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Trial to begin Wednesday for woman accused of supplying guns used in Webster tragedy

News10NBC will be following the trial of the woman accused of supplying guns used in the Christmas Eve ambush in Webster.

Jury selection is expected to begin Wednesday morning for Dawn Nguyen. The trial was supposed to star back in November, but Nguyen’s attorney told News10NBC the judge on the case had a personal issue that pushed it until April. 

Nguyen is accused of supplying the guns to ex-con William Spengler. Officials say he used them to kill two firefighters and injure two more who responded to a fire that he intentionally set at his home.

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Doodle Bugs! to host Summer Camp Sneak Peek Event

Doodle Bugs! Children’s Centers will host a Summer Camp Sneak Peek event to showcase their summer camp program as families prepare their summer camp schedules.

The event will be Wednesday April 9 from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at all of its Rochester area locations. The locations are Greece, Henrietta, Penfield, Victor and Webster. 

Families will have the opportunity to preview summer camp themes, clubs and events, as well as get the chance to sign up for special field trips before they fill up.




Deputies: Webster woman stole from Von Maur

A 20-year-old Webster woman is facing charges in Ontario County.

Sheriff’s deputies say Katherine Bauman stole various items from Von Maur at Eastview Mall. She is charged with petit larceny, possession of burglar’s tools and unlawful possession of marijuana.

Bauman was issued appearance tickets and is due in court at a later date.

Irondequoit Bay Outlet Bridge to close for season Tuesday

The Irondequoit Bay outlet bridge will close to cars, SUVs and trucks on Tuesday at 9 a.m. and it won't reopen until Friday October 31.

Boaters will be happy, but drivers who use the bridge as a short-cut to get from Webster to Irondequoit or vice versa will now have to go the long way.

Local man proposes to girlfriend at AMC Theater in Webster

A local man used a movie theater to propose to his girlfriend.

A man by the name of Eric proposed to his girlfriend, Mercedes, at the AMC Theater in Webster. As pictures of the couple played on the big screen, she sat in one of the seats as others gathered around in the aisles, holding signs. The words "Will you marry me?" appeared on the screen. 


After that, Eric got down on one knee with the ring. Of course, she said, “Yes.”

Andre "Doc" Williams and Chela "Down B-Low" Productions" filmed the happy event and put it up on YouTube.

New York State Exposed: Ignition interlock devices

When people break the law, we expect them to face all the punishment and pay all the fines they’re supposed to pay. So News10NBC was surprised by what we found in our exclusive New York State Exposed investigation into people convicted of drunk driving.

Every time a person is convicted of DWI in New York, they are ordered to get a breath test device installed in their car. The car won’t start if the device detects alcohol on the driver’s breath. But News10NBC investigated the state reports and find out many drunk drivers in Monroe County get a waiver and don’t have to pay for it.

The devices are called ignition interlock devices. Nowhere in the state do judges give more drunk drivers a pass on paying for them than in Monroe County.

Spring enrichment programs at Webster Central School District

Officials at the Webster Central School District have released the details of its spring enrichment programs.

You can learn how to swim, play Euchre, drive safely and more! Spring classes will be offered between April 1 and June 15.

View the full list of offerings