Say Yes to Education says it's making progress in the Buffalo Public Schools. Time Warner Cable News reporter Kaitlyn Lionti tells us about the announcement Wednesday regarding the class of 2014, and what the program still has in store for the district.
Buffalo Police are searching for a man wanted for sexually assaulting a juvenile. Police say 41 year old Lenard Harris has been seen in the area of Genesee and Floss in the past.
The National Transportation Safety Board has released a preliminary report on last month's plane crash in Virginia that killed three men with ties to Western New York. The NTSB says the plane crashed in heavy fog on March 4th, just two miles from Norfolk International Airport. 10:56 AM
Chautauqua County is one step closer to providing more treatment and counseling services for those battling drug addiction. Time Warner Cable News reporter Mark Goshgarian has more about plans for a new supportive housing program in Jamestown. 05:01 PM
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Arizona Coyotes radio color analyst Nick Boynton, arrested after an incident last week at Buffalo Creek Casino, was a no-show Wednesday at a pre-trial conference. Updated 05:35 PM
All of the ballots have been counted and Letchworth, known as the Grand Canyon of the East, was voted number one in the 2015 USA Today Readers' choice award for best state park. 01:04 PM
The Lancaster School Board's decision to retire the Redskins mascot continues to stir up strong feelings on both sides. But the move has earned the board accolades from at least one group of local educators. 11:30 AM
An event this morning helped shed light on the solar energy system powering South Buffalo Charter School. Students at the school took part in the presentation led by Montante Solar. A solar power system was put in at the school, which opened up in August. 01:27 PM
Ceglia, who prosecutors allege doctored a contract with Facebook owner Mark Zuckerburg to appear like he owned part of the company, was on bail when he disappeared with his wife and children in early March. 03:26 PM
Even though ice booms are still in place on Lake Erie, New York's fishing season for trout and salmon opens today. The Department of Environmental Conservation says some of the season's best fishing can be found in lakes and ponds immediately after the ice is gone. 12:27 PM
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The Girl Scouts of Western New York are using girl power to tackle hunger across the region. Time Warner Cable News reporter Jennifer Auh talked to the girls about their efforts to tackle poverty. 01:41 PM
Governor Andrew Cuomo issued the ban for state employees, effective immediately, following the signing last week of a controversial religious freedom law by Indiana's governor. While some have praised the move, others call it political grandstanding. Updated 03/31/2015 10:14 PM
After months of fighting over the controversial education reforms Governor Andrew Cuomo had pushed to include in the budget, some of the debates will continue into the spring.
03/31/2015 10:50 PM
Governor Andrew Cuomo issued the ban for state employees, effective immediately, following the signing last week of a controversial religious freedom law by Indiana's governor. While some have praised the move, others call it political grandstanding.
Updated 03/31/2015 10:14 PM
In this Money Matters report, Time Warner Cable News’ Tara Lynn Wagner has some tips for those looking to save money on gas by signing up for a credit card that offers rewards for gas purchases.
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There are nine universities across New York with chapters of the national Food Recovery Network.
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