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Erie County District Attorney's Office

An Allegany County father who used drugs before a crash that killed his 4-year-old son has been found guilty of manslaughter.

LeSean McCoy scored twice and safety Aaron Williams returned a botched field-goal snap 53 yards for a touchdown in leading the Buffalo Bills to a 33-18 win over the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday.  Buffalo City Hall was lit up red, white and blue overnight in honor of the team's first win of the season.

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A man charged with killing a woman and her 7-year-old son inside their Cheektowaga apartment has waived his right to a felony hearing. A grand jury will now hear the case.

New York ranked fourth among states whose lawmakers drew the most contributions from the opioid industry, but was near the bottom in prescriptions per capita, according to data compiled by The Associated Press and the Center for Public Integrity.

Erie County

A park in a former industrial area along the Buffalo River is closing to the public for the next year for shoreline and habitat restorations.

New York State Police

New York State Police officials say they are investigating several complaints of a telephone scam in which the caller threatens to harm a loved one unless they receive money.

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New York is moving to expand its fledgling medical marijuana program.

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A retired Western New York police officer who served as the top enlisted leader for the New York Air National Guard now has a new role.

The U.S. Coast Guard has suspended its active search for a man who went missing in Lake Ontario Saturday night.

ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — The New York and Massachusetts attorneys general are refusing to comply with congressional subpoenas seeking records about their investigations into whether Exxon Mobil misled investors about man-made climate change.


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