Buffalo, New York is the second largest city in the state and is also one of the best places for television reporters to get their feet wet in the industry. It is ideal for those journalists who choose to cover sports. With the Buffalo Bills and Sabres, Buffalo seems to be a perfect market to get started or settle in.

Buffalo is also a unique media market in the fact that many of the on air talent stay on the job and become part of the fabric of Buffalo for what has been decades for some. Whenever one of these on air personalities leaves or moves on to another opportunity, it fills conversations and social media feeds.

It has happened again in Buffalo. Another journalist has announced that they will be moving on and offered their gratitude to the Buffalo area and their employer.

Here in Buffalo and Western New York, we have been blessed with some of the greatest and most talented TV and radio personalities of all time. When aspiring weather people/forecasters get near the end of their college careers, Buffalo is popular city for them to get a start on their future and career. With the ever-changing weather patterns and seasons, and welcoming audience, being on the air in Buffalo as a meteorologist seems like a dream come true.

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This gorgeous Clarence mansion comes with its own arcade room, movie theater and classic '50s diner.

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