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County, federal officials warn of sharp rise in fatal opiate overdoses

Local health officials and law enforcers say the year 2016 is showing no signs of relief from opiate addiction. They're reporting a sharp rise in fatal ...

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Upstate news director checks in from New Hampshire

While New York's primary is still months away, today's results from New Hampshire may play a part in who remains in the Presidential race in April. Cath...

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Book author brings a Civil War & slavery lesson to Buffalo school children

An important Black history lesson was delivered to some Buffalo Public school students. WBFO's Focus on Education Reporter Eileen Buckley says the autho...

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World-renowned composer works with CSAT band students

World-renowned composer and music educator is assisting two local school bands with a performance to be held Tuesday evening. WBFO's Focus on Education...

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East Side project moves closer to reality

It's not the final step, but the city Planning Board yesterday approved the site plan for the new Workforce Training Center on Northland Avenue.

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U.S. Attorney assails Albany's 'culture of corruption'

The US Attorney who convicted both of the leaders of the legislature came to Albany Monday to speak to a conference of the state's mayors. But Preet...

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Kearns pressing First Niagara over planned takeover

A local state assemblyman says First Niagara Bank should give back $28 million it has received to create jobs. If the financial institution is taken ove...

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Press Pass: Unions plan to file against receivership

The Buffalo Teachers Federation and New York State United Teachers didn't file court papers against Receivership as planned last week. But union leaders...

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MAP to break ground on a new farmhouse in the spring

Along with this year's spring planting, the Massachusetts Avenue Project will be breaking ground on a new farmhouse. Thanks to a grant from the Rich...

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Buffalo Councilmembers assured city's water supply is safe

In light of the water crisis going on in Flint, Michigan, two Buffalo elected officials wanted to find out if the Queen City's water supply is safe.

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