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Assault Charges

Jamestown Man Allegedly Critically Injures 6-month-old


(WBEN) -- Steven Spencer, 20, of Jamestown, is charged with reckless assault of a child and second-degree assault and is being held without bail.
Severe Wx

5 New York Tornadoes from Tuesday Storms Confirmed


(AP) --  The worst devastation Tuesday was in the town of Smithfield, between Utica and Syracuse, where four people, including a baby, were killed.
Arraignment

Gas Station Operators Accused of Stealing $1.2 Million in Sales Tax


(WBEN) -- Two Texas men who operate several gas stations in Erie County are arraigned on an indictment charging them with evading $1.2 million dollars in sales tax.
Controversy?

Dems Question Astorino's Work for Radio Firm


(AP/WBEN) -- Democrats are criticizing Republican gubernatorial candidate Rob Astorino over work he does for a national radio conglomerate, saying it may violate ethics rules.
Tenure

Teacher Tenure Fight Gains Momentum in NY


(AP) -- One month after a California judge ruled that job protections for teachers violated children's constitutional rights, activists are using the courts to drive home parents' rights.
No Robbery

Buffalo Man Charged with Lying About Being Robbed


Jamestown, NY (WBEN) Jamestown Police say a Buffalo man lied when he told investigators he was robbed at gunpoint while making a delivery.
 
Indicted

Keenan Indicted on Murder Charges


Orchard Park, NY (WBEN) Sean Keenan was in Orchard Park Town Court this afternoon.
 
Report Delayed

Report on Potential Buffalo Stadium Sites Delayed


BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) - A report that had been anticipated Friday identifying potential sites for a new Buffalo Bills stadium is now expected at the end of the month.
 
New Substation

National Grid Builds Substation in Amherst


Amherst, NY (WBEN) National Grid is starting construction of its substation in Amherst. It's a $16 million project expected to be finished early next year.
 
Cease & Desist

NY Attorney General Sues to Stop Ride-Sharing Lyft


ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - New York's attorney general has sued to block Lyft, the on-demand ride-sharing app, from operating in New York.
 
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