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Christians observe Good Friday

City of Buffalo

Christians observe Good Friday

Christians around the world and here in Buffalo are marking Good Friday, the day that honors the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. Updated 2:34 PM

Broadway Market busy with Easter shoppers

City of Buffalo

Broadway Market busy with Easter shoppers

Time Warner Cable News reporter Rebecca Vogt spoke to vendors and shoppers who say the annual pilgramage to the market is all about making memories. Updated 2:08 PM

Michaels says millions affected by credit card breach

All Regions

Michaels says millions affected by credit card breach

If you shop at Michaels for craft supplies, you might want to check your credit card statements. The chain says hackers have stolen the personal information of about three million customers. 6:32 AM

Mass, historic church tours mark Holy Thursday

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 04/17/2014 09:32 PM

Vendors meet with new management at Canalside

City of Buffalo

Vendors meet with new management at Canalside

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. 04/17/2014 08:05 PM

Jim Kelly to remain in New York City for Easter

Western NY

Jim Kelly to remain in New York City for Easter

There was hope the all-time Bills great would be able to come back to Western New York to spend the Easter holiday, but he will instead spend the holiday in New York City. Updated 04/17/2014 05:21 PM

City leaders react to rejection of school plans

City of Buffalo

City leaders react to rejection of school plans

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. 04/17/2014 05:06 PM

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