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WATCH: Raw video of Sheldon Silver leaving the state Capitol after Assembly Democrats announce Joe Morelle will be interim Speaker.
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The Boy Scouts of America has issued a statement after a Buffalo man who volunteered with the organization was charged with having and making child pornography.
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Apartment Management Company Under Fire for Numerous Code Violations at Towne Gardens
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Towne Gardens LLC, which has been accused of multiple code violations since 2011, is now heading to Buffalo City Court. Time Warner Cable News reporter Jennifer Auh has an update. 02:27 PM
WNY Groups That Fight Homelessness to Recieve $10 Million in Federal Funding
Senators Charles Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand announced Wednesday that 48 agencies in Erie, Niagara, Chautauqua and Cattaraugus counties will share the roughly $10.4 million that is earmarked for Western New York. 01:20 PM
Two Alleged Sex Abuse Victims Call for Pope to Investigate Diocese of Buffalo
They're asking Pope Francis to investigate the Catholic Diocese of Buffalo's actions in dealing with those who've been abused. Time Warner Cable News reporter Kaitlyn Lionti has more about their stories and the change they hope to see. Updated 01/27/2015 07:00 PM
Western New Yorker Goes Viral For Leaving Winter Clothes At Home During Blizzard
Western New Yorkers can certainly sympathize with parts of New York City and New England dealing with heavy snow and blizzard conditions. Time Warner Cable News reporter Ryan Whalen caught up with a local who has become one of the stars of the storm. 01/27/2015 10:11 PM
Deal Reached for Sheldon Silver to Step Down
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. Time Warner Cable News reporter Nick Reisman has the story. Updated 01/27/2015 07:30 PM
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Legislator Proposes Legislation to Lower Sales Tax on Gasoline
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Regional State Budget Address Set for Wednesday in Western New York
The governor's cabinet will take his State of the State agenda to communities across the state. Sam Hoyt, regional president of Empire State Development, will speaking Wednesday in West Seneca about issues directly impacting Western New York. 06:44 AM
Lloyd Taco Truck to Open Restaurant/Bar Location in April
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One Man Taken to Hospital Following Shooting on Buffalo's East Side
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Police Say Buffalo Teen Was Drunk at Fraternity Event Before Death
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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 01/27/2015 01:26 PM
Woman Pleads Not Guilty, Charged with Endangerment in Death of Batavia Baby
The second person charged in the death of a six-month-old child in Batavia appeared Tuesday in court. Time Warner Cable News reporter Rose Eiklor has more on what happened. 01/27/2015 09:51 PM