Time Warner Cable News is a 24-hour-a-day, seven-day-a-week local news service viewed on cable channel 9 in Buffalo and channels 14 or 8 elsewhere (check your cable channel listings for your area). Tune in for local weather reports six times an hour On the 1s (:01,:11,:21, :31, :41 and :51).
Based in our newsroom at 355 Chicago Street since our first newscast on March 25, 2009, our Buffalo staff reports around the clock on news, weather and sports from across Western New York: Buffalo-Niagara, the Genesee Valley and the Southern Tier. We also have staff in newsrooms in Jamestown, Niagara Falls and Batavia.
You can tune in anytime to watch the latest local news reports by anchors Scott Patterson, Virginia Butler and Casey Bortnick on weekdays and Jennifer Auh, Katie Morse and Alex Haight on weekends.
Our Sports anchors Kevin Carroll and Andy Young provide local sports updates at :15 and :45 past the hour.
Watch for Your Traffic reports with Mike O’Brian weekday mornings and Alicia King weekday late afternoons.
Tune in weeknights at 8pm and 11:30pm for Capital Tonight, our in-depth reporting and analysis of NY state politics including reports from and about Western New York.
First called YNN, the station changed its name to Time Warner Cable News on December 16, 2013. All of the company’s news channels across the United States will now carry this name to more easily identify us as a local programming channel available exclusively on Time Warner Cable.
Our local staff behind the scenes and in the field continues to provide you news important to you, our cable customer viewers in 200+ towns, villages and cities in an 8-county area that stretches from the Canadian border south to the Pennsylvania line and as far east as Orleans, Genesee, Wyoming and Allegany Counties.
You can reach us anytime by calling (716) 558-8999, press 2 for the newsroom. Or email us at email@example.com.
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