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One of the wildest food items to try at the 2022 Erie County Fair

HAMBURG, N.Y. — The big day has arrived. Wednesday marks the start of the best 12 days of summer. It’s time for the Erie County Fair in Hamburg. For many visitors, the best thing about the event is the food. From fried Oreos to Korean street corn, there are tons of weird and wild eats for you to sink your teeth into.
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Former Buffalo special agent in charge weighs in on Trump search warrant

BUFFALO, N.Y. -- The FBI on Monday executed a search warrant of former President Donald Trump's home reportedly in connection with the handling of presidential documents, including classified documents that may have been brought there. As former special agent in charge of the bureau's Buffalo field office, Bernie Tolbert may...
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Maloney niece victim of gun violence

NEWBURGH – Congressman Sean Patrick Maloney, local elected leaders and community advocates celebrated the passage of new gun safety reforms into law as the representative highlighted the impact these reforms will have in communities. Maloney was also joined by his great niece, a victim of gun violence, to share...
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Sabres sign Sheahan to 1-year, 2-way contract

The Buffalo Sabres have signed forward Riley Sheahan to a one-year, two-way contract worth $950,000, the team announced Wednesday. Last season with Seattle, the 30-year-old native of St. Catharines, Ontario recorded four goals and 13 assists in 69 games. He ranked second on the Kraken in shorthanded ice time per...
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Two Terrapin Turtles Return Home

OCEAN CITY, Md.- A pair of diamond back terrapin turtles were illegally captured and brought to Buffalo, New York earlier this summer. Today, the Maryland Coastal Bays Program sent them back to their natural habitat. The Department of Natural Resources says removing animals from the wild is illegal and inhumane.
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Grazing goats clear path for non-profit sanctuary in Buffalo

BUFFALO, N.Y. — A Buffalo-based goatscaping operation is planning to expand into an animal sanctuary and care farm after receiving thousands of dollars in donations. Let’s Goat Buffalo is a business that brings rescued goats to properties to clear unwanted vegetation via a renovated school bus. The bus caught fire last September. There were no injuries to people or animals but the bus was a total loss. After the community came together to donate a bus and funds to rebuild, founder Jennifer Zeitler said the generosity was a catalyst for bigger things. They acquired a vacant five-acre farm in Springville and plan to make it a non-profit sanctuary.
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Airline passengers combat travel challenges

BUFFALO, N.Y. -- Weather and Covid-related challenges continue to plague the airline industry. With the many delays, cancellations and high costs, we asked passengers if it is still worth the hassle to travel. Despite some travelers having to deal with long waits for their flight, they say they still want...
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Galbani named ‘Official Cheese of the Bills’

BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) — The Buffalo Bills announced Wednesday that Galbani has been named the ‘Official Cheese of the Buffalo Bills.’ Galbani, a brand manufactured in Buffalo by Lactalis American Group, will be used in foods across Highmark Stadium this season and will be debuting sponsorships throughout as well, including the “Say Cheese Cam.” “In […]
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Nothing says fall like a trip to Mayer Brothers Cider Mill

​​BUFFALO, N.Y. — ​Fall is not too far away and few things get you ready for the season like a trip to Mayer Brothers Cider Mill. It’s been a Western New York staple for 170 years and the family run business is back open to bless Buffalo with tasty pies, delicious donuts and apple ciders and slushies.
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Pets to be remembered at Lakeside Memorial Funeral Home event

Lakeside Memorial Funeral Home Inc. will hold a pet remembrance ceremony at their West Seneca location at 1340 Union Road at 2 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 28. “We know that the loss of a pet can be just as impactful as the loss of a human friend or family member,” said Emily Wink of Lakeside Memorial Funeral Home. “That is why we decided to hold our first ever pet remembrance ceremony, Paws to Remember. Please join us on National Rainbow Bridge Remembrance Day as we celebrate and honor our furry friends and the ways they have brought joy and love into our lives.
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