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Gov. Cuomo Gives Storm, Flooding Update

Buffalo

Gov. Cuomo Gives Storm, Flooding Update

Governor Andrew Cuomo provided an update Sunday about what's next for Western New York in the aftermath of the storm. Watch the full press conference. 11:56 AM

Cars Abandoned During the Storm Get Reunited with Owners

Erie County

Cars Abandoned During the Storm Get Reunited with Owners

People who had to abandon their cars because of the snow storm got to reunite with them this weekend. Erie County is taking care of the bill for the towed vehicles, but as Time Warner Cable News reporter Antoinette DelBel explains, not everyone has a free ride. Updated 8:50 AM

Gov. Cuomo Provides an Update on Flood Plan for WNY

Alden

Gov. Cuomo Provides an Update on Flood Plan for WNY

Now that the snow is over, and the cleanup is underway, the attention for many turns to the dangers of flooding. The governor updated the preparations this afternoon for any flooding. Geoff Redick reports. Updated 11/22/2014 07:38 PM

Town of Boston Prepares for Potential Flooding

Buffalo

Town of Boston Prepares for Potential Flooding

Congressman Chris Collins was among area lawmakers who came out to the Erie County town of Boston Saturday to survey the scene after this week's snow. He said good progress is being made in the cleanup. But like many others, he's also worried about what happens next. Updated 11/22/2014 07:16 PM

Snow Still Causing Headaches in Hamburg

Hamburg

Snow Still Causing Headaches in Hamburg

Residents in Hamburg were finally free to hit the road Saturday after the town's driving ban was lifted. But as reporter Kaitlyn Lionti explains, that didn't mean everyone could do so. 11/22/2014 06:34 PM

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