Police have a suspect in custody after a pursuit on West Ridge Road and Bernice Street.
Thousands of recently laid-off New Yorkers woke up to an even newer reality Wednesday morning.
Wednesday is National Walking Day and one local business wants to make sure you remember that walking and running are not canceled.
The budget has not yet been voted on but the bills are being printed as we speak and I'm told there is a three-way agreement on a deal to help close the Rochester City School District's budget gap.
Police are investigating a fatal shooting that happened on Alexander Street in Rochester on Wednesday.
Roberts Wesleyan College made the decision to postpone its 2020 commencement.
Because of the coronavirus, former Congressman Chris Collins wants to push back the date he has to report to prison.
The Monroe County Department of Health announced 59 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Monroe County, bringing the total number of cases to 359.
Tops will not enforce the plastic bag ban during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Some local stores deemed essential businesses are putting limits on the number of customers allowed in their stores at once.
The University of Rochester Medical Center responded to concerns over a situation that happened in the Strong Memorial Hospital Maternity Ward.
It looks like the Rochester City School District will receive the $35 million it has been asking from the state.
Businesses and non-profit organizations are taking a hit during this pandemic, but some are finding ways to still raise money.
A heads up this morning for people who drive between Irondequoit and Webster.
Monroe County Sheriff's Office is investigating a report of shots fired.
Officers say a driver was speeding when they crashed, causing the car to rollover.
Rochester Police are investigating a shooting on the city's north side.
News10NBC is working to get information about a fire in Webster Tuesday evening.
Earlier Tuesday, the Child Care Council sent out a release saying that there are facilities available and openings for children who need care.
A common refrain from healthcare workers is that there's a shortage of protective masks when dealing with the coronavirus.