ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (WIVB) - The Buffalo Bills will be on local television this Sunday after all. The battle with the Cincinnati Bengals in Orchard Park was in danger of being blacked out, but it's now a guaranteed sell out, thanks to team owner Ralph Wilson Jr.
Buffalo Bills President and CEO Russ Brandon announced the news on Twitter Friday morning.
You can watch the Buffalo Bills take on the Bengals Sunday at 1 p.m. on WIVB-TV.
Some fans had the opportunity Friday to buy tickets at NOCO locations in the area. A limited amount of fans were able to buy two tickets for a $20 donation for breast cancer awareness starting at 7 a.m. However, by 9 a.m., all the tickets were sold.
NOCO employee Michael Fitzgibbon said, "They were gone in an hour. I had people, say they were going to be here in 15, 20 minutes, and by the time they got here it was all sold out."
Ralph Wilson, Jr. has also donated tickets to local charities and medical professionals who serve those effected by breast cancer.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and the NFL observes the occasion with special activities. Breast cancer survivors will be honored at the Ralph during Sunday's game.
Russ Brandon said, "It's going to be a great day. It's something that we celebrate. Obviously, this tragic disease touches so many people in our community. And to be able to be a part of that means a lot to not only the Buffalo Bills, but I know to all of our fans throughout the region."
An airman from Niagara Falls was away training for the Air Force for months. After being apart from his family, he decided to surprise them at Kelly’s Country Store in Grand Island.
A Buffalo city jail cell block attendant was arrested early Saturday morning on multiple animal cruelty charges.
Family and friends created a memorial for James complete with notes and candles.
Detectives say Brandon Cahee, 28, was found in an upper apartment of a home on Ericson Avenue, and he had been shot.
It's been one month since Typhoon Haiyan barreled through the Philippines, leveling towns and killing nearly 6,000 people.
Rookie Mike Glennon rebounded from one of his worst performances of the season to throw two touchdown passes and lead the Tampa Bay Buccaneers a 27-6 victory over the struggling Buffalo Bills on Sunday.