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Body recovered from Lake Ontario
The Coast Guard recovered a body from Lake Ontario after it was spotted by a fisherman. Police searched the same area recently for Rochester Institute of Technology student Max Maisel, 21, who has been missing since Feb. 22.
» Alleged Rochester ISIS recruiter facing new charges
» Police find body in water near Charlotte Pier
» Bus monitor investigated for 'conversations'
» Woman accused of starving dog to death
» Driver indicted after death of Dansville baby
» Three people charged for counterfeit bills
» East Rochester village officials to remove hundreds of trees
» Mufid Elfgeeh accused of assaulting deputies
» Federal agents raid smoke shop in Batavia
» Fatal crash in Wyoming County
» Amish kidnapping suspect to change plea
» Car crashes into Rochester cafe
» Two hurt in rollover crash
» Brighton Central School District to extend school day
» Mixed feelings for some after state tests
» ROC protests over minimum wage
» 'Fight for 15' Rally to Raise Wages
» WNY couple announces pregnancy with Vanilla Ice parody
» Sentencing in gambling ring case Wednesday
» Giuliani will speak at Fisher commencement
» No bail for now for woman in child porn case
» Is the RTS Transit Center safe?
» Dem leaders back Frankel for county exec
» City seeks input on budget, dealing with $38 million gap
» Cuomo vetoes some budget spending
» Parolee arrested on Grand Larceny charges
» Amerks' Pysyk given the go-ahead to return
» RCSD demands names of opt-out teachers
» Nguyen denied parole
» Teen stabbed in Transit Center fight
» 3D printer helps save woman's life
» Gender pay gap won't go away
» Stingray cell-phone trackers have been used here
» ROC City district sued in bullying case
» Irondequoit home likely a total loss after fire
» Two car crash in Greece sends four to the hospital
» Parents opt kids out of Common Core testing
» Doctors seeing rise in stomach bug cases
» Deputies investigate bank robbery in Wheatland
» Fairport opt-out rate at 56 percent
» Revamping Common Core at Dansville schools
» Scrapyard battles thieves taking cash and converters
» Contractor arrested in Penfield
» 3 rescued from 80-foot-cliff in Webster
» Sex offender, contractor charged with forcible touching
» Hazmat situation at Henrietta Holiday Inn
» Irondequoit wants to fire officer after social media comments
» Hearing postponed again for Hilton teacher
» Chase Bank robbed in Wheatland
» Batavia teen digs up wrong ashes
Local Sports
NHL Draft Lottery: Sabres have best chance at #1
The wait is almost over for Sabres fans. Saturday night's draft lottery will determine if Buffalo will pick No. 1 or 2 in June's NHL Entry Draft.
» Squash tournament underway in Rochester
» Preview: Rochester Rhinos at St. Louis FC
» Reinhart provides a glimpse of future in Amerks' debut
» Ex-manager sues RazorSharks; team dumps coach
» Greece Athena athletes sign letters of intent
» Rhinos remain unbeaten after draw with Louisville
» Wambach on list of Time Influential People
» Section V Lacrosse 4-16-15
» Pawtucket hands Red Wings their second loss of season
» Penfield girls lacrosse on title prowl again
» Abby Wambach on 'Time' 100 most influential list
» Bills teammates see change in Manuel
» Sammy Watkins welcomes new Bills weapons
» McCoy weighs in on QB situation for Bills
» Bills' McCoy bringing celebrity softball to Rochester
» Bills' McCoy bringing celebrity softball to Rochester
» Offense leads Wings to sweep of RailRiders
» Database: AGR winter athletes through the years
» Rex Ryan details Jets' final days in Sports Illustrated article
» 2015 Winter AGR selections announced
» Rex details finals days with Jets in SI article
» Meet the 2015 Red Wings
» Reinhart with Rochester for Amerks final weekend
» Ryan, Kelly, Thomas featured on Sports Illustrated cover
