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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
Assembly Democrats Discussing Silver's Future as Speaker
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Assembly Democrats are meeting Tuesday to consider the future of Speaker Sheldon Silver and potentially find a replacement. Nick Reisman has more from Albany. 01:05 PM
Dozens of Animals Rescused from Lockport Home
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Dozens of animals were removed from a City of Lockport home. 10:41 AM
Man Sentenced for Hitting and Killing Woman With SUV
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Prosecutors said Ian Diebold told police he was on his way to buy heroin when he hit a 65-year-old woman who was unloading packages from a car on Grant Street in Buffalo. 03:29 PM
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Most major U.S. carriers say passengers with tickets can change their flights without extra fees, which could ordinarily cost several hundred dollars. 08:46 AM
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In Court: Graphic Details of Torture Lewiston Man Allegedly Inflicted on Victims
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Buffalo Irish Center Crowdfunds For Repairs
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Assemblyman: Sheldon Silver Asked to Step Down, Assembly Will Regroup Tuesday
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Red Cross Ready to Help with Downstate Storm
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