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5. Smiles at the World Naked Bike Ride in Buffalo
July 10, 2016: Who went to this year's World Naked Bike Ride on July 9? Chuck Alaimo's captured 54 pictures from the event.
Click to see our gallery from the World Naked Bike Ride.
4. Buffalo police to patrol in pairs in wake of threats on social media
July 8, 2016: After last week's shootings in Baton Rouge, Falcon Heights and Dallas, the Buffalo community reacted with a series of rallies and policy changes. Buffalo police are ordered to patrol in pairs, reports Lou Michel.
People gather in Martin Luther King Park for a Black Lives Matter rally in Buffalo Friday. The event was organized by Power in Numbers, an area advocacy group. (Mark Mulville/Buffalo News)
3. West Side parents charged after three children found in ‘deplorable conditions’
July 12, 2016: Three children, ages 3 and under, were found standing on their tiptoes to get water from a toilet bowl, writes Jack Howland.
Maureen Fabre, 24, and Terrell Hagans, 26, were charged after three children were found living in deplorable conditions.
2. The five best places to play Pokemon Go in Buffalo
July 11, 2016: The Pokemon Go craze has invaded Western New York, even surpassing Tinder downloads on Android phones. If you're just joining the legions of Pokemon Go trainers in Buffalo, here's 5 places to catch Pokemon. This map also outlines where gyms and Pokestops may be found.
Click on the photo to see our gallery of where Pokemon have been spotted in Western New York.
Since it's been downloaded, Pokemon Go has also introduced new local marketing ploys and privacy concerns.
1. Zip line over Niagara Falls gorge set to open July 20
July 11, 2016: Have you ever wanted to ride a 2,200 feet into and over Niagara Gorge? Now's your chance, reports Nancy Fischer.
WildPlay’s MistRider Zipline to the Falls in Niagara Falls, Ont., opens to the public Friday.