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By Carolyn Thompson, Associated Press
While California continues to be inundated by storms and millions of residents remain under flood watches, western New York is still recovering from last month’s historic blizzard that dumped more than four feet of snow on Buffalo. Laura Barrón-López examines…
By Laura Barrón-López, Mary Fecteau, Mike Fritz
In our news wrap Friday, a man accused of killing four University of Idaho students was arrested in Pennsylvania on four counts of first-degree murder, Southwest Airlines is back to a relatively normal flight schedule after days of widespread cancellations…
Roads have reopened in storm-besieged Buffalo as authorities continue searching for people who may have died or remain stranded after last week's blizzard.
By Associated Press
The great blizzard of 2022 is passing into the history books, but its legacy lingers on the ground and in the air. Confirmed deaths from the storm topped 60 with more than half of those in western New York state.
By John Yang, Alexis Cox, Tommy Walters, Mike Fritz
By Carolyn Thompson, Jennifer Peltz, Associated Press
The National Guard is going door to door in parts of Buffalo and its suburbs to check on people who lost power during western New York's deadliest winter storm in decades.
Snowbound Buffalo is set to emerge from a deep freeze, bringing the prospect of some relief but also the tragic possibility of finding more victims amid melting snow from the area's deadliest storm in decades.
County Executive Mark Poloncarz said Tuesday that police are being positioned at entrances to Buffalo and at major intersections to enforce a ban on driving.
Officials in New York say state and military police were sent to keep people from driving in snow-choked Buffalo.
By Laura Barrón-López, Tommy Walters
A brutal freeze is paralyzing parts of the United States. At least 50 people have died in the fierce winter storm with 27 of those deaths in western New York. Tens of thousands of customers across the country are still…
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