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Murder Suicide In Allentown

Buffalo Police are investigating a double shooting on College Avenue as if it were a murder suicide springing from a domestic dispute.
Eddy Cue
Apple Pay

In Days of Credit Card Breaches, is Apple Pay a Better Way?

Wegman's is one of the largest supermarket chains in the nation prepared to take the ApplePay system.  And nationwide, you can flash your new iPhone in the checkout line to pay for food, clothing and other goods. But would you?

Psych. Reax

Psychiatrist: NYSAFE Act Not Consistent On Mental Stability

This weekend, the New York Times reported some 34,500 New Yorkers were declared mentally unstable when it comes to being able to carry a gun under the NYSAFE Act. An area psychiatrist says it points to a problem.
Ebola Suits

CDC releases revised Ebola gear guidelines

Federal officials are going on the road with new guidelines to promote head-to-toe protection for health workers treating Ebola patients.
Calls for Ban

Astorino Calls for Halt to Flights from Ebola-Stricken Nations

New York, NY (WBEN) Gubernatorial candidate Rob Astorino says President Obama and Governor Cuomo need to stop flights coming into New York City's airports if they carry travelers who have been to nations impacted by the Ebola outbreak.
Hasek Honors

Hasek's 39 to be Retired January 13th

Buffalo, NY (WBEN) Hall of Fame goalie Dominik Hasek will return to Buffalo January 13th to see his number 39 raised to the rafters of First Niagara Center. That night, the Sabres will play Hasek's former team, the Detroit Red Wings.
Grad Alternative

New York Favors High School Graduation Options

BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) - New York students will have more ways to earn a high school diploma under a change approved by state education leaders.

NY Ballot Question Divides Government Watchdogs

ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - New York voters will face a ballot question next month that if approved would create a commission to oversee redrawing the state's political map - a process that has long been criticized for being controlled by politics.
Molly's Pub

Molly's Pub Manager Hopes to Not Face Murder Charge

Buffalo, NY (WBEN) - Jeffrey Basil, the man accused of pushing William Sager down a flight of stairs at Molly's Pub in July, leading to his death, appeared in court Monday morning for a pre-trial hearing.
Restaurant Week

Dining Out? Local Restaurant Week Oct. 20- 26

Local Restaurant Week is about celebrating the local independently owned restaurants in Western New York and promoting our unique cultural scene, with discounts and special menus.

Would you use Apple Pay as a form of payment?
  Maybe. I'll wait and see how it goes first.
  Yes! It's the way of the future!
  No. I'll stick to my cards, cash or checks!
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