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All lanes of Route 5 from Ridge Road to Route 179 in Lackawanna continue to be closed to traffic due to the fire at the former Bethlehem Steel site.

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A new addition will be dedicated at the Veterans Park in Tonawanda today.

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The Springville High School football field will be hosting a vigil today in memory of Alyssa Hearn.

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A report of a possible accident at the canal in the City of Tonawanda triggered an underwater search last night.

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The Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center will be receiving more than $40,000 through a training grant from the New York State Department of Health.

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A young girl was killed on Friday afternoon in an accident involving a school bus.

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Domestic violence occurs in every community no matter its faith or culture.

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A statewide action to address the growing problem of zombie homes will benefit local municipalities.

State mandated drinking water testing has found high lead levels in eleven local school districts.

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The traveler's lodging service Airbnb is facing significant challenges in New York State.

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We’ve all heard jolting reports about opioid abuse becoming a growing problem in our region.

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An audit by the State Comptroller's office is indicating that the state overpaid for health care premiums during the 2014 - 2015 fiscal year.

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The office of State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli has released an audit of the City of Jamestown.

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A report out of Albany is indicating that student loan debt in New York state has more than doubled over the past decade.

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The body that oversees lawyers in Ontario has recommended that compensation to clients who are cheated by a lawyer be increased.

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The Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority is alerting the public that an emergency training drill will be held tonight at 6 PM at the Buffalo Niagara International Airport.

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One man was killed and another seriously injured in a high speed car crash near Martin Luther King, Jr. Park last night.

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A Cheektowaga man has been indicted on charges that he threatened the life of a sheriffs deputy.

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Lawmaker Bill Nojay served the 133rd Assembly District in the Rochester area for only four years.

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A two-car crash in Chautauqua County has taken a life.

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Erie County Executive Mark Poloncarz has announced his endorsement of Democratic candidate Monica Wallace for the 143rd District Assembly seat.

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Kaleida Health is reporting that Donnell Bibbes remains in critical condition at Women and Children's Hospital of Buffalo.

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Bob Duffy thinks upstate lawmakers should bridge their political differences, and work together to advance economic interests in upstate New York.

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Niagara Falls mayor Paul Dyster has issued a Bloom Notice for a portion of Hyde Park Lake.

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College hockey star Jimmy Vesey has chosen to sign a contract with the New York Rangers.

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A huge crowd showed up for the Canalside concert on Thursday night.

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Firefighters are still monitoring the HTI Recycling building in Lockport, the scene of a huge blaze ignited Wednesday night.

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It is Firefighter's Day at the Erie County Fair.

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The quarterback question for the Buffalo Bills has been answered for the near future.

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A local health insurer is reporting that a data breach could have exposed personal information from local subscribers.

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