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  • Were players having sex on Catholic high school campus?

    Were players having sex on Catholic high school campus? LANCASTER, N.Y. (WIVB) — In early May, a promotional company sent out a news release detailing a lawsuit set to be filed on behalf of two star players at St. Mary’s High School. The claim was the players were expelled…

  • Protesters shut down E. Main Street at rush hour

    Protesters shut down E. Main Street at rush hour Rally held to remember India Cummings, Rochester woman who died in Erie County Holding Center            Source: Rochester New York Latest News Protesters shut down E. Main Street at rush hour

  • SUNY Poly searched by AG's office in growing probe

    SUNY Poly searched by AG's office in growing probe An office at the SUNY Polytechnic Institute was raided Thursday by the state Attorney General’s Office amid a widening probe into the state’s economic-development projects.            Source: Rochester New York Latest News SUNY Poly searched by AG's office…

  • Mercy EMS finds permanent home in Concord

    Mercy EMS finds permanent home in Concord CONCORD, N.Y. (WIVB)- An ambulance battle in the Town of Concord and the Village of Springville that started almost a year ago is finally over. Mercy EMS, the ground ambulance portion of Mercy Flight of Western New York, was trying to get a permanent…

  • Buckle up in back seat? AAA wants it

    Buckle up in back seat? AAA wants it A bill pending in the Legislature would make all riders wear seat belts in the back seat.            Source: Rochester New York Latest News Buckle up in back seat? AAA wants it

  • Halfmoon crash fatal, troopers say

    Halfmoon crash fatal, troopers say HALFMOON — State Police say a crash on Route 146 this afternoon was deadly. The collision happened before 3 p.m. Thursday on the highway between Farm to Market Road and Route 4. Source: Times Unition Halfmoon crash fatal, troopers say

  • Feds spend billions to run museum-ready computer systems

    Feds spend billions to run museum-ready computer systems WASHINGTON (AP) — The government is squandering its technology budget maintaining museum-ready computer systems in critical areas from nuclear weapons to Social Security. They’re still using floppy disks at the Pentagon. In a report released Wednesday, nonpartisan congressional investigators found that…

  • Seat belts in the back seat? AAA wants new law

    Seat belts in the back seat? AAA wants new law A bill pending in the Legislature would make all riders wear seat belts in the back seat, regardless of age.            Source: Rochester New York Latest News Seat belts in the back seat? AAA wants new law

  • NY authorities raid office of lobbyist tied to Cuomo, SUNY

    NY authorities raid office of lobbyist tied to Cuomo, SUNY ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — The New York attorney general’s office has raided an office on SUNY Polytechnic’s Albany campus that was used by a lobbyist with deep connections to Gov. Andrew Cuomo. A spokesman for SUNY Polytechnic says it…

  • Death of Schenectady teen still a mystery 21 years later

    Death of Schenectady teen still a mystery 21 years later Leaves had been stuffed in her mouth, and her corpse had no bullet holes and no stab wounds, according to Times Union clips from the time. Police said the case remains an open and active investigation and are encouraging…