Michigan Avenue

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As Buffalo has developed in recent years, the intersection of Michigan Avenue and Seneca Street is starting to turn into the same business node many other areas of the city. Now, a very old building that has been standing empty for a long time at that corner is going to get a new life as a mix of office space and three floors of apartments.

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Thursday afternoon marked the groundbreaking of the African-American Heritage Corridor Archway over Michigan Avenue.

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The area surrounding Broadway and Michigan Avenue is historic for Buffalo's African-American community because of ties with the Underground Railroad and the founding of the NAACP. However, an old building at that corner is the future.

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A brief high speed chase in Buffalo's medical corridor turned fatal early Saturday morning.

Sunday morning car accident flips vehicle

Nov 29, 2015

A car accident in downtown Buffalo left an SUV lying on its side Sunday morning.

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Labor Day weekend is off to a dangerous start in the city of Buffalo, as police investigate three early morning shootings.

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The heart of Buffalo's African American Heritage district is hoping to take advantage of the city's growing tourist appeal.

Common Council members are expected to vote on a plan that would grant control of a portion of Michigan Avenue to General Mills. The issue has raised concerns over public access to the City Ship Canal.

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General Mills and the City of Buffalo are considering a deal to limit access to a section of Michigan Avenue which is heavily used by grain trains and trucks going into the plant.

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An early morning blaze has destroyed an abandoned East Side house.

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Back room talks are underway on what to do about General Mills' request to close part of South Michigan Avenue on the waterfront.