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Buffalo School Board Votes Yes, Will File Petition on Paladino

The Buffalo School Board voted in favor of a resolution to file a petition which will remove Carl Paladino from the board. The resolution comes after Paladino's controversial December remarks about the Obama family.
Train Station

Public Comments on Train Station Site Today; Rally For Central Terminal

(WBEN) The group that decides whether Buffalo's next train station should be in Canalside, in Larkinville or at the former NYRR  Central Terminal on Buffalo's east side hears from the public today in their first meeting.
Re-use This?

PHOTO GALLERY: Inside the Central Terminal

Broken Windows and Grand Spaces.

With more people saying Buffalo's next Amtrak station should locate there, see pictures of the NY Central Railroad's abandoned terminal on Buffalo's East Side.

Inauguration Events Start Today

Inauguration festivities are set to kick off on Thursday, with President-elect Donald Trump  laying a wreath at Arlington National Cemetery
Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural National Historic SIte
Buffalo Inaug.

The Story Behind Theodore Roosevelt's Inauguration in Buffalo

Buffalo, NY (WBEN) Buffalo was the city of light in 1901, hosting the Pan-American Exposition. On a September day, President McKinley paid a visit, and American history changed course.
Andrew Cuomo, Melissa DeRosa
Cuomo & Trump

Trump, Gov. Cuomo discuss tax policy, health care law repeal

NEW YORK (AP) - Democratic New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is saying he stressed to President-elect Donald Trump the impact of federal spending on state budgets.
Final News Conf.

Final News Conference: Obama calls voter fraud claims 'fake news'

Washington, DC (AP) President Barack Obama says that claims of voter fraud in the U.S. elections are "fake news," and that the U.S. is the only democracy that makes it harder for its citizens to vote.
George H.W. Bush

Former President George H.W. Bush, wife Barbara hospitalized

HOUSTON (AP) -- Former President George H.W. Bush was admitted to an intensive care unit on Wednesday, and his wife, Barbara, was hospitalized as a precaution, according to his spokesman.
Tom Price
Confirmation Hrg.

Warren: Price may have helped company's stock

Washington, DC (AP) Democratic Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren is suggesting the congressman in line to become the next health secretary used his position to help a company he'd bought stock in..
Pedestrian Dies

Woman Fatally Struck By Car After Leaving Church

Amherst, NY (WBEN/AP) Amherst Police say a woman has died after she was hit by a vehicle just moments after attending services at a church.
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