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Video: Saluting Our War Heroes: Robert W. Lally of Orchard Park

Robert W. Lally suffered a childhood injury to his left arm that kept him from becoming a pilot during World War II, but his battlefield heroism with the Army in the European Theater included the rescue of his wounded sergeant.

Audio: Peeking into Past and Future of Coca-Cola Field

The News' Brian Meyer talks with WBFO Radio's Eileen Buckley about early discussions that focus on the need to upgrade the downtown stadium. In this Press Pass segment, they discuss the stadium's past and upcoming efforts to turn it into a "next generation" ballpark:

Videos: Nickel City Clogger Festival, watch how clogger shoes are made

Watch cloggers at this weekend's Nickel City Clogger Festival do their thing here:

Steven Taylor of Carl's Clogging Supplies shows how clogging shoes are made.

Video: Could Bon Jovi be part of Bills' ownership equation?

Rumors are rekindling that rocker Bon Jovi is part of a potential ownership team that's eyeing the Buffalo Bills. The News' Tom Precious also talks with Brian Meyer about speculation that a new stadium might eventually be built in Niagara County:

Find how much Medicare paid your doctor

Look up how much your physician received in Medicare reimbursements in 2012. Or search for the results by medical specialty or type of medical procedure. Click the Details link on the results page for more information about total reimbursements, the number of times each physician performed a procedure and number of patients.

The searchable database includes more than 3,000 physicians and other health care providers in Western New York.

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A Buffalo News analysis shows the biggest share of 2012 Medicare payments in the region went to internists, the front-line doctors for many patients, but a handful of radiation oncologists and ophthalmologists individually ranked as the most highly reimbursed doctors here.

The most common service Medicare paid for in the region was the office visit. The roughly 660,000 office visits for new and returning patients in 2012 cost the federal health program for the elderly more than $35 million.

As a group, internists were paid $25.3 million, more than any other type of medical provider, followed by ophthalmologists and family practitioners.

Live video: Fort Hood memorial

Watch the White House's streaming video of a memorial for three sergeants killed in the Fort Hood shooting.

Video: Reaction to verdicts in Levi Clayton slaying

Video: Eat like a Roman, at UB

UB Classics Department professors offer an Eat Like a Roman Course, with the occasional dinner for students featuring a Roman menu. Students dress up in togas in the spirit of the event.

Video: Protest over Catholic school closings

Parents, grandparents, teachers, students rallied Sunday on lawn of bishop's mansion to oppose closure of 10 elementary schools.

 

Video: Honoring fallen Buffalo Police Officer Patricia Parete

The Badge of Honor Association today erected a sign honoring Police Officer Patricia Parete at W. Chippewa and Georgia Street, the site where she was shot Dec. 5, 2006. She was paralyzed from the neck down and died of complications from her wound Feb. 2, 2013.

Photo shows the sign honoring Parete at the site where she was shot.

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The location where Buffalo Police Officer Patty Parete was shot is now marked with a sign. (John Hickey/Buffalo News)
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