us With the NHL Trade Deadline approaching, the Buffalo Sabres are expected to continue selling. On Monday, forward Brian Flynn was dealt to Montreal, and the Sabres have more assets to deal. Updated 01:40 PM
The family and the three dogs were able to get out before the fire spread to the whole house.
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David Coggins, 35, who was found guilty of murdering a Southern Tier couple, is scheduled to be sentenced Monday in Mayville.
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NHL Trade Deadline: Sabres Deal Flynn to Montreal
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With the NHL Trade Deadline approaching, the Buffalo Sabres are expected to continue selling. On Monday, forward Brian Flynn was dealt to Montreal, and the Sabres have more assets to deal. Updated 01:40 PM
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. 11:37 AM
Corrections Officers Charged with Assault Plead Guilty
Wyoming County
Keith Swack, Sean Warner and Matthew Rademacher were charged with gang assault and tampering with physical evidence. Updated 10:50 AM
Family Displaced After Clarence House Fire
Clarence
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Police Warn Public About Heroin in Pink Packaging
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What Kids Need: Community Forum in Olean
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Pennsylvania
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Water Main Breaks Plague Western New York
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Chautauqua County Executive Delivers State of the County Address
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Bottled Water Delivered in Bradford PA After Major Water Main Break
Pennsylvania
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Man Sentenced for First Degree Rape
Jamestown
Smith was sentenced to six and a half years in prison with 10 years post-release supervision. 02/25/2015 08:57 AM
Fire Victim's Family to Continue Her Fight Against Domestic Violence
Allegany County
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18,000 Bradford PA Area Residents Without Water
Pennsylvania
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