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Written by on January 10, 2023

CompassCare has launched its own private investigation into the break in and firebombing against one of its locations Eggert Rd in Buffalo that happened in June of last year.  They are partnering with the Thomas More Society, a law firm “dedicated to restoring respect in law for life, family, religious liberty, and election integrity.”  CompassCare said it had cooperated with local law enforcement and federal investigators but CEO Jim Harden says that the FBI has not been “operating in good faith.”  There have been 78 attacks on pro life centers in the last 6 months and not a single perpetrator has been arrested.  Yet when a pro abortion center was vandalized there was an arrest within days.  Jane’s Revenge, a pro abortion group that said it was angry over the overturn of Roe vs Wade, claimed responsibility for the attack and many others.  “It is a sad day when private citizens are left to do the work of law enforcement,” Harden added.

Three staff members are on leave after a security video on the shooting at the Rochester City School Franklin Educational Campus surfaced on the internet.  The district confirmed it’s investigating how the video was released.  The video appeared to show a gunman trying to shoot a student at an entrance to the school. Two other students could be seen in the video.  A district spokesperson said because the video shows students’ faces and they can easily be identified, it violates the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act and said staff members were not authorized to share it.  The 3 staff are security officers.

Buffalo Bills player Damar Hamlin is back in his home city.  Doctors caring for Hamlin at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center said Hamlin returned to his home city and is starting the next phase of his recovery at Buffalo General Medical Center.  Physicians said it’s still too early to know if Hamlin will be able to play football again.  They reiterated an update given last week that it appears Hamlin is “neurologically intact.

The American Red Cross is looking for more blood donors for National Blood Donor Month.  Anyone who donates blood or platelets through the Red Cross for the rest of the month will be entered to win two tickets to Super Bowl LVII in Arizona. Aside from tickets to the game, the winners will receive access to day-of, in-stadium pre-game activities, tickets to the official Super Bowl Experience, round-trip airfare to Phoenix, three-night hotel accommodations (February 10-13, 2023), plus a $500 gift card for expenses.  The Red Cross says donations are just as crucial now as ever, with the threat of severe winter weather and rise in seasonal illness cases.

The Buffalo Bills first Playoff game has been announced and it is against the Miami Dolphins.  They will be playing at home in Highmark Stadium on Sunday.  Kickoff is at 1:05pm.  The Bills are number 2 seed and the Dolphins are number 7.  In the regular season the Bills were 1 and 1 against dolphins losing to them in September and winning against them in their rematch.

Lawmakers in Albany are relooking at the policy that was announced last year to make all new construction in the Empire State fully electric in the next 15 years.  The Winter storm that came across Christmas weekend is responsible for making lawmakers rethink their ideas.  Democrat lawmakers are saying that the plan is fantastic at reducing carbon emissions and fighting climate change.  Republicans are saying it is a fantasy.  At the center of the debate is the fact that energy cannot be stored as electricity for long periods of time.  Even the ambitious plan Governor Hochul unveiled in December to create a network of batteries across New York would only power half of the residences in New York City for an hour or so.  Several large areas of Buffalo were without power for 3-5 days.  Republicans point out that natural gas, gasoline and propane are some of the only workable solutions in shutdowns like over Christmas.

The Sabres were shut out Monday night in their match up against the Philadelphia Flyers 4 to nothing.  Craig Anderson made 34 saves for Buffalo in the uneven match where the Sabres only shot on the Flyers goal 28 times.  Sabres goalie Eric Comrie was activated from injured reserve on Monday. Comrie has been out of action since he sustained a lower-body injury Nov. 16 against Ottawa. Goalie Ukko-Pekka Luukkonen was loaned to AHL Rochester to make room on the roster.  Sabres are hosting again tonight against the Seattle Kraken.  Puck drop is 7pm.

The Batavia Police Department and the Batavia Fire Department faced off in a battle of wills and skills on Sunday at the David M. McCarthy Memorial Ice Arena for a charity match.  They played to benefit the David M. McCarthy Foundation.  During the game there were quick turnarounds, a fight which caused the Batavia PD to deploy their secret weapon, a Police SUV which drove out on the ice in support of their team, the fire truck wouldn’t fit in the building. In the end the Police were victorious with a 5 to 2 win over the Firefighters.

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