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Suspect Nabbed

Bank Robbery Suspect Nabbed


Tonawanda, NY (WBEN) Town of Tonawanda Police make an arrest In connection with bank robberies that occurred on two consecutive days.
 
Power Outage

Power Outage in Cheektowaga


Cheektowaga, NY (WBEN) Police in Cheektowaga directed traffic on a number of busy roadways after a power outage affected nearly 5,000 NYSEG customers.
 
Demolition?

Time to Tear Down One Seneca Tower?



Buffalo, NY (WBEN) - Months have gone by without a prospective buyer for Buffalo's tallest building, and now the calls are growing louder to put One Seneca Tower out of its misery.
Hillary Clinton, Tim Kaine
Introducing....

Hillary Clinton's Moment Arrives Tonight


Hillary Clinton is set to introducing a woman that a pair of presidents have spent days promising the American public they'll finally get to see: the "real" Hillary Clinton.

ALSO INSIDE: Chelsea's Role
Hillary Clinton
Hillary Clinton

What Will We Hear from Hillary Tonight?


Buffalo, NY (WBEN) Tonight's the night we hear from Hillary Clinton as she accepts the nomination for president at the Democratic National Convention. We dug through recent archives to get an idea of what she may speak about.

 
Missing?

Missing Fisherman Search Raises Question


The missing fisherman on Lake Erie - who has been the subject of an intensive search for almost 2 days - has a criminal past and is wanted in Canada.

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Water

Water Authority Under Scrutiny After Breaks



Buffalo, NY (WBEN) - As water main breaks seem to be happening more consistently than ever before, the Erie County Water Authority has been under increased scrutiny.
Guilty Plea

Man Accused of Threatening Police Admits to Illegally Owning Weapon




Buffalo, NY (WBEN) The man facing federal charges for threatening to kill Buffalo Police pleads guilty to an illegal weapons charge.
 
John Hinckley
Allowed Out

Judge: Reagan shooter can leave hospital to live in Virginia


WASHINGTON (AP) -- More than 35 years after he tried to assassinate President Ronald Reagan in an effort to impress actress Jodie Foster, John Hinckley Jr. will be allowed to leave a Washington mental hospital and live full time with his mother in Virginia, a federal judge ruled Wednesday.
 
Pot Operation

Cops: Western NY pot growing operation discovered after fire


NIAGARA FALLS, N.Y. (AP) - Police in western New York say firefighters searching for hot spots following a blaze broke through a hole in the wall of a building and found a sophisticated marijuana growing operation in a second building.
 
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