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Sunny Days

60 Degree Day Coming... in February

Some areas in WNY could see thunderstorms on Friday, but the almost unprecedented warmth will continue with tempertatures forecast for the low to mid 60s
Ride Sharing

Liberty Cab president putting pressure on Uber

Kenmore, N.Y. (WBEN) - In the wake of sexual harassment and discrimination complaints against Uber, Liberty Cab President Bill Yuhnke is asking the ride sharing company to join in his push to require any Albany legislation for the popular service to include background checks and fingerprinting for all drivers.
Evans Bank

Hunt Continues for Suspect from 2016 Evans Bank Robbery

The FBI office in Buffalo are offering up to $30,000 following the return of an indictment charging Waqar Ghumann, 27, and Mohsin Zamir, 31, with a bank robbery, entering a bank with intent to commit a larceny, and bank larceny at the Evans Bank on Niagara Falls Boulevard in Tonawanda on January 8, 2016.
Bribery Plea

Former UB Maintenance Supervisor Admits to Taking Bribes

Buffalo, NY (WBEN) A former UB maintenance supervisor admitted to bribery charges.
Higgins & POTUS

Congressman Higgins Speaks Out on POTUS Travel Ban

Congressman Brian Higgins opposes President Trump's upcoming executive order on immigration by saying the United States is a country of immigrants.
Little League

Former Little League President Gets Weekends in Jail

Buffalo, NY (WBEN) - A man who stole $49,000 from a little league in West Seneca will spend weekends in jail until May.
National News

VIDEO: David Bellavia on Fox and Friends Defending Trump's Immigration Overhaul

In an appearance on the Fox News Channel, he spoke of the dangers posed by unlimited travel from  Iraq, Iran, Syria, Libya, Yemen, Somalia and Sudan

Protests Likely To Fade , After Targeting Congress Instead of Pres. Trump

(WBEN)  President Trump is starting his second month in office and for now at least protests continue to target him and his local supporters like Congressman Chris Collins. But typically such movements fade after 6 months to a year.
Eric Schneiderman
Trump Enemy

Trump public enemy? NY AG Eric Schneiderman.

NEW YORK (WBEN/AP) -- More than most, Eric Schneiderman understands the risks of taking on Donald Trump.

New York's attorney general was a target of Trump's Twitter feed years before the president's assaults on "Little Marco" Rubio or "Lyin' Ted" Cruz.
Four More Years

Mayor Byron Brown Announces Run for Historic Fourth Term

Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown announced Monday that he is officially running for a fourth term as mayor.
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