Local Headlines (Wed Nov 1)

Sam Hoyt

FORMER AREA ASSEMBLYMAN SAM HOYT IS STEPPING DOWN FROM HIS STATE JOB AMID CLAIMS OF SEXUAL HARRASSMENT.

ONE PERSON IS DEAD AFTER A HALLOWEEN NIGHT CRASH ON ROUTE 104 NEAR ROCHESTER.

THE TWO PEOPLE KILLED MONDAY MORNING ON I-390 IN SUBURBAN ROCHESTER HAVE BEEN IDENTIFIED.

TWO FIRES IN THE NEWS THIS MORNING – ONE IN BUFFALO – THE OTHER IN CATTARAUGUS COUNTY.

A PAIR OF ARRESTS ON THE WEDNESDAY CITY POLICE REPORT.

A MEDINA MAN FACES AGGRAVATED DWI CHARGES AND MULTIPLE TRAFFIC VIOLATIONS AFTER A HIT-AND-RUN IN THE TOWN.

THE WOMAN ACCUSED OF MURDERING A LYNDONVILLE WOMAN HAS BEEN RULED UNFIT TO STAND TRIAL.

CITY OFFICIALS IN BUFFALO ARE LOOKING FOR NEW, MORE EFFICIENT, WAYS TO DEAL WITH SNOW REMOVAL.

AND THE BUFFALO BILLS ADDED ANOTHER WEAPON TO THEIR RECEIVING CORPS YESTERDAY.

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