Evening News Briefing
Written by Dan Fischer on September 11, 2018
Authorities in Monroe County are investigating two bodies that were found inside a burned out vehicle in Hamlin.
Deputies were called to King Street yesterday after someone found the car behind a building.
Chief Deputy Michael Fowler said police do suspect a case of murder
Investigators are trying to track down surveillance footage from nearby cameras.
The names of the people inside the car have not been released.
A Batavia native has been named Chief Marketing Officer for the ride-sharing company Uber.
Rebecca Messina, a graduate of Batavia High School, now lives in Chicago. She spent 22 years with the Coca-Cola Company.
Messina ,46, has two children and speaks four languages.
The United Way of Genesee County is looking for a new executive director.
Erik Fix has resigned after six years with the agency.
The United Way now looking for a new executive director.
O-AT-KA Milk has completed its 20,000 sq. ft. expansion and the company is ready to hire more help.
O-AT-KA announcing today it has openings for 40 new workers.
Hiring has already begun.
9-11 remembrances have been taking place across the nation today.
In the town of Pavilion, a young man who was born in the year the attacks, is marking the date in a special way.
17 year old Pavilion High School Senior Timothy Zipfel is climbing 110 flight of stairs today at his school to remember of the sacrifices of 9-11 first responders
Tim Zipfel is also a volunteer firemen in Pavilion.
He is climbing the 110 flights of stairs in full firefighter turnout gear.