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Scott Brown

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Buffalo, NY, United States

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Family In Need Receives Van, Donations

Western New York has proven again that this community steps forward when it comes to helping families in need. The Ayrhart family's van is on its last legs- you name it and it has problems, the electrical system, the heater, the muffler and windows are all shot. → Read More

Family In Need Recieves Van, Donations

Western New York has proven again that this community steps forward when it comes to helping families in need. The Ayrhart family's van is on its last legs- you name it and it has problems, the electrical system, the heater, the muffler and windows are all shot. → Read More

Buffalo Police To Test Body Cameras

2 On Your Side has learned that the Buffalo Police Department will equip a limited number of its officers with body cameras starting early next year. The city, in conjunction with the police union and the district attorney's office has been studying the use of body cameras for over a year now. → Read More

New details revealed about .22 caliber killings

Thirty six years ago Buffalo had serial killer on its hands. → Read More

Buffalo man sentenced for killing friend

A Buffalo man's explanation for killing his friend last year was described as "ridiculous" by a judge on Monday. Leonard Robinson, 20, was sentenced to 18 years to life in prison after pleading guilty to killing Tony Vance last November. → Read More

Buffalo closer to decision on body cameras

The city of Buffalo is moving closer to making a decision as to whether to equip its police officers with body cameras. A task force consisting of the police department, the District Attorney's office and the PBA has been researching the issue for more than a year. → Read More

Lodge trying to reopen, state investigating

2 On Your Side has learned that the City of Buffalo is in negotiations with the owners of a Chippewa Street bar and restaurant about re-opening, following a wild melee there earlier this week. Mayor Byron Brown ordered The Lodge shut down following a private party that got badly out of hand. → Read More

Bill to close Albany money loophole

Senator Patrick Gallivan wants to reform a loophole in state law that permits businesses to give virtually unlimited campaign contributions to politicians without having to identify themselves. → Read More

State Ethics Reform Deadline Looming

Time is running out for the scandal-scarred state legislature to enact ethics reform this year. The legislature is due to adjourn in less than three weeks. The answer to the question of will ethics reform happen depends on who you ask. → Read More

CPS failed to protect boy from mother

Anyone who knew Jessica Murphy before she started having mental health problems will tell you that she was a great mom to her little boy Jacob. → Read More

Buffalo Billion Probe Expands Across The State

The federal probe that was initially focused on Buffalo Billion projects has now expanded into other cities and state-funded projects across New York. → Read More

College Roommates Now Bonded For Life Following Kidney Transplant

It's funny how in life, things often come full circle. Ten years ago, Billy Gerken of Amherst was a student at Mill Middle School when one of his teachers asked him to take part in a walk for the National Kidney Foundation. Now fast forward to last summer, Billy was hanging out one day with his college roommate from RIT, Rob Glasby, who lives in Kenmore, when Rob told him that his kidneys were… → Read More

2 On Your Side investigates Water Authority's hiring and payroll

Earl Jann currently heads the three member board that runs the Erie County Water Authority and determines who gets hired to work there, and how much the majority of people who live outside of the city of Buffalo pay for their water. → Read More

Exclusive one-on-one interview with Senator Ted Cruz in Buffalo

After the town hall, 2 On Your Side's Scott Brown did an exclusive one-on-one interview with Texas Senator Ted Cruz, who currently trails Donald Trump by about 200 delegates in the race for the Republican nomination. → Read More

Excitement for Trump, Sanders leads to surge of new voters in WNY

There's been a surge of new voters here in Western New York, and all across the state over the last few months.The reason: interest in New York's presidential primary, which is now just three and a half weeks away. → Read More

WNY Seat Could Tip Balance of Control In Senate

The eyes of the state political world will be on Western New York this year following Tuesday's surprise announcement by Marc Panepinto that he will not run for re-election this year for his 60th district state senate seat. → Read More

Colucci's Law Firm Will No Longer Do Work For ECMC

2 On Your Side has learned that going forward, ECMC will no longer give legal work to a law firm that's owned by one of the hospital's own employees. → Read More

Good Government Groups Keep Pressure On Ranzenhofer Over Reform Bill

Good government groups are keeping the pressure on state senator Mike Ranzenhofer in the wake of Ranzenhofer telling 2 On Your Side that he'll once again block a campaign finance reform bill if it comes before his committee in the state legislature this year. → Read More

Report: Ranzenhofer Took $225,000 In Campaign Donations From LLCs

Clarence State Senator Mike Ranzenhofer has taken $225,000 in campaign donations over the last ten years from companies in the New York that exploit a loophole in state law. → Read More

Ranzenhofer Criticized For Stance On Campaign Finance Reform Bill

Clarence State Senator Mike Ranzenhofer came under criticism on Friday for his comments to 2 On Your Side concerning a campaign finance reform bill. → Read More