Evening News Briefing
Written by Dan Fischer on January 16, 2020
Genesee County intensify their opposition to progressive initiatives out of Albany such as bail reform and the so-called green light law.
On WBTA’s Main and Center program this morning, County Clerk Michael Cianfrini attacked the green light law he said was enabled by downstate liberals.
The measure allows illegal immigrants to get a driver’s license.
Cianfrini says the end game is the right for these illegals to vote:
Cianfrini says an illegal immigrant can show nearly any document from a foreign country and walk away with a license.
Batavia Downs has announced the acts for this summer’s Rockin’ the Downs Concert Series. The Friday night shows begin in June and run through August. Tickets start at $10 for general admission, VIP seats are $25.
The complete list of artists and band’s for this summer’s concert series can be found on the local news page of our website.
Former Republican Congressman Chris Collins will be finding out tomorrow how much time he’ll be spending behind bars. Collins pleaded guilty to federal insider trading charges last year and faces a maximum sentence of 57 months. But, the U.S Probation Office is recommending the ex-27th District representative only spend a year and a day in prison. Collins’ lawyers are planning to request he spend no time in custody because they don’t believe the 69-year-old is a threat to society.
The Buffalo Sabres will be on the road tonight in search of a third straight win. They’ll be taking on the Dallas Stars.
Buffalo currently sits in fifth place in the NHL’s Atlantic Division, 17 points behind the Boston Bruins. Faceoff for tonight’s contest is set for 8:30p.m.