teachers union Paladino targets judge in new complaint regarding his School Board removal By Marian Hetherly • May 11, 2018 Karen DeWitt / WBFO Albany Correspondent "Well, Yogi Berra said, ' Its not over 'til it's over.'" Carl Paladino has filed a complaint with the state court system regarding his removal from the Buffalo School Board last year. It targets a judge who heard his case and her husband. Listen Listening... / 1:12 WBFO's Marian Hetherly reports Teachers union threatening lawsuit over rewards & punishments during English tests By Mike Desmond • Apr 23, 2018 File Photo The latest fight between the Buffalo Teachers Federation and Buffalo Public Schools is heating up, this time over incentives like ice cream socials to persuade kids to take state-mandated tests and threats of punishment for those who don't. Listen Listening... / 1:04 WBFO's Mike Desmond reports Teacher cuts at City Honors result from union complaint By Eileen Buckley & Marian Hetherly • Feb 8, 2018 WBFO News file photo The Buffalo Teachers Federation is crying foul over a district decision to reduce the number of teachers at City Honors. Teachers union suing to overturn new standards for charter schools By Marian Hetherly • Oct 13, 2017 NYSUT / Flickr New York State United Teachers and its largest local affiliate, the United Federation of Teachers, are taking newly approved rules for charter school teachers to court.