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Written by on September 14, 2023

After a two-week search, escaped murderer Danelo Cavalcante is in custody.  Pennsylvania State Police announced his capture Wednesday morning and said he was apprehended shortly after 8 a.m.  Video showed him in handcuffs with his Philadelphia Eagles sweatshirt being cut and being put into a van to be transported.  Pennsylvania Gov. Josh Shapiro said Cavalcante was apprehended with no shots fired and thanked law enforcement for their work on the manhunt.  Cavalcante was arraigned at the Avondale barracks on an escape charge, according to the office of Judge Matthew Seavey.  A preliminary hearing was scheduled for Sept. 27.  Pennsylvania Authorities say they are planning to cover the area of the prison that Cavalcante escaped from with a roof.

A youth pastor pleaded guilty to attempting to take videos of a young girl to make child porn.  39 year old Nathan Rogers of East Aurora set up cameras in a camper at Six Flags Darien Lake Amusement park and then invited a minor girl to change out of her bathing suit inside the camper.  She discovered the cameras and called 911.  Authorities found nude pictures of the girl on the cameras, which were iphones.  Rogers pleaded guilty to attempted receipt of child pornography, which carries a mandatory minimum penalty of five years in prison, a maximum of 20 years, and a fine of $250,000.

Delaware North has revealed the brand-new food items that are going to be available to Buffalo Bills fans at Highmark Stadium this season. Among the  items that can be purchased include gluten-free wraps, a brisket sandwich, spicy chicken sandwich, and a build-your-own hot dog bar. These food offerings will be at various locations throughout the stadium. The first home game for the Bills is this Sunday against the Las Vegas Raiders.

Orleans County is suing Genesee County to stop the construction of the waste water pipeline from the STAMP facility to Oak Orchard Creek.  The 9.5-mile long pipe along Route 63 that has been under construction since Aug. 3 and would dump up to 6 million gallons of wastewater a day into the creek.  Previously the pipeline was heavily protested at county meetings by Native Americans and concerned residents.  Orleans County says that the GCEDC is illegally funding a project outside of Genesee County and never asked permission to build the pipeline in Orleans County.  A spokesperson for the Genesee County Economic Development Corporation said that the wastewater is completely safe and well within amounts that would impact the creek.  He pointed all inquiries to the website that has been set up to address questions about the pipeline.  If you want to read up on the dispute you can go to and follow the link.

The Batavia City School District announced Wednesday that Batavia High School has earned high national and metro-area rankings on the 2023-2024 Best High Schools list from U.S. News and World Report.  Batavia High School earned a national ranking in the top 40% of U.S.-based public high schools out of nearly 18,000 schools. A top statistic included in the ranking was Batavia High School’s impressive 98% graduation rate, which is “well above state median.”  Batavia High School previously received this honor in 2022 and 2014.

Iconic actor and comedian Adam Sandler is coming to the Flower City this fall!  The “Happy Gilmore” actor is swinging by Rochester for his I Missed You stand-up comedy tour, which will take over the Blue Cross Arena on Wednesday, Nov. 8.  He’s also holding a show at Scotiabank Arena in Toronto the day prior on Tuesday, Nov. 7.  The tour starts in Vancouver Oct. 12 and will span across 25 cities in North America.  Tickets go on sale Friday.

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