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The case of a fatal dirt-track accident involving the three-time NASCAR champion will be heard by a grand jury.
Cornell University has won the HEED award from INSIGHT Into Diversity, the largest and oldest diversity publication in higher education.
A battle between CBS and Rihanna over the use of one of her songs for an NFL broadcast keeps escalating.
State police are investigating a head-on crash along New York's Southern Tier that killed two women from Binghamton.
A body was discovered in a ditch near the Wal-Mart on Fairgrounds Memorial Parkway Tuesday morning.
Local State Senator Michael Nozzolio is calling for tougher sentencing laws and more severe punishment for violent felons, in light of recent violent crimes in Rochester and across the State.
The pair reportedly welcomed a baby girl last week.
UPS is almost doubling the number of seasonal employees for this year's holiday shopping season.
The U.S. announced a ramped-up plan to help tackle the Ebola outbreak, including a major deployment in Liberia.
At Board of Education meeting Monday night, some parents said they were concerned about district's actions, rumors regarding hazing incident
George Harrison's son Dhani will help honor his dad as part of "Harrison Week."
The 1983 classic is getting a new look for a new generation, picking up the story with the now-grown children of Clark and Ellen Griswold.
Campaigns traded swipes Monday less than two months before Election Day
Trail has been closed for six years due to ongoing repairs
Jay Z and Beyoncé dismiss rumors of baby No. 2 by posting a pic of the pair toasting with bubbly.
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The shirt sparked outrage for its blood-red dye and holes, in a look reminiscent of the infamous 1970 campus shootings.
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The FCC has received a record number of comments from consumers and lawmakers on proposed new Internet traffic rules.
People in 36 states could lose their health insurance under Obamacare, because of problems involving citizenship.