City of Buffalo Poloncarz touted the "New Buffalo" spirit but said that more work would be needed to ensure the momentum won't be enjoyed by a select few. Time Warner Cable News reporter Sarah Blazonis was there and has a recap. Updated 06:00 PM
The game between the two teams with the worst records in the NHL is crucial for the top of the draft order. A last-place finish would secure a top 2 pick and one of prized prospects Connor McDavid or Jack Eichel.
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A radio analyst with the Arizona Coyotes, who are in town to play the Sabres tonight, is in police custody at ECMC after a fight broke out at the casino in downtown Buffalo overnight.
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Lothlorien Therapeutic Riding Center Asks Community for Help
The horses there help hundreds of people every year, from veterans to children with special needs and those in wheelchairs, but as Time Warner Cable News reporter Kaitlyn Lionti explains, a damaging winter has created an uncertain future for the non-profit's facility. 05:49 PM
Report: Few Alzheimer's Patients Told of Diagnosis
Buffalo
More than 5 million people are currently living with Alzheimer's disease, and according to a new report, less than half of them were told by a doctor they had the disease. Time Warner Cable News reporter Meg Rossman explains. 05:55 PM
Buffalo School Board Votes To End 'Sit And Stare' Policy
City of Buffalo
The practice forced students who wouldn't participate in state standardized testing to remain in the test room and sit in silence until their classmates are finished. Time Warner Cable News reporter Rebecca Vogt has an update. Updated 02:00 PM
Lake Erie Ice Boom Removal Delayed
Buffalo
With more than 95-percent of eastern part of Lake Erie covered in ice, officials say the ice boom will be removed later than expected. 12:42 PM
SPCA Segment: Meet Jameson!
Cheektowaga
Photojournalist Luke Baker takes us to the SPCA at the Walden Galleria to meet Jameson. 09:54 AM
School Board Member Paladino Withdraws Motion to Remove Superintendent
City of Buffalo
Carl Paladino said he did not expect the board to agree with his motion but said it still highlighted the need for change. 05:30 AM
Potential Candidates For Erie County Executive Make Way For Jacobs
Erie County
Erie County Comptroller Stefan Mychajliw and state Sen. Patrick Gallivan, R-Elma, both said Wednesday that they won't run for the County Executive post in November. Time Warner Cable News reporter Ryan Whalen has an update. Updated 03/25/2015 10:09 PM
Group Rallies for Community Schools Act
City of Buffalo
The act would leverage community resources and input to help provide high-quality education. 07:34 AM
WNY Counties Ranked Low for Health and Wellness
Erie County
The study looks at factors outside of the doctor's office such as high school graduation rates access to healthier foods, air pollution levels, income, and rates of smoking, obesity and teen births. 07:12 AM
Family of Man Killed on Peach Street Speaks Out Against Violence in City of Buffalo
City of Buffalo
The uncle of Buffalo's last homicide victim of 2014 is speaking out about violence in the city. As Time Warner Cable News reporter Kevin Jolly tells us, Denell Baker's uncle, who was more like a brother to the victim, is fed up. 03/25/2015 05:46 PM

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