Professors Protest in Albany

SUNY Professors are unhappy with the proposed budget and a possible change to how increases in tuition are decided.

Kodak Annual Meeting Features Look Ahead

Rochester's one-time largest employer gives investors the company's expectations in 2010.

A Closer Look at Hospital Infection Report

A local expert talks about the data from Consumer Reports on infections inside hospitals.

NY Budget Deficit Grows by $750M

Governor David Paterson says the state is in even worse financial shape than originally thought.

Buffalo Plane Crash Prompts Frontline Investigation

Fri, 02/05/2010 - 8:30pm - 9:01pm

Last year's deadly plane crash in Buffalo shed a harsh light on to the regional airline industry and its pilots.  PBS Correspondent Miles O'Brien joins us to talk about a PBS Frontline investigation, Flying Cheap, which airs next week on WXXI.

Need to Know Previews FRONTLINE's Investigation into the Buffalo Plane Crash

Fri, 02/05/2010 - 8:30pm

Correspondent Miles O'Brien talks about his upcoming FRONTLINE report where he investigates last February's Flight 3407 crash and the cost of Flying Cheap.

Mayoral Control Week on 1370 Connection: Parents, Experts & Politicians

The City of Rochester postponed four public forums to discuss the proposed Mayoral Control of Rochester's schools. WXXI has already begun to host the debate on our air on here on

LIVE Webcast: NTSB Hearing on Buffalo Plane Crash

Last year's deadly plane crash near Buffalo is the focus of a hearing you can watch now via a LIVE webcast.

Latest on New Theater from RBTL's Rothschild

Rochester Broadway Theatre League Board Chair Arnold Rothschild gives an update on the latest developments in choosing a new theater site.

Poverty: It's Not Just An Inner City Problem Any More

Tue, 02/02/2010 - 1:00pm - 2:00pm

A majority of the Rochester area's poor now live outside the city...who are the suburban poor? Why are they falling out of the middle class? And what can be done for all the area's poor, urban and suburban, to help them rise? We ask Elizabeth Kneebone, principal author of a Brookings Institution study on suburban poverty, to discuss her findings.