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It's an open house of a different kind this morning, as 550-students from across Western New York get to attend an open house on the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus.

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A shooting late Saturday night has hospitalized one man. Buffalo Police are investigating the incident that occurred just before midnight.

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A black-tie event was held at Shea's Theater last night, celebrating the venerable venue's 90th anniversary.

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One of Elmwood Avenue's popular eateries has closed its doors.

A player for the New Orleans Saints and a former resident of Utica, New York has been killed in an apparent road rage incident.

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US Senator Charles Schumer is supporting new legislation that will reward individuals who help to thwart a terror attack by sharing information through social media.

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A trip that began in Nevada has been hitting all points north and south to the country’s east coast made a stop in Buffalo on Friday.

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Senior United States District Judge John Curtin is shifting away from active duty after nearly a half-century of service.

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A Democrat has stepped forward to challenge incumbent Angela Wozniak for the 143rd Assembly seat.

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A Cheektowaga man has been arrested after threatening to kill President Obama and others.

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A dangerous fugitive from Western New York has been taken into custody.

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Accusations of underage drinking at the home of State Senator Marc Panepinto have drawn the attention of acting Erie County District Attorney Michael Flaherty.

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The Buffalo & Erie County Naval & Military Park officially opened for the season today.

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Plans are being made for the shipment of highly enriched uranium waste across the Canadian border and into the US.

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An employee at an Olean facility for the disabled is facing charges for the abuse of a patient.

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A second case of rabies in Western New York this year has been identified.

A trio of local companies will represent Buffalo in a battle to become the best startup at this year's Collision Conference.

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New York Republicans nominated Wendy Long to challenge Democratic Senator Charles Schumer at their nominating convention in Buffalo on Friday.

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The final day of the Labatt Blue Buffalo Pond Hockey Tournament will take place today.

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The Chautauqua County Sheriff's Office is reporting that a deadly farm accident occurred over the weekend.

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Parents of students at the Tapestry Charter School are continuing to express their opposition to a possible relocation of the K-5 program.

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Authorities are turning to the public for assistance with a Wyoming County murder case.

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A guilty plea has been entered in a public works corruption case in Monroe County.

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With concerns over the spread of the Zika (ZEE ka) virus growing, New York State Commissioner of Health, Dr. Howard Zucker, is providing public information.

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US Senator Charles Schumer is weighing in on the announcement that Xerox will be splitting into two companies.

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A former Monroe County official has pleaded guilty to a felony charge in a state investigation.

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Plans for an updated amphitheater at the Chautauqua Institution are taking shape, and construction permits are in hand, but a legal action will be stalling the progress.

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The property tax levy growth for school districts in the state are expected to remain relatively flat for the 2016-17 fiscal year.

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"Built to Last" is the name that Governor Andrew Cuomo is giving to his list of proposals that will be unveiled during his upcoming State of the State address.

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A potential strike by corrections officers and staff throughout the Ontario Province has been averted.

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