Albany WATCH: Raw video of Sheldon Silver leaving the state Capitol after Assembly Democrats announce Joe Morelle will be interim Speaker. 10:20 PM
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.
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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.
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Lloyd Taco Truck to Open Restaurant/Bar Location in April
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What started as the first food truck in Buffalo will soon add a brick-and-mortar eatery on Hertel Avenue. Time Warner Cable News reporter Alex Haight has details on the new venture and another new business next door. 10:29 PM
Western New Yorker Goes Viral For Leaving Winter Clothes At Home During Blizzard
Buffalo
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. 10:11 PM
One Man Taken to Hospital Following Shooting on Buffalo's East Side
City of Buffalo
Police said the shooting happened around 4 p.m. Tuesday on Sweeney Street. 07:08 PM
Legislator Proposes Legislation to Lower Sales Tax on Gasoline
City of Buffalo
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
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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
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Man Killed in Orleans County House Fire Identified
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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
Albany
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
Holocaust Survivors Commemorate Auschwitz Liberation
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It has been 70 years since the liberation of the Auschwitz concentration camp in Nazi-occupied Poland. Many of the survivors were back at the former camp today for an official commemoration. Washington D.C. reporter Geoff Bennett filed this report. 02:44 PM
Man Sentenced for Hitting and Killing Woman With SUV
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