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A "major move" for Crisis Services ›
Crisis Services is settling in to its new home this week. After 30 years on Main St., near Hertel Ave., Buffalo and Erie County's only 24 hour crisis center outgrew its former space.
Fri, 17 Nov 2017 15:18:53 +0000
Weekend event brings together people who have been impacted by suicide ›
Saturday is a day where people who have been impacted by suicide will gather at events around the world.
Fri, 17 Nov 2017 15:00:48 +0000
Beloved faculty member leaves $4.5 million gift to UB medical school ›
The University at Buffalo's Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences has received a $4.5 million bequest gift. WBFO senior reporter Eileen Buckley reports the gift comes from the estate of a beloved faculty member who spent nearly 50 years of teaching at the medical school.
Fri, 17 Nov 2017 14:41:02 +0000
Report reveals barriers in the lifespan of women ›
The WNY Women's Foundation released a new report on barriers girls and women are facing. WBFO's senior reporter Eileen Buckley says this report features stories from women young and old.
Fri, 17 Nov 2017 14:15:46 +0000
How gun laws let domestic violence offenders slip through the cracks ›
Many mass shooters share a disturbing commonality: domestic abuse. It can be seen in the case of Kevin Jansen Neal, who went on a shooting rampage in California this week. He killed four people and injured several more before he was fatally shot by police. Authorities later found the body of a fifth victim, his wife, at the couple’s home. Like many other suspects behind recent mass shootings, Neal had a history of domestic abuse and harassment. After being charged with stabbing a woman and placed under a restraining order earlier this year, Neal had been barred from possessing guns. He also had been charged with the illegal possession and firing of a weapon.   So, why did he still have access to a gun? There are laws preventing convicted domestic abusers from purchasing or possessing firearms, but there are loopholes in the laws and their enforcement. For example, authorities uncovered two homemade semiautomatic weapons and two handguns that were registered to someone else at Neal's
Fri, 17 Nov 2017 14:11:16 +0000
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