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03/23/2018 01:23 AM
Four Rochester teens are saying "enough is enough" to gun violence. They will be joining hundreds of thousands of voices at the national "March For Our Lives" rally in Washington, D.C., this weekend.
It was an exciting afternoon in downtown Rochester, Thursday as EZ10, a driverless electric bus made some laps in Peace Plaza. The bus is to show the public and local officials the technology first hand.