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Firefighter

Ailing Firefighter Gets 340 T-shirts from Comrades


BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) - A Buffalo-area volunteer firefighter battling leukemia won't have to buy T-shirts any time soon.
No. Tonwanda

Police: NT Arsonist Struck Again While Out On Bail


Arson returned to a quiet street in North Tonawanda this week and  an admitted firebug is now accused of setting fires almost immediately after being let out of jail on bail
Jetter Probe

Hamburg Super Admits Lie; Seeks Help


While the board debated his fate, Hamburg superintendent Richard Jetter was reportedly at Village Police headquarters Wednesday confessing to lying about vandalism he earlier blamed on those opposed to reform
ID Theft

Are You Keeping Your ID Safe from Snoops?


At DMV offices across the state they are just now recuperating from about a month long shortage of the privacy sleeves used to shield enhanced drivers licenses from being scanned 
Meanwhile, thieves assault more vendor databases. Are you safe?
Hard to Sleep

The Risks Of Being a Night Owl


Whether you are an early bird or a night owl may not only determine when you prefer to sleep -- it can also affect your personality and quality of life
Marcell Dareus
Training Camp

Marcell Dareus Ready For Bills Training Camp, Change


(AP) Bills defensive tackle Marcell Dareus can finally start focusing on football again, even though he spent much of Wednesday riding a stationary bike on the sideline.
GPS Stalking

New Law Aims to Take Down GPS Stalking


Buffalo, NY (WBEN) - It may seem like something out of a movie, but a new state law signed Wednesday cracks down on stalking by GPS.
Gang Raid

Fourteen Gang Members Arrested in Raid


Buffalo, NY (WBEN) - Local law enforcement and the FBI were at work early Wednesday  morning, rounding up members of the Schuele Boys Gang.
Kindergarten

Kindergarten Soon to be Required in Buffalo


Buffalo, NY (WBEN) - Governor Andrew Cuomo signed two bills on Wednesday allowing the Buffalo School Board and Utica City School Board to require kindergarten attendance of children beginning at five years old; current law does not require school attendance until age six.
Cuomo

Criminal Probe of Cuomo Administration Urged


ALBANY, N.Y. (AP/WBEN) - Political foes of New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo are calling for prompt criminal investigation of his administration following a news report that his office thwarted attempts by his own special corruption commission to investigate groups with ties to him.
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