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Rochester N.Y. - A Henrietta man agreed to a plea deal Friday for fatally stabbing his brother at a Henrietta restaurant last September.
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Wegmans Food Markets is donating more than $1 million to a Buffalo-area children's museum that plans to open a new facility on the city's Lake Erie waterfront in two years.
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The Gerswhins' Porgy and Bess continues on stage at Shea's Performing Arts Center Friday evening.
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"When we would go along the canal and see it full she would say, 'My that hotel is full," said Kitchen, "Well the word was wrong, but the intent was quite right, because it had been raining and the canal was almost up to the banks.
The City of Rochester wants to hear your suggestions for the name of the new street and plaza created by the redevelopment of the Midtown site.
The St. Patrick's Day Parade and 5k race in downtown Rochester is forcing RTS bus routes to be altered temporarily.
The city's head of environmental services, Karen St. Aubin, says the focus has shifted away from the main drags to residential streets and other targets.
A government contract with Rochester Optical is expected to support 160 jobs in Rochester, according to democratic N.Y. Senator Charles Schumer.
They say pollution from the fire should not impact healthy people, but could affect the elderly, children or the ill.
The day after Rochester first blizzard in 15 years, many school districts in Monroe and surrounding counties closed for the second day.
A lone pedestrian crosses Monroe Ave in near white-out conditions, Wednesday, March 12, 2014 in Rochester, N.Y. Many business and government offices closed early ahead of a winter storm.
For years, many Americans followed a simple career path: Land an entry-level job.
Rochester, N.Y. - Six years ago, whiteout conditions were blamed for a 36 car accident that caused the death of one person along the stretch of Interstate 390 just east of the airport, near the Scottsville Road exit ramp.
Some of our Facebook fans posted questions for 13WHAM's meteorologists Mark McLean and Jeff Najder about Wednesday's blizzard and they responded.
Misconduct in scientific research dates back to Ptolemy in 2nd Century A.D. who declared that he had recorded measurements - which he couldn't possibly have - to show that the earth was at the center of all celestial bodies, including the sun.