Orchard Park ESPN's NFL insider Adam Schefter is reporting the Buffalo Bills and Philadelphia Eagles will exchange two fan favorites - 3rd year linebacker Kiko Alonzo for 3-time Pro Bowl running back LeSean McCoy. 07:10 PM
The school board on Tuesday allowed several opening speakers to make their case about whether or not Redskins is offensive. Time Warner Cable News reporter Ryan Whalen was there.
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Three alarms were called, and Lake Shore, Evans Center, and Newton Abbott were among the companies that responded.
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Dangerous Conditions at Buffalo Apartment Complex for Mail Delivery
City of Buffalo
Residents living at the Towne Gardens Apartments will not be receiving their mail, at least for now, as the U.S. Postal Service has suspended mail delivery for the apartment complex due to safety concerns. 09:13 PM
West Seneca Crews Remove Snow, Clear Storm Drains to Prepare for Potential Flooding
West Seneca
On Tuesday, crews were focused on the Lexington Green neighborhood, clearing snow and debris, but as our Time Warner Cable News reporter Katie Gibas tells us, residents are still concerned about what warmer temperatures will bring. 04:31 PM
Governor Cuomo Proposes Raising Minimum Wage
City of Buffalo
The state's minimum wage is set to increase to $9 an hour this year, but Governor Andrew Cuomo said Tuesday that's not enough. Time Warner Cable News reporter Kaitlyn Lionti was there Tuesday as the governor launched his "Fight for Fair Pay Campaign" in Buffalo. Updated 04:52 PM
Income Equality, Raising Minimum Wage Continue to Surface In Albany
Albany
Governor Andrew Cuomo has been pushing to boost the state's minimum wage, a push not well-received at Small Business Lobby Day in Albany. Capital Tonight's Nick Reisman has more. 08:00 PM
Maximum Sentence In Niagara Falls Motel Stabbing Death
Niagara Falls
A Niagara Falls woman who admits to stabbing a man to death at a motel last April learned her fate. Time Warner Cable News reporter Meg Rossman was in the courtroom for Tuesday's sentencing. Updated 04:43 PM
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Victim's Assistance Center Helps Families Cope with Crime
Jamestown
Family members still grieving the loss of Gordon and Joyce Skinner have found strength and support through a program in Chautauqua County. Time Warner Cable News reporter Mark Goshgarian shows us how. 04:33 PM
Police Called to Riverside HS for Fights
City of Buffalo
According to the superintendent's public relations person, there does not appear to be any serious injuries or arrests. Police cars were outside the school, but according to our crew on scene, students were dismissed as usual. 03:00 PM
Canisius HS Principal Announces Retirement, Effective Immediately
City of Buffalo
Timothy Fitzgerald announced in a letter to faculty and parents that he's resigning immediately for health reasons. He had been with the school since 1996 and was full-time principal since 2011. 03:13 PM
State Legislature Clashes on Transparency in Government
Albany
Governor Cuomo's office been clashing lately with both Republicans and Democrats in the state Legislature over policy on transparency in government. Nick Reisman explains. 03/02/2015 08:54 PM
Crimestoppers Offers Reward for Parole Violator
City of Buffalo
Officers said Isaac King was on parole for several charges, including burglary. 07:15 AM
Niagara Falls Ice Pavilion Renovation on Hold
Niagara Falls
Monday night, the Falls City Council voted down a resolution that would finance $3.1 million to finish renovations at the two-rink facility. 07:51 AM
Common Council Member Holds Public Meeting for Proposed Daytime Curfew Ordinance
City of Buffalo
Buffalo Common Council members, police and school administrators are uniting in a plan to better serve youth. As Time Warner Cable News Reporter Alex Haight explains, they are proposing a daytime curfew to help get more kids in school. 03/02/2015 10:54 PM
Buffalo Public School Transfer Request Period Underway
City of Buffalo
Parents of more than 27,000 public school students have until March 31 to request a transfer to a school in good standing. 08:23 AM
DPW Crews Busy Clearing Shamrock Run and St. Patrick's Day Parade Routes
City of Buffalo
The continually harsh winter weather has caused some issues for the annual Shamrock Run this coming weekend. As Time Warner Cable News reporter Katie Gibas tells us, both organizers and city crews are working non-stop to get everything ready. 03/02/2015 05:02 PM
Lancaster Alumni Group Brings Outside Pro-Redskin Voices Into Nickname Debate
Lancaster
The debate over the Lancaster Central School District's nickname is a microcosm of the national debate about the word Redskins. Time Warner Cable News reporter Ryan Whalen has more on why one Native American flew across the country to join the discussion. 03/02/2015 10:14 PM
Corrections Officers Charged with Assault Plead Guilty
Wyoming County
Three and a half years after an Attica inmate was beaten nearly to death, the prison guards responsible waived their right to a trial and pleaded guilty Monday to misdemeanor charges. Time Warner Cable News reporter Breanna Fuss has an update. Updated 03/02/2015 07:00 PM
Coggins Sentenced to 50 Years in Chautauqua County Double Homicide
Mayville
The Elmira man convicted in the double murder of a Chautauqua County couple will spend decades behind bars. As Time Warner Cable News reporter Mark Goshgarian tells us, Davide Coggins apologized to the victim's family before he was sentenced. Updated 03/02/2015 06:02 PM
NHL Trade Deadline: Sabres Deal Neuvirth, Stewart, Flynn, Mitchell
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The Buffalo Sabres were big sellers at Monday's trade deadline, as expected. Goalie Michal Neuvirth was dealt to the Islanders, forward Chris Stewart to the Wild, and in separate deals, Brian Flynn and Torrey Mitchell to the Montreal Canadiens. Updated 03/02/2015 05:06 PM
Mural to Shed 'Ray of Light' on Murder Victim
City of Buffalo
Struggling to cope with his sister's unsolved murder, a Buffalo man is looking to give others hope with a mural planned for Masten Park. Time Warner Cable News reporter Meg Rossman tells us more about the Ray of Light mural project. 03/02/2015 05:26 PM
School Bus Survey Shows Drivers Putting Children at Risk
New York State
It's against the law and very dangerous, but some people still do it to try and save time. A new report released this week shows that thousands of drivers illegally pass a school bus in New York state each day. Briggette Sayegh has more from parents on the alarming study. 03/02/2015 09:36 PM
Sen. Gillibrand Pushes for Uniform Response to Sexual Assault on College Campuses
Amherst
As Time Warner Cable News reporter Jennifer Auh tells us, Gillibrand and Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul met with students at UB North to discuss the ongoing problem and proposed legislation. 03/02/2015 03:23 PM
Dunkirk 2015 State Of the City Address
Dunkirk
Dunkirk Mayor Anthony Dolce announced plans that include working with the county land bank to remediate more than 10 properties, economic development efforts, and reconstruction of East 7th Street. 03/02/2015 10:40 PM
Victim of Fraud Says It All Began With One Phone Call
City of Buffalo
An Olean woman said Monday she hopes her story will help prevent others from getting scammed. Time Warner Cable News reporter Rebecca Vogt has more as National Consumer Protection Week begins. 03/02/2015 04:03 PM
Family Displaced After Clarence House Fire
Clarence
The family was able to get out safely, and no one was injured. 03/02/2015 06:53 AM
Border Crossings Impacted By Homeland Security Vote and New Bridge To Detroit
Niagara Falls
The stalemate over Homeland Security funding and the debate over the 'Secure Our Borders First Act' are each generating concern over the impact on our closest borders with Canada. 03/02/2015 11:37 AM

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