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The return of one defenseman ushers in a trade request from another. [Read More]
The Buffalo Sabres are bringing back a flood of memories in time for Thursday's matchup against the Nashville Predators. [Read More]
This investigation comes following the report on a former DEA agent facing federal charges of conspiracy, accepting bribes, obstructing justice and providing false statements. [Read More]
A Buffalo man, on parole after pleading guilty to starting a fire that killed his son, has pleaded guilty to a separate case. [Read More]
One player from each NFL team is nominated, the winner of the award receives $250,000 donated to the charity of their choice. [Read More]
The report states the court found them guilty of violating the terms of their visas. [Read More]
The Seneca Buffalo Creek Casino announced Thursday sports betting will begin Friday December 13th. [Read More]
There's some happy news for a long-time resident of the Niagara SPCA... [Read More]
The communications leader for the Buffalo Diocese has stepped down. Her departure comes one week after the resignation of Bishop Richard Malone. [Read More]
Tonight from 4pm until 8pm 20 store fronts will open their doors on Delaware Avenue in Kenmore for the 8th Annual Stop, Sip and Shop... [Read More]
7 Eyewitness News has obtained documents showing that prosecutors are dropping 88 of the 166 counts against Dr. Eugene Gosy... [Read More]
The City of Buffalo is looking into a program that would shovel every single inch of the city's 2,000 miles of sidewalk. It would be... [Read More]
Goodell was addressing the New England Patriots' video recording violation of the Cincinnati Bengals sideline on Sunday when he was asked about Kaepernick's recent workout... [Read More]
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Elmwood village is the place to be during the holiday season. Especially if you've still got to do your holiday shopping. [Read More]
While you're finishing up your holiday shopping, we're taking a look at some classic Christmas movies... [Read More]
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Kevin Schuler's status as a convicted felon hasn't stopped him from landing a controversial new position as the public face of Niagara County government. [Read More]
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A South Buffalo woman is well known by her neighbors as the person who will shovel walks, driveways and steps to help her elderly neighbors... [Read More]
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Just over 24 hours ago, a family lost everything after flames tore through their North Buffalo home. Now, the City of Good Neighbors is stepping... [Read More]
It's official. Duff's is spreading its wings in Buffalo. [Read More]
The Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority says it is accepting applications for its upcoming police exam. [Read More]
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