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WDNY Local News, Monday, December 18, 2017

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Monday, December 18

The investigation continues into a fatal crash in Livingston County. A 23 year old man died when his vehicle ran off Clay Street in Lima and hit several utility poles Saturday night. He was the only person in the vehicle and was pronounced dead at the hospital

Deputies in Livingston County are investigating a crash involving a bus and car. Deputies say four people were injured in the crash Saturday night on Route 408. The bus was carrying Edison Tech students back to Rochester from a track meet. Everyone’s expected to survive. Icy road conditions are believed to have played a part in the crash

A man accused of several break ins around Livingston county has entered a not guilty plea. 39 year old Bruce newton is on of three people accused of those crimes that happened back in September. He’s due back in court in February. One of the others charged with burglarizing a funeral home in Nunda has already pleaded guilty. 23 year old Chelsea O Hare will be sentenced this week. In addition to the funeral home, the three also be charged with similar crimes in Livonia, Lima and Dansville as the investigation continues.

A fund raiser for the Noyes cancer center is being called a success. The Hoops for Hope event was organized by the Dansville High School’s Future Business Leaders of American in honor Lisa Rosica, who died last month. The event at Friday night’s Dansville-Hornell basketball game brought in 15,000 dollars for the cancer center., Lisa was a Counselor at Hornell high and her son Nick plays on the Dansville team. Hospital officials are thanking both the the Dansville and Hornell communities for the support.

 Governor Cuomo is calling for tipped employees be paid at least minimum wage. At the end of the year minimum wage Upstate goes to ten-dollars and 40-cents an hour but minimum wage for tipped employees will be substantially less. Cuomo said there’s no reason for employers in certain industries to pay their employees less. He’s having the Commissioner of Labor look into possibly ending these practices.