Evening News Briefing

Written by on August 24, 2018

Albion Attorney Kevin Allen has pleaded guilty to systematically defrauding over a dozen of his clients.
The 32 year old Allen is accused of collecting payments from at least 15 clients for legal services that were never completed.
Allen had represented the victims in in divorce cases and civil suits.
As part of his plea deal, Allen had to surrender his license to practice law.
He could also be sentenced to up to four years in prison when sentenced in November.

More Federal dollars are flown in to the Genesee County Airport.
Senators Schumer and Gillibrand announcing today that $1.8-million has been made available to reconstruct taxiways and lighting at the airport on Saille Drive.

Governor Cuomo is freeing up more funding to help victims abusing opioids. Cuomo signed legislation today that gives prosecutors more power to divert substance addicted people from the criminal justice system to treatment facilities. The new law will allow more funding from seized items to go toward rehab and substance abuse treatment centers

The Batavia Muckdogs split a twin bill with the Williamsport Crosscutters. The Dogs dropped the first game 3 to 2 but came back in the night cap shutting out Williamsport 1 to nothing.
The same two teams meet again tonight, first pitch 7:05, live coverage with Andy Helwig on WBTA.

The Buffalo Bills 3rd pre-season game is Sunday afternoon before a national TV audience.
The Bills meet the Cincinnati Bengals at New Era field.
Quarterback Josh Allen gets the start. Nathan Peterman could also see some playing time.


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