The FEPC has ruled Doorley's campaign didn't violate an ethics pledge

FEPC finds Doorley campaign didn't violate ethics pledge

NYSEG and RG&E warning customers about phone scam

NYSEG and RG&E warning customers about phone scam

REDI grants millions to Monroe, Wayne County for Lake Ontario shoreline flooding projects

'The Sale' to benefit the local Ronald McDonald House starts Thursday

RBTL's Auditorium Theatre gets walk-through metal detectors


RCR conducting E. coli vaccine research study

A medical researcher in Rochester is conducting a vaccine research study for E. coli to address the growing issue of antibiotic-resistant strains of the bacteria.

Deputies: Suspects stole more than $200K worth of jewelry from Pittsford store

Two Rochester men are facing charges after they allegedly stole more than $200,000 worth of jewelry from a Pittsford jewelry store earlier this year.

Local UAW members reject deal that could end GM strike

Local union members have struck down a deal that could end the strike against General Motors.

Police search for suspect who robbed Chinese restaurant on Lyell Avenue

Police are searching for a suspect after a restaurant in Rochester was robbed at gunpoint.

RCSD board commissioners discuss plans to fix budget issue

Rochester City School District officials are still dealing with the fallout of millions of dollars in overspending.


Southeast Towers affordable housing project breaks ground

The city, New York State, and Conifer Reality are working together to turn the Southeast Towers in Rochester into affordable housing for 376 families.

Crews respond to garage fire in Fairport

Crews fought a large fire in Fairport on Tuesday night...

Locust Club worries as RPD reverts back to assigning one officer per car

Representatives from the Rochester police union claim The Rochester Police Department passed up a chance to keep them safer with its return to a “one badge per car” practice of assigning police on patrols, after a week of assigning two of them per car.

News10NBC Scholar-Athlete of the Week: Grace Collins

The Sectional tournaments for girls soccer begin tonight and with eyes on a Sectional Title, the Scholar-Athlete of the Week is a captain of a team ranked number one.

United Way's African-American Development Program holds commencement

United Way's African-American Leadership Development Program held its 2019 commencement at the Rochester Riverside Convention Center on Tuesday...

News10NBC Investigates: Child with autism denied medical vaccine exemption again, dad vows to sue again

The 11-year-old boy with severe autism whose medical vaccine exemption was denied earlier this year was denied once again.

Monroe County GOP Chairman calling for investigation into DA campaign

The Monroe County Republican Committee Chairman is calling for an immediate investigation into what he says is illegal activity by a local campaign.

'MasterChef Junior Live!' in Rochester

The "MasterChef Junior Live!" tour is getting an extension this spring, and the tour is coming to Rochester.

Man faces life in prison after jury convicts him of 2018 murder

A jury convicted a Rochester man in the 2018 shooting death of another man on Second Street.

Man pleads not guilty in shooting death of woman on Fourth Street

On Tuesday morning, a man who was on the run for two months following the murder of his girlfriend plead not guilty.

NYSDOT preparing to keep roads safe this winter

It's that four-letter word we're all dreading, but the snow will be here soon.

37-year-old elephant dies at Seneca Park Zoo

The staff at Seneca Park Zoo is mourning the loss of another animal.

State Republicans push Cuomo on special election for NY-27

Top Republicans are pushing Gov. Andrew Cuomo to set a date for a special election for New York's 27th Congressional District seat.

RPD: Car stolen during fight in Park Avenue neighborhood

Police are searching for a suspect after a car was stolen during a fight in the Park Avenue neighborhood.

Time capsule found under Frederick Douglass Statue at Highland Park

While moving the bronze statue of Frederick Douglass from the bottom of the Highland Park Bowl to the new Frederick Douglass Memorial Plaza, crews found a time capsule, believed to be 75 years old.