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Deputies: Farmington teen struck child on school bus in Ontario County
Deputies arrested a Farmington teen on child endangerment charges following an investigation into an incident on a local school bus. According to authorities, a 17-year-old was charged with endangering the welfare of a child after he struck a juvenile on a school bus on February 13th.
SECTION V GIRLS HOOPS: Livonia, Bath both advance to quarterfinals.
LIVONIA — The Lady Bulldogs have a date with top-seeded Batavia Friday night. That’s because the No. 8 seeded Lady Bulldogs took care of business Tuesday night with their 43-31 victory over No. 9 Greece Olympia in Section V Class B1 first round action at the Tom Downey Gymnasium.
Marren: Teamwork results in Ontario County successes
CANANDAIGUA — Challenges await Ontario County in the year ahead, but based on the accomplishments made in 2018, county leaders and residents will be able to successfully meet those challenges.
New York State Court of Appeals: Public allowed to see police body camera footage
NEW YORK (AP) — Police body camera footage is subject to public disclosure under New York law, a state appeals court ruled Tuesday. The Appellate Division panel rejected a police union’s argument that body camera footage constitutes a personnel record and is therefore covered by a state law keeping
Livonia Resident Named To The 2018 Fall Dean’s List At Miami University
Reid Mattle was named to the dean’s list at Miami University for the 2018 fall semester. Miami University students who are ranked in the top twenty percent of undergraduate students within their division for first semester 2018-2019 have been named to the dean’s list recognizing academic performance
Tractor-trailer overturns on County Road 48 in Ontario County (photos)
An accident involving a tractor-trailer was reported a little before noon in Ontario County. Hopewell Fire Department and other first responders were called to the intersection of County Road 48 and FReshour Road for a crash involving a tractor-trailer, which was carrying a tank.
Driver hospitalized after one-vehicle crash in Livonia
The driver of a pickup truck was transported to Strong Memorial Hospital via ambulance Tuesday morning after being extricated from the scene of a serious accident in Livonia. Emergency personnel from Livonia, Lakeville and Hemlock were dispatched to Gray Road between Lima-Livonia Townline Road and S
Ontario County attorney charged with witness tampering wants case tossed
Two men facing attempted murder charges, an attorney charged with witness tampering and a confidential informant out on bail — it’s not your typical case for Ontario County Court.
Sheriffs oppose legalizing marijuana across New York
Joining sheriffs and police chiefs from across the state, the sheriffs of Ontario, Seneca, Wayne, and Yates counties are voicing their opposition to legalizing recreational marijuana.
Police: Alcohol may have been factor in crash involving Trailways bus
ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WHEC) -- Police are looking into if alcohol was a factor in a crash involving a Trailways bus. Officers say a car ran a red light at the intersection of Clinton Avenue and Main Street in downtown Rochester and slammed into the bus around 3:45 a.m. Wednesday.
Wheatland-Chili students practicing green chemistry
JoAnne Iovoli applies the principles of green chemistry in her Advanced Placement biology, chemistry, plant science and landscaping classes. She goes green because it reduces the use of chemicals used and chemical waste generated, teaches each student a safe sustainable way to learn a lesson, is saf
Presidential history, Ontario County style
A little piece of presidential memorabilia was hidden in the home of Wilma Townsend, the curator at the Ontario County Historical Society. Jammed behind the wall and wainscoting in the kitchen of the Townsend’s 1906 house was a tiny political pin that spelled the name “Hoover.” The brass artifact wa
Geneseo Police Department Reports Two Arrests
Chief Eric Osganian reports that the Geneseo Police Department had the following activity:. by Covered Wagon Tours, A Division of Niagara Scenic Tours - 5 days ago. Casey White, age 17 from Geneseo, NY was charged with criminal possession of stolen property. It is alleged the White was in possession
Group of co-workers claims largest jackpot in New York State Lottery history
CBS NY - The ticket to the largest Mega Millions jackpot in New York State Lottery history was claimed Tuesday. The eighth-largest Mega Millions jackpot in history now belongs to a group of 23 co-workers who came forward anonymously in January to form an LLC named, appropriately, "New Life 2019."
Rochester approves new Goodman section RPD substation
ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WHEC)- On Tuesday, the Rochester City Council approved a new Goodman section police substation. The city council says while some families will need to move, many in that community stand behind the new substation, including Cheryl Robinson.
Case of 'zombie deer disease' confirmed in New York state
ONEIDA COUNTY, N.Y. (WHEC) -- The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has issued a warning about "zombie deer disease" that affects deer, elk, and moose. As of January, 24 states have reported cases of Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD), according to the CDC, including a reported case in Oneida Co
Bail jumping takes Geneva abuser from bad to worse
CANANDAIGUA — A Geneva man will spend 1-3 years in state prison for beating up his girlfriend and then bail jumping. On Tuesday Russell Carlson, 40, pleaded guilty to felony second degree bail jumping and misdemeanor criminal contempt. During victim impact statements the victim stated that she still
New York pediatricians make T-shirts to combat anti-vaccination movement
A pediatric office in New York drew national attention this week after a photo of employees wearing T-shirts to combat the anti-vaccination movement went viral. The photo shows Kate Shand, a physician’s assistant at the Legacy Pediatrics in Rochester, and her colleagues wearing shirts that read "vac
City moves forward with plans for $30+ million RPD sub station
ROCHESTER, N.Y. - Critics of the city's plan to move forward with a new RPD sub station feel that more than $30 million is a lot of money, and money that could be better spent elsewhere.
Rochester's Roots: Retired NFL star Roland William
ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WHEC) -- Roland Williams was on top of the football world. The Rochester native helped the St. Louis Rams win the Super Bowl. While he did his fair share of celebrating, he knew that his path to get to the top took a long time.