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Called by some the "original Code Talkers", this is the story of the important role Choctaw soldiers played in WWI.
The incredible, untold story of Aleut Americans' decades-long struggle for human and civil rights.ï»¿
The journey of nine "peace climbers" from different faiths and cultures as they attempt to summit the tallest mountain in the world.
High profile races in Tuesday's Primary Elections included Rochester City School Board, two City Council districts, a few County Legislature districts and a couple of Town Supervisor contests.
Voter turnout was light in many districts as Democrats in the City of Rochester chose incumbents Malik Evans, Willa Powell and Melisza Campos and first-time winner Mary Adams to run on the party line in November's general election.
The story of Cruz Reynoso, the first Latino justice to serve in the state's highest court.
Former Congressman Dan Maffei says he'll try to win his old job back by running against incumbent Ann Marie Buerkle in 2012.
WXXI and our Voice of the Voter partners present one-on-one interviews with each of the candidates running in the Democratic primary for Rochester City School Board.
WXXI and our Voice of the Voter partners want to know what questions you'd like us to ask city school board candidates in a series of interviews that will air before the upcoming Democratic primary.
The U.S. Marine Corpsâ€™ first African American recruits recount the racism inside and outside the military, the rigors of basic training and the perils of combat action.ï»¿ï»¿
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