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Past articles by Kayla:

Buffalo Starbucks employees strike over new benefits not being extended to unionized stores

They informed corporate in a letter early Thursday morning they’d be striking for the day. → Read More

Buffalo bars and restaurants prep for New Year’s with COVID limits

Local bars and restaurants in downtown Buffalo are getting ready to host crowds again: before, during, and after the New Year’s Eve ball drop. → Read More

New York animal rescue groups bring in animals from Louisiana

BLASDELL, N.Y. (WIVB) — The Ten Lives Club brought in several cats from Louisiana Monday night to clear out shelters for animals displaced by Hurricane Ida. Dozens of cats and dogs were brought to Buffalo from areas affected by the storm. Some of them will be taken in by Ten Lives Clubs fosters, but some […] → Read More

Transition of power: Hochul in office tips the balance for women, upstate

NEW YORK (NEXSTAR) — In her first address since Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s resignation, Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul said she’s already rolling up her sleeves. Her ascension to the new role is historically significant for many reasons, and one of the most notable is that upstate native Hochul will become New York’s first woman governor. Hochul’s […] → Read More

Advocates want prevention centers to combat overdoses, encourage recovery

Advocates say these facilities would give people who use drugs a safe place to do so and prevent death. → Read More

Absentee, early voting, or polling site? What you need to do to vote in upcoming local primary races

Primary Day is just around the corner and there are several races happening in the local city and towns. → Read More

Risk of dying from COVID-19 far exceeds 1-in-a-million vaccine blood clot, Rochester doctor says

In a joint statement Tuesday, the CDC and FDA said they were investigating unusual clots in six women that occurred 6 to 13 days after vaccination. The clots occurred in veins that drain blood from the brain and occurred together with low platelets. All six cases were in women between the ages of 18 and 48. → Read More

Narcan and overdose training over Easter weekend

All this, amid some positive news, opioid overdoses are down in Monroe County. Last month, there were 57 overdoses, 12 were fatal. One year ago in March, there were 80 overdoses and 17 of them fatal. → Read More

Rochester dog facing euthanasia wins Top Dog award as owner awaits appeal

The pitbull in Ogden that’s accused of biting a jogger last summer has been crowned the Roc Top Dog. → Read More

College students nervous to take on student loan debt as U.S. crisis reaches $1.7 trillion

The United States student debt crisis is up to $1.7 trillion. Some students in Upstate New York are struggling with attending college and being thousands of dollars in debt years later and said cancelling student debt would help immensely. → Read More

Trooper who rescued 2-year-old on mountain: ‘She wouldn’t let go’

New York State trooper Brian Hotchkiss saved a missing two-year-old girl from the top of a mountain in South Bristol on Saturday. → Read More

Can fully vaccinated people still catch COVID?

Dr. Lesho also said he’s seen a trend of younger people not wanting to get the vaccine and he said he encourages everyone to get it. He said every age group is important to reach herd immunity. → Read More

Restaurants now open at 75% capacity, feel left out of curfew lift

Beginning April 5, gyms, movie theaters, bowling alleys, casinos, and billiards halls will be able to stay open past 11 p.m. → Read More

Rochester Regional wants 65+ population for COVID vaccine immune response study

Rochester Regional Health is looking for people 65 and older to enroll in a study looking at immune responses to the COVID-19 vaccine. → Read More

Rochester-area assemblyman sponsoring bill to allow mental health counselors to diagnose patients

Assemblyman Harry Bronson is sponsoring a bill that would give mental health counselors the ability to diagnose patients. Currently, all mental health counselors in New York state can’t legally diagnose patients without a psychiatrist or other provider signing off. → Read More

Many nursing homes still closed to visitors as 14-day rule remains a barrier

Many nursing homes in the Rochester area still haven’t been able to welcome visitors back. → Read More

Taking action against unemployment benefits fraud

(WSYR) — Stefanie Heath was shocked to find a letter from the New York State Department of Labor when she opened her mail a few weeks ago. The letter stated, Heath said, “That I had applied for benefits from x-date to x-date, and that I was approved for them, and they were under the pandemic […] → Read More

Former New York mall transforming into community center late summer

Part of the former Irondequoit mall is getting closer to welcoming people inside again as it becomes the new community center in town. → Read More

Education migration: Families going from public to private schools for full in-person learning

Some local superintendents say they’ve seen changes in enrollment during the pandemic. → Read More

Neighbor helps 3 escape Rochester house fire

Officials said due to damage, the home will not be livable. → Read More