Greece Police investigating after inappropriate pictures of teens surface on social media
GREECE, N. Y. (WHAM) - A cautionary message is coming from the Greece Police Department as they investigate inappropriate photographs of students circulating at one of the high schools. Police say the images show students in various forms of undress. "It's all together bad for the youngsters and for these people who are taking these images and sharing them out," said Sgt. Jared Rene,of the Greece Police Department.
Hemlock man allegedly drives with license suspended 18 times
Lakeville, N. Y. – A Hemlock man has been charged with driving with a license that had been suspended 18 times. Livingston County Sheriff’s deputies say they were called to Vitale Park last week for the report of a suspicious vehicle. No criminal activity was found, but deputies said they learned the driver of that vehicle, 27-year-old Justin Buzard, was found to be driving on a suspended license. Additionally, Buzard was charged with aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle.
Board of Elections: Early voting could be beneficial for voters
Rochester, N. Y. – Days after the State Senate and Assembly approved legislation that would allow for early voting in New York, Monroe County’s Board of Elections is optimistic the measure will help boost the number of people heading to the polls on Election Day. The measure would allow in-person voting up to 10 days before an election. In Rochester, Board of Elections Commissioner Thomas Ferrarese says he thinks the measure will increase voter turnout.
DOT prepares for weekend snow
Rochester, N. Y. – The Department of Transportation is watching this weekend’s forecast – which is calling for possible heavy snow. But with the storm still days away, time is on the DOT's side. Plows will be out, and the DOT says they will likely have, “all hands on deck. ” “What’s really nice about this upcoming event here is that we have some time to prepare,” explained DOT spokesperson Jordan Guerrein. “We have time to get our crews out, we have time to mobilize.
Los Angeles teachers union hints at new talks during strike
LOS ANGELES (AP) — The head of the Los Angeles teachers union hinted at contract talks resuming Wednesday as striking educators in the nation's second-largest school district protested outside hundreds of schools for a third day.
Syria attack kills 4 Americans, complicates withdrawal plan
WASHINGTON (AP) — A suicide bombing claimed by the Islamic State killed two U. S. soldiers and two American citizens in northern Syria Wednesday, less than a month after President Donald Trump declared he was pulling U. S. forces and that IS had been defeated. The attack, which also wounded three U. S.