» QB coach Lee confident in Bills' depth
» Uncertain future for Amerks coach after Nolan firing in Buffalo
» Bills OC Roman reveling in revamped offense
» Sun, warmth bring golfers out in force
» No timetable for new Buffalo Sabres coach
» Bills OC Greg Roman reveling in revamped offense
» Hicks leads Wings to road win
» Aaron Hicks has four RBI in Red Wings win
» Buffalo Sabres fire coach Ted Nolan
» Rochester Rattlers win MLL opener in overtime
» Nolan's firing as Sabres coach was inevitable
» Meet Red Wings beat reporter Kevin Oklobzija
» Amerks fall to Marlies, 5-1
» Flash shelled in season opener, 5-1 in Seattle
» Wings blanked by Bisons 2-0
» Knighthawks beat Colorado, 5-1
» Rapinoe, Reign hand WNY Flash opening defeat
» Wings hit walk-off HR in memorable day
» Volesky scores twice as Rhinos win second straight
» Pinto homer gives Wings walk off win in home opener
» Knighthawks win to clinch NLL playoff spot
» Nolan's firing as Sabres coach was inevitable
» Sabres season ends with 2-0 loss to Penguins
» College lacrosse: RIT vs. Vassar; Nazareth vs. Ithaca
» Brighton Barons bounce back with 14-7 win over Livonia
» Sabres lock up best shot at No. 1 pick
Local People and Places
Seneca Park Zoo has 2 new elephants
Moki and Chana are 33-year-old, Zimbabwe-born elephants that were living in Jacksonville.
» 10 things to do this weekend
» Sheriff's department buys devices for help with autism
» Fast Forward Film Festival debuts Tonight
» Climate scientist Hansen proving a big draw
» 5 experiments kids can do at UR on Saturday
» WDKX Radio pioneer and women's advocate Marietta Avery dies
» College Town Supermarket Celebrates Grand Opening
» Marietta Avery, WDKX general manager, dies
» Rochester pizza pioneer dies at 98
» Day of Miracles Telethon for Golisano Children's Hospital
» Firefighter honored by Town of Greece
» Record Store Day unleashes the music geeks
» BrickHack comes to RIT
» Music industry playing a sour jobs tune
» Kodak demolition reveals a puzzle
» New comedy club opening in June in Rochester
» Local Vet Starts Walk to California
» SUNY Geneseo's Relay For Life Event
» A WWII Veteran looks back 70 years
» ED of the Susan B. Anthony Museum Speaks on Clinton
» Comings and Goings: 2 Italian restaurants open
» Astronaut to speak at RIT on Monday
» Ten things to do this weekend
» Wegmans fulfills dream of Brighton boy
» Successful opening day at Constantino's
» Theater community wants Tony Award for Judith Ranaletta
» Andreatta: Grandpa waits for 'Price is Right'
» Lilac Fest adds Brew Fest, Home & Garden show
» Review: Fireside Grill goes beyond bar food
» 'Price Is Right Live' in Rochester Thursday
» Tilted Kilt off to fast start in Henrietta
» RIT to host science design contest
» 'What if' not a game for nomad Joan Osborne
» Nora Brown named to head up High Falls Film Festival
» RIT appoints new Business School Dean
» Blackfriars, Lilac Fest announce lineups
» Running off a Garbage Plate
» Bryant: Stop taking out-of-towners to Wegmans
» Tipper gives Geneseo waitress $102
» Let's spend $9,800 together: Stones tix pricey
» Happy Feet opens on Park Avenue
» Passover begins at sundown
» Good Friday walk highlights city's hope, horror
» Ten things to do this weekend
» Religious Congregants march for peace on Good Friday
» J.Crew Factory opens at Pittsford Plaza
» Workers to rally on tax day for higher wages
» Dr. Dog, The Psychedelic Furs at Lilac Fest
» Letchworth State Park No. 1 in national contest
» News10NBC's Scott Kilbury will rappel 21 Stories for Scouts
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It is that time of year again when seeing mink out and about, as they hunt prey for their young, that give us glances at them we don't usually have. Taken at Irondequoit Bay on Thursday morning.
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