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The City of Rochester's project partners updated information about the plan to build a perfroming arts theater at the former Midtown Plaza.

The Monroe County Health Department has scheduled another H1N1 flu vaccination clinic for later this month.

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.

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.

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

Bill Cunliffe has gone from Gibbs Street to a Grammy - and he credits the Eastman School of Music for helping launch his career.

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 WXXI.org.

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