Police are investigating a fatal crash in Genesee County.
It happened shortly after 7:30 last night in Leroy.
Police say 77-year-old Bonnie Dean of Churchville lost control of her car — and ended up hitting an s-u-v head-on.
Dean was pronounced dead at the scene.
The driver of the s-u-v taken to the hospital for treatment.
Rochester police have issued a missing vulnerable adult alert for this man —- Luis Rivera-Arzuaga.
He was last seen around 10:00 last night in the area of High street by North Goodman Street.
He is 88 years old, 5’2″ and 140 pounds.
Police say he was last seen wearing blue sweatpants, a blue tee shirt, and black sneakers.
Anyone with information is asked to call 9-1-1.
The man accused of causing a fatal crash in Henrietta is scheduled to return to court today.
Jordin Campbell is charged with vehicular manslaughter, assault, and drunk driving in connection with the January crash.
Investigators say Campbell was speeding when he missed a turn and slammed into a sound barrier between clay road and I-390.
One passenger in that car died.
Two others were seriously injured.
Campbell is due in court at 1:30 this afternoon.
Rochester tenants are among the hundreds from new york headed to Albany today —advocating for fair rent laws.
The state’s rent laws are set to expire in June.
Tenant advocates are urging lawmakers to pass new, statewide protections for renters — while Democrats control the senate and assembly.
A hearing on the rent rules is planned for Thursday.
After the lilac festival’s first rainout in five years — organizers have announced it will re-open today.
There will be a slight delay.
The festival will open at noon — instead of the usual 10:30.
Some of the lots at Highland Park will still be closed due to the build-up of mud.