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Shopping Creeping Into Thanksgiving Day

Amherst, NY (WBEN) -- Spot checks from around the area suggest that Western New Yorkers are perfectly fine with starting their Black Friday shopping on Turkey Thursday.
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Large Crowd for this Year's Turkey Trot

BUFFALO, NY (AP/WBEN) - About 14,000 runners are signed up for the 120th running of the Turkey Trot in downtown Buffalo.

Police Arrest Suspect in Key Bank Robbery

Niagara Falls, NY (WBEN) - Niagara Falls Police Detectives arrested a suspect in the robbery of the Main Street Key Bank that occurred on Tuesday afternoon.

Phallen Hospitalized After Prison Suicide Attempt

Niagara Falls, NY - A man accused of kidnapping and torturing at least three women has reportedly attempted suicide while in the Niagara County Jail.
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NY Troopers to Step up Road Enforcement Over Thanksgiving

ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - New York State Police say they will be stepping up road patrols over the holiday weekend.
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Court Hears Arguments on Fantasy Sports

New York, NY (AP) A judge says he won't issue a ruling today over the legality of the country's two biggest daily fantasy sports companies.
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Former Hooker Chemical Employees May Get Benefits

Niagara Falls, NY (WBEN) - Former employees of Hooker Chemical may now be eligible for an expedited process to get assistance if they got cancer from the job.

Lockport Man Accused of Kicking a Baby

Lockport, NY (WBEN) State Police say a Lockport man injured a child during an incident in Royalton.

Higgins Doesn't Want Resources Misused in Fight Against ISIS

Niagara Falls, NY (WBEN) - While many over the last week and a half have questioned the idea of letting Syrian refugees in to the US, proponents have said that becoming a refugee is perhaps the most difficult way to get in to the country
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Obama: No Credible Intelligence About Plot Against US

WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Barack Obama says there's currently no specific, credible intelligence that would indicate a potential terrorist plot in the U.S. during the holidays.
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