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2 On Your Side has teamed up with Investigative Post, a non-profit investigative reporting center focused on issues of importance to Buffalo and Western New York. Investigative Post and 2 On Your Side both believe in strong watchdog and investigative journalism that hold powerful accountable and give a voice to the voiceless. On this page you will see content co-produced by Investigative Post and 2 On Your Side, as well as stories developed by Investigative Post, led by founder and editor Jim Heaney. Heaney is a 25-year veteran reporting on issues around Buffalo and Western New York.

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Frank Sedita talks about witness cooperation

Frank Sedita talks about witness cooperationErie County District Attorney Frank Sedita talks about the problems authorities face with getting witnesses to cooperate in Buffalo
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  • 3 weeks ago
WNY

Websites for WNY governments get poor grades for transparency

Websites for WNY governments get poor grades for transparencyWebsites for WNY governments get poor grades for transparency
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  • 1 month, 4 weeks ago
Politics

Investigative Post: Suppression of Buffalo Billion spending records

Investigative Post: Suppression of Buffalo Billion spending recordsThe state-affiliated non-profit corporation managing the buffalo billion has refused to release contracts and other documents.
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  • 2 months ago
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Investigative Post: Suppression of Buffalo Billion spending records

Investigative Post: Suppression of Buffalo Billion spending recordsInvestigative Post: Suppression of Buffalo Billion spending records
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  • 2 months ago
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Scajaquada progress, at a price

Scajaquada progress, at a priceEngineers have told Cheektowaga it's going to cost up to $53 million to update the town's aging sewer system
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  • 2 months, 2 weeks ago
Local

Giving Tuesday: Supporting watchdog journalism

Giving Tuesday: Supporting watchdog journalismToday is Giving Tuesday; a day that people come together to celebrate the generosity of giving to community programs.
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  • 2 months, 3 weeks ago
Investigative Post

Urban League Employees Accuse Employer of Cheating

Urban League Employees Accuse Employer of CheatingUrban League Employees Accuse Employer of Cheating
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  • 3 months ago
Health

Rochester getting the lead out

Rochester getting the lead outRochester used to have a lead problem at least as bad as Buffalo's.
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  • 3 months, 2 weeks ago
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Niagara County IDA approves tax breaks for Summit Mall

Niagara County IDA approves tax breaks for Summit MallTwo On Your Side Midday report.
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  • 3 months, 2 weeks ago
Health

Buffalo is 'ground zero' for lead poisoning

Buffalo is 'ground zero' for lead poisoningYoung children in Erie County, mostly from Buffalo's inner city, are testing positive for lead poisoning at more than triple the state average.
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  • 3 months, 2 weeks ago
Niagara County

Should Summit Mall enjoy third round of taxpayer subsidies?

Should Summit Mall enjoy third round of taxpayer subsidies?The subsidies would go towards a $17 million renovation of the mall, which now stands largely vacant.
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  • 3 months, 2 weeks ago
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Old Buffalo homes pose lead hazard

Old Buffalo homes pose lead hazardThere's a potential threat to children in more than 85,000 homes in Buffalo. That threat is lead-based paint chips and dust.
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Lead Paint Phone Bank

Lead Paint Phone BankThe Erie County Health Department lead paint phone bank
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Sabres score big subsidies at HarborCenter

Sabres score big subsidies at HarborCenterThe Buffalo Sabres like to point out that HarborCenter, which opens later this week, is privately financed to the tune of $172.2 million.
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Buffalo

Investigative Post: Education Reform Discussion

Investigative Post: Education Reform DiscussionBuffalo Schools interim superintendent Donald Ogilvie shared his thoughts at the Investigative Post "At Issue" event on Wednesday.
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  • 4 months, 2 weeks ago
Downtown

Lawmakers oppose New York State plan for Buffalo outer harbor

Lawmakers oppose New York State plan for Buffalo outer harborTwo prominent politicians endorsed a nonprofit environmental group's Outer Harbor development plan that significantly scales back the residential and commercial footprint proposed in the state's version last month.
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  • 4 months, 3 weeks ago
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Schumer calls for end to Buffalo's dust bowl

Schumer calls for end to Buffalo's dust bowlFederal, state and local authorities are intensifying their efforts to force an embattled construction and demolition debris plant in South Buffalo to clean up its operation.
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Asking Leaders Questions About Scajaquada Creek

Asking Leaders Questions About Scajaquada CreekSupervisor Mary Holtz estimated that it will cost $20 million for Cheektowaga to upgrade its sewer stem to stem overflows into the creek.
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South Buffalo

DEC says Buffalo company 'creating significant dust'

DEC says Buffalo company 'creating significant dust'It has been four months since our watchdog partners at Investigative Post showed us the conflict between residents on Peabody Street in Buffalo and Battaglia Demolition.
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  • 6 months ago
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Asking Leaders Questions About Scajaquada Creek

Asking Leaders Questions About Scajaquada CreekSupervisor Mary Holtz estimated that it will cost $20 million for Cheektowaga to upgrade its sewer stem to stem overflows into the creek.
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  • 7 months ago
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Some Leaders Dodge Scajaquada Creek Cleanup Questions

Some Leaders Dodge Scajaquada Creek Cleanup QuestionsFor the past week, Environmental Reporter Dan Telvock with our watchdog partner at Investigative Post has been reporting on the putrid conditions at Scajaquada Creek and efforts to clean it up.
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Some Leaders Dodge Scajaquada Creek Cleanup Questions

Some Leaders Dodge Scajaquada Creek Cleanup QuestionsSome Leaders Dodge Scajaquada Creek Cleanup Questions
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  • 7 months ago
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Heartbreaking sights at the polluted Scajaquada Creek

Heartbreaking sights at the polluted Scajaquada CreekTwo state senators are demanding the Department of Environmental Conservation take aggressive actions to address sewer overflows that have badly impact water quality in Scajaquada Creek.
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  • 7 months, 1 week ago
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Investigative Post: Buffalo Facing 100K in Fines For HazMat Mishandling

Investigative Post: Buffalo Facing 100K in Fines For HazMat MishandlingBuffalo is facing more than $100,000 in fines because of its mishandling of hazardous materials
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Pollution creates cesspool in Scajaquada Creek

Pollution creates cesspool in Scajaquada CreekPollution creates cesspool in Scajaquada Creek
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Pollution in Scajaquada Creek

Pollution in Scajaquada CreekAn empty milk carton on the Scajaquada Creek
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  • 7 months, 2 weeks ago
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Buffalo officials respond to hazardous waste violations

Buffalo officials respond to hazardous waste violationsThe City of Buffalo will pay a $21,094 fine and spend $79,000 on nine community recycling events as punishment for numerous violations of federal hazardous waste laws under an agreement announced Thursday with the Environmental Protection Agency.
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  • 8 months, 2 weeks ago