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Bloomfield man accused of child sex abuse

Bloomfield man accused of child sex abuse


FLCC expands education, training to local libraries

FLCC expands education, training to local libraries


Canandaigua Police seek public assistance identifying vehicle that struck bicyclist

Tractor-trailer fatality in Clifton Springs

2 Wegmans locations going through changes

Manchester woman arrested for juror tampering

A Manchester woman was arrested on Friday for tampering with a juror.


Shooting overnight in Geneva

Members of the Geneva Police Department responded to the area of North Street, near North Avenue, for reports of shots fired on Saturday at about 1:35 a.m.


70-year-old man dies in Canandaigua crash

On Sunday at about 7:49 p.m., the State Police responded to an accident where a vehicle that was traveling southbound, drove off the east shoulder and struck a utility box causing minor damage on Lake Hill Road in the town of Canandaigua.


Geneva Police searching for random attacker at Lakefront Playground

Geneva Police are searching for a man accused of attacking another man at a playground on Monday.


Canandaigua Emergency Squad & Naples Ambulance Merge

The Canandaigua Emergency Squad (CES) and Naples Ambulance have officially merged.


Alleged child predator arrested in Canandaigua

Canandaigua police arrested an alleged child predator Wednesday.


New emergency procedures in Ontario County

The Ontario County Sheriff's Office has an "updated tool" when it comes to its 9-1-1 emergency system. News10NBC finds out how it's designed to enhance their "Call If You Can, Text If You Can't" in an emergency situation.


New 911 procedure in Ontario County

Ontario County Sheriff's Office has a new 911 procedure.


Who abandoned this dog?

Who abandoned this dog? Officials with the Ontario County Humane Society say this brown boxer mix was found tied to a tree on spring street in the village of Clifton Springs late Monday night.


Ontario County warns of rise in Lyme disease cases

Ontario County health officials say cases of Lyme disease continue to rise. Especially as more and more people are out, and about venturing into places where ticks are abundant.