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Past articles by Tim:

AMR looks to fill 40 EMT Candidate slots in Buffalo

BUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) — Hiring 716 is WKBW's new initiative committed to highlighting job opportunities, challenges and success stories in Western New York. Learn more at Hiring716.com Right now, American Medical Response is in need of help. And a job with them could be yours! AMR is looking to hire 40 EMT Candidates. The positions are full-time and you can find more application information here. → Read More

NYS seeks public input for $10 million transformation of 'North Aud' block

The Erie Canal Harbor Development Corporation is now looking for public input on its plans for the future of the 'North Aud' block. → Read More

Have you seen this woman? Police need your help finding her

LANCASTER, N.Y. (WKBW) — Lancaster Police need your help figuring out who the woman in these photos is. They posted the security camera pictures to the department's Facebook Page Tuesday. It's unclear exactly what she is doing. You're asked to call Detective Cornell at (716) 683-3120 ext: 100 if you know who she is. → Read More

St. Matthew's Cemetery takes its decision to move more than 200 caskets to court

Right now, the St. Matthew's Cemetery in West Seneca is taking its decision to move hundreds of caskets to court, calling it an "emergency situation." → Read More

The University at Buffalo is now taking a look at how we form our eating habits

The University at Buffalo opened a new center to look into how we form our eating habits. → Read More

Here's how you can celebrate Buffalo's history with the World's Fair this weekend

The Buffalo History Museum is kicking off a special Pan-Am weekend tomorrow, highlighting the 118th anniversary of the Pan-American Exposition. → Read More

Elderly West Seneca man scams people out of thousands in lottery ticket, postage stamp scheme

A 71-year-old West Seneca man must now pay $1,000 in fines after prosecutors say he illegally mailed in lottery tickets for more than a decade. → Read More

New outdoor facility to bring extra soccer training programs to the Northtowns

A new outdoor soccer facility in the Northtowns is now set to open, welcoming new programs for youth players. → Read More

Women Build Week: thousands of women to help Habitat for Humanity build up communities

BUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) — This week, nearly 100,000 women will head out into their communities with Habitat for Humanity in an effort to help families in need. This week is the annual Women Build Week. In Buffalo, more than 100 volunteers will work in neighborhoods around town, renovating and building homes for local mothers to raise their families in safer environments. This is the third year… → Read More

Computer-based mathematics testing begins today for students around New York state

Students in third through eighth grades will begin the computer-based mathematics testing today. → Read More

STUDY: Buffalo is the third-best city to raise a family as a single parent

Buffalo is now ranked among the top places to raise a family for single parents. → Read More

BPO Music Director Joann Falletta named Classical Woman of the Year

The Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra's Music Director, Joann Falletta, has now been named Classical Woman of the Year. → Read More

West Seneca Police Department investigates a rollover crash involving several people

West Seneca police are investigating a rollover crash involving several people. → Read More

State Police ask for help tracking down bank robbery suspect

New York State Police are now in need of your help tracking down a man they say robbed a bank in the Town of Niagara. → Read More

19-year-old man faces assault charges in connection to Friday night shooting

A 19-year-old Niagara Falls man is now facing assault charges after police say he shot a man. → Read More

Here's why you won't be able to get in the Niagara Falls DMV office at 9a.m. Tuesday

The Niagara Falls DMV office is delaying it's opening time by an hour on Tuesday. → Read More

How is one of WNY's favorite ice cream makers celebrating 100 years in the business?

Perry's Ice Cream is turning 100 years old and to mark the occasion, it's putting on a special celebration Tuesday. → Read More

Shooting seriously injures one man in Riverside neighborhood

Buffalo Police are now investigating a shooting that left one man seriously injured. → Read More

Saturday is National Drug Take Back Day, and Tops is stepping up to help

Tops is taking a step to help fight the abuse of prescription drugs by offering drug take back stations for National Drug Take Back Day. → Read More

Do you know what you should be doing to get your car ready for winter?

Winter is right around the corner, and although there's no snow on the ground yet, experts say now is the time to make sure your car is in peak working order. → Read More