Albany Howard Zemsky, known for his work on the Buffalo Billion initiative, has been confirmed by the state Senate to lead the Empire State Development Corporation. 07:55 PM
State legislators working as private practice attorneys will now be required to disclose their most profitable legal clients. Geoff Redick reports.
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We're learning more about the state budget deal announced late Sunday night. As Nick Reisman explains, lawmakers have agreed to a spending plan that includes adopting new ethics laws, increases school aid, and makes changes to the much debated teacher evaluation process.
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Emergency crews and the FBI were called in Monday afternoon to the newspaper's offices on Scott Street after a small envelope with white power inside was discovered. 04:36 PM
Friends of Buffalo State Grad Killed in NYC Explosion Remember Him as 'Always Smiling'
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Friends of Nicholas Figueroa returned to class less than 24 hours after learning he was one of two bodies found in last week's explosion. Time Warner Cable News reporter Jennifer Auh talked to the students who say he will be greatly missed. 02:32 PM
To Show His Gratitude, Local Soldier Spearheads Two-Day Blood Drive in Buffalo
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Last year, nearly 20 pints of blood from volunteer donors helped save Sgt. First Class Adam Carabello's life. Time Warner Cable News reporter Kaitlyn Lionti found out he's now showing his appreciation by encouraging more people to roll up their sleeves and donate. 05:38 PM
Budget Deal Focuses Heavily on Education
Albany
The proposed budget agreement shows a budget heavily centered around education reform and funding. Karen Tararache has the details. 05:30 PM
Buffalo Man Admits to Shooting Innocent Bystander Outside 'Old Pink' Bar
City of Buffalo
According to the Erie County District Attorney, Deverick Petty pleaded guilty Monday. Petty shot an innocent bystander on June 26, 2014 outside the Allen Street Bar and Grill. 04:47 PM
Rolling Stones Billboard Along the 190 Hints at Tuesday Announcement
City of Buffalo
A billboard with one word - "Tuesday" - and the Rolling Stones' famous lips logo appeared Monday in Buffalo, fueling speculation about a return of The World's Greatest Rock and Roll Band. 05:06 PM
Pregnant Woman Struck By Car Still Under Observation
Buffalo
A pregnant woman was injured after a vehicle crashed into her and then into a house in South Buffalo. She's under observation Monday, and police say charges won't be filed. Updated 12:15 PM
Lancaster Town Councilman Charged with DWI
Lancaster
Lancaster Town Councilman Mark Aquino has been charged with DWI after police say he hit a parked car Sunday. 12:31 PM
Olean Teen Charged with Attempted Robbery
Olean
A 13-year-old girl has been charged after police in Olean said she tried to rob a store. 01:01 PM
Deadline Approaches for Students to Transfer Out of Failing Buffalo Public Schools
City of Buffalo
District Parent Coordinating Council president Sam Radford said according to No Child Left Behind legislation, every student must be given the option to transfer while failing schools go through a turn around process. 04:33 AM

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