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A recent US Supreme Court decision will allow states to legalize wagering on individual sporting events.

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Thousands of residents in Western New York were without power overnight, and some homes will continue to be without electricity for a portion of today.

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The Buffalo Bills had a long wait before making defensive tackle Harrison Phillips of Stanford their third round pick.

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Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown is urging city residents to recognize Earth Day today.

A Rochester lawyer has been accused of "double-dipping" and illegally receiving retirement benefits from New York State.

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A Lockport man will be spending time behind bars for the possession and distribution of drugs.

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State lawmakers will make it home for Easter as a new budget was passed late last night.

Schumer, Gillibrand urge honor for Slaughter

Mar 17, 2018
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Rep. Louise Slaughter passed away on Friday, after suffering injuries from a fall at her Washington, D.C. residence.

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A female teen has been reported missing by the Town of Tonawanda Police.

A busy portion of Chippewa Street was closed temporarily this morning when a manhole cover was blown into the air.

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A traffic stop in Jamestown last night turned up a stash of drugs.

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A Lockport woman has been charged with violating Leandra's Law after an accident Friday evening.

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The Southern Tier Regional Drug Taskforce arrested two men on a variety of charges early this morning.

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Town of Tonawanda Police are investigating a hit and run accident that involved a person in a motorized wheelchair.

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The economic comeback that has inspired so many in Buffalo of late includes significant investments by local developers.

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A group of business leaders is opposing President Trump's actions on immigration.

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For the thirteenth year, the City of Buffalo will be offering its Summer Youth Internship Program.

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The office of the New York State Comptroller has released the results of a study that examined stress factors on the state's school districts, and some Western New York schools were tagged for significant stress.

The race for the 27th Congressional District continues to draw attention by both major parties.

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New York Senators Charles Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand have announced the state's receipt of federal grant money to fight homelessness.

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A drastic change in weather has taken Western New York from a near 60 degree meltdown to frigid temperatures and nearly 8 inches of new snow.

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The National Weather Service has issued a pair of weather warnings for our region.

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Buffalo mayor Byron Brown will be inaugurated to his fourth term in office during a celebration tonight.

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State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli has joined a national coalition in supporting the country's Clean Power Plan.

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A suspect in an early morning armed robbery in Niagara Falls has been arrested.

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State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli has weighed in on the Republican's proposed tax plan that is before Congress.

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If someone hands you a pink envelope today, consider yourself very fortunate.

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The US Senate scrambled to cobble together a tax plan that would bring its fractious elements on board yesterday.

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A Buffalo Public school has been removed from the state Education Department's Priority School list.

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Three Rochester residents have been arrested after a heist at a Batavia store and an attempt to flee from authorities.

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