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Retailers Scramble as New York Moves To Ban Flavored E-Cigarettes

By Associated Press New York State Vape shops in New York are scrambling to respond to Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s plan to prohibit the sale of flavored vaping products — a


GM Workers Strike in Rochester

By Spectrum News Staff Rochester Nearly 50,000 United Auto Workers walked off the job and onto the picket line. It’s happening at more than 30 plants around the country, including


Bills Sweep the Meadowlands By Taking Down Giants

By Associated Press New Jersey EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) — Somewhat maligned Josh Allen ran for a touchdown, threw for another, and the Bills claimed the bragging rights of New


Man Trump Once Dubbed ‘My African-American’ Quits the GOP, President Responds

By Tanasia Kenney The man President Donald Trump once called “my African-American” is bidding the Republican Party adieu. Gregory Cheadle, 62, now has his sights set on a seat in


Rochester Remembers Eddie Money

By Lowell Rose Rochester People across the country are mourning the death of 70-year-old rock icon Eddie Money. The legendary star with connections to Rochester died Friday after a battle


U.S. Marshal Nominee Withdraws Name From Consideration

By Ryan Whalen Buffalo The Trump administration’s nomination for the next U.S Marshal for the Western District of New York has withdrawn his name from consideration. The president nominated Peter


Rep. Collins Denied Appeal To Dismiss Case

By Spectrum News Staff Western New York Rep. Chris Collins, NY-27, was denied an appeal in federal court. It all has to do with the insider trading charges Collins was


Man Pleads Guilty in Deaths of Sodus Mother, Toddler

By Spectrum News Sodus The man accused of killing his girlfriend and her young son in Sodus has pleaded guilty to causing their deaths, according to Wayne County Sheriff Barry


City Marks 18 Years Since September 11th Attacks

By Spectrum News Staff Manhattan NEW YORK – Wednesday marks 18 years since the September 11th terror attacks. The city’s annual memorial ceremony, including the reading of the victims’ names,

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Laura Ingraham Can’t Cut to Commercial Fast Enough After Guest Defends Jemele Hill’s Call for Black Athletes to Attend HBCUs

The article, written for The Atlantic this week, has drawn the ire of folks on on the right, including Ingraham, who accused Hill of advocating for the “re-segregation” of America.


Deceased Priest, Boy Scout Mentor Named in Child Victims Act Lawsuit

By Spectrum News Staff Rochester A new lawsuit filed under the state’s Child Victims Act claims a member of the Diocese of Rochester who also served as a mentor for


Monroe County Issues Vape Advisory

By Lowell Rose Rochester NY Monroe County has issued an advisory asking people to stop using all electronic cigarette and vape products until an investigation into recent illnesses is complete. 


Substance in Envelope Causes Reaction at Monroe Co. Jail

By Spectrum News Staff Rochester The Monroe County Crime Lab is working to analyze what was inside an envelope that caused a reaction in the jail deputy who opened it.


Teenager Arrested for Stealing Unmarked Cop Car

By Spectrum News Staff Rochester A teenager accused of stealing an undercover police car was in court Tuesday morning. Geoffrey Rogers, 17, pleaded not guilty to grand larceny and other


Ginsburg Discusses Supreme Court, Law Career at Kleinhans

By Brandon Lewis Buffalo United States Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg made good on her promise that she would visit Buffalo. She made that promise to her friend, Wayne