Driver in intensive care after Webster crash

Driver in intensive care after Webster crash

Strong storms move east, Wind Advisory for parts of the area

Strong storms move east, Wind Advisory for parts of the area

New York state nears 1,000 coronavirus deaths

Gov. Cuomo extends ban on non-essential work until April 15

2 confirmed cases of COVID-19 at St. John's Home


Jim Gaffigan declares garbage plate 'ultimate quarantine food'; posts video of routine

Comedian Jim Gaffigan again returned to his musings about Rochester's famed garbage plate on Saturday, tweeting that it would be the "ultimate quarantine food" and posting part of his Rochester set about it...

Community gives Webster boy a happy birthday after Disney World trip falls through

A parade of honking cars and fire trucks drove through Webster on Saturday to wish a happy birthday to a 12-year-old with cerebral palsy...

Special website offers support for bartenders hit by coronavirus closures

In the age of social distancing, new help is on the way for some local face-to-face workers hit especially hard: bartenders. 

Coronavirus closures causing ammo shortages at local gun shops

Coronavirus closures are bringing overwhelming demand for ammo at some local gun shops...

Man shot on Parsells Avenue's no longer in life-threatening condition

A man was taken to the hospital with at-the-time life-threatening wounds after being shot on Parsells Avenue Saturday...


Fifty-one inmates released from Monroe County Jail as part of NYS COVID-19 order

Fifty-one inmates were released from the Monroe County Jail on Friday as the result of directions from the New York State Division of Parole...

Monroe County to quarantine people at Clarion Pointe Rochester hotel

The Monroe County Department of Public Health will use the Clarion Pointe Rochester hotel to house people placed under mandatory quarantine or isolation due to coronavirus...

New York State Department of Labor extends telephone services

New York State's Department of Labor is extending its services for people attempting to file for unemployment...

Man seriously injured in stabbing on South Plymouth Avenue

A man has been hospitalized with serious injuries after being stabbed on South Plymouth Avenue Saturday. 

Police investigating homicide on Avenue D

Police are investigating the homicide of a person shot and killed on Avenue D early Saturday morning...

Crews battle 2-alarm fire on Dewey Avenue

The Rochester Fire Department is investigating a two-alarm fire on Dewey Avenue early Saturday morning. 

Assistant State Attorney General Ted O'Brien battling COVID-19

Former New York State Sen. Ted O'Brien is in the hospital with COVID-19.

Monroe County missing vulnerable adult found

The family of the missing vulnerable adult says he has been found.

Mark's Pizzeria donating pizza to local hospitals

Mark's Pizzeria locations are donating 1,000 sheet pizzas to staff at local hospitals over the next three weeks as they fight the COVID-19 pandemic.

Hilton teachers hold parade for students

Students in Hilton got some real-life facetime with their teachers today.

Local artist teaching classes on Facebook

One local artist is spending her free time giving back to the community in a fun way.

Cuomo: 'We're going to have to cut education aid'

The last thing we needed to end this week is more bad news. But we got on Friday from Gov. Andrew Cuomo about our schools and money.

'Mambo In The Morning Show' helping to keep the Hispanic community informed about COVID-19

News10NBC is your source for critical information about the current health crisis, but there are barriers for those in the community who speak only Spanish.

States impose new restrictions on travelers from New York

States are pulling back the welcome mat for travelers from the New York area, which is the epicenter of the country's coronavirus outbreak, and some say at least one state's measures are unconstitutional.  

Local hospitals working to increase patient capacity

University of Rochester Medical Center and Rochester Regional Health are coming together to more than double the number of hospital beds available in our area as they deal with the COVID-19 pandemic.