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'The Interview' Opens at Two Theatres in Western New York

Lancaster

'The Interview' Opens at Two Theatres in Western New York

The film "The Interview" opened Friday at Flix Stadium 10 in Lancaster and Lakewood Cinema 8. Time Warner Cable News reporter Antoinette DelBel spoke with people who went to watch the controversial comedy. Updated 8:26 PM

Canadian Shoppers Cross the Border to Shop on Boxing Day

Niagara Falls

Canadian Shoppers Cross the Border to Shop on Boxing Day

For U.S. shoppers, the day after Christmas means returns and deep discounts, but as Time Warner Cable News reporter Kevin Jolly tells us, for Canadians it's also a day to hit the malls after crossing the border. 4:56 PM

WNY Awaits Local Theater Release of "The Interview"

Chautauqua County

WNY Awaits Local Theater Release of "The Interview"

It's been a long road getting there but this Christmas Seth Rogen's controversial new flick The Interview was released in a limited amount of theaters. Time Warner Cable News reporter Ryan Whalen tells us moviegoers in Western New York will have to wait just a little bit longer though. 12/25/2014 09:52 PM

Volunteers Spread Christmas Cheer With Holiday Dinners

City of Buffalo

Volunteers Spread Christmas Cheer With Holiday Dinners

Time Warner Cable News reporter Meg Rossman shows us how a small army of people spent Christmas giving back with the help of Buffalo City Mission and Salvation Army of Erie County. 12/25/2014 04:30 PM

Strong Winds Overnight Too Much for Trees and Buildings

City of Buffalo

Strong Winds Overnight Too Much for Trees and Buildings

Winds whipped through much of Western New York on Thursday, leaving many without power and damaging homes and structures, all before sunrise. Time Warner Cable News reporter Rebecca Vogt has an update. Updated 12/25/2014 03:44 PM

Warm Weather Could Impact Holiday Plans

City of Buffalo

Warm Weather Could Impact Holiday Plans

The weather outside certainly isn't frightful. In fact, according to our meteorologists, it's the warmest Christmas Eve since 1996. But as Time Warner Cable News reporter Katie Gibas explains, the unusual weather could still affect holiday plans. Updated 12/24/2014 11:12 PM

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