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Temperatures are expected to soar into the mid 90's today across much of Western New York. 
A heat advisory has been issued for Orleans and Genesee Counties between 1 this afternoon and 9 tonight.
Tony Ansuinni is a meteorologist on duty this morning at the National Weather Service in Buffalo:

"Expect a hot and humid day today with a heat advisory in effect from early afternoon into the evening. The warmest temperatures will be away from Lake Erie. The high temperatures will be in the lower 90's, combine that with the high humidity,  it will make it feel like closer to 100 degrees."

Thunder storms are expected to roll into the area later this afternoon.

A Genesee County Grand Jury has handed up a seven count indictment against a Batavia man accused of causing a car accident that injured six people last fall.
46-year-old Michael Sanders was driving north on Oak Street last November and attempted to turn left on Richmond. He allegedly failed to yield the right of way to a pick-up truck - the two vehicles collided and caused the pick-up to strike two pedestrians.
Sanders is facing charges of driving while his ability was impaired by drugs and vehicular assault.

An Albion man is facing a slew of charges after he allegedly failed to stop for a police officer.
20 year old Chad Desmit of Gillette Road, Albion, is in the Genesee County Jail this morning in lieu of 10-thosuand dollars bail.
Genesee County Sheriff’s Deputies say they tried to stop Desmit late last night on Lockport Road in Oakfield. A chase reached speeds of 120 miles an hour and ended in Orleans County.
He is facing additional charges.

A Warsaw man is facing charges after he was arrested for stealing over $15,000 in jewelry and cash.  Police say 28-year-old Peter Conway stole rings and money from his girlfriend's house as well as his girlfriend's mother's house.  Police say he was taking the jewelry to Rochester to sell it. He is charged with grand larceny.

A vacant Wal-Mart in Brockport is no longer under consideration by the federal government to house illegal immigrant children. 
Under current law minors who enter this country illegally without a parent or guardian, cannot be deported right away. 
So the government needs to find places to house these children.  Federal officials were also considering a former Kodak facility in Greece and a vacant hotel in Buffalo as housing locations, but have decided against those sites as well.

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