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Sunny Days

60 Degree Day Coming... in February


Some areas in WNY could see thunderstorms on Friday, but the almost unprecedented warmth will continue with tempertatures forecast for the low to mid 60s
Eric Schneiderman
Trump Enemy

Trump public enemy? NY AG Eric Schneiderman.


NEW YORK (WBEN/AP) -- More than most, Eric Schneiderman understands the risks of taking on Donald Trump.

New York's attorney general was a target of Trump's Twitter feed years before the president's assaults on "Little Marco" Rubio or "Lyin' Ted" Cruz.
 
Four More Years

Mayor Byron Brown Announces Run for Historic Fourth Term


Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown announced Monday that he is officially running for a fourth term as mayor.
Collins Protest

Hundreds Protest Outside Congressman Chris Collins' Office


Hundreds stood outside of the Williamsville office belonging to Republican Congressman Chris Collins to protest his lack of town halls while the U.S. Congress has this week off.
Donald Trump, H.R. McMaster, Keith Kellog
New Adviser

Trump taps military strategist as national security adviser


PALM BEACH, Fla. (AP) -- President Donald Trump has tapped Army Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster as his new national security adviser.
 
JCC Bomb Threat

Local Jewish Community Centers Receives Bomb Threat


Buffalo police evacuated the Jewish Community Centers in Buffalo and Getzville on Monday following a bomb threat.
No Illegal Ink

Burke Seeks to Let Police Stop Illegal Tattooing


Buffalo, NY (WBEN) Erie County Legislator Patrick Burke is proposing a bill to allow police to prevent illegal tattooing.
 
Trio of DWIs

West Seneca Police Deal with DWI


West Seneca, NY (WBEN) It's been a busy time for West Seneca Police with a pair of DWI arrests Thursday, and a third early Saturday morning.
 
Hate Crime?

Allentown Attacks Seen As Possible Hate Crime


Three people were reportedly attacked in Buffalo Saturday evening in Allentown,  in what is being seen as a possible hate crime because of anti-gay taunts that eyewitnesses say preceeded the event.
Penalties

Toughening penalties if pets are harmed during crimes


FLORIDA, N.Y. (WBEN/AP) -- When Denise Krohn came home to find her goldendoodle Kirby bleeding on the kitchen floor, she at first thought it was a terrible accident. But she soon realized that her home had been ransacked, and that her other dog, Quigley, was lying dead on his favorite blanket in the living room.
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