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BREAKING: Standoff in LeRoy Ends; 1 dead

Police are no longer  telling residents in the Genesee County town of LeRoy   to remain in their homes after a man was fatally shot and a house was set on fire.

Unlike 2014, Another November To Remember

Buffalo is flirting with the possibility of having the latest measurable snowfall on record, and the National Weather Service has issued several markers that show how different November 2015 was from the record snows of last year.
Silver Guilty

Silver Conviction Shakes Up Albany; Re-Ignites Reform Talk

The conviction of former Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver has shaken New York politics and provoked fresh calls to overhaul a government with a long history of corruption.

Flight Diverted To Buffalo

Cheektowaga, NY (WBEN) -- A JetBlue flight had to make an emergency landing at Buffalo Niagara International Sunday night.
Cats Rescued

Dozens of Cats Removed from West Seneca Animal Rescue Cente

West Seneca, NY (WBEN) SPCA Serving Erie County Animal Cruelty Investigators, veterinarians, and Rescue Team members are at the scene at Bob The Cat Animal Rescue, 39 Creekview Drive in West Seneca, after receiving complaints of several cats not being cared for.
Rex Ryan
Seeing Red

Bills Coach Ryan Throws Red Flag on How He Challenges Calls

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) - Rex Ryan has thrown a red flag on how the Buffalo Bills determine when to challenge a play.

Silver Convicted at Corruption Trial

NEW YORK (AP) - A lawmaker who was one of New York's most powerful politicians has been convicted by a federal jury of charges that he used the power of his office to earn $5 million illegally.

No. 2 Job at NY State Police Goes to a Woman for First Time

ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - A woman will hold the No. 2 job at the New York State Police for the first time.
Charles Schumer
Next Leader?

Schumer: Senate Promotion Wouldn't Dim Love for Upstate NY

ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - Sen. Charles Schumer is ending another year having traveled to every county in New York state and says he'll be back again next year even if he is elevated to lead the Senate's Democrats.
Tom Kelly

Former WBEN Host Tom Kelly Dies

Tom Kelly, a big-voiced veteran music host on WBEN in the 1980s has died at his home in Maine.
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