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Patrick Mahomes is the best quarterback in the NFL, or at least the highest paid. The Kansas City Chiefs star won the Super Bowl in February (pre-pandemic) and was named MVP. Now, the Chiefs signed Mahomes to a 10 year, 500 million deal, keeping him in KC until the year 2031, $477 million guaranteed. According […]

Back in May, Christian Cooper uploaded a video that showed him asking a woman to put a leash on her dog. She proceeded to call the police, saying that a Black man was threatening her life. Amy Cooper, the woman in the video, has been charged with a misdemeanor for making false accusations when she […]

A COVID-19 Vaccine is set to start late stage trials where they can test to see how well the the drug works to not only treat, but prevent the coronavirus. Biotech company Regeneron has said that they have a unique double antibody solution during a press release on Monday. This vaccine is unique because it […]

One of the Frederick Douglass statues were removed from its base and damaged Sunday overnight. The crime has received national attention. To add insult to injury, it was on the anniversary of his famous speech “What To The Slave Is The Fourth Of July.” The statue was located in Maplewood Park. It stood where both […]

Dr. Colleen Fogarty, the Department Chair for the University of Rochester Department of Family Medicine let WROC know that it is still very important that people keep wearing masks to reduce the COVID-19 infection rate down. She stresses that there are confirmed scientific reports that justify the use of masks and face coverings stop the […]

Parents, as your kids prepare to head back to school, it is important to make sure their vaccines are all up-to-date. New York State requires all children, even those who are distance learning, to keep up with their shots. Last year, Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed a law removing non-medical exemptions from school vaccination requirements. Monroe County […]

Scientist are telling the World Health Organization that there are evidence that the Coronavirus can stay in the air in small particles and possibly be infectious in smaller quantities then previously reported. Over 200 scientist from 32 countries are saying to watch out for a possible airborne spread of the virus. Nobody really knows the […]

Don’t plan on getting Clorox wipes so easy anytime soon. With the demand of disinfectant products brands like Clorox that’s at the top of the chain. According to reports they won’t be fully stocked in stores until next year. Clorox wipes and other top disinfected brands have almost been just as valuable as money. With […]

Sports icon Michael Jordan, announced the first three partners that will receive donate $100 million over the next 10 years to racial equality organizations. The NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund Inc. will receive $1 million; Formerly Incarcerated & Convicted People and Families Movement will receive $1 million; and Black Voters Matter will receive $500,000. “I’m […]

As we get closer to the end of the week, the decision to reopen schools stays at the front and center of attention. Tonight at 6 p.m. The Rochester and Geneva City School Districts Board of Education will host a virtual meeting. When Superintendent Dr. Lesli Myers-Small last addressed these groups she assured that students […]


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