Nearly a dozen Vietnam Medal of Honor recipients will be in Washington, D.C. on Monday to help the Postal Service dedicate the Limited Edition Medal of Honor: Vietnam War Forever Stamps.

SYRACUSE, N.Y. (AP) — The New York State Fair has chosen a vendor for its first ever all-vegan and vegetarian stand.

Acting fair Director Troy Waffner says Syracuse's Strong Hearts Cafe was chosen from among four proposals.

Strong Hearts says it will serve vegan fare for breakfast, lunch and dinner and create a new milkshake especially for the fair. The eatery also promises deep-fried vegan chicken wings.

The state fair runs from Aug. 27 to Sept. 7.

Three people have been charged after a chase that ended with  the suspects’ car crashing into a State Police car and minor injuries to the trooper.

Ontario County Deputies say the Saturday afternoon incident involved two men and one woman, all from Rochester, getting ready to leave a Walmart in the Town of Hopewell with nearly $1200 worth of Lego toys that officials say they did not pay for.

BUFFALO (AP) The "Beauts,'' Buffalo's entry into the National Women's Hockey League, are spending the unofficial start of summer on the ice.

The Beauts are skating in a summer training camp this weekend at the HarborCenter in Buffalo.

The team is one of four founding teams of the new hockey league launching this fall.

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NEW YORK (AP) Never mind the doggie bag: Spot wants a seat at the outdoor table, or rather under it.

New York is considering whether to join a growing number of states that allow pet dogs at open-air eateries. After getting a unanimous OK from the state Senate, advocates are pressing its Assembly to sign on.

Dog lovers and restaurateurs say the proposal would safely accommodate people who want to dine out with man's best friend in places from Manhattan sidewalk cafes to dairy country ice cream stands.

Thousands came out to the 2015 Rochester International Air Show over the weekend, and while there were many aerial acrobatic acts, the big draw of course, is the U.S. Navy Blue Angels.

They fly as a team of six, F-18 Hornets and one C-130 Hercules support aircraft, called “Fat Albert.”

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SARANAC LAKE, N.Y. (AP) — Officials are stepping up efforts to fight aquatic invasive species in the Adirondacks this summer.

The state Department of Environmental Conservation says boat stewards will be deployed at 14 new locations this summer. State and local officials are trying to protect Adirondack waters from invasive species such as zebra mussels, Eurasian watermilfoil and the spiny waterflea.

Three people remain hospitalized following the crash involving an SUV and a small bus containing several people in Geneseo on Friday.

On Saturday, officials at Strong Hospital say they originally had a total of 15 patients (other reports earlier indicated it was 13), and as of Saturday morning, 12 had been discharged, and three remain at Strong. Two of those patients were in guarded condition, another was listed as satisfactory.

ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo's administration on Friday ended its practice of automatically deleting emails after 90 days following criticism that it was an affront to open government.

Instead, administration staffers will manually delete emails as they choose — though emails containing certain important records will be retained longer.

Cuomo will also seek to introduce legislation that would close a loophole in existing law that largely exempts the state Senate and Assembly from existing open records laws, according to Bill Mulrow, a top Cuomo aide.

The University of Rochester Medical Center has sent letters to around 3400 patients informing them that a list containing patient information was shared with a local neurology practice.

Officials say that list was shared by a URMC nurse practitioner who did not have the authorization to do that. The list contained patient names, addresses, dates of birth and medical information. It did not have social security numbers or insurance details.