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US Senator Charles Schumer (D-NY) is pushing for an alert system for Alzheimer's patients who go missing.
The Rochester City School District is announcing a new health insurance plan for employees and retirees.
Hospital officials are temporarily banning young visitors to protect patients from H1N1.
Area homeless shelters are seeing a significant increase in the number of families with children needing a place to stay.
The Empire Justice Center is filing a class action lawsuit against New York State on behalf of low-income families who receive subsidized child care.
Slowdown in office equipment purchases cuts into Xerox profits, but the company still beat Wall Street expectations.
The Great Lakes Commission is using stimulus money to track down sources of phosphorus in Lake Ontario.
NY Sen. James Alesi says Sen. Monserrate should not be automatically expelled following his conviction on a misdemeanor charge.
The Rochester/High Falls International Film Festival has a new name, a new look, and a new direction.
The Triphammer Grill in Rochester's High Falls neighborhood is closing down after 16 years.
Monroe County Executive Maggie Brooks is releasing her 2010 county budget proposal Tuesday morning.
Officials unveiled plans today for the $71-million Midtown Tower project, which includes residential and commerical space.
RPO Music Director Christopher Seaman is stepping down at the end of next season.
Governor David Paterson is proposing nearly three billion dollars in across-the-board spending reductions in the current year's budget.
President and CEO Vivian Schiller is guiding National Public Radio through challenging times.