Madison Carter, 7 Eyewitness News

Madison Carter

7 Eyewitness News

Buffalo, NY, United States

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Shoot review task force created in City of Buffalo to increase solvability of gun violence

The City of Buffalo is modeling a gun violence program after Milwaukee after authorities in that county found success with a “shoot review” initiative. → Read More

Three new babies makes 9 -- the many sets of siblings kept together by adoption

Buffalo woman adopts her third set of siblings to make 9 children, plus her "bonus child". → Read More

'Byron Brown Must Resign' petition grows amidst phased reform from City of Buffalo

Some residents of the City of Buffalo are calling for their mayor to resign amidst claims he is not doing enough for Black and Brown people with his reform agenda. → Read More

Woman details encounter with Buffalo police lieutenant who hurled vulgar slurs Sunday night

BUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) — Ruweyda Salim, the 25-year-old woman recording the video that’s now gone viral of a Buffalo police lieutenant calling her a f***ing c**t, sat down exclusively with 7 Eyewitness News to look back at that Sunday evening exchange. Salim was concerned about the number of police officers on the scene for what she believed was a man in distress. “One of them was holding the… → Read More

Inside building Erie County's COVID-19 heat map: tracking the spread

Erie County's COVID-19 heat map now lists cases by zip code. → Read More

What to do if you think you have COVID-19

If you think you're showing symptoms of COVID-19 -- here's a breakdown of what you should do. → Read More

Family stakes John Young's claim as the originator of the Buffalo wing

Many have heard stories about how the Buffalo wing came to exist. But, few have heard this version of events → Read More

Grandmother helps grandson make new friends with UB Bulls' players

It was a chance encounter on a plane for Roxanne Kish which turned into new friends for her 11-year-old grandson. → Read More

I-Team: Lockport Schools pull faces from facial recognition system; will only track guns

Lockport City School District responds to some of the harshest criticism of its facial recognition system; pulls faces from software → Read More

Buffalo Fire Department takes action after black rookie finds stuffed monkey hanging on wall

The Buffalo Fire Department sent deputy commissioners to a South Buffalo firehouse to talk about racial implications after a rookie, who is black, found a stuffed monkey hanging on the wall during his first shift on-duty, the 7 Eyewitness News I-Team has learned. → Read More

It will be harder to get into the booming industrial hemp industry but safer for customer

In the final day of the 2019 legislative session, the State Senate and Assembly passed bills as part of a series of bills that were passed in the wake of the failure to legalize recreational marijuana. → Read More

If coaches won't come to WNY this organization will bring players to them

Coaches working to help players get more exposure to college coaches in WNY. → Read More

The possible solution to reducing snow plow accidents isn't legal in NY...yet.

Flashing green lights could help reduce snow plow accidents, but it needs to be legalized first → Read More

Mayor Brown touches on state of the City of Buffalo jobs

Mayor Brown gives an update on where the city stands when it comes to job opportunities. → Read More

Trucks ignoring travel ban making travel more dangerous

Large trucks are still driving on highways despite travel ban and they're involved in accidents all over state roads. → Read More

State set to pass "common sense" tighter gun legislation

Tighter laws coming out of Albany won't have much of an affect on how gun stores operate in sale of legal guns. → Read More

Don't be surprised if your pets don't use the bathroom outside this weekend

Some pets are too small to go outside in the conditions we are expecting to hit WNY over the weekend. → Read More

Young men who are tired of barriers decide to move obstacles on their own

Young men are working to combat the obstacles they say they face in everyday life by working on a youth council. → Read More

Most of your wine and beer bottles can't be recycled in the Town of Amherst anymore

the Town of Amherst is changing its recycling measures, says no more colored bottles for curb-side pickup → Read More

Boy has been in hospital 17 months

A West Seneca family is looking for a nurse to help care for their 17-month-old at home so they can bring him home from the hospital → Read More