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Eichel's Future

Ready For Primetime? Eichel's Decision

The Sabres' presumed pick could decide to spend another year in college.
Skin Cancer

Roswell Park Offering Skin Cancer Screening May 1st

Buffalo, NY (WBEN) Rhiannon Gillette was 26 when she discovered what she first thought was a blemish. It turned out to be skin cancer.  

Her Story Inside
Boom Out Soon

Ice Boom Being Removed

Buffalo, NY (WBEN) The Ice Boom is going to be removed.

Pres. Race

Presidential Sweepstakes: GOP Senators Need Not Apply?

In New Hampshire this past weekend, candidates said  they should be considered for the presidency not only because they have conservative ideas, but because they had put them into practice as governors.
Andrew Cuomo, Josefina Vidal, Gustavo machin, Rodrigo Malmierca
Cuomo in Cuba

Gov. Cuomo Making History in Cuba

HAVANA (WBEN/AP) -- Cuban officials and New York business executives, including some from Roswell Park in Buffalo,  are exploring ways for companies to do business on the communist-run island despite the longstanding U.S. embargo that makes most trade and investment illegal, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Monday.

Adam Zyglis Wins Pulitzer Prize

Buffalo, NY (WBEN) -- Buffalo News editorial cartoonist Adam Zyglis has won the 2015 Pulitzer Prize.
Volunteer FF

Open House Weekend to Recruit Volunteer Firefighters

Buffalo, NY (WBEN) This weekend, volunteer fire companies will host open houses to help recruit and retain volunteer firefighters.
Deputy's Name

Name of Deputy Involved in Wheatfield Shooting Released

Wheatfield, NY (WBEN) Niagara County Sheriff Jim Voutour has released the name of the deputy involved in Friday's shooting in Wheatfield.
Bridge Traffic

Schumer Pushes for Queenston-Lewiston Expansion

Lewiston, NY (WBEN) - Often, if you look at wait times on Western New York's three major international bridges one will stand out.
Guilty Plea

Doctor Pleads Guilty to Unlawful Painkiller Prescriptions

Buffalo, NY (WBEN) A Clarence doctor pleads guilty to unlawfully distributing and dispensing oxycodone. He's lost his license to practice medicine, and could face up to 20 years in jail.
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