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Rochester City School District students who don’t have reliable internet will receive more robust Wi-Fi hotspots for their online learning. 

The Greater Rochester Health Foundation, the Rochester Area Community Foundation, Monroe County and ESL Federal Credit Union are teaming up to supply 2,900 newer hotspots to students, donated by T-Mobile.The group is working to acquire 2,000 additional WiFi hotspots to help even more students.

In the latest WXXI Business Report, a new report from the New York Wine & Grape Foundation shows a multi-billion dollar impact on the state’s economy from wineries and related activities.

Plus, New York's Attorney General says the state will not appeal a court ruling which favors the T-Mobile – Sprint merger, and Xerox’s former CEO, Ursula Burns, donates $1 million to “The WomanMakers Initiative,” an effort that will focus on the accomplishments of African American women.