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Happy Returns?

Keeping Your Christmas Returns as Happy as Possible


Buffalo, NY (WBEN) As you start thinking about post-Christmas returns, the Better Business Bureau has some advice for you.
 
High Winds
High Winds

High Winds Leave Trail of Damage


BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — High winds have damaged two buildings in Buffalo and prompted gale warnings on Lake Ontario and wind advisories for travelers.

 
Nursing Home

Christmas Night Fire Evacuates Williamsville Nursing Home


Fire fighters were called to the St. Francis Home on Reist Street in Williamsville after a smoky blaze Christmas Night.. Minor damages were reported.
Tasers?

Tasers Over Guns?


Buffalo, NY (WBEN) - In the ongoing debate on how to better relations between police and community, the question of whether or not police officers should carry guns has been thrown around by some.
Closed Saturday

Ice at Canalside Closed Saturday


Buffalo, NY (WBEN) It's been a mild Christmas week. Great if you're driving, not so much if you want to skate outdoors. The Ice at Canalside will be closed Saturday.
 
The Interview

As 'The Interview' Opens in Buffalo, a Deeper Message for Many



Lancaster, N.Y. (WBEN) -- The Interview is officially showing in Buffalo after threats overseas prompted officials to pull it temporarily, and many people attended as a way to support freedom of speech.
Stopping DWI

Red Ribbon Campaign Begins


Lackawanna, NY (WBEN) Today Mothers Against Drunk Driving are handing out red ribbons at Thruway toll plazas.
 
Fatal Shooting

Buffalo Police Investigate Christmas Eve Homicide


Buffalo, NY(WBEN) Buffalo Police are looking into a fatal Christmas Eve shooting.
 
Partial Collapse

Partial Building Collapse in Buffalo


Buffalo, NY (WBEN) No injuries reported after a partial building collapse in Buffalo Friday morning.
 
Bruno Bill

AG: Taxpayers Pick Up Tab for Ex Sen Bruno's Fraud Trial


New York's attorney general has approved $2.4 million for the legal defense bills of a former state senate leader acquitted of federal fraud charges.
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