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Buffalo Man Pleads Not Guilty to Manslaughter in May 2010 Death of Infant Boy
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Raymond Gonzalez was arraigned Tuesday in connection with the death of 13-month-old James Velazquez. According to the prosecution, the case against Gonzalez came together recently and was brought to a grand jury. 03:35 PM
Buffalo Murder Suspect Pleads Not Guilty as Families Advised to Stay Away from Each Other
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An Erie County judge makes a request of the family of both the suspect and victim at a homicide arraignment Tuesday morning. Raymond Smith is charged with second-degree murder in the death of Shaquilla Coston. Time Warner Cable News Reporter Sarah Blazonis was in court. 10:07 AM
Buffalo Native's Business Keeping Up Year After 'Shark Tank' Appearance
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After start-ups get featured on reality shows like ABC's "Shark Tank," how do they fare in the real world? Time Warner Cable News caught up with the owner of U-Lace, who hails from Buffalo and now operates in Rochester. 12:06 PM
Nurses Protest Outside South Buffalo Mercy: 'Remove Our Gags'
City of Buffalo
A small group of registered nurses at South Buffalo Mercy held a silent demonstration Tuesday. According to CWA Local 1133, a member was handing out flyers earlier in March when the hospital's human resources director told her to stop. 08:15 PM
Loaded Handgun Found in Woman's Handbag at Airport Checkpoint
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Police said a woman from Springville had a loaded pink revolver in her handbag, which was discovered Monday at a checkpoint at the Buffalo Niagara International Airport. 03:43 PM

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