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WBFO Brief June 27, 2024

On today's WBFO Brief:

  • The City of Buffalo splash pads open with extended hours.
  • An Uzbekistan man was arraigned on wire fraud and other charges for an alleged crypto currency scam that targeted a local individual.
  • The City of Tonawanda calls on artists to create and submit a new city flag design.
  • Two development projects in Niagara Falls are one step closer to construction after they were approved by the USA Niagara Development Corporation.
  • A tall ship will be at Canalside for the Fourth of July weekend.
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