Autumn 2020 – Fall Begins

September 22, 2020

begins Tuesday, September 22 (today) TUESDAY Fall Begin 9:30AMMostly Sunny Cool (Rochester Rain 00.00-00.00”) (Rain 0%) (0” Accumulations Locally) High 60°- 65° SW 5-10   TUESDAY NIGHT Mostly Clear Chilly (Rochester Rain 00.00-00.00”) (Rain 0%) (0” Accumulations Locally) Low 55° W 5-10   Fall ends Monday, December 21

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19th Anniversary of 9/11

September 11, 2020

Rochester, New York 9/11/2020 Names on the 9/11 Memorial A Gordon M. Aamoth, Jr. S-49 Edelmiro Abad S-40 Marie Rose Abad S-34 Andrew Anthony Abate N-57 Vincent Paul Abate N-57 Laurence Christopher Abel N-32 Alona Abraham S-4 William F. Abrahamson N-7 Richard Anthony Aceto N-4 Heinrich Bernhard Ackermann S-55 Paul Acquaviva N-37 Christian Adams S-68 […]

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Usher Just Landed A 2021 Vegas Residency

September 7, 2020

Congratulations to Usher he announced that he’ll be headlining a residency at the Coliseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. Usher is expected to take the stage in sin City starting July 16th 2021. Usher is newest artist added with Vegas residency like other big name artist such as Celine Dion, Janet Jackson, Jennifer Lopez, […]

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Labor Day

September 7, 2020

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This Weekend Marks The Most Air Travel Since COVID-19

September 5, 2020

The TSA reported that over 800,000 travelers were  screened on Thursday, making it the busiest travel day since the coronavirus hit in March. Officials are predicting that Friday will be even busier, due to the long weekend.    In a press release, TSA Administrator David Pekoske said: “For travelers who have not flown since the beginning […]

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Now Streaming Big Sean’s Feature-Driven Album ‘Detroit 2’ [AUDIO]

September 4, 2020

Big Sean finally dropped his new album on Friday. The number of artists featured on the 70-minute masterpiece proves that everything he does is BIG! Stream ‘Detroit 2’ here. Just like everything else in the world, Covid19 has forced “Detroit Day” to be celebrated months later than normal. For Native Detroiters like myself, and Big […]

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Governor Andrew Cuomo Warns New Yorkers About Taking The Coronavirus Vaccine Approved By The Federal Government

September 4, 2020

How do you feel about taking a coronavirus vaccine?   The federal government recently announced that a coronavirus vaccine will be ready to distribute by November. Governor Andrew Cuomo warns New Yorkers to not take any vaccines approved by the federal government until it’s reviewed by the New York State Department of Health. Governor Cuomo […]

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New Jersey Confirms It’s First Black Woman To State Supreme Court

September 4, 2020

On Thursday, the Senate unanimously confirmed Fabiana Pierre-Louis to the New Jersey Supreme Court. Pierre-Louis is the youngest person and first Black woman to hold the title. The 39 year-old lawyer has a background in public and private practice and will be taking her position sometime next September, when the current justice finishes his term.   She was confirmed by a vote […]

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7 RPD Officers Suspended After Outrage Over Daniel Prude’s Death

September 4, 2020

Seven Rochester Police Officers are now suspended from the RPD as the investigation into Daniel Prude’s death continues. Mayor Lovely Warren made the announcement during a press conference Thursday afternoon. “Mr. Prude lost his life because of the actions of our police officers.” – Mayor Warren said. The names of the officers are Sgt. Michael […]

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Study Finds, Almost Half of Dating Teenagers Have Experienced Stalking & Harassment

August 17, 2020

According to a study, 48% of 12- to 18-year-olds who describe themselves as having had a dating partner in the past year have also experienced dating-related stalking and harassment. Not only can dating-related stalking and harassment cause anxiety and depression in teens, but it can also lead to serious forms of abuse should the relationship […]

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