Rochester, New York

Rochester Police Department was also responsible for the handcuffing and pepper spraying of a 9-year-old Black girl last month.
Two other officers in Rochester, New York, were placed on administrative leave for their roles in a disturbance in which the child was forced into a police car.
A man and a woman were killed at a backyard gathering. No suspects were in custody as of early Saturday afternoon.
"The Daily Show" host served up some hard truths about the demonstrations.
“As a man of integrity, I will not sit idly by while outside entities attempt to destroy my character,” Chief La'Ron Singletary said in a statement.
Prude, a 41-year-old Black man, died a week after Rochester police put a spit hood over his head and held him down until he stopped breathing.
Mayor Lovely Warren suspended the officers involved in the death of Daniel Prude, 41, in March.
The statue was ripped from its base on the 168th anniversary of one of Douglass' most famous speeches condemning slavery.
The New Yorker confessed he had symptoms when his wife started to get sick after giving birth. Strict visitation measures have since been enforced at the hospital.
Rochester's Donuts Delite created the treat as an homage to the infectious diseases expert, who has been a voice of clarity during the coronavirus pandemic.
More than 400 cases have been brought against the Roman Catholic Dioceses of Rochester since August. Other dioceses are considering bankruptcy too.
The gesture is meant to show gratitude to the icon of women's suffrage on Election Day.
Rochester Mayor Lovely Warren invited Jaisaan Lovett to give his speech on the city's YouTube channel.
They insist they're not urging members to opt out of unions ― they're just showing them how to do it.
He won the Pulitzer Prize, the National Book Award and the National Book Circle Critics Award all in the same year.
Exposing the faces of hate is a righteous undertaking.
“I want to honor women who fought their entire lives to open the doors for women like me. Women who still don’t have enough space in history books.”
More than 80 Jewish centers have received at least 120 threats since the beginning of the year.
Overall, statistics show a 55 percent rise in hate crimes in New York City since 2016.