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Something to keep an eye on Wednesday is the Supreme Court hearing June Medical Services v. Russo. The case in Louisiana could shape the way other states handle access to abortions. It won’t overturn the Roe v. Wade ruling but it could make it increasingly difficult for women to get abortions in states where abortion […]

Protesting during the national anthem is definitely not something new, but when power couple Beyonce and Jay-Z, as well as their daughter Blue Ivy, chose to remain seated for the song sung by Demi Lovato at the Super Bowl, they set tongues wagging. Although it’s been done by many others at many venues, such a […]

Written by Jasmine The 2019 Primary Elections have officially wrapped and some of the offices have changed in leadership. First and foremost, congratulations goes out to newly appointed Monroe County Court Judge Karen Bailey Turner! She made history last night by becoming the first African American to hold the position. Democrat Michael Dollinger won the […]

Written by Jasmine After the results from the primary election were so overwhelmingly in favor of the proposed Police Accountability Board, the Rochester City Council has opened the window for applicants who wish to serve in this new position. Applications will be accepted from now until Wednesday, November 27, 2019. Although the police union is […]

A Ukraine International Airlines Boeing 737 passenger jet crashed in Tehran, Iran Wednesday morning shortly after takeoff. The Kiev-bound airplane was carrying 176 passengers and crew, all of whom tragically lost their lives. Ukrainian and Iranian officials believe it was a mechanical issue that brought down the aircraft, just minutes after taking off from Imam […]

Written by DJ Sight There were a few upsets in this year’s Monroe County Primary Elections. Adam Bello pulls a victory over Cheryl Dinolfo to become the first Democratic Monroe County Executive in 30 years. Reports say, this year Monroe County had a larger turn out then past elections. This year was the 1st time […]

Written by DJ Sight Effective Wednesday, November 12th, a New York state law goes in effect that states people must be at least 21 years of age to buy tobacco products. Governor Andrew Cuomo announced this back in July and 16 other States are on board with raising the age to 21 for purchase of […]

Written by Jasmine California State Senator and Democratic Presidential Candidate, Kamala Harris, has proposed a bill that would extend school hours until 6 p.m. to align with working parents’ work hours. The Family Friendly Schools Act works to better support working families by eliminating the need for costly after school childcare and transportation. This legislation […]

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