New York, NY (WROC) - A doctor in New York City has tested positive for Ebola, CNN reports. Craig Spencer, a 33-year-old Doctors Without Borders physician, returned from West Africa just over a week ago. He developed a fever, nausea, and pain Wednesday night. Spencer has been isolated at Bellevue Hospital in New York City.
Some Rochester City School District workers are fed up. They rallied for higher wages and fewer cuts at Thursday night's school board meeting. More than 100 strong, bus drivers, cafeteria workers, security officers, and other uniionized workers let their voices be heard at Thursday night's city school board meeting. They've been working without a contract since July 1st and are
Rochester, NY (WROC) - Some workers at the Rochester City School District are rallying for higher wages and fewer cuts. Custodians, school bus drivers, and security guards gathered outside the RCSD Board of Education's Thursday night meeting, trying to get a new contract with the district. BENTE Local 2419 President Dan DiClemente says school support workers need a 2.9 percent raise,
Brockport, NY (WROC) - The Special Olympics has special ties to upstate New York. On Thursday, the College at Brockport officially announced it will host the summer games, 35 years after it hosted the international games, back in 1979. Officials expect 2,000 athletes to compete in this summer's games. The state games also bring a lot of fanfare, but for athletes,
Perinton, NY (WROC) - Modern day explorers are hard to find. Most everything has already been discovered. But, a group of retired men from the Rochester area are proof that there is still plenty to be uncovered. "We're writing the final chapter of that ships history," said Jim Kennard. Below the surface of Lake Ontario lies a window to the