McDonald’s Hamburgers Got People Going Crazy Too

September 13, 2019

Written by DJ Sight Two Florida men lost their cool when they went to McDonald’s and received a cold hamburger. Reports say the man brandished a gun and yelled, “I don’t play around with my food!” You would’ve thought he was trippin’ about a Popeyes chicken sandwich going to that extreme. Read more about this […]

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New Rights For N.Y. Sex Abuse Survivors

September 13, 2019

Written by Atu The Zero Abuse Project, a leading nonprofit dedicated to stopping child sexual abuse and providing assistance to survivors, will host an event with District Attorney for Monroe County, Sandra Doorley, on Wednesday, September 18th in Rochester. The event will focus on the changes to the statute of limitations requirements for child sexual abuse […]

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Michael Jordan Helps Out With Relief Donations To The Bahamas

September 11, 2019

Written by DJ Sight Michael Jordan is donating one million dollars to help people in the Bahamas after hurricane Dorian ripped through the islands last week. I guess it’s safe to tell kids it’s OK to be like Mike. Read more about this story here. Statement From Michael Jordan pic.twitter.com/JIcPGE8y2C — Estee Portnoy (@esteep) September […]

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9/11

September 11, 2019

Written by Jasmine I can remember exactly where I was on Tuesday, September 11, 2001. It was a school day and I was in Ms. Perlo’s 4th grade class. I remember the day being kind of chaotic, there was an anxious energy in the air and no one knew what was to come. Being the […]

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Updates in the Geoffrey Rogers Case (Video)

September 11, 2019

Written by Jasmine Geoffrey Rogers, teen journalist and creator of GSL Show, found himself in the midst of a developing story after he allegedly stole an unmarked police car and threatened a man with a BB gun. He is currently charged with grand larceny, unauthorized use of a vehicle, menacing, and false reporting of an […]

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Monroe County Jail Deputy Rushed To The Hospital

September 10, 2019

Written by DJ Sight A Monroe County jail deputy had to be rushed to the hospital over the weekend after coming in contact and having a negative reaction to some kind of substance that was in an envelope. The situation is still under investigation. Read more about this story here.

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RCSD Students Received Chromebooks

September 5, 2019

Written by DJ Sight Well for the first time ever, Rochester City School District students in grades 9-12 received Chromebook laptops. Some students will even receive free internet service if eligible. This is an effort involving the One Million Project Foundation and a great start for the new school year. Students in the Rochester City […]

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Jam Squad Recap: Taste of the Bahamas Hurricane Relief Fundraiser

September 5, 2019

Written by Jasmine On Wednesday, September 4th the WDKX Jam Squad made their way over to Taste Of The Bahamas restaurant located at 4705 Lake avenue, right by Charlotte Beach. The owners and staff had it in their hearts to host an impromptu benefit at their restaurant to raise money for those affected by the […]

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Urban League of Rochester’s FREE Adult Reentry Programs

September 6, 2019

Written by Jasmine Are you a resident of the city of Rochester over the age of 18 who has been recently incarcerated? Are you looking to reenter the work force or continue your education? If you answered yes to these questions then the Urban League of Rochester has a FREE program just for you! Today […]

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You Better Stop!

September 3, 2019

Written by DJ Sight There may be changes to some schools buses in the state of New York. Some districts in the state will be implementing cameras on the stop arm of the buses. The state says they estimated at least 50,000 drivers illegally pass school buses every day and, with the cameras on the […]

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