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Driver Asleep?

Reports: Driver Asleep at Time of 198/Delaware Park Crash

Buffalo, NY (WBEN) Several reports say the driver involved in Saturday's crash on the 198 near Delaware Park was asleep at the wheel. Meantime, the DOT announces plans for new barriers along that stretch.
Man Killed

Officer Shoots, Kills Man at Rochester Area Mall

Greece, NY (WBEN) Police in suburban Rochester say an officer shot and killed a man after a confrontation inside a shopping mall.

Scneiderman Introduces Corruption Legislation

Less than a week after the homes of several local political figures were searched by federal investigators, the State Attorney was in downtown Buffalo pushing for the passage of new corruption legislation.

TREAT Act Proposed to Help Addicts and Those Treating Them

West Seneca, NY (WBEN) Congressman Brian Higgins has introduced a new bill aimed at helping more people be able to treat those with opioid and heroin addictions.
Call Her Caitlyn

Trans Woman Bruce Jenner Debuts Caitlyn in Vanity Fair

NEW YORK (AP) -- Bruce Jenner made his debut as a transgender woman in a va-va-voom cover for the July issue of Vanity Fair.
Not Guilty Plea

Ex-NY Senate Leader, Son Plead Not Guilty in Corruption Case

NEW YORK (AP) -- The former leader of the New York Senate and his son have pleaded not guilty in a federal corruption case.

Golf Pics!

Buffalo Bills Players Assigned to Golf With Jim Kelly

The Buffalo Bills take a road trip today -- instead of Organized Team Activities at One Bills Drive, coach Rex Ryan is taking the whole team to Batavia for Jim Kelly's annual charity golf tournament.

Voting Day

Lancaster Mascot Vote Set for Tuesday

Lancaster, NY (WBEN) The top seven mascots to replace the Lancaster Redskin now have professional renderings.

Pictures: Along the Scajacquada With A New Speed Limit

For the most part, drivers were obeying the new 30 MPH speed limit on Route 198 Monday morning, after Governor Cuomo lowered it in response to the death of a child when a car left the roadway Saturday and struck him in Delaware Park.

Work On Your Own Car? Maybe Not for Much Longer

Amherst, NY (WBEN) - Who owns your car? The question may be answered next month.
What's your reaction to the steps taken to control traffic on the 198/Scajaquada following Saturday's accident?
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