(**News Bulletin) -- Robbins receives 25 years in prison shooting death of his wife in Nov. 2016...
The Jamestown man convicted of shooting and killing his estranged wife during a domestic incident just over a year ago will spend the next 25 years in state prison.  Chautauqua County District Attorney Patrick Swanson says 37 year-old Keith Robbins received the sentence in county court this morning for first-degree manslaughter in the death of his 36 year-old wife, Sheri.  Swanson says he's pleased with the sentence handed down by County Court Judge David Foley, because is spares the Robbins' children from having to testify in a trial....

WJTN News Headlines for Apr. 26, 2018

  The dead man whose body was found just off Route 20 in the town of Portland last weekend has now been identified...     State Police in Jamestown say their Bureau ...

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