road closures announced for Sunday's Breast Cancer Walk

The Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk is scheduled for Sunday, and road closures have been announced...

United Way receives largest private investment ever from ESL

The United Way of Greater Rochester received its largest private community investment ever Wednesday...

Bellavia to meet with President Trump to discuss possible congressional run

Western New York native and Medal of Honor recipient David Bellavia is expected to meet with President Donald Trump this week to discuss a possible run for Congress.

2020 Special Olympics New York Winter Games looking for volunteers

The 2020 Special Olympics New York Winter Games will be held in Rochester on Feb. 21 and 22, volunteers are needed!

Attorney for Laura Rideout argues she deserves new trial or reduced sentence

Laura Rideout is asking for a new trial or a reduced sentence...

Rochester UAW members weary but optimistic that strike will end soon

Workers at the General Motors plant in Rochester expressed weary hope Wednesday at reports the company and the United Auto Workers Union had reached a tentative contract deal to end the UAW’s strike against the company, now entering its fifth week...

Small Business Spotlight: Han-Tek

At Han-Tek, their job is to make your manufacturing business more efficient. They do that by designing, building and installing state-of-the art automation applications...

News10NBC Investigates: Victim sues RPD over domestic violence policy: ‘A lot of females going through this’

News10NBC is investigating how the Rochester Police Department is violating state law when officers are supposed to be helping victims of domestic violence...

Golisano Children's Hospital celebrates Halloween early

There was a Halloween party for patients and families at the Golisano Children's Hospital Wednesday afternoon.

RPD returns to one badge per car

Less than two weeks after an officer was stabbed during a call for a domestic incident earlier this month, the Rochester Police Department is back to one officer per car.

UR Medicine observes 'BRA Day'

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and Oct. 16 is Breast Reconstruction Awareness Day, or 'BRA Day.'

Former newspaper delivery boy sues D&C under Child Victims Act

A former newspaper delivery boy is suing a local newspaper.

Foundation named in honor of Gates firefighter

The legacy of a beloved Gates firefighter will live on through a new foundation in his name.

Woman pleads guilty to strangling 18-month-old

A 29-year-old woman pleaded guilty on Wednesday to strangling an 18-month-old...

Troopers: 3 injured in I-490 W/Inner Loop crash

All lanes on I-490 W are back open, after closures while state police and firefighters investigated a single vehicle crash at the Inner Loop.