Olean A 13-year-old girl has been charged after police in Olean said she tried to rob a store. 03/30/2015 01:01 PM
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.
03/29/2015 05:15 PM
Kenneth Adams met Thursday with Allegany County residents to discuss the governor's proposed Property Tax Credit.
03/26/2015 10:00 PM
Western New York Reacts To Initial State Education Budget Plans
City of Buffalo
While there's still no bill specifically detailing education spending, including how much money each district can expect, some information has been released by lawmakers. Time Warner Cable News reporter Ryan Whalen has more. 03/30/2015 10:14 PM
Lloyd's Location on Hertel Not Ready to Open Yet
City of Buffalo
The opening for the brick-and-mortar Lloyd's location has been pushed back to May or June. The owners of the taco truck are setting up shop in a former sidewalk cafe on Hertel Avenue. 03/30/2015 09:07 PM
DREAM Act Left Out of Budget
Albany
The budget agreement does not include the DREAM Act, which would help undocumented immigrants afford college by making them eligible for TAP. As Time Warner Cable News reporter Emily DeFeciani explains, it's a big disappointment for advocates, who have been at the State Capitol every day, pushing for the funding. 03/30/2015 09:00 PM
State Budget Expected to Pass On Time After Several Proposals Are Dropped
New York City
In advance of Wednesday's deadline, state lawmakers and Governor Andrew Cuomo have reached a framework deal on a $140 billion state budget. Voting is expected to take place over the next two days, clearing the way for a fifth consecutive on-time budget for the governor and the legislature. 03/30/2015 08:24 PM
Congress Debates Competing Bills About GMO Labeling
Washington, D.C.
A dispute over the labeling of genetically engineered food is heating up on Capitol Hill. Lawmakers have filed competing bills on the issue of whether Americans should know if their food has genetically modified ingredients. Our Washington bureau reporter Geoff Bennett has the details. 03/30/2015 08:10 PM
Western New Yorker Confirmed to Lead Statewide Economic Development
Albany
Howard Zemsky, known for his work on the Buffalo Billion initiative, has been confirmed by the state Senate to lead the Empire State Development Corporation. 03/30/2015 07:55 PM
Ethics Deal Levels the Playing Field
Albany
State legislators working as private practice attorneys will now be required to disclose their most profitable legal clients. Geoff Redick reports. 03/30/2015 06:30 PM
To Show His Gratitude, Local Soldier Spearheads Two-Day Blood Drive in Buffalo
Hamburg
Last year, nearly 20 pints of blood from volunteer donors helped save Sgt. First Class Adam Carabello's life. Time Warner Cable News reporter Kaitlyn Lionti found out he's now showing his appreciation by encouraging more people to roll up their sleeves and donate. 03/30/2015 05:38 PM
Budget Deal Focuses Heavily on Education
Albany
The proposed budget agreement shows a budget heavily centered around education reform and funding. Karen Tararache has the details. 03/30/2015 05:30 PM
Iron Island Museum Crowdfunds For Building Repairs
City of Buffalo
As Time Warner Cable News reporter Rebecca Vogt learned, the museum is in dire need of repairs, so they're asking the public to help preserve this piece of Queen City history. 03/30/2015 05:22 PM

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The property tax circuit breaker didn't make the budget but a tax break for yacht owners did. The Fiscal Policy Institute's Ron Deutsch and Robert McKeon of TREND joined us to discuss.
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Tim Kremer of the NYS School Boards Association and Bob Lowry from the NYS Council of School Superintendents joined us to discuss education in the state budget.
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There are nine universities across New York with chapters of the national Food Recovery Network.
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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It's officially spring -- time to start thinking about this year's outdoor projects, some may require more planning than others. Solomon Syed has more in this edition of Your Home.
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