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Video: In Focus: Amber Dixon, executive director of Buffalo Arts and Technology Center

The News' Brian Meyer interviews Amber Dixon about initiative to help at-risk youngsters and unemployed adults carve out brighter futures.

Morning meeting: Stories we are working on

By Aaron Besecker

Here are some of the stories we're pursuing today:

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Video: Pet Tales - Talking Beagle volunteers at Roswell Park

Volunteers speak about their effort to give back to the community.

Live blog at 6:30 p.m.: West Seneca Board may vote on closing elementary school

Follow updates from News Staff Reporter T.J. Pignataro at the West Seneca School Board meeting, where a vote could potentially be cast on shuttering East Elementary School in favor of a controversial new middle school configuration:

Morning meeting: Stories we are working on

By Aaron Besecker

Here are some of the stories our staff is working on:

Continue reading "Morning meeting: Stories we are working on" »

Audio: Dan Herbeck, Charlie Specht discuss Love Canal stories

News staff reporters Dan Herbeck and Charlie Specht discuss new concerns being raised by residents who bought homes after the Love Canal neighborhood was declared safe in an interview with WBFO's Eileen Buckley.

Find the stories here: Choosing Love Canal for a Neighbor. 

$113 million Love Canal lawsuit: Is history repeating itself?

 

Video: Calf found in garage in City of Buffalo

Calf found in a garage in the city is now under the care of the SPCA. Agency hopes to find a new, proper home for the approximately 2-month-old animal.

Amherst highway chief reports many "fender-benders"

Amherst Highway Superintendent Bob Anderson tells Brian Meyer there have been "many, many, many small fender-bender accidents" throughout the town today. Says Anderson: "My advice is have patience, because it's going to be a slow ride home."

Buffalo streets chief talks about road conditions in city

Public Works Commissioner Steven Stepniak says crews have been pre-salting and plowing main arterials and even some residential streets. He talks with Brian Meyer about cleanup efforts.

Afternoon drive weather update from meteorologist

David Zaff of the National Weather Service talks about the tricky drive home that many commuters will face.

 

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