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NY senators push to toughen texting at wheel law

New York's Senate Republicans promise to push legislation that would allow police to stop and ticket motorists for texting while driving. Using a portable electronic device while at the wheel of a moving vehicle in New York is currently a secondary offense, which means that a person can't be pulled Full story

Soggy April saw record rains in six northeast cities

April was the rainiest on record in six of the cities monitored by climatologists at Cornell University. The Northeast Regional Climate Center says the oldest record broken was in Huntington, W.Va., where 9.98 inches of rain easily topped the 8.53 inches recorded in 1901. Williamsport, Pa., had 10.0 Full story

Power restored to all RG&E customers

More than 1,600 customers were without power Tuesday morning. RG&E says 1,656 customers in Brighton, Penfield, Pittsford and Rochester have now had their power restored. We are still waiting on the cause of the outage. Full story

Brother Wease holds benefit in honor of teen killed in fire

A local radio host held a benefit Tuesday morning in honor of a Macedon teenager killed in a fire. Michael Hall Jr. was a student at Pal-Mac High School and an accomplished piano player. Brother Wease's show broadcasted live from the Dunkin Donuts on Penfield Road this morning. Hall's father, who Mi Full story

Maggie Brooks headed to the White House

County Executive Maggie Brooks is headed to the White House today. Brooks will meet with senior administration officials to talk about pressing matters that currently face county governments across the nation. The meeting, which came at the request of Brooks through her position as president of the Full story

Key hearing for Greece man in George W. Bush threat

Lawyers are still holding out hope of reaching a pre-trial deal for a Greece man charged with threatening to kill, kidnap or harm former President George W. Bush. If the case isn't settled, Ian Rotunno's preliminary hearing in U.S. District Court in Rochester on Tuesday could trigger a grand jury in Full story

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