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Following their son Hunter's death, the public saw former NFL quarterback Jim Kelly and his wife Jill as a seemingly happy couple, but the private reality was very different.
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A non-profit organization in Albany has compiled a searchable database that gives the salaries of all public school employees in the state.
A teenager at West Seneca East High School has been suspended for sending out a tweet outside of classtime about a teacher.
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Richard Metcalf Jr., 35, died of a heart attack while in custody last year, and the Medical Examiner in Erie County is labeling his death a homicide.
As a southern tier couple is laid to rest Friday, four men will face a judge in connection with their deaths
Five months after their son Michael's death, Julie and Avi Israel of North Buffalo still have a very difficult time talking about him.
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