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Sodus double murder verdict brings closure: 'All three people will pay for what they did'

Sodus double murder verdict brings closure: 'All three people will pay for what they did'


Following guilty verdict, victims' families break down in tears of relief

Following guilty verdict, victims' families break down in tears of relief


Memorial Day weekend events in the Rochester area

Timothy Dean found guilty on all counts in Sodus double murder trial

Sodus double murder trial: It's in the jury's hands now

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RG&E, NYSEG propose rate increase to improve service

RG&E and NYSEG have filed a request with the New York State Public Service Commission to raise rates in 2020. 


'I need closure': Investigator still searching for answers 25 years after Sandra Sollie's disappearance

Thursday marks 25 years since Sandra Sollie vanished.


Bombshell evidence introduced in Sodus double murder trial

They had conversations for months about killing Josh Niles. That's what Tim Dean's friend said on the witness stand...


Here are your 2019-20 school budget voting results

Here are your school district voting results...


Testifying against her husband: Sodus double murder trial continues

"Justice needs to be served, my kids need that closure because whoever did it, made it where my kids grew up without a dad"...


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Cuomo declares state of emergency for 8 counties along Lake Ontario

the governor of New York has declared a state of emergency for eight counties along the Lake Ontario shoreline...


Pot 'legalization 2.0': Social equity becomes a key question

Advocates for legalizing marijuana have long argued it would strike a blow for social justice after a decades-long drug war that disproportionately targeted minority and poor communities.


Emotional testimony, graphic photos: Trial underway in Sodus double murder case

The trial of a former Texas police chief accused of shooting and killing a young couple in Wayne County began Monday...


Schiff: Amash criticism not enough to push Trump impeachment

A key Democrat said Sunday that Republican Rep. Justin Amash's sharp criticism of what he called President Donald Trump's "impeachable conduct" in the Russia investigation isn't enough to count as bipartisan support to launch impeachment proceedings.


Opening statements in Sodus double murder case to begin Monday

Jury selection finished Friday in the case of a former Texas police chief accused of murdering a couple in Wayne County...


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