Crews get ready to respond to snowstorm

Crews get ready to respond to snowstorm


Free fishing on Veterans Day

State police crack down on construction zone violations

Focus turns to gaming app after involvement in 2 foiled attacks

Veterans Day: Where to pay tribute in Rochester area


Capitol Watch: New Yorkers await toxic chemical testing

It's unclear just when New York will move ahead with ambitious plans that were announced last year to test public water systems for three industrial chemicals. State regulators have been working to require public water systems to test for and clean up three contaminants linked with long-term health risks such as severe kidney and liver damage.

Officials want New Yorkers to watch for spotted lanternflies

State officials are urging New Yorkers to be on the lookout for spotted lanternfly egg masses over the winter.

3 students charged in plot to attack Albion Middle School

The Albion police chief announced charges against three students for what police are calling a credible threat that was made against the school.

Wegmans tops 2019 'Best Workplaces in Retail' list

Wegmans is the best retail business to work in America, according to a survey by Fortune and Great Places to Work...

Students pulled from school during threat investigation

Multiple students are banned from a local school right now after new threats circulated online. 


Orleans County unopposed candidates in 2019 November election

Here is a list of Orleans County's unopposed candidates in the Nov 5 election…

King Arthur Flour expands earlier recall

King Arthur Flour expanded a recall from October to include three more product lot codes of five-pound bags of Unbleached All-Purpose Flour that were omitted from the original recall.

News10NBC Investigates: Contractor's truck hit with rocks from Thruway mower and he has to pay for the repair

News10NBC is investigating one of the most frustrating things that can happen to you and your vehicle. Let's say you're driving and your car or truck is damaged by someone else. If that driver is a government employee driving a government truck, state law says they don't pay for the damage.

AG says prosecutors need more money to implement criminal justice reforms

New York State’s chief law enforcer says that she and all local District Attorneys need more money to implement the criminal justice reforms set to begin in New York on Jan. 1.

Intense winds leave thousands in the dark

Rochester Gas and Electric is still working to restore power to people impacted by high winds Thursday night and Friday morning. On Friday, RG&E said some customers' power won't be restored until late Sunday night.