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Update: Intel Pledged To Increase Diversity, But Have They Succeeded?

Xerox’s CEO Ursula Burns isn’t just one of the only high profile woman heading up a Fortune 500 company. She’s also the...

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RCAN to Hold Free “FAFSA Fest” for College-Bound Students

By Staff   Rochester College Access Network, a program of Rochester Education Foundation, will host a series of free events to help...

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Rochester-Area Resident Tests Positive for Zika Virus

By Staff   An individual from Monroe County has tested positive for the Zika virus, according to the Monroe County Department of...

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The U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Just Made a Surprising Endorsement…

San Antonio’s former mayor Julian Castro is fast emerging as one of the brightest rising stars in the Democratic party, and now the...

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Popular Latino Digital Network Mitu Raises $27 Million in New Funding

A Latino-based digital network that caters to millennials recently secured new investments from some major U.S. companies, allowing the...

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How the ‘Nice Guy’ Gesture of Jose Sarabia Won Him $2 Million

Jose Sarabia is a pretty normal, humble construction worker from Texas, although he works in New Mexico. Earlier this month, prior to the...

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City Council Makes Decisions on Police Body Camera Vendor, Port of Rochester Operator

By Staff   Rochester City Council has approved a vendor contract, from a company called MES Lawmen, to provide the Rochester Police...

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Study: New Donor Rules Mean More Kidney Transplants for Hispanics, Blacks

(TriceEdneyWire.com)- New rules for allocating donor kidneys have led to more transplants for blacks and Hispanics, whose access to donor...

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Latino Children Have Less Access to Healthy Food Options

According to a new study released by Salud America!, Latin children have an easier time gaining access to unhealthy food options —...

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Powerball Jackpot Eludes Rochester Once Again After Lottery Fever Consumes the Nation

Rochesterians who are sick and tired of hearing about jackpots being won in other states will have to continue being patient after the...