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Forecasters calling for up to two feet of snow in Genesee County this week.
An arctic blast moving in is expected to pummel Western New York.
Forecasters say lake effect snow starting tomorrow could cause up to a foot or two of snow in parts of Genesee County. 
A winter storm watch will go into effect tonight for Genesee County and is expected to last through late Thursday night. 
Orleans County could see some serious snow as well.
The National Weather Service expects travel will be impacted in the area.

Local Drug Task Force busts a Batavia woman for crack sales in the city.
34 year old Karrie Morrow-Paine of South Main Street is accused of selling crack cocaine to a Drug Task Force Agent on two occasions in August.
She was taken into custody on a warrant during investigation into an unrelated complaint.
Morrow-Paine is being held without bail on Four Class B Felony counts for drug sale and possession.

A teenage boy in Batavia being held for alleged assault.
According to authorities the 16 year old Oak Street resident was initially arrested following a fight on Highland Avenue last Tuesday. 
Now the teen is facing a felony count of second degree assault, adding to the charges filed against him last week.
The 16 year old was remanded to the Genesee County Jail in lieu of $25,000 bail.

A Chili man is facing charges for a deadly hit and run that killed the wife of a Batavia native.
Police say 27 year old Jon Jamberdino turned himself in Sunday night for the crash that caused the death last week of 38 year old  Jill Skivington Jackett. 
Jamberdino has been charged with a felony count of the leaving the scene of a fatal accident and was ordered to be held in lieu of $5,000 bail.
His attorney says he has mental issues and learning disabilities.
Prosecutors say they've ruled out drugs or alcohol. 
Yesterday Jamberdino pleaded not guilty and is expected to make bail.
Skivington-Jackett was a teacher at Wheatland-Chili and the wife of Batavia native and BHS graduate Shawn Jackett.

Once again, playoffs aren't looking good for the Bills. reported that Sunday's loss to the Patriots crippled their odds at making it to the postseason. 
The Bills are now six and six but if they win their four remaining games it might be enough. 
However the Bills play the Patriots again.

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