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Harold Ford, Jr.: Will He or Won't He Run?

Possible U.S. Senate candidate Harold Ford, Jr. visited Rochester Thursday.

Why Passengers Get Limited Info About Pilots

WXXI Senior Correspondent Peter Iglinski looks at the limitations on what you can learn about who's flying your plane.

Senator Gillibrand Talks About Economy

U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand spoke in Rochester about the economy as she works to get elected to a full term in the Senate.

 

City Council's Carolee Conklin on Mayoral Control

The Finance Committe Chair talks about the possibility of Mayoral Control of Rochester Schools.

Soda Tax Still Planned for NY

Health Commissioner Dr. Richard Daines is Governor Paterson's top Lieutenant in the fight to win acceptance of a tax on sugared soft drinks.

The Rumor Mill: How it Works and Why it Matters

The recent headlines out of Albany have been about rumors: denials, diatribes and some would even say defamation.

Update on City's Plan for New Theater

The City of Rochester's project partners updated information about the plan to build a perfroming arts theater at the former Midtown Plaza.

Speaking Stones - Tracing History

Fri, 02/12/2010 - 8:30pm - 9:00pm

With renewed interest in genealogy, past generations and family history, WXXI's Need to Know shares the story behind a unique project on local history at the University of Rochester.

Another H1N1 Clinic Scheduled

The Monroe County Health Department has scheduled another H1N1 flu vaccination clinic for later this month.

Bankruptcy Judge Says Debts are Getting Bigger

Judge John Ninfo says more people are showing up in local bankruptcy court with more than $75,000 in consumer credit loans, which do not include mortgages, car payments, or borrowing for college.