State of Emergency

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Gov. Andrew Cuomo declared a state of emergency in 18 counties in the Capitol Region, Southern Tier and Hudson Valley on Thursday after a heavy snowfall. Some places, like Binghamton, got more than 3' of snow, while Western and Central New York, the North Country and New York City were spared with only a few inches.

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A Blizzard Warning remains in effect for Erie, Wyoming and Genesee counties until 1 a.m. Thursday. A State of Emergency has been declared in Erie County and a driving ban in Buffalo and several local municipalities.  

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Homeowners along the Lake Ontario shoreline whose property was damaged by floods this year have until Friday to apply for state-funded relief.

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Officials in Niagara County are extending the State of Emergency along the Lake Ontario shoreline.

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A state of emergency has been declared in the Town of Warsaw after heavy rains washed into the valley community overnight.

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A state of emergency remains in effect in Erie County and the National Guard is being deployed to the region to deal with a snowstorm that has paralyzed parts of Western New York.

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A limited state of emergency was declared in the City of Niagara Falls  on Saturday as clean-up from Friday night's damaging storms continued.

Lockport Mayor Michael Tucker has issued a State of Emergency at the Lockport City waste water treatment plant.

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The brunt of the recent winter storm has past, but some light snow showers will continue across Western New York Saturday.