Open Buffalo

Thomas O'Neil-White

Not paying a traffic ticket in the City of Buffalo on time can have a snowball effect on your finances, especially if you are working poor or straddling the poverty line.

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A law designed to keep some teenagers out of the adult criminal justice system is now in effect in New York state.

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The Buffalo Common Council will be investigating the arrest of a black man seen in a video scuffling with a white security guard.

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Nearly 100 people hopped aboard two buses early this morning on Buffalo's West Side. They're heading to an Albany rally called, Cuomo: Walk the Talk on Climate!

Efforts to combat systemic injustice will take center stage tonight as people gather in the auditorium of a Buffalo high school to hear from a national scholar.

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La Divina cook Antonio Robles said it was a typical day at work last Tuesday. He was doing prep work when officers raided the restaurant and ordered him to get on the floor. Now, he wears a 24-hour ankle bracelet to monitor his whereabouts.

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With a spotlight on tensions between law enforcement and the public, members of the Buffalo community came together on Tuesday night to figure out how they can do their part to improve relations between the city’s police and its residents.


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The first ever "Justice and Opportunity Week" continues through Friday in Buffalo. The free public events are being held to help to decrease tensions between residents and the Buffalo Police Department.


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A new report points to disparities among minorities in the Erie County criminal justice system.  Open Buffalo revealed results Tuesday calling it "alarming". 

Open Buffalo hosting series of national speakers

Jul 23, 2013

An organization called Open Buffalo is hosting a series of national speakers in the next few weeks to connect and engage our community. WBFO's Eileen Buckley says Tuesday evening's speaker will appear at Asbury Hall to discuss upward mobility, inequality, and the American Dream.