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Lake Effect

Lake Effect Snow Watch Thurs- Fri

The National Weather Service has a Lake Effect Snow Watch for Thurs. morning -Friday night, with as much as 2 feet of snow in parts of So. Erie, Chau., Catt., & Wyoming counties .

Uber & DWI

Police Chiefs to Gov.: Ride Sharing Could Cut Down on DWI

Cheektowaga Police Chief David Zack, the head of the state Association of Chiefs of Police, has written to Gov. Cuomo arguing that the expansion of ride-sharing services to  upstate New York could combat drunk driving.
Joe McKnight

Road Rage Arrest in Death of NFL's McKnight

The man who fatally shot ex-NFL player Joe McKnight has been arrested and jailed on a charge of manslaughter.
NY Assembly
Pay Hike?

Albany Pay Raise Plan Not Dead, But Still Undecided

New York Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie says there's no decision on whether lawmakers will return to Albany for a special session focused on a legislative pay hike.

INSIDE: Hear New  York Daily News Bureau Chief Ken Lovett
Trending 2016

Top Tweets of 2016

The Rio Olympics, the American presidential election and Pokemon Go were the top global trends on Twitter in 2016.
Murder Charges?

UPDATE: Prosecutor Says Murder Charge Possible in Fire

OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) - Prosecutors say they are investigating the warehouse fire that killed 36 people, and murder charges are possible.

Buffalo State Football Players Under Scrutiny

Buffalo, NY (WBEN) Buffalo Police are reportedly investigating an incident involving at least six Buffalo State football players.

Al Gore Calls Meeting with Trump 'Productive'

Washington (AP) Former Vice President Al Gore says he had a "productive" meeting with President-elect Donald Trump.

Guns N' Roses to Play New Era Field in 2017

Orchard Park, NY (WBEN) - A legendary rock band is expanding their world tour to include Western New York
Donald Trump
Like Trump?

Poll: NY Split on Future of Country Under Trump

(WBEN) A new Siena College poll says that 49 percent of New York registered voters are optimistic about the future of the country under Donald Trump, while 48 percent are not., tied within the margin of error
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