Wednesday News Brief

Written by on April 10, 2024

Jacob Wohl and Jack Burkman (Photo credit: Francis Chung, Associated Press)

A settlement has been reached between the New York state attorney general’s office and two people accused of discouraging Black New Yorkers from voting. Attorney General Letitia James says Jacob Wohl and Jack Burkman have to pay one million dollars to the state and plaintiffs. James alleges they targeted Black voters and gave false and threatening messages intended to discourage voting before the 2020 election. James says their robocall campaign reached roughly 5500 New Yorkers.


Two suspects are in custody after police executed a “high-risk” search warrant at a home in Greece. Police say they arrested 19-year-old Christian Marshmon and 33-year-old Jeffrey Schirtz yesterday; they are both known by local law enforcement. Charges of criminal possession of a weapon followed after SWAT officers found an illegally owned firearm during Tuesday’s search. They were arraigned and remanded to Monroe County Jail, according to police.


The ongoing battle over the New York State budget isn’t going to be affecting the paychecks of thousands of state workers. The comptroller’s office says those checks will be delivered on time this week after the legislature recently voted on a budget extender. That means the state will be funded through at least tomorrow. Lawmakers are optimistic a deal can be reached soon once issues like education, housing and health care spending are worked out. The original budget deadline was April 1st.


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An 18-year-old is being treated at Strong Memorial Hospital after being struck by a driver on Portland Avenue, Rochester. The pedestrian was struck around 10:45pm last night and sustained a serious upper body injury. The 24-year-old driver remained on the scene and was arrested for DWI.


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New information has been released on a weekend fire that destroyed a home in Lockport. The blaze happened Sunday at a residence on Royal Parkway North and it is now believed it started in an attached structure such as a garage or shed. First responders and State Police worked quickly to make sure everyone inside the house was safe and there were no injuries reported. The exact cause of the fire is still being looked into.


Mark Poloncarz (file photo)

Erie County Executive Mark Poloncarz is facing criticism for his location during this week’s solar eclipse. Instead of staying in Erie County, Poloncarz decided to head to Ohio and posted video of his visit on social media. Some people commented Poloncarz should have stayed in this area, especially since he considered issuing a state of emergency so that fewer people would be allowed on the roads. Poloncarz hasn’t made any additional statements about his trip.


Ryan Corbett with his family.

A resolution is now in the hands of the United States Senate that’s calling for a Dansville man to be released by the Taliban. Ryan Corbett went to Afghanistan nearly two years ago so that he could renew his visa and pay staff members of his non-profit but has now been in captivity for over 600 days. Corbett’s wife says he’s being held in bad conditions and that his health is declining. The Senate could pass the resolution in the coming days.


2022 file photo of Bills during training camp

It appears the Buffalo Bills likely aren’t going to be changing the location of their upcoming summer training camp. According to a report, the Bills will return to the campus of Saint John Fisher University to prepare for the NFL season. However, it is important to note that no official agreement has been reached between the school and Bills just yet. Camp would likely start during the last week of July.


The slim hopes the Buffalo Sabres had of making the playoffs are over after the team suffers a loss in the Lone Star State. Rasmus Dahlin and Alex Tuch had a goal each as the Sabres were beaten by the Dallas Stars three-to-two last night. Buffalo’s goaltender Ukko-Pekka Luukkonnen stopped 22 of the 25 shots he faced in the contest. The next game for the Sabres is tomorrow against the Washington Capitals.




Who knew that a naked man could be so destructive?

Police in Lakewood, New Jersey didn’t have to look too hard to find the suspect who destroyed a golf course restaurant this weekend – they just had to search for the naked guy. Police busted the unnamed 29-year-old man – who was walking around Maggie’s Bar & Grill Sunday morning – breaking things – while naked. He broke bottles, smashed glasses, and a lot more – total damage estimated to be about 100-thousand dollars. Police charged the man, who they said was in emotional distress, with burglary and criminal mischief. He’s also getting a psych evaluation.


Superman was first introduced in this issue of Action Comics, June 1938.

One of the most coveted comics of all time has sold at auction in Texas. Action Comics Number One features the first appearance of Superman. When it came out in 1938, it sold for ten-cents. The bidding at Heritage Auctions set a record at $6 million. That makes it the most valuable comic book in the world.






There’s a push to kick Lunchables off school menus. Consumer Reports issued a warning Tuesday saying the school cafeteria version of the popular lunch snack contains too much sodium. Last year, Lunchables developed two new versions of the cheese, meat and cracker snacks especially for school lunch programs. Consumer Reports says the turkey and cheddar school-lunch versions contained nearly 200 more milligrams of sodium than the store-bought Lunchables. The nonprofit group says it’s petitioning the USDA to remove the snacks from school cafeterias.


Tiger Woods celebrates winning the 2019 Masters. Can he do it again this year? (PGA Photo)

Tiger Woods is sticking with the belief that he could win another Masters golf tournament in Augusta. The 15-time major champion spoke in front of the press yesterday on the eve of golf’s first major of the season. Woods said he thinks he can get one more championship if everything comes together. The 48-year-old has been building back up since suffering injuries in a 2021 car wreck.

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