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Apr 1st 2014 6:28 am by news

The New York Legislature has passed a $140 billion election-year budget that expands pre-kindergarten statewide and provides tax relief to homeowners and corporations. The Senate passed the budget around 10:30 p.m. Monday and the Assembly approved  «Full Post»
Apr 1st 2014 6:25 am by News

Kwasi Enin, a senior at William Floyd High School in Shirley, New York, applied to all eight Ivy League Universities--Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Brown, University of Pennsylvania, Columbia, Dartmouth, and Cornell--and was accepted to all of them. "  «Full Post»
Apr 1st 2014 6:11 am by news

WASHINGTON (AP) -- Beating expectations, President Barack Obama's health care overhaul was on track to sign up more than 7 million Americans for health insurance on deadline day Monday, government officials told The Associated Press. The 7 million  «Full Post»
Mar 31st 2014 8:52 am by News

The Obama administration's health care website is stumbling under heavy traffic on deadline day for sign-ups. Visitors to HealthCare.gov on Monday morning saw messages that the site was down for maintenance. At times the visitors were also dir  «Full Post»
Mar 31st 2014 7:53 am by News

In the Rochester School District, where problems are many and miracle solutions hard to come by, one basic idea has the potential to change the narrative: Get parents involved. When mom and dad help with homework, visit the classroom and make sure th  «Full Post»
Mar 31st 2014 7:22 am by News

WASHINGTON -This is the college acceptance season -- frequently a nervous time for high school seniors. But D.C.'s Avery Coffey can relax. He applied to five Ivy League universities and all five accepted him. Coffey attends Benjamin Banneker Acade  «Full Post»
Mar 31st 2014 5:48 am by News

New York state health officials say more than 782,000 people have enrolled for health insurance statewide under President Barack Obama's health care overhaul. Monday marks the deadline for open enrollment through the state's health plan marketpla  «Full Post»
Mar 28th 2014 6:30 am by News

The government's estimate of autism has moved up again to 1 in 68 U.S. children, a 30 percent increase in two years. But health officials say the new number may not mean autism is more common. Much of the increase is believed to be from a cultural  «Full Post»
Mar 27th 2014 6:40 pm by News

We have learned of a new phishing scam in which taxpayers receive emails purporting to be from the Taxpayer Advocate Service (and bearing our logo). The email contains a bogus case number and says: "Your reported 2013 income is flagged for review  «Full Post»
Mar 27th 2014 9:58 am by News

The first meeting between President Barack Obama and Pope Francis lasted nearly an hour today and Obama described himself a "great admirer" of the pontiff. The two were scheduled to meet for half an hour, but their private discussion lasted 52 min  «Full Post»
Mar 27th 2014 9:53 am by News

25 warrants were executed in different locations in an attempt to recover[stolen] property and take suspects into custody The video shows one suspect being arrested. The search warrants were served in 25 different locations including private homes, s  «Full Post»
Mar 27th 2014 9:47 am by News

Hundreds came out to a town hall meeting Wednesday night about the future of Rochester's East High School. Parents, teachers, faculty and staff met to discuss the options given to the district by the state under the goal of improving academic progre  «Full Post»
Mar 27th 2014 9:13 am by news

BALTIMORE -- When the City Sports running store opened here in 2006, then-manager Cami Walker found himself "begging people to come in." The store was one of the first in the new Harbor East neighborhood near the popular Inner Harbor tourist zone.  «Full Post»
Mar 27th 2014 9:05 am by News

WAKE FOREST, N.C. -- Janette Simon has four chicken legs and five kids to feed. Her freezer is bare. And her latest trip to the food pantry yielded little else for dinner this night: a bag of day-old croissants, a box of Corn Flakes, and some cann  «Full Post»
Mar 26th 2014 6:19 am by news

The president of Rochester City School District's board discussed strategies Tuesday proposed to improve student safety. This comes after student fights and arrests at area high schools last week, and after the November conviction of former teache  «Full Post»
Mar 26th 2014 6:13 am by News

Jim Scheible remembers the heydey of Kodak Park. "I started in '52 and retired in '86." His father worked there, and his son's been at Kodak for over 30 years. But that was then. "This is my own personal opinion. I think the future's bleak  «Full Post»
Mar 26th 2014 6:13 am by News

Jim Scheible remembers the heydey of Kodak Park. "I started in '52 and retired in '86." His father worked there, and his son's been at Kodak for over 30 years. But that was then. "This is my own personal opinion. I think the future's bleak  «Full Post»
Mar 26th 2014 6:12 am by news

Former Rochester Police Chief, James Sheppard, has a new position. He will be the Program Administrator for the New Beginning School. It's a partnership of the Rochester City School District and the Center for Youth. It is open to young men, w  «Full Post»
Mar 26th 2014 6:06 am by News

WASHINGTON -- President Obama has extended the health care exchange deadline for those who start the process before March 31, Health and Human Services officials say. "Open enrollment ends March 31," said Julie Bataille, Centers for Medicare and M  «Full Post»
Mar 25th 2014 9:27 am by News

PHILADELPHIA -We first told you about this story Wednesday on "Good Day." A high school senior gives up a free ride to college to pursue a rap career. Now, we're hearing from the young man himself. Jay Harris is one of the top high school footb  «Full Post»
Mar 25th 2014 9:11 am by news

The American Diabetes Association is working to increase awareness of the disease Tuesday during the 26th annual Diabetes Alert Day. The goal of the campaign is to help people determine their risk of developing pre-diabetes, also known as type 2 diab  «Full Post»
Mar 25th 2014 9:06 am by News

Nick Cannon has been busy promoting his new album, "White People Party Music," which hits stores on April 1. However, he may have taken his album title a bit too seriously... http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/03/24/nick-cannon-whiteface_n_5022676  «Full Post»
Mar 25th 2014 8:21 am by news

More than $15-million have been added to help improve student achievement. It's all part of the city school district's budget proposal for the upcoming school year. Superintendent Bolgen Vargas says young students will get more support to read  «Full Post»
Mar 25th 2014 6:48 am by News

Former TV court judge Joe Brown was arrested on Monday, March 24, after he allegedly became verbally abusive while representing a client in a child support case in Memphis, Tenn., reports TMZ.  «Full Post»
Mar 25th 2014 6:39 am by news

Two people died after a shooting at Naval Station Norfolk, Monday night. Public Affairs Officer Terri Davis said the incident occurred at approximately 11:20 p.m. at Pier 1. Davis tells WAVY News 10 the fatalities are one sailor and one civilian.  «Full Post»
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