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Buffalo, New York is located in Erie County. Zip codes in Buffalo, NY include 14264, 14211, and 14201. The median home price in Buffalo is $69,900. More Buffalo information.

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1 hr ago | Bull Run

Another Benefit of UB's Radio Deal...

ESPN 1520 is one of the most powerful radio stations in the nation. Its 50,000 watt signal can cover all of New England, The Mid Atlantic, and parts of the South East.

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2 hrs ago | Business Journal

Buffalo radio owner Townsquare goes public

The Cincinnati-based company issued its first stock offering, putting 8.33 million shares on the New York Stock Exchange.

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2 hrs ago | Business Journal

Lyft to hit brakes in Buffalo, Rochester Aug. 1

Lyft, a ride-sharing service at odds with state regulators, will suspend its operations in Buffalo by Aug. 1 as part of an agreement to launch in New York City on Friday night.

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3 hrs ago | BioSpace

Simulations Plus Provides Additional Details Regarding Cognigen Corporation Acquisition

Simulations Plus, Inc. , a leading provider of simulation and modeling software for pharmaceutical discovery and development, today provided additional details regarding its Agreement and Plan of Merger with Cognigen Corporation of Buffalo, New York, announced yesterday.

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7 hrs ago | Medical News Today

Obesity linked to low endurance, increased fatigue in the workplace

Workplaces may need to consider innovative meethods to prevent fatigue from developing in employees who are obese.

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11 hrs ago | DurhamRegion.com

Newcastle-born Bishop Brent was early anti-drug crusader

One of the first people to lead the fight to eradicate drug traffickers and control drug abuse was born in Newcastle, Ont.

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Thu Jul 24, 2014

University at Buffalo

Overweight and obese preschoolers lose more weight and keep it off when parent is also treated

Parent involvement in the primary care setting results in sustained weight loss for parent and child; parents had an average 14-pound loss BUFFALO, N.Y. Primary care treatment of overweight and obese preschoolers works better when treatment targets both parent and child compared to when only the child is targeted, according to research published ... (more)

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KING-TV Seattle

Does rash of jet crashes worry air passengers?

Passengers seem to take flying in stride, despite a rash of aviation disasters in recent months culminating Thursday with the crash of an Air Algerie MD-83 over Mali with the presumed loss of 116 passengers.

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The Washington Post

Shuffling off to Buffalo, where surprises await

Last month, I shuffled up to the city that brought us hydraulic power, the grain elevator and spicy wings.

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University at Buffalo

Robots, 3-D printing, and how origami can make cars safer

BUFFALO, N.Y. Will every household soon have a 3-D printer? How does origami lead to safer airbags and other innovations? Will robots do more than vacuum your home? Technological advancements plus investment is pushing robots from niche industries into everyday life.

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WIVB-TV Buffalo

Major natural gas leak on Vulcan Street

There was a major natural gas leak near the Town of Tonawanda and Buffalo border Thursday morning, according to Town of Tonawanda Police.

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Art Voice

Janowski Swims

BUA seems to take the idea of summer "camp" literally. This is the favored season for Buffalo theater legend and grand diva of the BUA stage, Jimmy Janowski, to put on a dress and to flip his wig.

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Switched

9-Year-Old Girl's Death Shines A Tragic Light On Medical Marijuana Debate

Drug reform advocates across New York state are demanding emergency access to medical marijuana for critically ill patients after a 9-year-old girl who suffered from debilitating seizures died last week due to complications with her disorder.

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Wed Jul 23, 2014

Art Voice

Dead Ducks

Way back in 1993 the state Department of Environmental Conversation told the City of Buffalo to dredge Scajaquada Creek to remove decaying human excrement and other sludge that was up to five feet deep in some places.

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Art Voice

See You There

Artvoice's weekly round-up of featured events, including our editor's pick for the week: four picks from The Infringement Festival which begins Thursday, July 24th.

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Art Voice

The Great Coming Kerfuffle

If you've switched on your radio in the past six months you've probably noticed a new rock music station at the end of dial: 107.7 Alternative Buffalo.

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Business Wire

Simulations Plus to Acquire Cognigen Corporation

Pursuant to the Agreement, upon closing, Cognigen will become a wholly-owned subsidiary of Simulations Plus and will continue to operate under the Cognigen name.

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Business Journal

Stricter standards for oil trains proposed

The Department of Transportation proposed new regulations for trains that transport crude oil and ethanol, responding to concerns over derailments as domestic oil production booms.

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University at Buffalo

Bringing Paul Hindemith and Aaron Copland to Buffalo

The UB Music Library has opened an exhibition, "Cameron Baird: Bringing Paul Hindemith and Aaron Copland to Buffalo," which looks at how he attracted the tremendously gifted composers to Buffalo.

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Grand Island Pennysaver

New York Power Authority brings solar installation to Orchard Park Fire District

Workers from Solar Liberty, a solar panel installation company headquartered in Buffalo, put the finishing touches on a solar photovoltaic system situated atop the Orchard Park Fire District's Central Station on July 14. Implemented jointly by the New York Power Authority and the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority, the project ... (more)

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