First Alert Weather: Snow winding down as we drop the Yellow Alert Wednesday afternoon

First Alert Weather: Snow winding down as we drop the Yellow Alert Wednesday afternoon

HOT DOG!: Red Wings, Monroe County to team up for 'pop-up' vaccine clinic at Frontier Field, offer free hot dog coupon

HOT DOG!: Red Wings, Monroe County to team up for 'pop-up' vaccine clinic at Frontier Field, offer free hot dog coupon

Deputies: Parma man arrested for stealing catalytic converters from business

Strong National Museum of Play breaks ground on new expansion project

Genesee, Orleans counties offer Pfizer vaccine appointments for Thursday, Saturday

Garland announces sweeping police probe after Floyd verdict

The announcement comes a day after former officer Derek Chauvin was found guilty of murder and manslaughter in George Floyd's death last May.

After Chauvin verdict, community leaders think of Daniel Prude

Community leaders say they're overwhelmed by a Minneapolis jury's decision to convict Derek Chauvin.

Legal observers call Chauvin verdict a bigger victory for prosecutors than expected

Local legal observers say the case against former Minneapolis Police officer Derek Chauvin was extremely strong although they called it a bigger than expected victory for prosecutors.

Red Wings GM frustrated with state increasing capacity at indoor venues but not outdoor venues

Sporting venues like Frontier Field have the lowest capacity limits despite being outside. Currently, they can only fill up 20% of their stadium with fans.

Good Question: Are they really splitting my recycling?

If you didn't know, Thursday is Earth Day. To go along with that, let's answer something that comes up from time to time.

Columbus police officer fatally shoots girl swinging knife

Officials with the Columbus Division of Police showed a segment of the footage Tuesday night just hours after the shooting took place in a neighborhood on the city's east side.

One Pittsford 4th grade lesson said slaves took 'trip' to America and 'agreed' to work

Tuesday, the Pittsford Central School District pulled a worksheet the district says was used in one 4th grade class on one day in January. 

Rochester area reacts to Chauvin verdict

Many in Rochester are reacting after former Minneapolis Police officer Derek Chauvin was found guilty on all counts Tuesday.

Schumer calls to legalize marijuana at the federal level

Sen. Maj. Leader Chuck Schumer Tuesday reiterated his call to legalize cannabis at a federal level, which happened to coincide with "4/20", the unofficial holiday for all things marijuana.

Police: 64-year-old man shot on Joseph Avenue

Police say a 64-year-old man was shot on Rochester's north side Tuesday night.

CDC advisory committee to make decision on resuming J&J COVID-19 vaccine Friday

The European Medicines Agency concluded Tuesday there is a possible link between the Johnson & Johnson vaccine and rare blood clots, but that the benefits outweigh the risks.

RPD releases statement ahead of announcement of Chauvin verdict

The Rochester Police Department Tuesday released a statement ahead of the announcement of the verdict in the Derek Chauvin trial asking protesters not to engage in acts of violence or crimes during any protest or gathering.

Crews preparing for snow Tuesday night into Wednesday morning

Wednesday's anticipated burst of winter weather has road crews switching from their spring equipment to winter.

DA's Office: Hilton principal accused of sexual abuse indicted on 'at least 1 felony charge'

Northwood Elementary School principal Kirk Ashton has been indicted by a grand jury on at least one felony charge.

Officials urging those facing eviction to file for emergency assistance ahead of moratorium's end

City and county officials are urging people facing possible eviction to apply for emergency rental assistance.

Coronavirus in Monroe County: 189 new cases confirmed, county updates deaths

According to the Monroe County Health Department, more than 60,100 people in the county have tested positive for COVID-19.

SUNY Brockport vaccinating students with Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine after J&J pause

SUNY Brockport is taking another shot at vaccinating students.

Consumer Alert: Everything from the price of Pampers to rental cars is going up

Today's consumer alert concerns the price of parenting.

Webster Police identify motorcyclist killed in crash, driver charged

A motorcyclist died from his injuries after a crash in Klem Road in Webster Monday night and a driver is facing vehicular manslaughter, as well as other charges.

Yellow Alert Day coverage: The snow's a' falling

It's April 21, and we have flakes flying in Rochester.

2021 Corn Hill Arts Festival canceled due to COVID-19

For the second year in a row, the Corn Hill Arts Festival will not take place due to COVID-19.

Pittsford superintendent apologizes for 'highly insensitive' 4th-grade worksheet on slavery

The superintendent of the Pittsford Central School District is apologizing for a worksheet in students' notebooks that inaccurately depicted slavery during Colonial Times.

Standardized testing underway despite pushback

The shortened exams are part of a February decision by The United States Department of Education to allow districts to adjust their testing, but not cancel it.

First Alert Weather: Snow Wednesday, gone by Friday

We still have a late season snowfall in the cards for the entire area on Wednesday.

Police: 1 killed, 2 wounded in shooting at Long Island grocery store

One person was killed and two people were injured in a shooting a Long Island grocery store, Nassau County police said Tuesday.

EU agency links J&J shot to rare clots, says odds favor use

The agency said these rare blood disorders should be considered as “very rare side effects of the vaccine.”

US-Canada border closure extended to May 21

The border closure for nonessential travel between the United States and Canada is now in effect through at least May 21.

Yellow Alert: Accumulating wet snow Wednesday

A Yellow Alert remains up for Wednesday, with snow developing tonight.

Chauvin guilty of murder and manslaughter in Floyd's death

The jury of six white people and six people who are Black or multiracial was set for its first full day of deliberations.

Crews: 3 chickens killed in Perinton house fire

Crews went to the scene of a home on Mason Road near Misty Meadow Way just before 10:30 a.m. after a neighbor noticed the home was on fire. 

State Police revisit 1983 cold case murder in Orleans County

On Oct. 29, 1983, the body of Shari Lynne Ball was found by a hunter, several feet off the shoulder of State Route 63 in the Iroquois National Wildlife Refuge in the Town of Shelby.

White House backs bill that would make DC a state, could be renamed after Frederick Douglass

A statement from the White House Tuesday says granting statehood would provide residents of the district with "long-overdue full representation in Congress."

New York State Police cracking down on impaired drivers on 4/20

Troopers say NYSP is adding patrols to crack down on any impaired drivers.

NY bill allowing tenants to take out of state landlords to court now awaiting governor's signature

A bill passed by the Senate on Monday would allow out-of-state landlords to be taken to small claims court in New York State.

LIVE VIDEO: Jury begins deliberations in Derek Chauvin trial

Watch live coverage of the trial of Derek Chauvin, the former Minneapolis police officer charged in George Floyd's death.