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Animals taken from NY home full of knee-deep feces

Authorities say they've removed dozens of animals from a western New York home where officials say the feces was so deep the cats and dogs had to burrow through the waste to move around. Full story

Contractor at NY nuke cleanup cutting work force

The main contractor working to clean up a western New York nuclear site says it will eliminate 65 jobs with the end of some federal stimulus funding. Full story

Congressman quits over Craigslist scandal

A married congressman from upstate New York resigns suddenly amid a scandal over emails and a shirtless photo supposedly sent in response to a Craigslist dating ad. Full story

Man jailed, accused of trying to marinate his cat

BUFFALO, New York (Reuters Life!) - A western New York man appeared in court on Friday to face animal cruelty charges, after trying to marinate his cat so he could eat it, authorities said. Full story

N.Y. highway reopens after 24-hour snow jam

A western New York highway that was closed for over 24 hours because of an accident that left trucks and cars stranded in heavy snow was reopened Friday morning, state police said. Full story

Upstate N.Y. buried by winter whopper

   Parts of western New York are still digging out of two feet of snow after a winter storm system pounded the area. NBC’s Ron Allen reports.

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  Meet the mediums of ‘Lily Dale’

Michelle Whitedove, Gerta Lestock and Anne Gehman, three mediums featured in the new HBO documentary “No One Dies in Lily Dale,” discuss their otherworldly abilities and the importance of this village in western New York.

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In this Dec. 15, 2010 photo, fire consumes the Friendship Bible Baptist Church in Friendship, N.Y. Fire investigators are trying to determine what caused a blaze that gutted the rural western New York church, sending flames shooting up the building's bell tower and steeple. (AP Photo/The Wellsville