The City's Chapter of My Brother's Keeper held a virtual wellness forum Monday afternoon, to bring Black and Brown communities important information that can help prevent major medical issues.
As the Democratic Caucus of the Monroe County Legislature plans to call for an investigation into Legislator Ernest Flagler-Mitchell.
Pharmacies are canceling appointments for COVID-19 vaccines not because of limited supply but because of who signed up for them.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo said he originally planned to go to Joe Biden’s inauguration but law enforcement has been warning governors that demonstrations are planned for state capitols across the country during the inauguration.
The Rochester Police Department has found a missing 12-year-old girl safe.
The Rochester Institute of Technology says it will ramp up testing during its spring semester.
Police say two men are injured after a shooting near Dove Street and Bidwell Terrace, which is on the northwest side of Rochester.
In a joint statement from County Health Commissioner Dr. Michael Mendoza, and County Executive Adam Bello, the MCDPH says it expects roughly 1500 doses of the vaccine this week, which is enough to fulfill previously scheduled appointments of essential workers.
MCSO reports Eliah Moses, 14, left her home in Chili on Jan.13, and has not been seen since.
A man is injured but expected to survive after a shooting on Thurston Road Monday afternoon.
Troopers say Matthew S. Vargulick, 43, was last seen walking away from his disabled vehicle on State Route 126 in the town of Rutland.
Both Monroe County and URMC are opening clinics Monday.
Some Rochester-area high school athletes are hoping a new play will help get them off the bench.
A 50-year-old Rochester resident was stabbed on Sunday night on North Goodman Street and has serious injuries.
News10NBC is following the aftermath of a house fire early Thursday morning that left almost 100 cats homeless.
Another local college has made the decision to delay the start of the spring semester.
New York's State Senate officially has a new member.
One local group of advocates is working to take care of a problem they say usually gets ignored; mental health in black and brown communities.
A Rochester man was shot on the city's west side Saturday night.
Local Bills fans who weren't among those lucky enough to get a ticket to the game found their own way to cheer on the team.