Dave & Busters to layoff nearly 300 employees

Dave & Busters to layoff nearly 300 employees

DOL: State paid nearly $1.9B in lost wages to 2.26M New Yorkers this week

DOL: State paid nearly $1.9B in lost wages to 2.26M New Yorkers this week

Crews investigate cause of house fire on Hudson Avenue

Bike Week kicks off Friday night

Good Question: When does early voting start in New York?


Protesters demand justice, occupy Rochester City Hall for third night

Protesters demanding justice for Daniel Prude remain outside Rochester City Hall for a third night.

Roundabout at Lynaugh Road and Route 96 still closed for construction

It's been three weeks now since News10NBC first informed you about the intersection of Lynaugh Road, and Route 96 in the Town of Victor. It's been closed to traffic after a roundabout was built there.

Man shot, injured on Thurston Road

A Rochester man was shot and injured on Thurston Road Thursday afternoon.

Construction underway on Whole Foods project in Brighton

Construction on the Whole Foods Plaza is underway according to the contracting company building it.

Zweigle's celebrates 140th anniversary by serving hots to healthcare workers

Zweigle's is celebrating its 140th anniversary by cooking up and serving more than 2,000 red and white hots to healthcare workers.


Village of Fairport celebrates completion of first phase of Bicentennial Canal Gateway Project

The Village of Fairport is celebrating the completion of the first phase of the Bicentennial Canal Gateway Project.

Powers Farm Market prepares for fall

Fall is just five days away and cooler fall-like temperatures will be here by this weekend.

Jewish Home of Rochester holds Rosh Hashanah car parade

Friday is the start of Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year.

Grand Jury testimony starts in DA case investigating Mayor Warren's 2017 campaign money

Not only is Rochester Mayor Lovely Warren dealing with the fallout from the Daniel Prude death but Thursday the Monroe County grand jury heard testimony in the investigation into the mayor's campaign finances. 

Rochester-area companies help meet COVID-19 test demand at RRH

The demand for coronavirus testing is ramping up in Rochester.

Monroe County: Growing number of COVID-19 cases linked to houses of worship

The Monroe County Department of Public Health says it’s seeing a growing number of COVID-19 cases that could be directly or indirectly connected to houses of worship.

City Council to vote on legislation for independent investigation into death of Daniel Prude

The Rochester City Council will be holding a special meeting in regards to the independent investigation into the death of Daniel Prude.

CVS expanding COVID-19 testing sites in NY

CVS is expanding its COVID-19 testing capacity in anticipation of a potential second wave of the virus this fall.

Missing Perinton man found safe

A missing man with Alzheimer's has been found safe. 

Local leaders announce community effort to assist in eviction cases

The county, city and court system are teaming up to use federal CARES act funds to help people avoid eviction and foreclosure.

Local music teacher uses creativity to bring smiles to students, staff

Now that school is back in session, teachers are getting creative with how they’re delivering lessons this year.

Good Question: Who closed the boat launch?

Our Good Question is about some new work happening by the bay.

Police: Motorcyclist has life-threatening injuries after crash with vehicle

A motorcyclist has life-threatening injuries after a crash with a vehicle.

City council hears comments from community for more than 3 hours following Daniel Prude incident

For more than three hours Rochester City Council members hosted an online listening session where they heard hundreds of comments from local residents...

Small Business Spotlight: Mathnasium

For many children, math can be intimidating and frustrating. And in the middle of a pandemic without as much face-to-face instruction, it can be even more daunting.