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- Sheriff's Office prepares for the worst with active shooter drill
- Passenger suing driver charged with DWI, pub who served him An Elba man who was a passenger injured in a February car accident has filed a lawsuit against the driver, who was charged with DWI by police.
- Tonawanda Coke appeals conviction and sentence
- Judge upholds New York's tougher gun law A trial-level judge has dismissed a challenge to New York's new gun law, rejecting legal claims that the law was pushed through the legislature improperly and that its restrictions violate the Second Amendment.
- Niagara River cleanup planned
ARTPARK: Police support for concerts debated.
TOWN OF LEWISTON - Supervisor Dennis Brochey said he's been trying to get Artpark & Co.'s board of directors to finance overtime costs town police officers earn through the summer chaos of Tuesday and Wednesday night concerts.
- ACCIDENT: Truck transporter overturns in the Town of Niagara. A pair of accidents just minutes apart kept law enforcement agencies occupied Tuesday morning in the towns of Lewiston and Niagara.
- Some tax offices were 'crazy' Tuesday Today is a holiday of sorts for local accountants and tax preparers. A check with several of those who were helping clients file their last minute tax returns before the deadline of 12 a.m. this morning, showed a flurry of last minute filings and an eagerness to get back to less frenetic days.
- COUNCIL: Contracts approved for train station work. The city will soon break ground on a major infrastructure project that has been a topic of discussion for decades.
MEETING: Ferry Avenue shelter advocates speak out.
Community members supporting a christian mission downtown filled the council chambers at Monday's city council meeting, many of them voicing their disappointment with the city's decision to shut down one aspect of the operation.
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