Local Headlines (Mon Nov 6)

WESTERN NEW YORK IS UNDER A FLOOD WATCH TODAY WHILE WARNINGS HAVE BEEN POSTED FOR SOME AREA CREEKS.

A 21-YEAR-OLD REPEAT OFFENDER WHO INJURED FOUR PEOPLE A YEAR AGO IS GOING TO STATE PRISON FOR 3 TO 9 YEARS.

IN BUFFALO, A CITY COP AND THREE OTHERS WERE INJURED SATURDAY WHEN A CAR CRASHED INTO POLICE SUV.

FOUR ARRESTS ARE ON THE MONDAY CITY POLICE REPORT.

AN INMATE AT THE ALDEN CORRECTIONAL FACILITY DIED OF A HEART ATTACK YESTERDAY WHILE AWAITING SENTENCING.

AN AUTOPSY IS SCHEDULED TODAY FOR A BODY FOUND IN BUFFALO’S LASALLE PARK OVER THE WEEKEND.

A DELTA AIR LINES FLIGHT WITH 95 ON BOARD MADE AN EMERGENCY STOP IN BUFFALO SUNDAY.

ELECTION DAY IS TOMORROW AND W-N-Y VOTERS ARE FACING SOME BIG DECISIONS.

AND LONG-TIME NIAGARA COUNTY CONSERVATIVE POLITICIAN THOMAS WOJTASZEK WILL BE BURIED TODAY.

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