There’s always some less-than-thrilling things that happen each week, whether it’s across the country, down to Music City in Nashville, or right here in our WNY backyards.

Here’s this week’s rundown.

  • 1

    Kanye West Rips Apart Taylor Swift...Again

    There's not too much I hate in life. Just three things: pickles, mustard and Kanye West. This week, a video leaked of Kanye talking smack about Taylor Swift, and this guy is just a plain old thug. Take a listen to the leaked audio!!

  • 2

    Pot Pipe Found In Burger King Kids' Meal

    One time, I found a minion toy in between my double cheeseburger at McDonalds. I laughed it off -- it was probably some kid just trying to be a smart alec. But, imagine this one: Open your meal. Find some pot and a pipe.

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  • 3

    'Rolling Stone' Cover Features Boston Bomber

    Why the hell would anyone decide to put that up there? What awful taste, and some country stars including John Rich and Brad Paisley shared their thoughts on it. Check out what Dierks Bentley did -- LOL!

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  • 4

    Nationwide Rallies Demand 'Justice For Trayvon'

    The parents of Trayvon Martin joined thousands of Americans at more than 100 scheduled vigils in cities nationwide on Saturday, demanding what they described as justice for their 17-year-old son, who was shot dead last year and now has the country in a tizzy.

    NY Times
  • 5

    Woman Falls Off Six Flags Roller Coaster

    Authorities are trying to determine how a woman died on Friday while riding the famed Texas Giant roller coaster at the North Texas amusement park.

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  • 6

    Friday Night Thunderstorm Leaves Tons Of WNY'ers Without Power

    People with power may think that the storm was cool on Friday night. But the nearly 30,000 people who lost power may not think the same.

    At its peak, about 75,000 customers in upstate New York lost power due to the storm. About 28,500 customers were in the Western New York region, primarily in Erie and Niagara Counties. We had four inches of rain total in Buffalo.

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