9 Years Later
Replacing Trees Lost in October Surprise of 2006 Buffalo, NY (WBEN) Nine years ago today, Western New Yorkers were shocked to be without power as two feet of snow fell at a rapid pace. The outages were caused by trees felled by the heavy snow.
Predicting 2016 (WBEN) - While some would say that it's still early in the process, David Rothschild, an economist at Microsoft Research, believes he has a pretty good handle on who will be on the ticket for 2016's general election.
Eichel Scores Unassisted Goal in Sabres' Victory BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) -- Rookie star Jack Eichel scored a nifty unassisted goal and Buffalo beat the Columbus Blue Jackets 4-2 on Monday to give coach Dan Bylsma his first victory with the Sabres.
Movie Crews Move in to Lewiston Lewiston, NY (WBEN) - A little bit of Hollywood is coming to Lewiston, as over the next few weeks the movie "Morning Sun" will be filmed in the village.
Flying Southwest Monday? Arrive Early, Fight Delays Southwest Airlines said hundreds of flights have been delayed by technical issues and warned passengers flying Monday to arrive two hours early and print boarding passes before coming to the airport.
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Could Making Pumpkin Pie Cost You More? Buffalo, NY (WBEN) This holiday season, it may cost you more to make your pumpkin pie after a rough growing season. But some area supermarkets say they're trying to fend off a later shortage.