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Shooting sends three to hospital

City of Buffalo

Shooting sends three to hospital

Three people remain hospitalized this morning after a shooting late Wednesday night, but Buffalo police are still trying to figure out where and how the victims were hit. 7:34 AM

Three hurt in rollover crash on 33

City of Buffalo

Three hurt in rollover crash on 33

BUFFALO, N.Y. -- Buffalo police are releasing limited details about a rollover crash that sent three people to the hospital early Thursday morning. 7:30 AM

Special segment: Meet Dr. Chocolate and Chewbacca

All Regions

Special segment: Meet Dr. Chocolate and Chewbacca

Time Warner Cable News and the SPCA Serving Erie County team up every Thursday to show you a furry friend who is looking for a forever home. Photojournalist Anna Hoffmann takes us to the Walden Galleria to introduce us to two siamese cats who want to be adopted together. 5:01 AM

Jim Kelly to return home for Easter

Buffalo

Jim Kelly to return home for Easter

Kelly's brother tells the Associated Press he'll return home tomorrow to spend Easter with family here, barring any setbacks. 4:20 AM

Pierogi pizza? Pierogi pizza

Cheektowaga

Pierogi pizza? Pierogi pizza

Chick-N-Pizza Works' pierogi pizza comes with mashed potatoes, sour cream and onions on top of a buttery base with mozzarella and provolone cheeses. 04/16/2014 07:05 PM

Excitement building for new development on Military Road

Niagara County

Excitement building for new development on Military Road

With new projects underway at the same time in two different municipalities, Time Warner Cable News reporter Antoinette DelBel has more on work being done in the City of Niagara Falls and the Town of Niagara. 04/16/2014 06:13 PM

Child abuse awareness forum focuses on holding parents accountable

City of Buffalo

Child abuse awareness forum focuses on holding parents accountable

A day after Erie County Executive Mark Poloncarz proposed 19 reforms to strengthen CPS statewide, county officials marked Child Abuse Awareness Month with a series of forums. Time Warner Cable News reporter Meg Rossman was there. 04/16/2014 05:11 PM

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