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Major Makeover for Disability Accessible Signage

All Regions

Major Makeover for Disability Accessible Signage

Signs across the state that designate accessibility for people with disabilities are about to get a facelift. Governor Andrew Cuomo recently signed legislation that calls for changing these signs. Time Warner Cable New Reporter Kevin Jolly tell us how the changes are aimed at removing the stigma associated with disabilities. 11:05 PM

Run Jimmy Run 5K Held At Coca-Cola Field

City of Buffalo

Run Jimmy Run 5K Held At Coca-Cola Field

Former Buffalo mayor Jimmy Griffin was honored Sunday morning at a run that started and ended at the baseball stadium he helped build. 8:55 PM

Chautauqua County To Host Two Additional Drug Forums

Chautauqua County

Chautauqua County To Host Two Additional Drug Forums

Chautauqua County is taking another step forward in helping those hooked on heroin, prescription pain killers and other illegal drugs. Time Warner Cable News reporter Mark Goshgarian tells us about two community forums to help educate the public about the dangers of addiction. 5:45 PM

U.S.-Mexico Border Volunteers Plead for Compassionate Solution

US

U.S.-Mexico Border Volunteers Plead for Compassionate Solution

The humanitarian crisis along the U.S.-Mexico border shows little sign of ending. Sacred Heart Church in McAllen has become a makeshift shelter as undocumented families continue on their uncertain journey. Reporter LeAnn Wallace has that story from the Rio Grande Valley. 5:12 PM

Paladino Criticizes Congel's Seneca Place

West Seneca

Paladino Criticizes Congel's Seneca Place

Rochester-area developer Scott Congel's plans for West Seneca is catching some heat from a local developer who says Congel is asking for unfair tax breaks to build on the site of the former Seneca Mall. Time Warner Cable News reporter Rebecca Vogt has the story. 4:42 PM

Aretha Franklin Upset Over Incident at Johnny Rockets

Buffalo

Aretha Franklin Upset Over Incident at Johnny Rockets

A spokesperson for Aretha Franklin says the singer bought a hamburger at Johnny Rockets as a takeout order, and was screamed at by a server when she tried to eat it inside the restaurant. Updated 4:24 AM

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