Ed Reilly, 7 Eyewitness News

Ed Reilly

7 Eyewitness News

Buffalo, NY, United States

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Recent articles by Ed:

Attorneys accuse actively serving priests of child sex abuse

The lawsuits include a total of ten (10) priests, some living and other deceased, with five alleged perpetrators being named for the first time → Read More

See Buffalo's tall ships festival without traffic/parking hassles

Organizers are reminding the public there are easy ways to see the ships without trying to drive your vehicle to either Canalside or the Erie Basin Marina. → Read More

Help wanted at Tops warehouse in Lancaster

Tops Friendly Markets is now looking to hire a large number of people at its distribution center at 5873 Genesee Street, Lancaster. → Read More

Three officers hurt, man dead after Lockport police call

Three Lockport police officers were hurt and a man is dead, after a call for an "out of control" man, Sunday night. → Read More

Ice boom costing WNY fishing industry money

Local Lake Erie charter boat captains are not happy that the ice boom is still in place. → Read More

Police: "Priority" to find gunman who killed 12-year-old

The death of 12-year-old Badraldeen Elwaseem on Saturday April 6th has triggered a community outrage after the teenager was hit by a stray bullet while watching TV in his family's residence. → Read More

McKinley Mall fire prompts large response in Hamburg

Firefighters from Hamburg, Orchard Park and West Seneca are set up, outside of the former Macy's. → Read More

Freebie Friday: check out this week's freebies and deals

Ed Reilly breaks down ways to make ends meet with freebies you can access right now. → Read More

New smoke alarm law requires stores to only sell hard-wired alarms starting April 1

New rules and technological hope to reduce the number of non-working smoke alarms in homes. → Read More

Dramatic photo: Wheatfield man rescues dog from icy water

Don Chatten, 49, is now being called a "hero" after he took quick action to save a small dog that had fallen into the icy waters near the Bark Park at Ellicott Creek Park. → Read More

You need to be wary of 'free trial' offers online, BBB warns

The Better Business Bureau (BBB) is warning people to use caution when signing up for so-called "risk-free trials" online. Often, what looks like a free offer has fine print that results in a consumer getting unwanted products which are charged to your debit or credit cards. → Read More

You need to be wary of 'free trial' offers online, BBB warns

The Better Business Bureau (BBB) is warning people to use caution when signing up for so-called "risk-free trials" online. Often, what looks like a free offer has fine print that results in a consumer getting unwanted products which are charged to your debit or credit cards. → Read More

Disabled senior, 78, evicted for medical marijuana use

Disabled senior John Flickner from Niagara Falls is now homeless after being evicted from the Niagara Towers on Cedar Avenue for using medical marijuana. → Read More

Olean combat veteran from Olean to get rare award for saving WWII history

World War II combat veteran Charles Charlie Brown from Olean is heading to the New York City area to receive a special military award called the Ancient Order of St. Barbara. → Read More

'Grinch Bots' are trying to hijack the hot toys, and Congress members are working to stop them

Parents everywhere are looking for hot holiday toys — especially online. Unfortunately, so are computerized "Grinch Bots", which buy up huge amounts of the popular toys. → Read More

"Hamilton" checklist: Know before you go

Large crowds are expected in Buffalo's Theater District for opening night of the musical Hamilton at Shea's Performing Arts Center. → Read More

Bad roads are costing you more than $1,700 each year.

A new report by TRIP, a national transportation research group, found that the average driver in the Buffalo-Niagara region is paying $1,726/year extra due to deteriorating roads and bridges, along with poorly designed roads that lack safety features. → Read More

Could absentee ballots decide NY-27?

The race for the 27th Congressional District between incumbent Chris Collins (R) and challenger Nate McMurray (D) was expected to be close - and it was. → Read More

Tonawanda Coke will stay open despite violating probation

A judge has ruled in favor of Tonawanda Coke allowing the plant to stay open. → Read More

Toronto heartbroken over deadly mass shooting

Neighbors in Toronto are in mourning after a mass shooting on took place in a part of the city called “The Danforth.” People who live and work in the area tell 7 Eyewitness News that they are stunned and heartbroken. → Read More