Thursday, April 17, 2014

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CITY OF BUFFALO

Rejected BPS plans no surprise to district leaders

Time Warner Cable News reporter Meg Rossman tells us why they believe it's a sign of a much bigger problem, and why officials from Buffalo to Albany say something needs to change. 4:43 PM

Two members of Buffalo Common Council speak about the ongoing problems in the school district, and tell Time Warner Cable News reporter Kaitlyn Lionti what they think needs to change.

5:06 PM

The new company managing Canalside on Buffalo's waterfront took a major step forward in planning this summer's concert series. Time Warner Cable News reporter Ryan Whalen tells us vendors are showing a lot of interest.

8:05 PM

Passing train sparks three-mile-long brush fire

Firefighters say a train traveling along the tracks behind Military Road and Hertel Avenue began sparking around 1:30 p.m. Thursday. That set off several small grass and rubbish fires along the tracks.

4:00 PM

Remembering Ralph Wilson

RALPH WILSON

Levy shares thoughts on Kelly and Wilson

It's been an emotional few weeks for the Bills community with the death of longtime owner Ralph Wilson and Jim Kelly's ongoing fight against cancer.

04/13/2014 06:37 PM

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CITY OF BUFFALO

Mass, historic church tours mark Holy Thursday

Bishop Richard Malone led the Mass, which signifies the end of Lent and the beginning of the Triduum, or the three days of Holy Week that are the holiest of the Catholic Church calendar. Updated 9:32 PM

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