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A banking scam is targeting residents in a southern suburb.

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Any questions as to whether Mick Jagger and the boys could still rock the joint were answered resoundingly Saturday night.

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The Associated Press is reporting that Buffalo Bills offensive line coach Aaron Kromer was arrested and released today.

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The 17th Annual Cycle the Erie Canal tour began this morning.

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The Taste of Buffalo and the Rolling Stones concert will be bringing large crowds to the region this weekend.

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Governor Andrew Cuomo and Senate Republicans have come to an agreement regarding ammunition sales provisions in the New York SAFE Act.

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A federal grand jury on Friday returned a 3-count indictment against a Buffalo resident in a drug case.

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Tens of thousands of holiday revelers filled the grounds at Canalside yesterday for a day long celebration of the Fourth of July.

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A suspicious package forced Niagara County Sheriff's deputies to cordon off a section of Old Falls Street last night.

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Genesee County Sheriff's deputies are investigating the death of a Cheektowaga woman.

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The Red Cross has been called to assist an East Side family after an early morning fire.

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Emergency rescue personnel were called to the Niagara Gorge last night to rescue an injured hiker.

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The Buffalo Police Department is taking a two-pronged approach to solving its cold cases.

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The Police Chief of a Chautauqua County town has been arrested after a domestic situation.

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A local firm will be helping nearly 10,000 American overseas troops celebrate Independence Day.

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A head-on collision near Batavia has sent three people to area hospitals.

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The international ride sharing company Uber has won a legal judgement in Toronto.

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Governor Andrew Cuomo has rebuked a state official for a lack of protection afforded to transgender and gender non-conforming students.

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A man who escaped custody of local police is now the subject of a reward offer.

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US Senator Charles Schumer is criticizing a proposal that would cut funds for the fight against bird flu.

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There is yet another search ongoing in the Southern Tier.

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Lawmakers in New York State have taken a step toward making improper touching on public transportation a crime.

Family and friends of Avery Gardner gathered Friday night at the spot where the teen lost her life last week.

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The new Queen City Bike Ferry has been operating for just a month, but the service has already reached a significant milestone.

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New York Senator Charles Schumer will be in New York City today speaking against a proposed move by the airline industry.

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A Newfane teacher is looking to clear his name after legal charges against him were dropped.

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An early morning visit to the Clarence Town Park on Saturday spelled trouble for a group of individuals.

It is a very busy weekend for festivals and events in Buffalo.

Many of Buffalo's political leaders will be gathering today to witness the formal Presidential candidacy announcement by Secretary Hillary Clinton.

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People Inc. has embarked on a new journey that works to improve the lives of the developmentally disabled. That journey began on Saturday, when four men left their homes to begin a 6,000 mile adventure across the nation.

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