Fit Kids February Webisodes
Pennsylvania After the devastating water main break earlier this week, Time Warner Cable News reporter Mark Goshgarian tells us the city is slowly showing signs of recovery. 02/26/2015 05:40 PM
In West Seneca, they're keeping a close eye on Buffalo Creek following last year's devastating ice jam flooding. Senator Charles Schumer is now calling for a permanent solution to put minds at ease. Time Warner Cable News reporter Kevin Jolly has an update.
02/26/2015 08:09 PM
The Erie County comptroller claimed Thursday some of that spending is raising red flags, while the county executive said his storm spending is an open book and all you have to do is ask. Time Warner Cable News reporter Meg Rossman has an update.
Updated 02/26/2015 06:55 PM
More Than 16,000 Buffalo Students Currently Enrolled In Failing Schools, According to Report
City of Buffalo
The governor released a scathing report Thursday about districts with failing schools, and Buffalo Public Schools was front and center. Time Warner Cable News reporter Ryan Whalen has more on Cuomo's conclusions and recommendations. 02/26/2015 10:21 PM
Corasanti Case Brings Attention to Wrongful Death Statute
Buffalo
Should families who've lost a loved one in a wrongful death case be compensated for grief? An attorney who represented Alix Rice's family against Dr. James Corasanti says yes and tells Time Warner Cable News reporter Kaitlyn Lionti why existing state law should change. 02/26/2015 05:01 PM
Republican Lawmakers Push Gov. Cuomo to Release Projected School Aid
Albany
Republicans in the state Assembly on Thursday pushed Governor Andrew Cuomo to release school aid runs so that districts can better plan their budgets and tax levies, which are due to go before voters this May. Nick Reisman has more. 02/26/2015 09:07 PM
Six-Year-Old 'Superhero' Gets Ready for Another Heart Surgery
Hamburg
According to the Children's Heart Foundation, congenital heart defects are the No. 1 cause of birth defect-related deaths, and it often means several surgeries. Time Warner Cable News reporter Ryan Whalen has the story of a Hamburg boy's brave fight. 02/26/2015 05:11 PM
Finalist for One-Way Trip to Mars: 'Opportunity of Every Lifetime in Humanity's History'
Washington, D.C.
A one-of-a-kind mission to Mars has narrowed its pool of potential explorers, who say they are willing to spend the rest of their lives there. Washington bureau reporter Geoff Bennett has the story of one woman who is in the final running to make the one-way trip. 02/26/2015 07:13 PM
WEBISODE: Fit Kids February Experts Give Tips for Staying Active, Taking Yoga
This week, TWC News' JoDee Kenney spoke with Michael Scidmore, a program coordinator for the YMCA, for tips on what parents can do to get kids to exercise and stay active. Jodee also spoke to Krista Spohr, who teaches yoga at 365 FIT, about how yoga can benefit your kids both physically and mentally.
MORE HEADLINES
FCC Approves Plan to Regulate Broadband Like Utility
Washington, D.C.
