BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - A big fundraiser for cancer research is brewing at Dunkin Donuts.
The coffee-chain is launching its "Cups for Roswell" program. The first 1,000 western New Yorkers who make a $150 donation to Roswell Park Cancer Institute will receive coffee for a year. Money raised will support the hospital's new clinical sciences center.
Dr. Roberto Pili, a professor of oncology, said, "Having this opportunity to expand our center would be vital to offer more services to our patients."
Participants will receive a book of daily coffee vouchers at Dunkin Donuts. The campaign is expected to bring in $150,000 for Roswell.
Buffalo Police have arrested 26-year-old Nicholas Finnegan, of South Buffalo, in connection to the November death of Russ Ross.
Police say there were 32 burglaries, 20 in Albion, five in Medina, four in Oakfield and three in the City of Lockport.
A seven-year-old Buffalo girl got dropped off more than three miles away from the bus stop where her mother was waiting for her on Wednesday.
Police, FBI agents and a bomb squad all showed up on a quiet residential street in North Buffalo overnight.
Berry admitted filing 122 false federal income tax returns for people who had died. He must pay restitution for the stolen money.
The conversation over educational reforms is coming to Buffalo. The public can register for the event, that has limited seating, online.