(CBS News)- They came, they saw, they blinked. The House of Representatives passed a bill on Tuesday funding the Department of Homeland Security through the end of September, effectively ending a congressional standoff that nearly shut the department down at the end of last week. The bill, identical to a measure that cleared the Senate last Friday, passed by a
Rochester, NY (WROC)- An arrest has been made in a 15-year-old Rochester cold case. Police say 41 year old Roderick Johnson shot and killed John Williams on Bernard Street in August 2000. Johnson is currently serving a state prison sentence for killing Felton Henderson on Tacoma Street in Rochester in October 2000.
Arcadia, NY (WROC)- State Police are stepping up their efforts to find a missing Arcadia woman. Kimberly Rouland, 32, has not been located since her husband initially reported her missing on February 9th. Today, police handed out fliers and searched with multiple units, including a helicopter, to locate Rouland. According to investigators, Tom Rouland, the missing woman's husband, is not
Rochester, NY (WROC)- Rochester Mayor Lovely Warren says no one knows our neighborhoods better than the faith community and that is why their support of the new five section patrol model is so important. The mayor made the announcement inside New Life Fellowship Church on Wellington Avenue. The city is in the process of transitioning from a two section patrol
Rochester, NY (WROC)- Today is National Pancake Day! All day, IHOP is giving away free short stacks of pancakes. Locally, you can get these goodies at the Henrietta and Irondequoit locations. All they ask for in return is a donation to the Golisano Children's Hospital. "Ah man I was very excited came the first ones into the door, last ones