Albany A deal has been reached for Joe Morelle, a Rochester-area Democrat, to serve as interim Assembly speaker, forcing the embattled Silver to step down as speaker, effective Monday. Updated 07:30 PM
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Legislator Proposes Legislation to Lower Sales Tax on Gasoline
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High gas prices in Western New York have drawn attention from all over the state. Time Warner Cable News reporter Katie Gibas tells us about a proposed law to cut the price at the pump. 04:17 PM
Police Say Buffalo Teen Was Drunk at Fraternity Event Before Death
City of Buffalo
Police in West Virginia said Tuesday that a Buffalo teen attending West Virginia University had a .493 blood-alcohol at the frat event at which he was found unconscious. He later died. Updated 01:26 PM
Dozens of Animals Rescued from Lockport Home
Dozens of animals were removed from a City of Lockport home. Updated 07:15 PM
Program Encourages WNY Businesses to Pay Low-Earning Workers More Money
City of Buffalo
The Coalition for Economic Justice in Buffalo is now taking applications from public agencies, non-profits and businesses for a new living wage certification program. Time Warner Cable News reporter Jennifer Auh has more. 03:12 PM
Office for the Aging Announces New Senior Dining Out Site
Chautauqua County
Senior citizens across Chautauqua County were served another option of healthy places to eat on Tuesday. As Time Warner Cable News reporter Mark Goshgarian tells us, the Office for the Aging added a new restaurant to its menu of dining-out sites. 05:06 PM
Highlights from the 2015 Detroit Auto Show
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Man Suing City of Buffalo for $3 Million Faces New Drug Charges
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Assembly Republicans: Silver's Arrest, Aftermath a Distraction
The democratic meetings behind closed doors have Assembly Republicans wondering when they can get back to work. Just last week, Democratic Assembly Majority Leader Joe Morelle said that Silver's arrest was not a distraction. But as Geoff Redick explains, GOP lawmakers see it differently, and they want to get past this scandal, and get lawmakers back on the clock. 06:10 PM
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Man Sentenced for Hitting and Killing Woman With SUV
City of Buffalo
Prosecutors said Ian Diebold told police he was on his way to buy heroin when he hit a 65-year-old woman who was unloading packages from a car on Grant Street in Buffalo. 03:29 PM
Northeast Snow Storm Continues to Cause Travel Delays and Cancellations
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Charter Schools Request Space in Buffalo Public Schools
City of Buffalo
Board members say they were impressed by some of the educational programs provided by these schools, but they still have a lot of questions. 07:26 AM
Two Men Charged with Murder in Violinist's Death
Charles Sanford, 30, pleaded not guilty to seven counts against him, including second degree murder. Jonathan Conklin, 43, also pleaded not guilty to the same charges. 07:43 AM
In Court: Graphic Details of Torture Lewiston Man Allegedly Inflicted on Victims
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Three Elmira Men Sentenced in 2013 Chautauqua County Double Homicide
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