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Gov. Andrew Cuomo last week signed “The Housing Stability and Tenant Protection Act of 2019” into law, a sweeping set of regulations that expand and extend protections to upstate New York.

You may have heard reports of people who've been charged for not only having drugs but for possessing things like scales and sandwich bags.

CHAPEL HILL, Tenn. (WZTV) - Video captured the epic fail of a gender reveal over the weekend in middle Tennessee. With his phone up and recording, Eli Stuard eagerly awaited to see the gender of his new grandchild at a home in Chapel Hill. As the video shows, that's when things didn't quite go as planned and a gender reveal party popper backfired. Courtesy Eli Stuard. Luckily Parker, Stuard's son, has since recovered, although he's still a little sore.

ROCHESTER, NY (WHAM) -Albany lawmakers are quickly approaching their Wednesday deadline to approve legalizing recreational marijuana. Part of the debate includes wording in the bill that essentially erases a person's criminal record if they were convicted of a marijuana-related crime. However, it's still unclear how lawmakers would go about expunging records. The bill would reportedly erase the records of about 300,000 people.

The U. S. Open winner is considered one of the most-liked guys on the PGA Tour. Sunday, Gary Woodland got to show nice guys can finish first. He came to the 18th with a two-shot lead – and decided to make it three. His birdie sealed the major championship – his first on tour. Not a lot of fans know Woodland, but a few months ago, people got an idea of what kind of guy he is when he had an interaction with…

The motto of every Rotarian is "service above self. " Paul DeCarolis exemplifies that, say those who know him. The chairmanof DeCarolis Truck Rental is the 82nd recipient of the Rochester Rotary Award. He was honored Monday at a reception at the George Eastman House. "The reason I joined Rotary is because they were involved with the polio, which my father had when he was a child," DeCarolis said.

New York became the 13th state to authorize driver's licenses for immigrants who entered the U.S. illegally under legislation approved by lawmakers and signed into law Monday night...

Next Tuesday is Primary Day in New York. News10NBC is highlighting the race for Rochester City School Board because it's important.

Tomorrow morning before the Assembly Judiciary Committee, Assemblyman Evan Low plans to argue for a resolution that tells religious leaders in California what they should preach from their pulpits.…

For the first time ever, New Yorkers will have the chance to vote early in the November general election.

Darien Center, N. Y. (WHAM) - Six Flags Darien Lake is looking to fill more than 500 various jobs for the 2019 summer season. The amusement park is holding open job recruiting sessions on Monday, June 17 and Saturday, June 22 from 11 a. m. to 7 p. m. at Six Flags Darien Lake’s human resources building. Anyone applying for any open position should apply online here to schedule their interview.

More than 30 million Americans have diabetes, but prices for prescription medication for diabetes have skyrocketed over the last two decades...

A local development company approved to bring luxury housing downtown has asked to change its plan...

LGBT activists and their allies have weaponized American courts and human rights commissions to attack Christian businesses that conscientiously object to expressing pro-same-sex-sentiments or participating in same-sex ceremonies.

Around 7,000 students in the Rochester City School District are preparing for their regents exams.

Two people were shot and wounded at a rally Monday for the NBA champion Toronto Raptors that turned into a stampede. Police said there were two arrests.

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Sheila Blasch, who survived a devastating car crash decades ago, is a frequent visitor to the Capitol in Albany, where she quietly protests abortion
Sheila Blasch, who survived a devastating car crash decades ago, is a frequent visitor to the Capitol in Albany, where she quietly protests abortion.
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There's a possible resolution in the bribery case against former state Assemblyman Joe Errigo, according to court records.

Rochester, N. Y. – New York State’s Luminate NY competition is now accepting applications for its third round of competition. The event highlights businesses in the areas of optics, photonics and imaging, provides mentoring and gives them the chance to compete for up to $1 million in funding. The competition solicits start-ups from around the world to compete. Applications for the next round will be accepted through September 23. They can be submitted here.