Chautauqua County As college basketball gets set to crown a national champion, a craft brewery in Lakewood has already won its tournament title. Time Warner Cable News reporter Mark Goshgarian tells us how Southern Tier Brewing Company busted through its bracket to victory. 05:09 PM
A 13-year-old girl has been charged after police in Olean said she tried to rob a store.
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Sunday marked the end of Catholic Charities appeal week, as the group inches toward its ten point nine million dollar goal. Time Warner Cable News reporter Mark Goshgarian gives us an update on the 91-st annual effort to help those in need across Western New York.
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Follow TWC News and Capital Tonight as Lawmakers Work to Meet Budget Deadline
A midnight deadline is looming for lawmakers in Albany. They're working into the night in hopes of passing an on-time budget. Updated 08:30 PM
State Lawmakers Race Against the Clock to Pass On-Time Budget
New York State
An on-time state budget could be in jeopardy as lawmakers vote this evening in Albany ahead of their midnight deadline. 08:21 PM
Parkinson's Disease and its Profound Impact Across Western New York
More than 9,000 people in Western New York are living with Parkinson's Disease, but it affects many more people than that. Time Warner Cable News reporter Sarah Blazonis found that, despite this, some feel there's still a lot of work to go raising awareness. 05:35 PM
Controversial Religious Sculpture 'Jesus the Homeless' Comes to Buffalo
City of Buffalo
St. Paul's Episcopal Church unveiled Tuesday what it says is a "gift" to Buffalo and Western New York. Time Warner Cable News reporter Kaitlyn Lionti shows us the sculpture and explains why it doesn't always receive a warm welcome. 05:26 PM
Loaded Handgun Found in Woman's Handbag at Airport Checkpoint
Police said a woman from Springville had a loaded pink revolver in her handbag, which was discovered Monday at a checkpoint at the Buffalo Niagara International Airport. 04:43 PM
Buffalo Man Pleads Not Guilty to Manslaughter in May 2010 Death of Infant Boy
City of Buffalo
Raymond Gonzalez was arraigned Tuesday in connection with the death of 13-month-old James Velazquez. According to the prosecution, the case against Gonzalez came together recently and was brought to a grand jury. 04:35 PM
Rolling Stones Make Buffalo Tour Stop Official
Orchard Park
The Rolling Stones will return to Ralph Wilson Stadium, announcing Tuesday a July 11 concert as part of the North American Zip Code tour. Updated 02:10 PM
Buffalo Native's Business Keeping Up Year After 'Shark Tank' Appearance
After start-ups get featured on reality shows like ABC's "Shark Tank," how do they fare in the real world? Time Warner Cable News caught up with the owner of U-Lace, who hails from Buffalo and now operates in Rochester. 01:06 PM
Buffalo Murder Suspect Pleads Not Guilty as Families Advised to Stay Away from Each Other
An Erie County judge makes a request of the family of both the suspect and victim at a homicide arraignment Tuesday morning. Raymond Smith is charged with second-degree murder in the death of Shaquilla Coston. Time Warner Cable News Reporter Sarah Blazonis was in court. 11:07 AM
Sabres Beat Coyotes
The Sabres, the NHL's lowest-scoring team, had a rare strong night on the offensive end. 09:56 AM

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Cooking at Home Special: Delicious, and Healthy, Meals for Kids
In this March edition of the Cooking at Home half-hour special, chef Dan Eaton shows you how to make seven delicious recipes to keep your kids healthy -- from family meals to brain-power food. Plus, be sure to look for many other great recipes throughout the month.
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Mediterranean style salad tossed with orange juice, fresh dill and black olives.
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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. Critics say that law could allow businesses to discriminate based on a person's race or sexual orientation.
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New Yorkers voted on several propositions during the 2014 election, one that would allow bills to be given to lawmakers electronically. Five months after being approved, and there's no sign of that yet at the State Capitol. Jon Dougherty has more.
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Steamboating has inspired songs as well as everyday expressions - from ‘getting off on the right foot’ to ‘stateroom,’ to ‘blowing her stack.’
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