Ontario County Deaths Linked to H1N1 Flu

Ontario County public health officials link two adult deaths to H1N1 flu.

H1N1 Flu Cases - and Concerns - are Increasing

Fri, 11/13/2009 - 8:30pm - 9:01pm

Vaccine supplies are trickling in, but a growing number of area residents are coming down with the flu.  Host Julie Philipp talks to Monroe County Medical Society executive director Nancy Adams.

NPR Coverage of the Fort Hood Memorial Service

Tue, 11/10/2009 - 2:00pm

Talk of the Nation's Neal Conan will host special coverage of the memorial service.

Lawmakers Convene in Albany

The NYS Senate and Assembly are convening in special sessions today to work on the budget and other issues.

Monroe County Health Officials Announce H1N1 Clinics

Monroe County officials are scheduled to announce a series of vaccination clinics today.

Center City Initiative To Get Funding

Tonight, Rochester City Council is expected to accept state funds to kickstart the series of projects.

MVP & URMC Mum on Contract Negotiations

As area workers choose their health benefits for 2010, one of the region's largest health care providers has yet to reach a provider agreement with MVP Health Care.

Need to Know: The Culture of Violence in Rochester

Fri, 11/06/2009 - 8:30pm

What factors contribute to violent behavior?

Joint Session, Extraordinary Session

WXXI Capitol Bureau Correspondent Karen DeWitt previews Monday's joint session of the NYS Legislature, and Tuesday's "extraordinary session" of the legislators.

Mayor Duffy Asks Senior Staff to Resign

Rochester Mayor Robert Duffy is asking his senior staff to resign, and then reapply if they are interested in keeping their jobs.