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03/27/2020 11:22 PM
Many people are looking for a change of scenery, especially after two weeks at home due to coronavirus closures. But, health officials are concerned that playgrounds are becoming breeding grounds.
Officials want anyone traveling from Westchester County, New York City or Long Island to report to the health department.
What if you were able to take home double or even triple your salary each year? Sounds pretty good, right? Well that's happening right here in New York state, and your tax dollars are paying for it.
Around the same time NewsChannel 13 launched #ColdCase13 - our series profiling unsolved crimes in the Capital Region, the College of Saint Rose was expanding its criminal justice program to include a Cold Case Analysis Center.
As the pandemic continues, questions abound and so do rumors.
The coronavirus is raising concerns not only for our physical health, but our mental health as well. Dr. Julie Morison from HPA/LiveWell is back with us to explain and help tamp down our concerns.
ROCHESTER, N.Y. (AP) - An upstate New York doughnut shop is featuring the likeness of the doctor leading the country's battle with coronavirus on its sweet treats.