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Chuck Hagel Submits Resignation as Defense Secretary

Washington D.C.

Chuck Hagel Submits Resignation as Defense Secretary

President Obama made the announcement Monday at the White House, where he called Hagel an "exemplary defense secretary." As Washington D.C. bureau reporter Geoff Bennett tells us, Hagel is resigning under pressure. Updated 8:04 PM

Would $2 Million in Street Signs Make You Stop Texting While Driving?

New York State

Would $2 Million in Street Signs Make You Stop Texting While Driving?

Drivers have probably seen the signs on the highways that say, "text stop." It's one of many initiatives aimed at reducing the more than 3,000 distracted driving deaths every year. But how much do those signs cost? Who's footing the bill? Are they actually working? Katie Gibas filed a freedom of information law request to get the answers. 6:52 PM

Silver Creek Homeowners Deal with Flooded Yards and Basements

Chautauqua County

Silver Creek Homeowners Deal with Flooded Yards and Basements

Homeowners in the village of Silver Creek spent the Monday cleaning out their flooded basements, but as Time Warner Cable News reporter Mark Goshgarian tells us, it's not just the snowmelt that's causing the problem. 6:00 PM

Poloncarz: Creek Won't Cause Major Flooding in West Seneca

West Seneca

Poloncarz: Creek Won't Cause Major Flooding in West Seneca

Many West Seneca residents near Buffalo Creek are holding their breath in anticipation of any flooding. Time Warner Cable News reporter Jennifer Auh talked to Erie County Executive Mark Poloncarz who was assessing the area for flooding. Updated 1:12 PM

Village of Farnham Mayor Suspends DPW Head

Erie County

Village of Farnham Mayor Suspends DPW Head

The Village of Farnham is rallying around one of its own after the mayor there suspended the head of the DPW. Reporter Mark Goshgarian explains what led to the suspension and what's being done to overturn it. Updated 10:33 AM

WNY Prepares for Possible Flooding

Buffalo

WNY Prepares for Possible Flooding

As Governor Andrew Cuomo continues to monitor the aftermath of the storm, he was out on the road again Sunday touring areas that have seen severe damage and those at risk for flooding. Reporter Kaitlyn Lionti was there as Cuomo made stops in Buffalo, Hamburg and West Seneca. Updated 11/23/2014 08:03 PM

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