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Decision Reached

Grand Jury Reaches Decision in Ferguson


Ferguson, MO (WBEN) A grand jury has reached its decision in the case of a police officer who shot a teen last summer in Ferguson, MO.

 
Clarifies Comments

Cuomo: Remarks About Meteorologists Not Intended as Criticism


Buffalo, NY (WBEN) As Governor Cuomo and others updated the community on the flooding potential following the epic lake effect snowstorm. The governor also clarified his remarks to meteorologists.
 
Snow Damage

Damage to Ceiling at Southside, BFD Says Building Safe


Buffalo, NY (WBEN) Buffalo Public Schools say the building at Southside Elementary is safe, although there is some minor damage.
 
Flood Warnings

Flood Warnings EXTENDED


FLOOD WARNINGS EXTENDED For Cazenovia, Cayuga, and Ellicott Creeks.

 
Flood Ready

Flood Preps: Readyiimg for Evacuations Across Region


Temperatures were expected to hit nearly 60 degrees on Monday, causing Buffalo area residents to prepare for evacuations caused by runoff from melting snow, and overflowing creeks.
Andrew M. Cuomo
Criticism

Cuomo Challenged on Criticism of Weather Service


Buffalo, N.Y. (WBEN) - On multiple occasions over the weekend in Buffalo, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo took time to level criticism agains The National Weather Service forecasting leading up to the lake effect storm.  
Flooding?

Flooding: How Much, Where and When?


BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) -- Families rushed to pack up their valuables and schools closed in advance - not of snow but possible flooding. Temperatures were expected to hit nearly 60 degrees on Monday, causing Buffalo area residents to prepare for evacuation in the event of flooding.
Lexington Green

West Seneca Prepares to Deal with Flooding


West Seneca, NY (WBEN) Almost a year after the Lexington Green neighborhood dealt with devastating floods following a blizzard, the town of West Seneca is looking to avoid a repeat.
 
A  snow clearing effort  at Ralph wilson Stadium
Digging Out

Ralph Wilson Stadium: All Hands on a Shovel


Orchard Park, N.Y. (WBEN) - Now that the lake effect storm of November 2014 is over and temperatures have moderated, the Buffalo Bills are working around the clock to clear the snow from the stadium before next week's game at "The Ralph".

Creeks Rising


Buffalo, NY (WBEN) Forecasters at the National Weather Service are watching the level of area creeks and streams as the temperatures rise. Meteorologist, Dave Zalf says there has been some ice jamming on the creeks and a few are at flood stage. Buffalo, Cayuga and Cazenovia creeks could see problems Monday afternoon.
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