Sen. Tim Kennedy

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The raising of a Rainbow flag at Niagara Square signified the start of Pride Week in the City of Buffalo. This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising in New York City where members of the LGBTQ community clashed with police after continuous harassment.

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The New York State Transportation Committee is looking to pass multiple bills next week to improve limousine safety. Limos would now have to include seatbelts, escape hatches, and roll bars and drivers would need criminal background checks and would have to carry a commercial driver’s license.

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The New York State Senate acted Wednesday on measures that they say will improve safety on the state’s roads, including adding cameras to the stop arms of school buses.


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Anti-Semitic hate crimes are on the rise. According to the FBI, in 2017, 58% of all religious-based hate crimes were against people of the Jewish faith.

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Election Day 2018 is less than a month away - and that means time to register to vote is running out. The deadline is Oct. 12.

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Improvements are on the way for the Clinton Street Business District in Buffalo's Kaisertown neighborhood.

Buffalo remembers 9/11 attacks, 16 years later

Sep 11, 2017
Buffalo and Erie County Naval and Military Park

Ceremonies were hosted throughout the United States Monday morning, 16 years after the 9/11 terror attacks on New York City and Washington, D.C. Remembrances held in Buffalo included one held within the Buffalo and Erie County Naval and Military Park.


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Several partners, including employers, and state and local government, are teaming up to host "Buffalo Works" - a week of job fairs across the city.

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Some local state lawmakers want the public to help bring Uber and Lyft to Buffalo and all of upstate.

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The Food Bank of Western New York has seen an 11 percent increase in the number of families it serves over the past year.

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The toll taken by the Emerald Ash Borer is expensive. Sen. Tim Kennedy says he has heard from many people who have paid $500 for removing one dead tree that has been infested by the invasive species.

Relief is just around the corner for motorists who live near the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus. As WBFO's Chris Caya reports legislation has been approved that allows the city to issue residential parking permits.