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Recall

Wegmans Announces Recall


Buffalo, NY (WBEN) Wegmans has announced a voluntary recall of in-store baked desserts that may contain fresh peaches, nectarines, and/or plums. The fruit was supplied by California-based Wawona Packing Company, which issued a voluntary recall when routine testing by the company showed potential contamination with Listeria
 
Expanding

Praxair to Expand Tonawanda Operations


Tonawanda, NY (WBEN) Praxair is expanding with a little help from Albany.
 
Lawsuit

Wielinski Family Pushes to Keep Flight 3407 Lawsuit Forward


Buffalo, NY (WBEN) The attorney for Doug Wielinski's family says his limbs were burned off when Flight 3407 crashed into his home in 2009.
 
No Flights

FAA Tells US Airlines Not to Fly to Tel Aviv


WASHINGTON (AP) - The Federal Aviation Administration is telling U.S. airlines they are prohibited from flying to the Tel Aviv airport in Israel after a Hamas rocket exploded nearby.
 
Time Changes

Time Changes for Several Sabres Games


Buffalo, NY (WBEN) The NHL has announced seven upcoming Sabres games will see time changes to accommodate national TV broadcasts.
 
Cabela's

How Cabela's Will Open in WNY When Bass Pro Failed


Buffalo, NY (WBEN) One veteran business reporter says the deal to bring Cabela's to the region when Bass Pro couldn't break ground on the waterfront is an apples and oranges scenario.
 
Guilty

Cartagena Convicted of Murder


Buffalo, NY (WBEN) Candace Cartagena has been found guilty of the 2010 killing of her daughter Bianca.

 
NY Gov. Race

Christie on Astorino: "Lost Cause"


New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says he does not plan to campaign for Republican NY gubernatorial candidate Rob Astorino because he does not campaign for candidates he doesn’t think can win.
Vanek

Vanek Involved in Federal Gambling Probe


Former Sabre Thomas Vanek went to the federal court building in Rochester Monday, apparently as part of a gambling investigation.   SEE VIDEO INSIDE
Nat. Guard Sent

Perry Sending National Guard to Texas Border


AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - Gov. Rick Perry says he's deploying as many as 1,000 National Guard troops to the Texas-Mexico border after growing tied of "lip service" from the federal government.
 
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