Nick Lippa

Program Host

The fight against multiple sclerosis can be a tough and long one, but several bicyclists are doing their part this weekend in Buffalo, including local rider Brian Joseph.

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Mayoral candidate Mark Schroeder has unveiled the second point of what he's calling his "Compass Plan for Buffalo." It focuses on employee excellence.

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The Buffalo Naval and Military Park unveiled a sculpture and plaque Sunday morning to commemorate Buffalo native C. Wade McClusky’s heroic actions during World War II.

NHL.com

The NHL Scouting Combine is in Buffalo this weekend. With it comes the Stanley Cup and more than 100 young players looking to impress teams before the 2017 NHL Draft later this month in Chicago.

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There are unseen heroes in the orchestra family. Some of the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra’s heroes work in the basement of Kleinhans Music Hall, but now they are being brought out into the light.


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Buffalo's Outer Harbor will be getting some improvements.

Couples from all over the United States whose lives have been affected by the military are in Java Center this holiday weekend for a retreat sponsored by Project Sanctuary.

Budding young writers came from across all of Western New York to the WNED|WBFO studios to share their stories as part of the PBS Kids Writers Contest.

City residents and some elected officials are pushing hard for Buffalo's new Green Code to be enforced on a number of massive projects developing in the Elmwood Village.

A community group that distributes free meals to the homeless in Lafayette Square was dispersed by police last Monday for not having a permit to do so.

Photo courtesy of American Diabetes Association

The American Diabetes Association's annual fundraising bike ride -- the Tour de Cure -- is coming up early next month. Saturday, association members teamed up with riders from the group Reddy Bikeshare to promote the event.

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The Buffalo Bills fired General Manager Doug Whaley and the pro and amateur scouting departments Sunday morning.

The NHL Draft Lottery is tonight. With the Sabres out of the playoffs yet again, they are in the running for a top pick.

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The proposed 97-mile pipeline would carry natural gas from northwestern Pennsylvania to Elma.

Natalie DiIenno, Lumiflux Media

Twenty-one students received top honors this weekend after taking part in the Western New York Regional Science and Engineering Fair at Cheektowaga Central High School.

Brian Meyer, WBFO NEWS

Buffalo has seen its fair share of protests the past few months in response to President Trump's policies and actions. Saturday afternoon at Niagara Square, people gathered in support.

Niagara Falls Police responded to a Third Street bar early this morning where four people were reportedly stabbed.

Fewer Canadians are being turned away at the U.S. land border in recent months despite concern over President Trump's immigration policies.

St. Patrick's day weekend celebrations are not the only things Irish impacting the economy.

The former Bills coach is landing the TV gig many expected he would get after being fired.

West Side Community Services

Good deeds are not going unnoticed, as the First Annual Remarkable West Siders Awards were held Sunday.

Senator Chuck Schumer criticized President Trump's plan to slash costal and airport security funding.

A 24 year old Buffalo male was struck by gunfire last night near Mills Street and Peterson Street.

Buffalo Jr. Sabres

An on-ice brawl during a 15U Junior Sabres game Saturday allegedly involved former Sabres winger Andrew Peters.

Myquan Pringle was taken into custody Friday night after running from police at a traffic stop.

Nick Lippa

The HarborCenter sported the color pink over the weekend.  It highlighted the work conducted by the Susan G. Komen Western New York affiliate.

Stephen Miller

When a volunteer fire company in a small rural town is dire need of funding to replace an aging fire truck, snaring state funding is often essential.

There's a push underway for ride-hailing services such as Uber and Lyft in upstate New York.

Governor Cuomo is calling on the federal Environmental Protection Agency to establish an official drinking water standard for the unregulated contaminant 1,4-dioxane.

Nick Lippa

Getting home from a party or a night out can be inconvenient for those who need a ride. That could be changing soon.

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