Monthly Archives: September 2016

  • Jeremiah's, Boxcar Doughnuts food trucks ready to roll

    Jeremiah's, Boxcar Doughnuts food trucks ready to roll Also, Papa Gig’s, one of Rochester’s early food trucks, is ready to put on the brakes.            Source: Rochester New York Latest News Jeremiah's, Boxcar Doughnuts food trucks ready to roll

  • Brandon Walker gets 22 years for Louis Haynie slaying

    Brandon Walker gets 22 years for Louis Haynie slaying ALBANY — A 22-year-old Albany man was sentenced Friday to 22 years in state prison for the fatal stabbing last fall of Albany High School senior Louis Haynie, prosecutors said. Brandon Walker pleaded guilty on June 10 to one count…

  • Man in critical condition after Sander Street shooting

    Man in critical condition after Sander Street shooting 29-year-old city man was shot multiple times; listed in critical condition.            Source: Rochester New York Latest News Man in critical condition after Sander Street shooting

  • Amsterdam pair arrested in gun investigation

    Amsterdam pair arrested in gun investigation Sievers had access to the home, authorities say, and in an interview told deputies that he took the guns and gave them to 42-year-old Gregory J. Insogna, of Gorski Street in Amsterdam, in order to sell. Both men were charged with general business…

  • Records reveal nursing home attacker had violent tendencies

    Records reveal nursing home attacker had violent tendencies BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) — When Ruth Murray was sent to Emerald South nursing home, it was assumed the 83-year-old would live out her days in peace. Instead, she met a violent end at the hands of another resident of the facility,…

  • Colombian rebel discovers soft beds and iPhones after 20 years in the jungle

    Colombian rebel discovers soft beds and iPhones after 20 years in the jungle pEL DIAMANTE, Colombia – “Do you want to see my gun?” Yurluey Mendoza asked about 90 minutes into our conversation./ppNow we were getting somewhere. This was the guerrilla equivalent of being invited inside for coffee./ppWe were…

  • The cobalt pipeline: From dangerous tunnels in Congo to consumers’ mobile tech

    The cobalt pipeline: From dangerous tunnels in Congo to consumers’ mobile tech pKOLWEZI, Congo — The sun was rising over one of the richest mineral deposits on Earth, in one of the poorest countries, as Sidiki Mayamba got ready for work./ppMayamba is a cobalt miner. And the red-dirt savanna…

  • BU start-up to move to downtown Endicott

    BU start-up to move to downtown Endicott The Town of Union Local Development Corporation has approved a loan that will help create jobs, according to a press release. Source: Binghamton NY Latest News BU start-up to move to downtown Endicott

  • Lyons Falls woman pleads guilty to forgery

    Lyons Falls woman pleads guilty to forgery pLOWVILLE — A Lyons Falls woman has admitted to forging a signature on a check nearly one year ago./ppHeather K. Gorczyca, 43, of 6627 Burdicks Crossing Road, was arraigned Monday in Lewis County Court on a charge of second-degree forgery and pleaded…