The Federal Communications Commission approved Thursday a sweeping plan to regulate broadband like a utility, a move supporters say will ensure the Internet remains an open place. 02/26/2015 08:51 PM
Erie Co. Water Authority Busy Repairing Deluge Of Water Main Breaks
Buffalo
The combination of cold weather and old, cast iron pipes has wreaked havoc on Erie County roads, as troublesome water main breaks keep Water Authority crews out on repairs for hours on end. Time Warner Cable News reporter Rebecca Vogt has more with E-C-W-A's Executive Engineer. 02/26/2015 01:40 PM
Parents, Teachers And Students Meet In West Seneca To Grade Cuomo On Education
Buffalo
Parents, Administrators, Educators and Students are planning to meet in West Seneca tonight to vote 02/26/2015 11:27 AM
Pegula Sports And Entertainment May Move To Fairmont Creamery
Buffalo
Pegula Sports and Entertainment is in negotiations to move from the Seneca Tower to the second floor of the old Fairmont Creamery building. 02/26/2015 12:16 PM
Western New York Receives Grant For New Traffic System
Buffalo
Western New York is one of just 13 locations in the nation chosen to take part in a new traffic system. 02/26/2015 03:32 PM
Late Fees Waived For Shamrock Run Up Until Start Time
Buffalo
If you want to brave the weather and take part in this year's Shamrock Run, the late fees have been waived. 02/26/2015 03:17 PM
Carl Paladino Threatens Legal Action Against District Officials
City of Buffalo
He said they are committing slander by accusing him of being racist and sexist. 02/26/2015 07:00 AM
City of Lockport Optimistic About Financial Outlook
Lockport
While the rest of Western New York is digging out of snow that just won't quit, the City of Lockport is just trying to dig out of its financial troubles. Time Warner Cable News reporter Ryan Whalen found out that this week, they got more help from the state. 02/25/2015 10:43 PM
Brooklyn Terror Arrests Add to Fears of Growing Islamic State
New York City
Concern over the Islamic State's reach and influence is growing now that three Brooklyn men have been arrested on charges they plotted to join the terror group. Updated 02/26/2015 01:44 PM
Benefits To Having A Harsh Winter
Buffalo
Western New Yorkers have been through a lot this winter. They've been snowed in, frozen out, and probably spent way too much quality time with their shovels. Time Warner Cable News Reporter Sarah Blazonis tells us why some researchers say there may actually be a bright side. 02/25/2015 11:37 PM
Bottled Water Delivered in Bradford PA After Major Water Main Break
Pennsylvania
The Northern Pennsylvania city remains under a state of emergency, as the water supply has run dry following Monday's massive water main break. Time Warner Cable News reporter Mark Goshgarian headed there to see how residents are dealing with the crisis. 02/25/2015 06:37 PM
Credits Available for Niagara Falls Residents Who Have to Keep Water Running
Niagara Falls
While trying to prevent their pipes from freezing once again, some Niagara Falls residents are getting hit with hefty water bills. Time Warner Cable News reporter Kevin Jolly tells us how the city is trying to offset some of the cost. 02/25/2015 05:33 PM
Big Business for Stores Specializing in Winter Clothes, Accessories and Sports
Buffalo
Earlier this year, places were sold out of shovels and rock salt. Now, if you you're looking for another winter coat, gloves or hats the pickings can be pretty slim. Here's Time Warner Cable News reporter Katie Gibas with more. 02/25/2015 04:15 PM
UB Adjunct Professors 'Walkout' in Wage Protest
Amherst
Dozens of University at Buffalo adjunt professors walked out Wednesday as part of a national movement to fight for higher pay and job security . Time Warner Cable News reporter Meg Rossman explains and tells us how UB administrators are trying to help. 02/25/2015 05:20 PM
SPCA Segment: Meet Molly!
Cheektowaga
Photojournalist Luke Baker us to the Walden Galleria to meet Molly, a cat with a little something extra. 02/26/2015 07:13 AM
Push for Alix's Law Continues
Buffalo
Although Tuesday's settlement means the legal battle is over for Alix Rice's parents, there's still work to be done in Albany. Time Warner Cable News reporter Kaitlyn Lionti has an update on Alix's Law. 02/25/2015 04:07 PM
Habitat for Humanity and Homebuyers to Fix Up Three Vacant Homes in Batavia
Batavia
A partnership between Habitat for Humanity and the City of Batavia is opening more doors for prospective homebuyers. Time Warner Cable News reporter Rose Eiklor tells us why this should be a very generous year for the community. 02/25/2015 08:53 PM
Ice Bikes a Hit With WNY Chapter of National Parkinson's Foundation
City of Buffalo
Winter weather makes it a little more challenging to get any outdoor exercise, and that can be especially true for people with Parkinson's disease. 02/25/2015 09:25 PM
One Person Injured In Town Of Tonawanda Crash Involving A School Bus
Buffalo
One person was injured in a 3 vehicle crash involving a school bus in the Town of Tonawanda today 02/25/2015 10:52 AM
Cuomo Extends Pre-K To 3 Year Olds To Bridge Achievement Gap
Buffalo
Governor Andrew Cuomo announced a plan today that would expand Pre-K programs to the State's highest need communities 02/25/2015 01:27 PM