Christine Streich, 7 Eyewitness News

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Past articles by Christine:

Foodies rejoice: Urban food hub opens in Buffalo

A brand new $2.4 million Farmhouse and Community Food Training Center is open on Buffalo's West Side. → Read More

Leave your running car unattended? Expect a ticket.

Niagara Falls Police are launching a new initiative to make sure people are not leaving their cars running unattended. → Read More

Fire shuts down Buffalo's Forest Beverage

An early morning fire caused significant damage to a West Side business. → Read More

Weigh-in on recreational marijuana use

The New York State Assembly is hosting a public hearing Monday to seek public input on proposals to legalize, regulate and tax adult use of recreational marijuana in New York State. → Read More

Need help heating your home? Apply for help.

New York State residents can begin applying for the Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) on Tuesday, November 13. → Read More

Asian Elephants make new home in New Orleans

The Buffalo Zoo's former Asian elephants are now at their new home in New Orleans. → Read More

AAA: Gas prices falling across the U.S.

Lower demand for gasoline has led to lower gas prices across the country. → Read More

The 89 Catholic clergy in Buffalo accused of sexual misconduct

The number of Buffalo clergy who have been publicly accused of sexual misconduct now reaches 88. → Read More

Bills retire Thurman Thomas jersey during MNF

It's official, no other Buffalo Bill will ever wear the number 34. → Read More

Mobile Food Pantry brings fresh groceries to Old First Ward

A new partnership between Mercy Hospital of Buffalo and Catholic Charities is helping struggling families in Buffalo's Old First Ward access fresh groceries. → Read More

Cuomo's NYC office received suspicious package

Governor Andrew Cuomo's Manhattan office was targeted Wednesday morning in what appears to be a larger campaign to send suspicious packages to high-ranking political officials and news organizations. → Read More

Barber shop owner accused of kidnapping patron

A Buffalo barber shop owner is facing multiple charges, including kidnapping, after police found another man lying on the side of the I-190 North with a cellphone charging cord around his wrists. → Read More

Cheaper winter forecasted for National Grid customers

Good news for homeowners -- it'll cost less to heat your home this winter. → Read More

Put your Buffalove on display this Halloween

One Buffalo is offering a series of free pumpkin carving patterns for anyone who wants to show their love for one of the Queen City's sports teams this Halloween. → Read More

Crews respond to house fire in Town of Tonawanda

Crews responded to a house fire in the Town of Tonwanda Thursday evening. → Read More

1-on-1 with Wilson Foundation CEO David Enger

Ralph C. Wilson Foundation CEO David Enger talks about the foundation's $100 million dollar investment in Western New York, what we can expect from the transformation of LaSalle Park, and what the late Bills owner Ralph Wilson would think about the state of the Buffalo Bills. → Read More

Former sheriff's deputy sentenced for assault

A former Erie County Sheriff's Deputy will spend five years in prison for beating the mother of his child until she was unresponsive. → Read More

Poll: Race for NY-27 will be close

The midterm election race for New York's 27th Congressional District is shaping up to be closer than expected. → Read More

UB students: Turn your phone into a safety device

The University at Buffalo is launching a free smartphone app that turns a smartphone into a personal safety device. → Read More

Dine out Tuesday & raise money to fight HIV/AIDS

Western New Yorkers can "Dine Out For Life" Tuesday and help raise money for Evergreen Health and HIV/AIDS-fighting resources in our area. → Read More