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SPCA: dogs had been dead for more than a month1m41s

SPCA: dogs had been dead for more than a month

Niagara Falls Police have condemned a vacant home on 20th Street after the Niagara County SPCA found two dead dogs that had been locked inside metal crates. Investigators say it appears the dogs were dead for 45 to 50 days.

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Published: September 22, 2017
Buffalo Police investigate double shooting20s

Buffalo Police investigate double shooting

Buffalo Police are investigating after two men were shot on the city's east side Thursday night. Police were on-scene at the 300 block of Leroy Avenue around 9:30 p.m.

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Published: September 22, 2017
Pops Conductor conjures Disney Magic for Saturday's BPO concert2m05s

Pops Conductor conjures Disney Magic for Saturday's BPO concert

John Morris Russell is into his third season at the Principal Pops Conductor for the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra. He lives in Cincinnati, Ohio where he leads the Cincinnati Pops, but really enjoys his regular visits to Western New York, saying "it's such a special event every time I come here and work with this great orchestra and in this great hall." They are getting ready for the next big concert at Kleinhans Music Hall called "Disney Fantasia: Live In Concert". The classic Disney animated film will be shown and the BPO will play the musical score live. The tricky part is making sure that the music and film are perfectly synchronized. "this is why I'm crazy." says the conductor with a laugh. It may be a challenge to make it all work, but the Maestro says that this team of musicians has the right stuff, adding "it's a real tribute to our Buffalo musicality, there are not many orchestras that can do this sort of thing." More info on tickets at the BPO website

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Published: September 22, 2017
Buffalo Police investigate double shooting20s

Buffalo Police investigate double shooting

Buffalo Police are investigating after two men were shot on the city's east side Thursday night. Police were on-scene at the 300 block of Leroy Avenue around 9:30 p.m.

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Published: September 22, 2017
Here's how to keep fake money out of your wallet2m13s

Here's how to keep fake money out of your wallet

Fake money is surfacing once again in Western New York.  Erie County Sheriff’s Office is urging businesses to teach employees how to identify the fake money.  Lt. Thomas Haynes with Town of Tonawanda Police said his department confiscates close to $2,000 in fake money each year.  Spending counterfeit money knowingly is a federal crime. Law enforcement officers remind the public to check their money carefully. If you think it’s counterfeit, report it.

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Published: September 21, 2017
Report: Women won't make equal wages until 21192m03s

Report: Women won't make equal wages until 2119

A new report using U.S. Census data suggests women will not bridge the gender wage gap for 102 years. Leaders from local women's organizations including the Buffalo chapter of the American Association of University Women, the Western New York Women's Foundation and the Erie County Commission on the Status of Women gathered Thursday morning at BAK Industries to present their findings.

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Published: September 21, 2017
Deputy gives his partner a forever home1m47s

Deputy gives his partner a forever home

"In the morning when I get ready to go to work and the uniform goes on, he knows that he is going with me to go to work, so the transition now will be that he stays home," Brad Ballantyne, Erie County Sheriff's Deputy, said.

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Published: September 21, 2017