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Ending the R-Word in the ROC
Rochester rallied to stop the use of the R-Word - specifically" retard" or "retarded" - on Wednesday. It's part of the Spread the Word to End the...
Coming up on Connections: Thursday March 6th
12 noon: Political roundup 1pm: If all of Rochester read one book...
State Assembly Votes To Delay Parts Of The Common Core
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — After nearly four hours of debate, New York's Assembly passed a bill that would delay portions of the Common Core education...
Connections: The GM Bailout
It’s been five years since the federal government intervened to try to save the American auto industry. Has it worked? Just a couple of months ago,...
Assembly Debates Common Core Moratorium
The New York State Assembly is debating a bill to delay some of the effects of the state’s Common Core learning standards. Assembly Speaker Sheldon...
Facebook Tightens Policy On Gun Sales
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) Under pressure from gun control advocates, Facebook agreed Wednesday to delete posts from users seeking to buy or sell weapons...
$500,000 in Microloans Announced for Rochester Entrepreneurs
Area start-ups will soon have a new source of loan funding. Wednesday, First Niagara Bank, Pathstone, and the City of Rochester jointly announced a...
Connections: Interview With County Democrats' Carrie Andrews
Carrie Andrews joined us in studio to talk about how Democrats view the ongoing investigation of LDCs. Andrews has called for a legislature-led...
Astorino Makes it Offical, He's Running
Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino announced on You Tube his candidacy to run as a Republican against Governor Cuomo. Astorino, a Republican...
Former CDC Official Says America May Have Turned the Corner in the War on Obesity
Speaking at the University of Rochester today, a national expert on obesity control says we may be at a turning point in the war on obesity in...
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