City of Buffalo A lawyer for one of the two suspects now says there's no proof the drugs belonged to his client. Time Warner Cable News reporter Sarah Blazonis tells us what happened when the pair appeared Friday in Buffalo City Court. Updated 10:20 PM
The college confirms Nicholas Figueroa, who graduated in 2014 with a degree in criminal justice and a minor in intelligence analysis, is one of those still missing after a gas explosion Thursday that destroyed three buildings.
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Erie County Clerk, Legislators Propose Law to Increase Road Funding
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Time Warner Cable News reporter Kaitlyn Lionti tells us more about the proposal, and why the County Executive says it's a political move that will have consequences for residents. 05:27 PM
Peace Bridge Authority Announces Major Improvement Project for Canadian Side
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Lawmakers in Albany Draw Closer to Final Deal on New York State Budget
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Coyotes Radio Analyst Pleads Not Guilty in Casino Fight
City of Buffalo
Police say Nick Boynton became abusive towards patrons and security of Buffalo Creek Casino around 1:45 a.m. Thursday and damaged casino property. According to police, Boynton even bit an officer's hand when he was being subdued. Updated 10:19 PM
Crews Battle Fire at Church Building in City of Tonawanda
Firefighters said at around 12:15 a.m., a fire started at the St. Clare Center, which is part of the St. Francis of Assisi parish. 05:30 AM
State Education Department Warns Ken-Ton Not to Boycott State Testing
This after the school board's unanimous decision on Tuesday to seriously consider a boycott. 06:14 AM
Sabres Express Disappointment With Fans After Thursday Night Loss
City of Buffalo
The Sabres' 4-3 overtime loss to the Arizona Coyotes may have been a crowd pleaser, but Buffalo players weren't pleased with their fans following the game. 06:40 AM
At Least 19 Injured in Fire, Building Collapse in Manhattan
New York City
Fire officials in the East Village said that 19 people were injured in the explosion and building collapse in the East Village, and the four people are listed in critical condition. Updated 03/26/2015 10:25 PM
Sattler Broadway Theater to Get Facelift
City of Buffalo
A Historic theater in Buffalo is about to receive a $7 million facelift. The group Western New York Minority Media Professionals has teamed up with Ellicott Development to restore the Sattler Broadway Theater. 07:30 AM
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. 03/26/2015 05:49 PM

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