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Patrick Mahomes found Travis Kelce in the corner of the end zone from 8 yards early in overtime, and the Kansas City Chiefs rallied to beat the Buffalo Bills 42-36 on Sunday night in a sizzling finish to a wild divisional-round weekend.
Recent research and anecdotes suggest some people are testing negative on rapid tests even after they have symptoms, then later testing positive. Here's what researchers think is going on.
With the court already having heard arguments this term on abortion and guns, this case marks yet another politically charged issue that threatens to uproot decades of legal doctrine.
WBFO Arts & Culture Desk
- Theater Talk: Poitier Passes, Denzel is Macbeth, Ricardos, the wait for Godot is over, Puffs coming soon
- Calling local artists: NFTA holding contest to put "Black Excellence" on its buses
- Theater Talk: COVID prompts Buffalo's TOY and OCC to hire swings/standbys/understudies similar to Broadway
- BPO cancels Friday, Saturday performances due to COVID
WBFO Business & Economy Desk
WBFO Disabilities Desk
- The Care Crisis: WNYer shares what is is like being without home care staff two-thirds of the day, as state looks at home care wages
- New OPWDD Acting Commissioner Kerri Neifeld speaks at annual SANYS conference
- $1.5B in one-time federal funding coming to direct support professionals in NYS
- Western New York represented at 2021 Media Access Awards
WBFO Health & Wellness Desk
WBFO Mental Health Initiative
- NY bets on big revenue, but counselors worry online sports betting will up ante on addiction
- More than just holiday blues: How to recognize and help those struggling through the season
- Holiday greetings from WNY faith leaders and freethinkers
- NY's mental health workforce 'on life support,' asks state to release funds
WBFO Older Adults News Desk
- Despite safe staffing law, NY nursing homes may still get away with providing fewer than 3.5 care hours
- How Hochul’s $10 billion health care workforce plan could impact understaffed nursing homes
- State of the State: Hochul commits to ‘Master Plan for Aging'
- Should Hochul announce a ‘Master Plan for Aging’ during State of the State?
WBFO Women's News Desk
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A document obtained by NPR through a public records request shows that Holmes reported to local authorities that she was allegedly assaulted in a frat house while she was attending the school.
The decision comes after Fulton District Attorney Fani Willis requested one. A special grand jury has subpoena power and the authority to obtain documents. It will begin on May 2.
Original series co-star Damian Lewis left at the end of the fifth season. TV critic Eric Deggans says the swap takes fans on a exhilarating ride.
Specific homeless camps may fuel property crime, but one researcher says on average, camps do not appear to increase city-wide crime rates.
The pharmacy says it will bypass health care industry "middlemen" and help consumers avoid high drug prices by charging manufacturers' prices plus a flat 15% markup and pharmacist fee.
Former Minneapolis police officers Tou Thao, Thomas Lane and J. Alexander Kueng are charged with failing to provide medical care to George Floyd as Derek Chauvin knelt on his neck.
The legendary designer's highly constructed creations and outlandishly dramatic aesthetic made him a favorite of stars such as Cardi B, Lady Gaga and Beyoncé. Mugler died Sunday at 73.
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Business has been a challenge lately for craft breweries in Ontario and Quebec. COVID-19 restrictions in both provinces have put a temporary stop on indoor dining and barrooms, which has greatly reduced sales opportunities for brewers.
Jessica Pegula, the daughter of Buffalo Bills owners Kim & Terry Pegula, celebrated her victory earlier this week at the Australia Open with a shoutout to Buffalo Bills mafia, as they head into an NFL Playoff game against Kansas City Sunday.
Movie theaters in New York will be allowed to add beer and wine to their concessions for consumption by customers watching a film, the State Liquor Authority ruled Wednesday by unanimous vote.
The legislative package would cover a broad range of issues facing New Yorkers, from health care to housing.
He is already serving a five-year federal sentence for starting a fire in Buffalo City Hall and being a looter in an Elmwood Avenue convenience store. Renford also pleaded guilty to federal charges that brought him prison and three years of supervised release.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, one in eight women suffers from post-partum depression after giving birth, and a recent study by the CDC showed that the rate of depression diagnoses at delivery is increasing.
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