Buffalo's Early News with John Zach and Susan Rose
Weekdays, 5am - 9am

Text Us: #30930
Phone: (800) 616 WBEN
Business: (716) 843-0600
| More
World News
Spy's parents search for son after Cuba-US deal
HAVANA (AP) -- The parents of convicted spy Rolando Sarraff Trujillo feared the worst when their son failed to call home from prison and they were told he had been taken away at dawn. But officials assured the couple that their son was now better off....
Read More...
Pakistan: 77 militants killed after school massacre
ISLAMABAD (AP) -- Pakistani warplanes and ground forces killed at least 77 militants in a northwestern tribal region near the Afghan border, officials said Friday, days after Taliban fighters killed 148 people - most of them children - in a school massacre....
Read More...
8 children killed, mother stabbed, in Australia
SYDNEY (AP) -- Eight dead children and a woman suffering from stab wounds were found inside a home in a northern Australian city on Friday, police said....
Read More...
Key Profumo scandal figure Mandy Rice-Davies dies
LONDON (AP) -- Mandy Rice-Davies, a key figure in the "Profumo Affair," a scandal of sex and politics that rocked Cold War Britain, has died. She was 70....
Read More...
Hungary is new hot spot on migrant route into EU
ASOTTHALOM, Hungary (AP) -- With the Mediterranean Sea becoming too treacherous and other routes blocked by barbed-wire fences, would-be migrants are taking a new route into the Europe Union: through Hungary....
Read More...
2004 tsunami: Horror of 'colorful mess' revealed
Some 230,000 people were killed in the Indian Ocean tsunami set off by a magnitude 9.1 earthquake on Dec. 26, 2004. A dozen countries were hit, from Indonesia to India to Africa's east coast. Scores of Associated Press journalists covered the disaster, and as the 10th anniversary approached, the AP asked 10 of them to describe the images that have stuck with them the most. This is the third of their stories, which are being published daily through Dec. 26....
Read More...
UN chief visits Ebola-ravaged West African nations
MONROVIA, Liberia (AP) -- United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon praised Liberia on its efforts to combat Ebola on Friday during his second visit here since the start of the outbreak that now has killed more than 6,900 people in West Africa....
Read More...
In Lebanon, Syrian newborns risk statelessness
BEIRUT (AP) -- Nearly 30,000 Syrian children born as refugees in Lebanon are in a legal limbo, not registered with any government, exposing them to the risk of a life of statelessness deprived of basic rights....
Read More...
AP PHOTOS: 4 seasons in 1 war on WWI battlefields
BOEZINGE, Belgium (AP) -- A century on, the four seasons bring constant changes to the scarred landscapes and ruins of the World War I battlefields in Belgium and northern France....
Read More...
Russia to seek 10 years in prison for opposition activist
MOSCOW (AP) -- Russian prosecutors on Friday demanded that an opposition activist be imprisoned for 10 years on allegations of fraud....
Read More...
Poll
Do you think the Sony cyber attack is just the first of 'more to come'?
  Yes
  No
 
View Results

Get it Now

WBEN iPhone App

Perks

Contests

Photo Galleries

RSS Center