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8 years for guns supplier in firefighter deaths
A house burns Monday, Dec. 24, 2012 in Webster, New York. A former convict set a house and car ablaze in his lakeside New York state neighborhood to lure firefighters then opened fire on them, killing two and engaging police in a shootout before killing himself while several homes burned.
Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
The Webster Public Library is looking for Lego donations to use for their children's programs. Any donations would be greatly appreciated! So poke into those closets and up in the attic and pull out those old, unused collections.
Dozens line the streets as procession heads to White Haven Memorial Park
Dozens of people lined up to pay their respects as Officer Daryl Pierson's remains were escorted by hundreds of Rochester Police officers to his final resting spot at White Haven Memorial Park in Pittsford. Respect has no boundaries, people old, young men and women lined Fairport Road as the procession made its way to the cemetery.
Breast cancer and hope
The number of women living with metastatic breast cancer in the U.S. is estimated to be over 150,000, and Sheri Delmonte-Maloney is one of them. She is a 36-year-old single mother of four and lives in Webster, NY.
Parents upset over bus stop in front of home owned by sex offender;...
After almost a year of battling their school district for a safer bus stop, tonight, parents are the winners.
Students head back to school in Webster
The first day of school is underway in Webster. Our cameras were at Spry Middle School this morning.
Students head back to school Tuesday
Students in Brighton, Kendall, Rush-Henrietta, Victor and Webster are among those starting a new school year.
Feds want 10 years for buyer of guns used in rampage
While Nguyen likely did not know that firearms she bought for William Spengler Jr. would be used in an ambush of volunteer firefighters, she did "place two tactical military-style weapons in the capable hands of a man who she knew had already killed his own grandmother," say court papers filed Thursday by Assistant U.S. Attorney Jennifer Noto.