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Police: Man takes photos of dead woman in New York motel, steals her dog
Gates, N.Y. (WHAM) - Police in Gates, New York arrested a man Thursday after investigators said he broke into a dead woman's motel room, stole her dog and left without telling anyone she had died.
York power outage blamed on cut tree limb falling on wires
––– UPDATE, 3:45 p.m.: National Grid’s latest estimate for power restoration to customers affected by the power outage in the town of York is 5:30 p.m. More than half of National Grid’s customers in the Town of York are without power this afternoon.
Troopers: Man tried to kill Wyoming County sheriff
A Wyoming County man is accused of trying to kill the Wyoming County sheriff early Tuesday morning, the New York State Police announced. Lynn M. Hall, 48, of Castile is charged with attempted first-degree murder, attempted first-degree assault, and second-degree criminal possession of a weapon, each
Goat tests positive for rabies in Livingston Co.
LIVINGSTON, NY (WROC) - A goat has tested positive for rabies in Livingston County. Health officials say a state laboratory confirmed the positive test in northern Livingston County on December 8.
Le Roy town justice allegedly struck a 9-year-old child, State Police says
A town justice in Genesee County is accused of striking a 9-year-old child, the New York State Police announced Tuesday. John R. Duyssen, 50 of Stafford is charged with endangering the welfare of a child and second-degree harassment, each misdemeanors, after he alleged injured a child after hitting
Rochester man found with crack cocaine in Livingston County
Livingston County (WHAM) - A Rochester man is facing multiple charges after being found with drugs in his vehicle. The Livingston County Sheriff's Office arrested 23-year-old Alexander Beddia on Friday. Beddia was stopped on Interstate 390.
Speedway buys Express Mart stations, stores in upstate New York
Ten area Express Mart gas stations and convenience stores are now part of the Speedway network, after the parent companies of the two brands completed a larger transaction involving 78 stores across Upstate New York.
Wyoming County Sheriff injured in roadside altercation
Gregory Rudolph, the Wyoming County Sheriff, is recovering after suffering minor injuries during a roadside altercation, Tuesday morning. According to the New York State Police, Sheriff Rudolph was involved in some type of incident with another man along a road in Attica.
Retired sheriff's deputy arrested, charged with striking and injuring 9-year-old
LEROY, N.Y. (WKBW) - A former Genesee County Sheriff's deputy has been charged with striking a 9-year-old child, causing injuries. Child Protective Services informed the Bureau of Criminal Investigation about the child abuse case. An investigation revealed that 50-year-old John Duyssen allegedly str
Kidz Toyz and Billboard a Musical Combination
New York, NY, December 10, 2018 – Kidz Toyz, a leading innovator in children’s toys, is pleased to announce a new license agreement for the U.S. and Canada with the Billboard® brand for a full line of musical instruments. Kidz Toyz will embrace the heritage of the Billboard brand that parents and co
Law and Order: Le Roy woman with previous conviction accused of driving while impaired by drugs
Roberta Ann Goodman, 51, of East Main Road, Le Roy, is charged with driving while ability impaired by drugs -- with a previous conviction, a Class E felony. On Dec. 9 at 10:09 a.m., the Genesee County Emergency Dispatch Center received multiple calls of a motor vehicle being driven erratically westb
Town Judge charged with endangering welfare of a child
A Genesee County town judge finds himself on the wrong side of the bench after being charged with endangering the welfare of a child and harassment. State Police say they were made aware of a case of possible child abuse from Child Protective Services. The investigation revealed John Duyssen, 50, of
Rifle Falls Out of Truck — Still Missing
A gun, still in its case, is being sought after it fell out of a truck at the corner of North Rd. and 20A in Geneseo on Dec. 5. The hunter who lost it turned around to pick it up, but someone had already taken it.
Law and Order: Hutchins Street man with two DWI convictions and no license arrested for DWI, jailed without bail
Jeremy G. Ives, 43, of Hutchins Street, Batavia, is charged with: felony DWI -- two previous convictions; aggravated unlicensed operation in the first degree; and following too closely. Ives was arrested at 6:23 p.m. on Dec. 8 on West Main Street in Batavia after a traffic stop. Ives was allegedly f
Fire departments honor chief killed in snowmobile crash
ROCHESTER (WROC) - Fire departments are honoring a firefighter killed over the weekend. Tom Hetherington, the assistant fire chief in Middlesex and the former Churchville fire chief, died in a fatal snowmobile accident on Friday night.
Wingin’ It: Knew York Knish
Serves: 3-4 Active Time: 1.5 hours. Pinch of garlic powder (optional) 1⁄2 teaspoon turmeric (optional) Cheese, sliced (your pick, I used cheddar) Prepare the dough**: Mix eggs, baking powder, salt and vegetable oil in large mixing bowl (also garlic and turmeric if you elect to use those).
Sheriff’s Arrests for the Month of November
Listed below are arrests made by the Livingston County Sheriff’s Office for the month of November:. Dakota J. Dauphinee, 18, Conesus, NY, was arrested November 22, charged with Harassment 2nd Degree. Following LC-CAP arraignment, Dauphinee was released on his own recognizance to appear in answer to
Truck rollover shuts down Union St. in Chili
CHILI, NY (WROC) - One person was taken to the hospital after a truck rollover in Chili. Firefighters are currently on scene working to clean-up the crash. Crews were called Union Street along Black Creek Park just before 2 p.m. for the accident.
Liberty/Central rezoning starts the clock on Teen City's 'aggressive' timeline
--------------- Now that the rezoning of several parcels owned by City Church’s St. Anthony’s campus on Liberty Street is finally official, leaders of the Teen City project are rolling up their sleeves to expedite the transition of the Batavia Youth Bureau from its current MacArthur Drive location.
The undocumented farm workers pushing New York for a life line — the right to drive
In the rural parts of the state farm workers struggle for access to basic needs like food and medical care. Public transit barely exists, rides can cost a full day’s pay and for safety walking isn’t an option. Workers hope that the upcoming NY legislative session, beginning in January, will pass a b