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  1. Trade Expert: Trump's Promise to Bring Manufacturing Jobs Back Could Miss WNYRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Your News Now

    Trico Wiper Blades in Buffalo and American Axle in Cheektowaga: Two local manufacturing plants closed, taking with them hundreds of jobs. President Trump met with business leaders Thursday to talk about bringing manufacturing jobs, like those lost in Western New York, back to the United States.

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  2. Mayor Brown Calls on Public to Help After Buffalo's 11th Homicide of the YearRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 23 | Your News Now

    "We have a reward program that we have bolstered, that we put out to let people know that there are rewards for providing information that lead to arrests and convictions," Brown said. "So, we continue to reach out to members of the community."

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  3. Cuomo Administration Touts Nearly 800 Percent Increase In New York SolarRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 21 | Your News Now

    The numbers can be a bit deceiving. New York stated between December 2011 and December 2016, solar installations supported by state initiatives have increased by 615 percent.

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  4. Buffalo Mayor Prioritizes Impoverished East Side, Not His Next Career MoveRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 17 | Your News Now

    Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown's message in his 11th annual State of the City speech was a positive one. He said Buffalo's fiscally sound, taxes remain flat and there's development citywide.

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  5. Researches Already Planning Soil Testing Around Tonawanda CokeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 17 | Your News Now

    Starting as early as this spring researchers could start a planned soil testing study in the areas around Tonawanda Coke . In 2014, the company was fined for releasing cancer-causing benzyne into the air and dumping toxic chemicals on the ground.

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  6. Before Grand Island Gets Welcome Center, Feds Scrutinize What's InsideRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 14 | Your News Now

    Grand Island Town Supervisor Nate McMurray recently visited the new Long Island Welcome Center, which is a model for what a future welcome center on the island could look like. "It looks beautiful.

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  7. Nothing Nano About It: ECC's New Nanotech Center Presents Huge OpportunitiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 11 | Your News Now

    Both local and state officials were on hand for a ribbon cutting ceremony Friday at Erie Community College's new $5.7 million Center for Nanotechnology. The state-of-the-art facility on ECC's North campus puts the school in a class by itself across the state.

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  8. No Charges for UB Student Who Falsely Reported Sexual AssaultRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 10 | Your News Now

    The University of Buffalo student who falsely reported a sexual assault on North Campus this week will not face any charges, according to the Erie County District Attorney's Office. UB police say they first got the 19-year-old's report early Monday morning, alleging an assault happened near the Millard Fillmore Academic Center.

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  9. Bills in Downtown Buffalo? Mayor Says Meeting Will Explore Options for New StadiumRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 9 | Your News Now

    As the Buffalo Bills get ready for the upcoming season, Buffalo's mayor says a meeting will be held Friday to discuss a possible a new stadium. Mayor Brown now says a consultant the group hired determined three possible sites for the new stadium, including one he's particularly hoping to see happen.

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  10. 'We Just Want to Know What Happened to Him' Say Those Mourning Wardel DavisRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 8 | Your News Now

    Friends and family of Wardel Davis, left hurt and confused following his death, gathered Wednesday evening near a makeshift memorial to express their loss over the man they knew as "Meech." "He never did anything wrong and was always there for everyone.

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  11. 3 Arrested, 1,000 Pounds of Marijuana Recovered After Raid on Buffalo HomeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 3 | Your News Now

    The Erie County Sheriff's office says its narcotics unit, Buffalo police and Homeland Security agents raided two homes on Thatcher Avenue Thursday afternoon. They found several bags and five-gallon buckets full of marijuana, along with two loaded handguns and a large scale.

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  12. Metro Rail Extension Met with Skepticism by Town of AmherstRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 27 | Your News Now

    The proposed extension of the NFTA light rail would connect UB's North Campus in Amherst with the growing medical campus downtown. "We expect there's going to be congestion and traffic problems with big cities that we've never experienced in Buffalo, so this metro is going to allow people to leave their cars at home or a parking lot and use public transportation to get to the epicenter of the jobs," said Lt.

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  13. Across Upstate New York, Cities Affirm Sanctuary Status - But Not BuffaloRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 26 | Your News Now

    Within hours of President Donald Trump's executive order, meant to increase enforcement of federal immigration laws, mayors across New York State were reaffirming their cities' statuses as "sanctuary jurisdictions." That included Mayor Lovely Warren in Rochester. 9 comments

  14. Mayor: Buffalo to Remain 'Welcoming City' Despite Sanctuary SanctionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 26 | Your News Now

    People across the country are protesting President Donald Trump's latest efforts to tighten the country's immigration policies, and Erie County Executive Mark Poloncarz is among those in opposition. "I would think that if the Statue of Liberty was alive, yesterday she would have cried a tear because of what the president did," said Poloncarz .

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  15. Buffalo Museum Announces $1.4 Million Renovation PlanRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 26 | Your News Now

    Restore, reactivate and reconnect: They're words that the Buffalo History Museum's Executive Director, Melissa Brown, said can only describe their mission to transform more than a quarter of the museum's grounds. The group started fundraising last fall and held an event to thank their donors for helping raise the majority of their $1.43 million goal.

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  16. Facing Public Pressure, Developers Scaling Back Elmwood-Bidwell ProjectRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 26 | Your News Now

    Ciminelli Real Estate Corporation says it's bowing to public pressure and scaling back its proposed mixed-use project at the corner of Elmwood and Bidwell in Buffalo. The company says it's pulling its proposal for the part of the project called the Arbor building which would have covered the part of the site along Bidwell Parkway.

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  17. Hundreds of Western New Yorkers Leave for 'March for Life' in D.C.Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 26 | Your News Now

    Thousands of pro-life supporters are making their way to the nation's capital for Friday's "March for Life." Buses packed with people took off from a Lackawanna parking lot around 5 a.m. with about 400 people who will attend the march.

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  18. DOT-Preferred Scajaquada Plans Presented To PublicRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 25, 2017 | Your News Now

    "It's a really good marriage of the goals of many different groups and organizations," Akron resident Carley Hill said. "It's hard to roll back and create something that was and allow people to live in the current century," Peter Spira said.

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  19. Candidate for DNC Chair Pitches to Progressives in CheektowagaRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 25, 2017 | Your News Now

    One of the candidates running for chair of the Democratic National Committee is making her case in Western New York. She stopped in Cheektowaga Tuesday night to speak to the Liberty Union Progressives.

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  20. Protesters Rally in Downtown Buffalo for Women's Rights and Equal TreatmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 21, 2017 | Your News Now

    As hundreds of thousands are marching in our nation's capital Saturday, several local Sister Marches are planned across Western New York. Protestors will be marching about a mile from the Babeville building in the Theatre District to Niagara Square in the heart of downtown Buffalo.

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