Thursday, December 25, 2014


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Vigils Held to Remember West Webster Tragedy

Local Vigils are reminding us about a deeper meaning to the holiday spirit. People gathered in the greater Rochester area to say 'thank you' to the heroes that make this a happier holiday for all of us. Time Warner Cable reporter Breanna Fuss shows us what the remembrances were all about. Updated 12/24/2014 10:30 PM

A Wayne County man faces numerous charges, following a crash Tuesday, the result of a high speed chase through two counties. As Seth Voorhees reports, a mother of three, an innocent bystander, was killed.

Updated 12/24/2014 09:29 PM

Smith Discusses New Role as Rochester Mayor's New Communications Manager

In the New Year, a familiar name in local government and politics will take over a key position at Rochester City Hall. James Smith has been chosen to head Mayor Lovely Warren's communications office. Time Warner Cable News reporter Mary McCombs caught up with Smith to talk about his recent appointment.

12/24/2014 09:43 PM


Prognosis for Parkinson's: New Speech Therapy Produces Big Results

Many Parkinson's patients feel like they lose their voice -- both figuratively and literally. One of characteristics of the illness is a softer voice and slurred speech. In part three of the series Prognosis for Parkinson's, Katie Gibas shares more about a new kind of speech therapy that's producing big results.

12/24/2014 09:52 AM

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Hard Work Behind-the-Scenes for Christmas Orders

While families everywhere prepare and enjoy holiday meals, there are folks busy behind the scenes making sure that food goes from the fields, to the warehouse and to the kitchen table. Time Warner Cable News reporter Wendy Mills has more on what it takes to get those holiday food deliveries where they need to go, on time. 12/24/2014 10:02 PM


Canandaigua Theater to Show "The Interview"

Western New Yorkers who are curious to see the controversial film "The Interview" can do so starting tomorrow at a theater in Ontario County. 12/24/2014 12:32 PM


Quad A For Kids Replaces McFadden

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