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One Direction

WNY One Direction Fans Relish 1st Area Concert


Under hazy clouds and in sticky heat, more than 30,000 of them filed into Ralph Wilson Stadium to experience One Direction's western New York debut.

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Patrick Kane

Report: Kane Case Before Grand Jury


(WBEN/WGRZ) Channel 2 News is reporting that a woman who says she was with NHL hockey star Patrick Kane's rape accuser has been subpoenaed to appear before a grand jury September 8th.
Why He Won

Why a Judge Ruled Against NFL Suspending Brady


Buffalo, NY (WBEN) Two legal experts are taking a look at why a federal judge ruled against the NFL in suspending Tom Brady for four games.
 
Jet Blue Cancellations
Sept. Sale

WBEN Extra: Now's The Time For Airfare Deals


"September is truly the magic month. Airlines have to fill seats, and that’s when you can save on airfare," writes CBS Travel Editor Peter Greenberg
Wings

Wing Eating King Ready to Reclaim His Crown


Buffalo, NY (WBEN) - It's the highlight of this weekends Wing Fest: The United States Chicken Wing Eating Championship, and defending champion Joey Chestnut is looking to reclaim his crown.
Found

Missing Girl Found Unharmed


Tonawanda, NY (WBEN) Town of Tonawanda Police say a 9 year old girl missing this morning has been found unharmed.

 
More Charges

More Civil Rights Charges Against Suspended Buffalo Cop


Buffalo, NY (WBEN) A federal grand jury has handed up two more charges against suspended Buffalo Police Officer Corey Krug.
 
Cuomo Wants Fix

Cuomo Says New York's Common Core Program "Must Be Fixed"


ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - Gov. Andrew Cuomo says the Common Core program in New York is not working and must be fixed.
 
Signs Pledge

Trump Signs Pledge to Back GOP's 2016 Presidential Nominee


WASHINGTON (AP) -- Presidential candidate Donald Trump ruled out the prospect of a third-party White House bid Thursday and vowed to support the Republican Party's next presidential nominee - whoever it may be.
 
Death Penalty

Prosecutor to Seek Death in Church Shooting


COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — A South Carolina prosecutor says she will seek the death penalty for a white man charged with killing nine black churchgoers.
 
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