Four people were displaced from their home after a fire broke out early Saturday morning.
Police are investigating after a Rochester man was shot and killed in the city.
Whether in the hospital or in a Perinton neighborhood, kids in the Rochester area had a socially-distanced night before Halloween.
The Rochester Institute of Technology is reporting more cases of COVID-19 on campus, and says it's now on the edge of changing its COVID alert level.
Rochester police have identified the man who was hit and killed Tuesday night on Lake Avenue.
To end Breast Cancer Awareness Month, I'm taking a look at a question we all face but don't talk about.
A tractor-trailer overturned in Chili on Friday, spilling a load of garbage onto the side of the road.
Somershire Drive in Irondequoit is known for going all-out on Halloween.
One of the most popular places to vote early this year is the polling place in Greece.
The Real Men Wear Pink campaign is entering the home stretch.
Some people will see their jobs directly impacted by the Rochester City School District's decision to stay fully remote into next year.
Record Archive in Rochester will be closed for the coming days after a staff member tested positive for COVID-19.
A paroled cop killer was arraigned Friday for allegedly violating three voter registration laws.
The Irondequoit Bay Outlet Bridge is set to open to cars on Monday.
In a news conference Friday, Mayor Lovely Warren announced the city would be ramping up police patrols in the city's most violent areas, effective immediately, among other moves.
In addition, the Greece DMV Branch will open for all DMV transaction appointments the last Saturday of each month, excluding December.
The newly-appointed executive director of the Police Accountability Board provided a progress report as the PAB continues to grow into its role.
Parents of children with special needs have the decision they've been waiting for.
Police say both are active investigations, and they can't provide more information right now.
A group of business owners, landlords, performers, teachers and parents are suing state and county leaders, alleging that coronavirus executive orders are violating their constitutional rights.