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Marshals Offer $5,000 Reward for Information Leading to Arrest of Paul Ceglia
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Attorney: Arizona Coyotes Radio Analyst is in Rehab
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'Girl Scouts Fight Hunger' Campaign Kicks Off
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South Buffalo Charter School Introduces New Solar Powering System
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Letchworth State Park Voted USA's Best State Park
Wyoming County
All of the ballots have been counted and Letchworth, known as the Grand Canyon of the East, was voted number one in the 2015 USA Today Readers' choice award for best state park. 01:04 PM
IRS Warns of Scammers Threatening Victims With Arrest, Deportation
Washington, D.C.
As the 2015 tax filing season winds down, the federal government is warning of a sophisticated scheme aimed at defrauding innocent taxpayers. As Washington bureau reporter Geoff Bennett tells us, no one is immune to becoming a victim of the scam. 08:00 PM
Buffalo Police On The Hunt For Man They say Sexually Assaulted A Juvenile
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NTSB Releases More Information About Virginia Plane Crash
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