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Richard Malone has resigned as bishop of the Catholic diocese based in Buffalo, N.Y. During his tenure, the diocese faced intense scrutiny over its alleged mishandling of sexual abuse allegations. Frank Franklin II/AP hide caption

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Ralphie V, mascot of the Colorado Buffaloes, is led onto the field before the team's game against the Arizona Wildcats at Folsom Field on Oct. 5 in Boulder, Colo. Matthew Stockman/Getty Images hide caption

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Louise Sano sells jewelry, clothing and gifts at her boutique, Global Villages, on Buffalo's west side. "It's very easy to integrate as a new American, a new person coming to the U.S. So I feel like I have created my own village," she says. Joel Rose/NPR hide caption

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Resettled Refugees Help To 'Bring Buffalo Back'

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David Vawter (left), project manager at LPCiminelli and Steve James, senior vice president of Operations at SolarCity, on the roof of the factory in South Buffalo. Joel Rose/NPR hide caption

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New York Banks On A Solar Factory To Ignite Buffalo's Economy

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