Monthly Archives: January 2019

  • Homicides: Tale of 3 Capital Region cities

    Homicides: Tale of 3 Capital Region cities SCHENECTADY – No guns were used to kill people in Schenectady and Troy in 2018. While that’s a positive statistic, it comes with a tragic sting: The only homicides that took place in those cities last year were cases of infanticide —…

  • Coast Guard seeks 2 missing from capsized vessel off Florida

    Coast Guard seeks 2 missing from capsized vessel off Florida JUPITER INLET, Fla. (AP) — The U.S. Coast Guard is searching for two missing boaters who were on a vessel that capsized near South Florida. The Coast Guard says the 18-foot (5.4-meter) vessel was carrying 11 people when it…

  • Sabres center Eichel ruled out after leaving in 1st period

    Sabres center Eichel ruled out after leaving in 1st period BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — The Buffalo Sabres say captain Jack Eichel went to the dressing room in the first period of Monday’s game against the New York Islanders and will not return. It’s unclear what caused Eichel to leave…

  • Buffalo Bills' Derek Anderson is good for Josh Allen and the coaches

    Buffalo Bills' Derek Anderson is good for Josh Allen and the coaches Bills General Manager Brandon Beane says Josh Allen Isn't the only person who benefited from Derek Anderson's experience.            Source: Rochester New York Latest News Buffalo Bills' Derek Anderson is good for Josh Allen and…

  • Former Oneonta firefighter lost his life rescuing family from a fire

    Former Oneonta firefighter lost his life rescuing family from a fire ONEONTA (WBNG) — Family members say John Heller saved his fiance and four young boys from his burning apartment early Saturday morning. Relatives say the 38-year-old got his fiance and his nephews out of his third-floor apartment, but…

  • Ring in 2019 in a safe way, authorities say make a plan

    Ring in 2019 in a safe way, authorities say make a plan (WBNG) — Authorities want to make sure you have a safe night this New Year’s Eve. They suggest you secure a ride home for after the ball drops. “New Year’s Eve has a lot more people going…

  • The Latest: Wet throngs welcome 2019 in Times Square

    The Latest: Wet throngs welcome 2019 in Times Square NEW YORK (AP) — The Latest on New Year’s Eve celebrations in Times Square (all times local): 12:05 a.m. Throngs of soggy revelers have greeted 2019 after a rainy night in New York City’s Times Square. Fireworks and the drop…

  • The Latest: Times Square bidding wet goodbye to 2018

    The Latest: Times Square bidding wet goodbye to 2018 NEW YORK (AP) — The Latest on New Year’s Eve celebrations in Times Square (all times local): 7:10 p.m. Miserable weather hasn’t stopped revelers from packing Times Square for New York City’s New Year’s Eve celebration. A drenching rain fell…

  • More than a year after deportation, Reginald Castel receives pardon from Gov. Cuomo

    More than a year after deportation, Reginald Castel receives pardon from Gov. Cuomo A year after being deported, Reginald Castel received a pardon that may allow him to return from Haiti to his wife and children in Rochester.            Source: Rochester New York Latest News More than…