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The Buffalo man accused of starting a fire inside a City Hall office May 30 was arraigned Thursday morning on additional counts.

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UPDATE: The man shown on video throwing a burning laundry basket through a broken window into City Hall during a night of unrest in Buffalo May 30 was ordered by a federal magistrate Monday to be released into home confinement. But the Buffalo News reports Courtland Renford, 20, remains in custody pending an appeal of the ruling to a district judge.

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Protesters continued a takeover of Niagara Square Sunday, as they pushed for the release of Deyanna Davis from the Erie County Holding Center.

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Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown announced this morning that City Hall's dome will be lit in red, black and green tonight as well as on June 19th.

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Police and prosecutors say a 20-year-old Buffalo man is the one who tossed a flaming object through a broken City Hall window during Saturday night demonstrations in Niagara Square that, hours after an original protest, turned violent and destructive. Courtland Renford faces both state and federal counts.

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Buffalo's Common Council has two fresh faces on it in the new year.

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Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown says he believes Common Councilmember Ulysees Wingo made an honest mistake when he brought a gun into Riverside High School last week.

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Spectrum says its cable service is good and getting better. However, it was a different story at a City Hall meeting Monday evening, as some customers told the Common Council Finance Committee they worried about an expensive cable service getting more expensive.

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Buffalo's Common Council president is raising questions about land deals by an agency City Hall is trying to dissolve.


For the thirteenth year, the City of Buffalo will be offering its Summer Youth Internship Program.

Eileen Elibol

The Democratic primary election for Buffalo Mayor is Tuesday and the tension in the race seemed to make Wednesday night's debate in the WNED|WBFO studio a little angrier.

WBFO's Mike Desmond

Buffalo's Planning Board cleared its desk before breaking for its August vacation by approving the controversial Dash's Market expansion on Hertel Avenue.

WBFO's Marian Hetherly

Buffalo City Hall has a new look Thursday.