Judge John Ninfo says more people are showing up in local bankruptcy court with more than $75,000 in consumer credit loans, which do not include mortgages, car payments, or borrowing for college.
Rochester Police Chief David Moore says statistics show a drop in the rate of major crimes in Rochester in 2009.
The recent headlines out of Albany have been about rumors: denials, diatribes and some would even say defamation.
First Lady Michelle Obama is launching a new effort to fight childhood obesity - and she spoke one-on-one with PBS' Jim Lehrer about her plans.
The small community of Clarence Center near Buffalo changed forever one year ago this week. WXXI News has a portrait of life after Flight 3407.
Todd Baxter took the oath of office Monday to start a new chapter in the troubled department.
As the Super Bowl arrives, problem gambling continues to be a growing issue for many in Rochester.
SUNY Professors are unhappy with the proposed budget and a possible change to how increases in tuition are decided.
Rochester's one-time largest employer gives investors the company's expectations in 2010.
A local expert talks about the data from Consumer Reports on infections inside hospitals.
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