Suspicious incident as girl followed in Brighton

Suspicious incident as girl followed in Brighton

Long-time director leaves American Medical Response

Long-time director leaves American Medical Response

Former area CEO charged with defrauding own company

State takes action after News10NBC exposes delays in business applications

Grand jury indicts suspects in alleged Greece bomb plot

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Deadly January fire in Greece ruled an accident

Investigators have ruled that a deadly fire in Greece in January was an accident...

Crews begin demolishing former Mario's restaurant

Among talk about the Whole Food Project moving forward in Brighton, crews began demolishing the former Mario's restaurant on Friday...

Local pub's liquor license suspended following massive brawl

A local pub's liquor license has been suspended following a massive brawl that ended with three people being stabbed this week...

RCSD interim superintendent returns to work following collapse

The Rochester City School District interim superintendent is back to work and according to the district, he has not missed a beat...

Pet of the Week: Meet Rory!

Rory is a sweet seven-year-old English Bulldog Mix who is looking for a new home...


Double Initial Murders: The final victim

This month, News10NBC is taking you Inside the Evidence of the Double Initial Murders. Three young Rochester girls were kidnapped, raped and murdered in the early 1970s.

Rochester's Roots: Anna Murray Douglass

You may not know her name or her story, but she's one of the most important people in abolitionist history, especially here in Rochester. Anna Murray Douglass was the first wife of famed abolitionist and writer Frederick Douglass.

Police search for missing Batavia woman

Police are asking for your help to find a woman who has been missing for a week.

Deanna's Discoveries: Tools to help make tough treatment choices

Studies show that patients who are actively involved in their care, do better and feel better...

Deputies: Webster man uses fake cash at gas station

A Webster man was arrested for attempting to use fake cash at a gas station in Williamson...

Amazon didn't deliver, why other companies may be next

After Amazon's about-face on a new headquarters in Queens, lawmakers worry more companies may follow...

Time to get cooking! Rochester's first food business incubator receives funding

Imagine a shared kitchen where start-up companies can make market products and hold cooking classes...

Schumer: Genesee Brewery's federal applications approved

A federal agency granted approval for 42 outstanding applications to allow the Genesee Brewery to use new labels and sell new products...

NY legislators propose raising smoking age to 21

Following bills that passed in other western New York counties...

Minority and women-owned businesses face 'flawed system' for certification

The state wants more women and minority-owned contractors to be hired. But the wait for at least one business to get that classification feels like an eternity...

Breaking the school-to-prison pipeline: School 17 sets positive example

On the heels of a distinguished educator's report showing deficiencies in the Rochester City School District...

City leaders call on Amazon to reconsider Rochester

ews10NBC learned city leaders, along with Congressman Joe Morelle, hope to make a second pitch to the e-commerce giant...

Young girl presents Valentine's Day painting to patient at Golisano Children's Hospital

A young artist presented love on this Valentine's Day at Golisano Children's Hospital.

Rochester's Roots: Life-sized statues pay homage to Frederick Douglass

Freedom from slavery, women’s rights, and desegregation of schools -- all life-changing work Frederick Douglass fought for in Rochester.

Dunkin' & Joy in Childhood Foundation present $10K grant to Foodlink

The Summer Meals program helps feed kids who would otherwise go hungry because they're not at school where they would normally get a meal.