WBFO News photo by Eileen Buckley

Primary Day 2017 in Buffalo

Primary Day has been bringing out voters. Most eyes may be on Buffalo's Democratic mayoral race , but there is also a hotly-contested Erie County Legislature primary, a number of judicial contests and some faceoffs in the suburbs for supervisor and councilmanic seats.

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Niagara Falls, NY – Doctors at the Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center are trying to determine if a Niagara Falls woman has cutaneous anthrax.

The 38-year-old woman went to the emergency room Saturday night with a lesion on her hand that bears some resemblance to the less severe, skin-based form of anthrax. She handles mail order returns for a clothing store at Summit Park Mall, Newport News outlet.

WBFO News photo Ray Marks

The Jamestown Prendergast Library system --  which serves Chautauqua and Cattaraugus Counties -- has a brand new director.  

WBFO News contributor Ray Marks traveled to the Southern Tier and sat down with Linda Mielke,  who comes to Western New York from California, where she held a similar position.


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WBFO’s Blues Bash returns to the WNED | WBFO Studios Sat., October 14th, at 7pm with headliner Dawn Tyler Watson — Winner of the 2017 International Blues Challenge & Freightrain opening the show.

Theater Talk 25th Anniversary

25th Anniversary of Theater Talk

Monday, November 6th 7 - 9pm WNED | WBFO

The Education Experience

Student Journals

What happens when we lend high school students our recording equipment and let them do interviews on any topics they choose?

Eileen Koteras Elibol

AP awards WBFO Outstanding News Operation in Radio

WBFO has been named Outstanding News Operation in radio by the New York State Associated Press, snaring three first place awards, eight second place awards and four third place awards in the annual AP awards competition.

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Great Lakes Today

Major funding for Great Lakes Today on WBFO is provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, a private corporation funded by the American people

Cafeteria Chats

Students face a lot of challenges in today’s schools. What better place to find out about them than in the cafeteria? Join WBFO's Eileen Buckley and Western New York students for Cafeteria Chats.

Heritage Moments

National Archives and Records Administration

Heritage Moments: America’s first spymaster and what Buffalo taught him about secrecy

Wild Bill Donovan he was called, the most famous son of Buffalo’s Old First Ward. He was the man who basically invented America’s intelligence apparatus, having founded and directed the Office of Strategic Services during World War II, the spy agency that eventually became the CIA.

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