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Schumer in Western New York today to unveil WNY Veteran's Cemetery location...

U-S Senator Charles Schumer will be at the western New York site that has been chosen for the state's next national veterans' cemetery.  The New York Democrat will join local veteran leaders late this morning at the property in Pembroke in Genesee County that will be the first national veterans' cemetery in the Buffalo-Rochester area.  Schumer will discuss the importance of the site and talk about the next step for creating the cemetery. He announced last month that the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs had chosen a 132-acre site in Pembroke... which is about 25 miles east of Buffalo.  The region's only other national veterans' cemetery is in Bath in Steuben County... nearly 90 miles from Buffalo and 60 miles from Rochester.

Frewsburg teen hurt after falling asleep at the wheel of car in Saturday crash...

Falling asleep at the wheel is being blamed for a one-car crash in which a Frewsburg teenager suffered serious injuries early last Saturday morning in the town of Kiantone.  Sheriff's officers say 19 year-old Alexander Dimphl was southbound on Foote Avenue Extension about 5:30 a.m. when he apparently fell asleep... and, the vehicle went off the eastside of the road... and, struck a stop sign.  Deputies say Dimphl's car continued on... hitting several small trees, and a retaining wall.  He was initially taken to WCA Hospital for treatment... but, was later transported to UPMC Hamot in Erie, PA for a "higher-level" of care for his injuries.  No charges were filed.

Clarendon, PA man jailed on $100,000 bail for alleged assault...

A Warren County man is jailed on $100,000 bail for allegedly assaulting another man late last Saturday night in Mead Township.  State Police in Warren say they were called to the scene of a reported fight on Wilderness Drive... and, found that an argument between 32 year-old David Lobdell of Clarenden and an unidentified 37 year-old Clarendon man... had turned into a physical altercation.  Troopers arrested Lobdell on several charges... including aggravated assault... intimidation of a witnes or victim... reckless endangement... and, unlawful restraint.  He was arraigned in Warren District Court... and, sent to the Warren County lock-up.

Horrigan says first six-months in office have been busier than expected, says a lot has been done, but, more challenges await...

First-term Chautauqua County Executive Vince Horrigan says he's generally pleased with the progress made by his administration during his first six-months on the job.  However... the Bemus Point Republican admits life has been a bit busier than he first expected.  Horrigan says, though, he still felt "energized" by the work he sees being done on several fronts in the county.  One of the first was getting the County Legislature to approve the final sale of the County Home in Dunkirk.  While their was strong opposition right up to the final vote... Horrigan says many opponents have changed their view.  He says selling to VestraCare it was absolutely the "right move" at the right time.  Horrigan says the new, private group is bringing in Parkinson's, Cardiac, and other professional health care services is definately new investment in what had been provided there.  He says VestraCare is on target for completely taking over operations by the end of this year.  He adds there are a number of other issues his administration has been dealing with.  One is moving ahead with a North County Water District... and, a Chautauqua Lake Sewer System.  As for economic development... Horrigan says there are a number of positives... but, still several challenges... including finding someone to fill the two Carriage House facilities in the north county once they close.

No appeals filed regarding challenge of limited release of 1971 Attica Riot report...

No court appeals have been filed challenging limited release of an investigative report about the 1971 Attica prison riot.  Attorney General Eric Schneiderman sought disclosure of remaining Meyer Commission documents examining the nation's bloodiest prison rebellion and an alleged cover-up of police crimes in retaking it.  Altogether... 11 staff members and 32 inmates died -- all but four shot by state police and corrections officers.  The report's published volume found no intentional cover-up by prosecutors but poor evidence gathering by troopers investigating their colleagues.  Scheiderman's office says it will carefully comply with Justice Patrick NeMoyer's order to leave out grand jury testimony from remaining volumes with investigative details.

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