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Allendale Columbia offering extracurricular activities

Allendale Columbia offering extracurricular activities


NTSB to release final report on Schoharie limo crash

NTSB to release final report on Schoharie limo crash


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First Alert Weather: Needed rainfall at times today, cool pattern ahead

Study: Fewer social media ‘likes’ could impact teens’ mental health

Good Question: Where's my car wash refund?

23 new COVID cases reported in Steuben County Monday

There's been a surge of coronavirus cases in Steuben County with most of them coming from nursing homes and schools.


News10NBC to carry first 2020 presidential debate Tuesday

The first presidential debate of the 2020 election is scheduled to take place Tuesday. 


Monroe County school districts begin low-risk fall sports, but not RCSD

Monday afternoon kicked off the first official day of try-outs, and practice for many high school fall sports here in Monroe County.


Police investigating body found in Canandaigua Lake

The City of Canandaigua Police Department and other agencies are investigating after a dead body was found in Canandaigua Lake on Monday. 


Erie County Executive in favor of allowing Bills to have fans at home games

There's hope that fans may be allowed to attend Bills home games this season.


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Spencerport veteran walking to bring awareness to veteran suicide epidemic

September is Suicide Prevention Month, and one Spencerport veteran is putting in the steps to raise awareness of veterans and their risk of suicide.


Woman pleads not guilty, denied bail over Trump ricin letter

A woman charged with making threats against President Donald Trump by mailing a package containing ricin to the White House was ordered held without bail Monday...


Monroe County on Kim Butler's Daniel Prude emails: 'It was determined that HIPAA was violated'

The resignation of a Monroe County health official brought out a large group of law enforcement leaders demanding to set the record straight on her work.


Ontario County Humane Society looking for information after dog found abandoned

The Ontario County Humane Society is asking for information after they say a dog was found on the side of the road, in a wire cage, without food or water.


Cuomo: NY will put out COVID-19 guidance for homeless shelters this week

New York State will put out COVID-19 guidance for homeless shelters, Gov. Andrew Cuomo promised Monday.


Low-risk fall sports resume in Monroe County high schools

After months of uncertainty, student-athletes participating in low-risk fall sports are finally back on the field.


Monroe County Legislator Mike Zale resigns

Monroe County Legislator Mike Zale has resigned.


Some voter information letters list the wrong polling site. The fix is easy

We are 36 days from election day. In Monroe County, election officials predict an 80% turnout.


RPD union supports new interim chief, department sees 34 retirements and 0 new hires

The RPD union says it's ready to work with the new interim police chief.


Bill would prevent license suspensions over failure to pay traffic tickets

New York State could soon do away with a serious threat for people who’ve gotten traffic tickets.


Former Gates Chili student files CVA lawsuit against district, high school

A Child Victims Act lawsuit accuses a former Gates Chili High School teacher and coach of sexually abusing a female student.


Protesters rally outside Monroe County District Attorney's Office

Protesters with Free the People Roc are demanding the resignation of Monroe County District Attorney Sandra Doorley.


First Alert Weather: Showery pattern returns this week

Here's a look at the forecast for the upcoming days. 


Hill Elementary School student tests positive for COVID-19

A student at Hill Elementary School tested positive for COVID-19 according to the Brockport Central School District.


Consumer News: Amazon Prime Day is set, restaurants face new pandemic challenge

In consumer news, on Monday Amazon made it official.


Businesses prepare for Halloween celebrations during pandemic

Halloween costumes and candy are spread across stores, but picking out and trying on costumes will not be the same amid the COVID-19 pandemic.


Warren appoints new City of Rochester Chief of Staff

Brittaney Wells was appointed as the City of Rochester Chief of Staff effective immediately.


Monroe County names first-ever director of addiction services

Monroe County named its first-ever director of addiction services.


Rochester airport gets federal funding for improvement projects

The Frederick Douglass-Greater Rochester International Airport is getting some federal funding.


NY's COVID-19 positivity rate at 1.5%; Cuomo extends eviction moratorium

New York state's COVID-19 positivity rate is now up 1.5% as of Sunday, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced.


Man charged in murder of Wendy Jerome indicted by grand jury

A Monroe County grand jury indicted the man charged in the 36-year-cold case murder of a local teen.


Rochester Locust Club president discusses RPD interim chief appointment

Rochester Police Locust Club President Michael Mazzeo discussed the appointment of Cynthia Herriott-Sullivan as interim chief of the Rochester Police Department Monday. 


Man indicted for deadly shooting on Fulton Avenue

A Monroe County grand jury indicted a man charged in a deadly shooting in Rochester earlier this month. 


Undergraduate enrollment down across the country, SUNY preparing for impact

Undergraduate enrollment is down at colleges around the country, and the State University of New York system is preparing for a financial impact.


Woman seriously injured after being hit by car on Latta Road

Police are investigating after a woman was hit by a car in the Town of Greece.


Low-risk school sports start practicing Monday

After weeks of waiting, low-risk fall sports like soccer, swimming, gymnastics, golf and cross-country will begin practice starting Monday.


State police investigating serious motorcycle crash on Inner Loop

New York State Police are investigating a serious motorcycle crash in Rochester.


Lyons switches to virtual learning after positive COVID-19 case

The Lyons Central School District is going virtual on Monday after a confirmed COVID-19 case. 


RPD asking for help in missing person case

The Rochester Police Department is asking for the public's help in finding 13-year-old Zabriah Hyland. 


Good Question: Where does NY get its COVID data for the travel advisory?

Our good question for Monday has to do with the current travel advisory.


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As low-risk sports prepare, high-risk sports still on pause

As low-risk sports prepare, high-risk sports still on pause

Trump's tax revelation could tarnish image that fueled rise

President Donald Trump gestures while speaking during a news conference at the White House, Sunday, Sept. 27, 2020, in Washington. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)

Newark man on motorcycle dies after striking deer

Newark man on motorcycle dies after striking deer

Penfield High School basketball team under mandatory quarantine after COVID-19 case

Penfield High School basketball team under mandatory quarantine after COVID-19 case

2 teenagers stabbed on Chili Avenue

2 teenagers stabbed on Chili Avenue

With winter approaching, restaurants prepare to transition to indoor dining

With winter approaching, restaurants prepare to transition to indoor dining

Casa Larga lets visitors stomp grapes

Casa Larga lets visitors stomp grapes

Fairport warns students about suspicious emails

Fairport warns students about suspicious emails

Amid pandemic, many companies looking for seasonal workers early

Amid pandemic, many companies looking for seasonal workers early

NY Times: Trump paid $750 in US income taxes in 2016, 2017

President Donald Trump speaking during a news conference at the White House, Sunday, Sept. 27, 2020, in Washington. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)

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