Suspect In Custody After 4th Of July Mass Shooting In Illinois

July 5, 2022

Police have a suspect in custody related to the 4th of July mass shooting in High Park Illinois. Police identified the alleged shooter as Robert Crimo as the suspect involved at a 4th of July parade. The suspect was taken into custody Monday evening after a short  chase in North Chicago. The shooting left 6 […]

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Big Brawl On Carnival Cruise Ship After Beause Of Cheating

July 1, 2022

A huge brawl broke out in a night club on a carnival cruise ship in New York City with more than 60 people. The brawl happened after 2 significant others accussed their partners of cheating. Reports say some passengers were injured during the scuffle but security was able to get everything under control. Click Here […]

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Supreme Court Decision On Roe v. Wade, Leads To Vasectomies Increase

July 1, 2022

Ever since the US Supreme Court’s decision to reverse Roe v. Wade. Urologists have seen an increase in the number of men seeking vasectomies. The Washington Post reported that doctors in the US had observed an increase in men seeking the procedure following a court ruling that limits or completely bans abortion in some states. […]

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Amazon Limiting The Number of Plan B Sold

June 30, 2022

Amazon is limiting how many emergency contraceptives consumers can buy. This comes following the Supreme Court decision overruling Roe v. Wade. Amazon temporarily capped purchases of the contraceptives at three units per week. The company did not share further details on what emergency contraceptive products were limited for purchase, but a listing showed the cap […]

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Red Wings Hosts Mental Health ‘International Walk’

June 30, 2022

This week, Rochester Red Wings employees are participating in the Intentional Walk off the field for a good cause. Team staff members are taking turns walking or running on a treadmill around the clock at Frontier Field to benefit mental health care. The team’s goal is a total of 500 miles during the six-day walk, […]

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British Scientist Believes New Drug Could Extend Human Lifespan

June 29, 2022

A British Scientist named Andrew Steele believes a new drug that removes senescent aka zombie cells that could help extend humans lives up to the age of 150 – 200 years old. The pills destroy the cells and is already in the testing stage for humans and could be on the market within the next […]

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Wegmans Recalls Vidalia Onions

June 28, 2022

If you’ve purchased Vidalia onions by the pound June 23-24 at Wegmans stores across upstate New York, Massachusetts, and the Erie, Pa. area, you’re going to want to toss those onions. They have been recalled due to potential listeria contamination. The onions may have a 4-digit PLU sticker on the product 4159 or 4166. All […]

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United and Healing through Monroe County Organizes Food Drive for Buffalo Community

June 27, 2022

Over the weekend, organizers of United and Healing through Monroe County announced their food drive concluded with food distribution on Saturday at the Tops Friendly Markets parking lot in Buffalo. The local organization partnered with the Rochester Red Wings, the Rochester Amerks, and the First Student Bus Company to coordinate the food drive since June […]

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NYS Speaks on Roe V. Wade

June 26, 2022

After the overturning of Roe V. Wade by the Supreme Court on Friday, New York State lawmakers are weighing in on the court’s decision. Despite SCOTUS the ruling, abortion remains legal in New York State and will continue to remain legal. Over the past several years, the state has passed legislation that expanded abortion rights, […]

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Microsoft Confirms Xbox Controller Shortage

June 22, 2022

For the last couple of years Consumers have been dealing with product shortages from everything to hygiene productsAnd food now the latest shortage is a good and bad thing. Microsoft has confirmed that there’s a shortage of xbox controllers. The company did say you may be able to find pre-owned  controllers on Amazon but you […]

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