Ryan Zunner

Reporter

The holiday shopping season got under way Thursday night and. On Friday morning, many area stores opened their doors early for customers, but crowds don’t seem to be coming out the way they used to for Black Friday sales.

Ian Cherico

The National Lacrosse League’s 2018-2019 season is in jeopardy of not being played. The league and its players union have been in a bitter labor dispute over a new collective bargaining agreement.


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The former headquarters of the Buffalo Police Department will soon hit the market.

Native Americans in North Dakota are facing an uphill challenge when it comes to their voting access rights. A recent change to that state’s voting law now requires all voters to have a street address listed on their ID – something many Native Americans living on North Dakota Reservations have never had. But what is the Native perspective on voting in American elections?


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It was one year ago today that the Buffalo Police officer Craig Lehner’s body was recovered by crews in the Niagara River near Broderick Park.

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Visitors to Buffalo’s History Museum and Delaware Park will notice some upgrades to the Museum’s long since sealed portico entrance.

Michael Mroziak, WBFO

Tonawanda Coke Corporation, which was found guilty several years ago of violating the federal Clean Air Act and was appealing state effort to revoke its air permits, has submitted a plan to close its operations according to court papers made public Friday.

Residents and businesses along Jefferson Avenue on Buffalo’s East Side will now enjoy the benefits of the city’s newest public wireless internet network.

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