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Big Progress at Riverworks in Buffalo

BUFFALO, N.Y. - Work is continuing on the Riverworks Complex along the Buffalo River. Part of it will open soon, and another part will open on New Year's Day.

The facility on Ganson Street hosted the pond hockey tournament last February. Since then, a lot has changed. The ice rinks are almost done. They'll be open on November 24th. Crews are working on the main indoor venue... which can host events.
That will be open January First.

Those behind Riverworks say they're happy to be part of everything that's happening downtown and nearby.

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Erie County official grilled over car storage

BUFFALO, NY - An Erie County official got a grilling Thursday afternoon over fines his office issued and accusations that he used a county garage to store his personal vehicle.

Two On Your Side's Claudine Ewing has more details on the hearing.

Uniland will pay for damages caused by construction debris

BUFFALO, N.Y. -- The mystery debris floating around part of Downtown Buffalo is a mystery no more. The cement, insulation and fireproofing material is falling from the Uniland project that will house the headquarters of Delaware North.

Neighbors who live in the apartment building next to the construction site on Delaware Avenue say the debris has fallen onto their cars, and the cement can't be cleaned.

"It won't come off," Midge Fournier, building manager at Touraine Apartments, said. "It's permanent."

Workers at Delta Sonic were able to clean some of the debris off her car but wrote on her receipt, "We cannot handle cement on vehicles."

Midge also worries about air quality and says her tenants can't open their windows.

Events honor service of WWII veterans

BUFFALO, NY - Some real American heroes assembled Saturday night for a special recognition dinner in their honor.

More than 20 veterans of World War II were feted at a dinner organized by the Compeer Volunteer support organization. Guests paid tribute to these individuals for their service to our nation at the Adams Mark Hotel downtown.

Each of the veterans also received commemorative coins. One marks the anniversary of Operation Torch, the Allied invasion of North Africa on today's date in 1942.

Another special tribute was held Saturday for our veterans. The 6th annual Welcome Home Veterans Day parade traveled the streets of downtown Buffalo. It started at Delaware Avenue and Edward Street and ended at City Hall. It's put on by Vets HERD and the Veterans Administration.

Saturday's parade comes a few days ahead of Veterans Day on Tuesday.

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BPD checks death records and pistol permit records

BUFFALO, NY – Buffalo Police say they're determined to get more guns off the streets and now they're checking to see whether pistol permit holders have passed away and what happened to their gun or guns.

During a press conference last week regarding weapons brought in illegally from Pennsylvania, police officials told reporters their biggest problem with weapons in crimes seems to involve guns that are stolen in burglaries from homes.

They feel that, in some cases, families are holding on to weapons even after the person who bought them originally has died.

So now they're actually looking for those situations.

Dog Ears Bookstore to Host Book-signing Event with Jim Ostrowski

Dog Ears Bookstore to Host Book-signing Event with Jim Ostrowski


Dog Ears Bookstore, located at 688 Abbott Road in Buffalo, will host author Jim Ostrowski for a book-signing event at 6 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 15.

Ostrowski is a trial and appellate lawyer from Buffalo. His book, “Progressivism: A Primer on the Idea Destroying America,” was released in September.

Rick Jeanneret: 'For the moment, I'm cancer free'

BUFFALO, NY - The Buffalo Sabres' Hall-of-Fame sportscaster Rick Jeanneret made an appearance in the press box at Friday night's Sabres' game with a message that's music to the ears of Sabres' fans wherever they may be.

Watch the clip of his interview with Brian Duff from the Buffalo Sabres website.