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Volunteers conducted an annual census of the homeless population on Wednesday. Time Warner Cable News reporter Mark Goshgarian takes a look at how the information is collected and used to help those living on the streets.
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Board Postpones Vote About Future Of Low-Achieving Schools
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The future of four low-performing Buffalo Public schools remains unclear as the school board Wednesday night decided to delay several crucial votes. Time Warner Cable News reporter Ryan Whalen has more. 10:34 PM
Body Found in Home on Watson Street
City of Buffalo
Police said the body of a 60-year-old woman was discovered just after 5 p.m. Tuesday. Updated 09:27 PM
Stop The Violence/Crime and Safety Forum
City of Buffalo
Community leaders held a Stop The Violence/Crime and Safety Forum on Wednesday night at the Tru-Way Community Center on Genesee Street. 08:30 PM
Ryan Joins Kearns as 2nd Assembly Democrat from WNY to Speak Out Against Silver
Erie County
We're hearing more from local Democrats in the aftermath of Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver's arrest on corruption charges. Time Warner Cable News reporter Meg Rossman has more on the work they said needs to happen next. 08:15 PM
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The highest court in Massachusetts has ruled the list of jurors who sit on criminal cases must be made public unless there is risk to jurors. 02:50 PM
New York State Lifts Liquefied Natural Gas Storage Ban
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New York State has lifted a storage ban on Liquefied Natural Gas. 02:25 PM
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People are being warned about a fake lottery scam. 02:23 PM
Several Lawmakers Announce Plans to Run for Speaker
Albany
It's back to business as usual in Albany as lawmakers attempt to move past Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver's corruption scandal, as more information is coming out about possible replacements for Silver. Nick Reisman has more from the state Capitol. 12:20 PM
Assembly Democrats Give Silver Deadline to Step Down or Be Removed, Pick Interim Replacement
New York City
State Assembly Democrats have given Sheldon Silver a deadline of next Monday to step down or be ousted as Assembly speaker, and they have picked an interim speaker to replace him. Updated 01/27/2015 11:00 PM
Syracuse Company to Play Unique Role in Super Bowl
Syracuse
A Syracuse company's high powered LED lights will help illuminate the field that tens of millions around the world will have their eyes peeled to Sunday. Ephesus Lighting installed about 300 of its specialty lights at the University of Phoenix Stadium before the NFL season began. Elizabeth Jeneault explains how this year's Super Bowl will be impacted by those fixtures. 01/27/2015 10:39 PM
WATCH: Sheldon Silver Not Saying Whether He Plans to Resign
Albany
WATCH: Raw video of Sheldon Silver leaving the state Capitol after Assembly Democrats announce Joe Morelle will be interim Speaker. 01/27/2015 10:20 PM
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Albany
A deal has been reached for Joe Morelle, a Rochester-area Democrat, to serve as interim Assembly speaker, forcing the embattled Silver to step down as speaker, effective Monday. Time Warner Cable News reporter Nick Reisman has the story. Updated 01/27/2015 07:30 PM
Assembly Republicans: Silver's Arrest, Aftermath a Distraction
Albany
The democratic meetings behind closed doors have Assembly Republicans wondering when they can get back to work. Just last week, Democratic Assembly Majority Leader Joe Morelle said that Silver's arrest was not a distraction. But as Geoff Redick explains, GOP lawmakers see it differently, and they want to get past this scandal, and get lawmakers back on the clock. 01/27/2015 06:10 PM
Office for the Aging Announces New Senior Dining Out Site
Chautauqua County
Senior citizens across Chautauqua County were served another option of healthy places to eat on Tuesday. As Time Warner Cable News reporter Mark Goshgarian tells us, the Office for the Aging added a new restaurant to its menu of dining-out sites. 01/27/2015 05:06 PM