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Located on the eastern shore of Lake Erie, the city of Buffalo grew quickly from trading to community to bustling city with the construction of the Erie Canal. At one stage, the country's 8th largest city, it was home to a thriving Steel industry and grain milling industry. These days, Canadian shoppers continue to bolster the local economy while the health care industry has become one of the regions top employers.

Population: 1254066
Local Newspapers: The Buffalo News
Local Sports Teams: Buffalo Bills (NFL) Buffalo Sabres (NHL) Buffalo Bisons (Triple A Baseball)
Local Colleges: Canisus College Empire State College University at Buffalo

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'Anchor Bar' runs out of wings on its 2nd day of business in NYC

If you were an Anchor Bar franchise opening in New York City , what is the one product you'd stockpile to make sure customers were pleased in the first few days of business? According to Eater NY, Anchor Bar NY -- which opened May 17 in midtown Manhattan -- did not have wings available from 11:30 a.m. until after 1:30 p.m. on its second day of business. Early days at the Anchor Bar and tempers are running hotter than the wings.

Grand Island: DeGlopper statue supported

As work continues on the expansion of the DeGlopper Memorial in the center of Grand Island, about a dozen people held a peaceful gathering in the park to show their support for a statue depicting Charles DeGlopper with a rifle. Overall plans for the park are "a wonderful idea," said one supporter Saturday, David Mokhiber of Lewiston.

Rev. Michael Curry Delivered a Powerful Royal Wedding Sermon. Read the Full Transcript

The 65-year-old preacher quoted Martin Luther King, Jr . and referenced a hymnal sung by slaves in the antebellum South to talk about the power of love to change the world.

Ontario's police watchdog probes police shooting at Fort Erie hospital

Ontario's police watchdog is investigating after a man was wounded by police at a Fort Erie, Ont. hospital following the stabbing of another man.

BAM! POW! The Batmobile crashes with Robin at the wheel

The Batmobile met its match in Buffalo, N.Y. on Thursday when it slammed into a highway guardrail. The driver, Jett Yaskow, aka Robin and co-owner of TV and Movie Cars for Hire, walked away with just a bump on his head.

Evergreen Health, UBMD partner on new HIV trial

Two HIV-positive Buffalo patients will be among the first in the nation to try a new treatment that reduces their medication regimen from daily pills to just once a month. Access to the injectable medication comes through a clinical trial taking place at Evergreen Health's downtown facility and the University at Buffalo Department of Medicine's HIV and infectious disease division in conjunction with UBMD Internal Medicine.

Buffalo Billion Defendant Changes Plea to Guilty

Schuler is one of three executives at LP Ciminelli accused of being part of a pay-to-play scheme that won LPCiminelli a $750 million contract for the construction of the Solar City plant in South Buffalo. A charge of bribery against Schuler is being dismissed as federal prosecutors say there is insufficient evidence to move forward.

Developer in 'Buffalo Billion case' pleads guilty, agrees to...

Kevin Schuler, right, leaves U.S. District Court in Buffalo, N.Y., Thursday, Sept. 22, 2016, after posting bond following an appearance in a corruption probe.

Faces 25 years to life in July sentencing

Buffalo, NY A man has been convicted of being the getaway driver in the May 2016 shooting at the Anchor Bar. Gregory Ramos was found guilty of second degree murder and criminal possession of a weapon in connection with the death of Freddie Dizon at the Anchor Bar two years ago.

Celebrating Crisis Services as a safety net in community

Thursday, May 17, 2018 was officially declared Crisis Services Day in Buffalo by the city. The center provides crucial services to the community.

Buffalo developer expected to plead guilty weeks before trial in NY corruption case

A Buffalo business executive is expected to plead guilty this afternoon, weeks before his corruption trial is scheduled to begin in Manhattan. Kevin Schuler, the former vice president of the Buffalo development firm LPCiminelli, asked for a "change of plea" hearing today before U.S. District Court Judge Valerie Caproni.

American bishop brings human rights focus to royal wedding Source: AP

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Annual Skyway Bike Ride is This Sunday

This year's bike trip along the Skyway will look a little different though, with the ongoing construction project still going on Route 5. "In the past for the Skyride, we have shut down both sides of the Skyway to go over in both directions," said Justin Booth of GoBike Buffalo. "This year, we're only heading out toward the Outer Harbor, but you get those great views of Lake Erie."

Public education losing its affordability

Submitted photo University officials are hoping for a picture-perfect day on Saturday when the Class of 2018 celebrates commencement. State University of New York at Fredonia President Virginia Horvath remembers when a higher education at a public institution was affordable for just about everyone.

Spectrum's digital move prompting some to get rid of TVs, but can't leave them on curb

Buffalo, NY As Spectrum makes its move to full digital service and charging customers a digital box rental fee for each set, some customers are ready to do away with some TVs. But state and city laws are making getting rid of TVs a challenge.

BN Waterkeeper kicks off 'Waterkeeper weekend'

The Buffalo Niagara Waterkeeper promotes safety, stewardship and safety on WNY's water. 20 percent of the world's fresh water flows through WNY every day.

Senate Candidate Farley Highlights Opioid Epidemic in Buffalo Visit

United States Senate Candidate Chele Farley visited Buffalo on Thursday to highlight Save the Michaels of the World and the opioid epidemic. "One in four New Yorkers know someone who has an opioid addiction," she said.

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