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Waiting game continues for region's casinos

Waiting game continues for region's casinos


State Police get poetic to warn about fireworks

State Police get poetic to warn about fireworks


Nate McMurray refusing to concede special election

Yellow Alert: Stormy start to Saturday

Voters report issues in Democratic Party Primary for 56th State Senate District

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McMurray campaign: Winner of NY-27 will likely not be declared Tuesday

Nate McMurray’s campaign told News10NBC there were 95,000 absentee ballots requested in New York’s 27th District.


Interviews with 4 candidates for the NY-27 special election

News10NBC interviewed four candidates for the NY-27 special election.


Low-risk youth sports to resume July 6

Governor Andrew Cuomo says that low-risk youth sports like baseball, softball, and gymnastics will be able to resume in regions in at least Phase 3 on July 6...


Medina Police, firefighters reunite with the toddler they helped save

The Village of Medina Police Department along with the Medina Fire Department had a special reunion with a toddler that they helped save.


Body washes ashore near Point Breeze in Orleans County

The Orleans County Sheriff's Office is investigating the discovery of a body that washed ashore near Point Breeze early Saturday morning. 


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Wegmans expands store hours

All Wegmans stores across New York State will expand their business hours starting Sunday. 


Local schools appeal for reopening guidance

State education leaders are getting an appeal for information on “how” schools might be able to reopen for the start of the next school year this fall.


New York State to allow outdoor graduation ceremonies

Governor Andrew Cuomo announced on Saturday that outdoor graduations up to 150 people would be allowed starting June 26. 


Cuomo: Churches, temples, mosques can reopen at 25 percent capacity

Governor Andrew Cuomo announced on Saturday that churches, temples, and mosques are allowed to reopen at 25 percent capacity with all social distancing protocols in place for regions in Phase Two. 


Former Rep. Chris Collins files another request to delay prison report date

Former Rep. Chris Collins wants to push his prison report date back again because of continued concern over the coronavirus pandemic.


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