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Two suspects in custody after a chase where police fired shots

Two suspects in custody after a chase where police fired shots


Street in North Winton Village put under shelter in place after shots fired call

Street in North Winton Village put under shelter in place after shots fired call


Fairport graduate murdered by husband in Arizona

Woman dies in crash on East Main and Alexander

Hochul signs Adult Survivors Act into law

Deanna Dewberry emcees 'Women of Excellence' awards ceremony

One of News10NBCs own was the emcee for Rochester Business Journal's "Women of Excellence" awards ceremony Wednesday night.


Danielle Ponder to perform on Late Night with Seth Meyers

Rochester musician Danielle Ponder is scheduled to perform on Late Night with Seth Meyers Wednesday, May 24.


RCSD recognizes 8 educators of the year

The Rochester City School District Tuesday recognized eight teachers and staff members as educators of the year.


Monroe County Risk Assessment Team a model for other communities trying to stop mass shootings

In the wake of the mass shooting in Buffalo that took the lives of 10 people and injured 3 others, the Sheriff of Erie County says he plans to create a “behavior threat assessment team” compromised of his deputies, mental health professionals and education professionals to identify those who may be a risk to the community. “Falling through the cracks is not going to be an excuse we’re going to use in the future,” Sheriff John Garcia said at a press conference last week.


City councilmembers question PAB and what they are doing with their time

“Is there any reasonable explanation on how this makes sense and why the city should continue to fund this agency at such a high level, giving the low to zero volume of casework?” city councilmember Willie Lightfoot said to PAB members at Monday night’s budget meeting. “Crickets.”


Important deadlines for the primary elections

New York's primary elections are coming up next month.


MCSO reviews active shooter situation on Scottsville Road

Panic about a recently fired and possibly disgruntled employee triggered a 911 call about an active shooter on Scottsville Road Friday.


Vehicle flipped over on I-490 in Gates

Gates Fire Department is reporting that there is a vehicle flipped over on Route 490 Tuesday afternoon.


Gates holds memorial ceremony for Buffalo victims

Members of the Gates community Monday night came to honor each of the 10 people killed inside the Jefferson Avenue Tops in Buffalo on May 14.


'It's nerve-wracking and it puts pressure on with the breastfeeding': Expectant mom on formula shortage

Some parents in desperate need of baby formula are feeling a little sense of hope with the shipment that touched down in Indianapolis over the weekend.


Parolee pleads guilty in deadly January crash

The parolee accused of leading police on a chase that ended with a man's death pleaded guilty on Monday.


Rochester's water filtration plant wins quality award for 20th straight year

The Hemlock Filtration Plant, which supplies the city of Rochester with drinking water, has won a water quality award for the 20th straight year.


Bankruptcy court judge allows sexual abuse claims against Rochester Catholic Diocese to move forward

A bankruptcy court judge has allowed plaintiffs to move forward with sexual abuse claims against the Catholic Diocese of Rochester.


Falcon eggs could hatch this week

Nova, the falcon incubating her four eggs on the Times Square Building, could become a mother sometime this week.


Memorial Day events planned for the Rochester area

Towns in the Rochester area are announcing their Memorial Day plans after two years of canceled or toned-down plans due to the pandemic.


Man receives maximum sentence for killing Chappa Grocery owner

The Rochester man who was found guilty of shooting and killing a grocery store owner during an attempted robbery back in April of 2020 will spend 25 years to life in the New York State Department of Corrections.


Greece man finds 32 decades-old fenders buried in backyard

It's something you'd never expect to find in your backyard: Old fenders dumped and buried.


Now there's a shortage of contrast for CT scans

We have another supply shortage because of COVID.


First Alert Weather In-Depth: Iridescent clouds

You may have noticed a very interesting sky Monday. We had clouds at different levels and the clouds were moving in different directions.


Cousins found guilty on all charges in foster home kidnapping

The cousins charged with kidnapping two children from their Greece foster home last year have been convicted by a jury.