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Albany is urging high school sports coaches to help students drive safely.

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An Oakfield man has been arrested for providing marijuana to a minor.

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Canadian transportation officials have announced that the demolition of the 7th Street Bridge in St. Catherines will close the QEW in both directions overnight.

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In general, Western New Yorkers get to enjoy a wonderful fall season, but everyone knows that this is the precursor to winter.

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Olean Police are seeking the public's help in solving a brazen bank robbery that occurred Friday afternoon.

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Thursday's horrific crash along Route 16 in Sardinia has turned deadly.

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Buffalo Fire officials are reporting that two people are dead after an overnight blaze destroyed a building on the city's East Side.

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A local family is filing a lawsuit against West Virginia University in the death of an 18-year-old student.

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Halloween will be celebrated at the Buffalo Zoo this weekend.

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A portion of the I-190 was closed during the overnight hours as construction crews installed a new pedestrian overpass above the Thruway.

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US Senator Charles Schumer is calling for an increase in spending to bolster the nation's weather tracking systems.

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The tragic loss of a colleague and administrative assistant has moved Governor Cuomo to establish a pair of public benefit programs.

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The Buffalo Common Council has adopted a resolution urging greater accessibility to medical marijuana.

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Congressman Brian Higgins was in Buffalo yesterday talking about developments in the Middle East.

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With the first blast coming just after seven this morning, the towering structure of the old Millard Fillmore Gates Circle Hospital began to slide into itself and as the blast continued, the old structure imploded into a pile of debris.

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An announcement was issued last night that City Honors student Lamont Yancey has died suddenly.

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The funeral for Carey Gabay was held yesterday in Brooklyn.

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Senator Charles Schumer is urging the Federal Trade Commission to modernize what is known as the "Eyeglass Rule."

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The Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra is announcing that they have new leadership.

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A West Side woman has been arrested in connection with the death of her baby.

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An overnight industrial fire has left a lingering odor wafting through North Buffalo and into the city's East Side.

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Senator Charles Schumer is calling for wider controls over the sale of synthetic marijuana.

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A new semester is underway at the University of Buffalo, and so, too, is a new initiative in learning.

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The Camper/RV lot at Ralph Wilson Stadium opened at 8 o'clock this morning, and it is already sold out.

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Two people are in custody and one man is receiving medical treatment after an early morning stabbing in the city's Riverside neighborhood.

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Buffalo Police are investigating on overnight shooting that injured a Williamsville man.

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An assault early Friday morning has led to the arrest of a Lockport man.

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Shootings are on the rise in Rochester, and 6 people were hit by bullets last night.

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Another life has been taken in what is proving to be a violent holiday weekend.

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Negotiations between the union representing caregivers at Fiddler's Green Manor Nursing Home and the owners of the Springville facility will resume on September 10th.

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