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First Alert Weather: Friday morning Yellow Alert update

First Alert Weather: Friday morning Yellow Alert update

Seth Larson

Police making plans to bring murder suspect back to Irondequoit: 'It was a sigh of relief'

RPD: Man shot in parking lot on West Ridge Road

Good Question: What are those cameras tracking by the mall?

Rochester native and Bishop Kearney grad nominated for Deputy Administrator of NASA

Senator: Military justice changes must go beyond sex cases

There is now widespread support for using independent military lawyers to handle sexual misconduct cases, but Gillibrand is promoting legislation that goes beyond that, extending that change to all major crimes.

Decision 2021: When and where to vote early in the primary election

Early voting for the June 2021 primaries kicks off on Saturday, June 12.

Summer in Rochester: What's on, what's off

News10NBC is providing this guide for you to see what's on, what's off, and what still is being determined.

Fourth of July celebrations around Rochester

With many COVID-19 restrictions lifted, towns and villages are announcing their plans for the Fourth of July.

RPD: Man killed in shooting on Genesee Street

A man is dead after a shooting on Genesee Street in Rochester Thursday night.

Mary Cariola Center hosts drive-through graduation

Mary Cariola Children's Center handed out diplomas to 17 graduates Thursday night.

Erie County Executive renews push for vaccine requirement at Bills games

County Executive Mark Poloncarz previously said the only way they would be able to achieve 100% capacity is if all staff and fans are fully vaccinated.

18-year-old drowns in Tonawanda Creek near Indian Falls

An 18-year-old is dead after Genesee County Sheriff’s Deputies say he jumped into the water at Indian Falls Thursday afternoon and didn't resurface.

4 injured in crash on Mt. Read Blvd

Four people are injured after a two-car crash at the intersection of Emerson Street and Mt. Read Boulevard.

Report: Cuomo nursing home mandate caused more deaths

The  242-page report was done by the New York State Bar Association Task Force, and it focused primarily on nursing homes and long-term care.

Irondequoit Police Department celebrates crash survivors' recovery

First responders surprised a mother and son who were injured in a serious crash in Irondequoit last month.

Internationally-known daredevil Nik Wallenda walks hire wire in Buffalo

Internationally-known daredevil Nik Wallenda was in Buffalo Thursday.

What will mask guidelines at summer camps look like?

As summer camps get ready to welcome children back once again, some masking guidelines are still in effect even though Gov. Andrew Cuomo has lifted almost all COVID-related restrictions.

19-year-old driver charged in deadly crash with AMR ambulance

Rochester Police charged the driver of the car that, police say, pulled into the path of an AMR ambulance with its lights flashing early Thursday morning.

In-Depth: Poll explores reasons for COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy

In Monroe County, more than 70% of adults are vaccinated. 

Girl Scouts donating unsold cookies to food banks and first responders

Girl Scout cookie sales were way down this year and warehouses are being used to store the unsold cookies.

'I didn't do it': Rochester mom arraigned on murder charge in baby's death

Mabel Enid Rosado-Delgado, 38, appeared virtually in court to face her second-degree murder charge.

Police: Multiple suspects fired more than 20 rounds at victim

Police say a man was shot and killed in the area of Jefferson Avenue and Bartlett Street Wednesday afternoon.

Driver taken to hospital after tractor-trailer flips in Chili

A tractor-trailer flipped Thursday afternoon in Chili.

Vote for Play of the Week: June 17

Here is the News10NBC Play of the Week brought to you by Alfred State for June 17, the final Play of the Week for the school year.

U of R professors part of effort to develop tech for detecting asteroids

NASA is working on a critical project to protect planet earth, and a team of local scientists is representing Rochester on the planetary defense mission.

Employers rethinking drug screening policies with legalized recreational marijuana

With the state's new recreational marijuana law, many employers are rethinking their drug screening policies.

New York Legislature aiming to cut child poverty in half over 10 years

The crisis of child poverty has gotten even worse during the pandemic.

Woman accused of stealing, crashing ambulance released under supervision

The Buffalo woman accused of stealing an ambulance from the Utica area and crashing it into the Irondequoit Bay on Sunday was released under supervision Thursday.

Greece high schools hold graduations in small groups

The Greece Central School District took a unique approach to graduation this year. 

In-Depth: Morelle introduces Fair Repair Act

Rep. Joe Morelle (D, 25) introduced legislation Thursday that would guarantee consumers and small businesses the right to repair their own electronics.

Honor Flight Rochester set to take off again this fall

A charity that takes local veterans on the trip of a lifetime is set to take off again.

Juneteenth observed from federal government down to school districts

President Joe Biden signed legislation Thursday establishing a new federal holiday commemorating the end of slavery, saying he believes it will go down as one of the greatest honors he has as president.

'Obamacare' survives: Supreme Court dismisses big challenge

The justices, by a 7-2 vote, left the entire law intact Thursday in ruling that Texas, other Republican-led states and two individuals had no right to bring their lawsuit in federal court.

Fairport Angels Blood Drive to be held Thursday

The annual Fairport Angels Blood Drive is Thursday afternoon in memory of five Fairport High School graduates who were killed in a car crash 14 years ago.

First Alert Weather: Storm chances go up to end the week

We've enjoyed a lovely stretch of sunny and dry weather much of this week, but that will change on Friday.

For third week in a row, a Monroe County student wins NY vaccine scholarship

Monroe County's Nicholas Keirstead was the only Rochester area student to win this week.

Driver of car charged with DWI in deadly crash with ambulance

The crash happened at Central Park and North Goodman Street around 1:30 a.m.

City of Rochester looking for input on how to invest $202M in federal funds

In a release Thursday, the city said  people living in the city will have three ways of letting the city know how it should use the $202 million allocation from the American Rescue Plan Act,

US to spend $3.2B on treatments for COVID-19, other viruses

Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's top infectious disease expert, announced the investment during a White House briefing as part of a new "antiviral program for pandemics" to develop drugs to address symptoms caused by potentially dangerous viruses like the coronavirus.