Fighting back

A local case involving a Brighton day spa is part of a broader trend of resistance to non-compete and non-disclosure pacts that try to bind lower-wage workers to their employers.

The toll of illegal firearms

Most weapons used in gun violence locally were obtained unlawfully, police say. The impact of these crimes—from trauma to economic costs—is substantial. Is enough being done to curb this violence and aid victims?

Board denies Moore’s 20th bid for parole

James Moore, New York’s longest-serving inmate, has been in prison since pleading guilty in 1963 to the murder of a Penfield teenager. Monroe County District Attorney Sandra Doorley submitted a petition opposing his release.