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Climbing Vines Cafe & Play closing in Victor

Climbing Vines Cafe & Play closing in Victor


Wheatland woman hit, killed by truck while getting newspaper

Wheatland woman hit, killed by truck while getting newspaper


CDC: Coronavirus testing kits are flawed

Ben Stiller pushes for refugee aid in NY

Town of Greece's new zoning law proposal not set in stone yet

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News10NBC Investigates: Contractor Horror Stories: What to do when police can’t help

Three different viewers recently contacted News10NBC with complaints about the same contractor.


Rochester School Board set to vote on pre-k program proposal Thursday

Members of the community spoke up at Tuesday night’s Rochester City School Board meeting.


Rochester man arrested, charged with DWI after Genesee Park Boulevard crash

A Rochester man was arrested for DWI after police say he crashed into a parked car and a light pole.


Cuomo announces more census funding for non-profits

New York State is giving out a second round of funding to help get non-profit organizations involved in this year's census.


Local universities monitoring students studying abroad in countries affected by coronavirus

SUNY Brockport says it is "closely monitoring" the coronavirus situation and how it could affect study abroad programs and partner institutions...


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Rochester man indicted for deadly McKinley Street shooting

The man accused of shooting and killing another man in Rochester last year was indicted Tuesday.


At Strong Museum, new parking garage means new parking fee

New changes are coming to the Strong National Museum of Play next month, and it will cost you a few extra dollars.


Do the Right Thing: Eighth-grader uses her time to help others

This week, News10NBC is saluting an East High School student for the Do the Right Thing Award.


Rochester’s black LGBTQ+ community hopes for more progress and support within the city

Rochester's black LGBTQ+ community is making strides when it comes to acceptance.


Why are there so many potholes?

Do you hit a pothole, or almost hit one every day on your way into work?


Brockport woman indicted on manslaughter charges after overdose death

A Brockport woman was indicted on charges of manslaughter for her alleged involvement in a man’s overdose death in September.


Rochester Music Hall of Fame's 2020 class announced

This year’s Rochester Music Hall of Fame class was announced Tuesday.


ESL makes national list of top workforce development programs

ESL Federal Credit Union ranked 17th on a national list of top workforce development programs.


East High hosts discussions for Black History Month

Students at East High School celebrated Black History Month Tuesday.


RCSD Superintendent Terry Dade goes back to Albany to ask for funding

Rochester City School District Superintendent Terry Dade traveled back to Albany on Tuesday to lobby for $35 million in emergency funding and more aid in the next fiscal year's budget.


Police investigating after man shot on Dana Street

An investigation is underway after a Rochester man was shot Tuesday.


Local faith leaders supporting bail reform, law enforcement continue opposition

Members of the local faith community came together to express their support for bail reform despite the public’s criticism of the laws.


RMSC, Vanishing Sun team up for live concert series

The Rochester Museum & Science Center introduces "Vanishing Sun: Impressions of the Infinite", a new live concert series.


Police: Rochester woman shot during prearranged fight

A 22-year-old woman is in the hospital after police say she was shot during a prearranged fight in Rochester.


Jazz Fest announces 2 more headliners

Event organizers have announced two more headliners for the 2020 CGI Rochester International Jazz Fest.