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Weekend in Review: Jack Nicklaus to visit, Bills lose to Chargers, Sanborn sunflowers shut down and more

Hot summer temperatures were the highlight of a busy September weekend when quarterback Josh Allen debuted as a starter for the Buffalo Bills and Elton John performed at KeyBank Center on his farewell tour. Here are some stories you may have missed this weekend.

Jack Nicklaus to visit Buffalo in push for signature golf course

Golf legend Jack Nicklaus will visit Buffalo on Monday with a different kind of pitch. Nicklaus will help sell area civic leaders on plans for a new signature golf course in South Buffalo, the restoration of an arboretum designed by Frederick Law Olmsted in South Park and an upgraded course in Delaware Park.

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Surveillance video shows man run, trip, then shot by police

Surveillance video shows the man fatally shot by police early Wednesday was running from a Buffalo police officer in the moments leading up to his death. The video shows Rafael “Pito” Rivera run down a sidewalk, trip, crawl for a few feet and get back up before he was shot.

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Town orders Sunflowers of Sanborn to shut down events

Town of Cambria officials served the couple who operate the popular nature attraction, a well-known venue for selfies, with a cease and desist order. They claim the sunflower farm's operations, including a Halloween celebration next month, are in violation of Cambria's zoning ordinance.

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Jay Skurski's observations: Bills defense puts on another lackluster performance

It was expected that the Bills’ offense would struggle this season, and that has happened, too, but the defense’s absolute inability to do anything has been a shock, says Jay Skurski after the Bills lost to the Chargers 31-20.

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Bills' Vontae Davis: 'This isn't how I pictured retiring from the NFL'

In a bizarre turn of events, Bills cornerback Vontae Davis removed himself from Sunday's game in the first half and told the coaches that "he was done," coach Sean McDermott said. Davis then ended up retiring, saying in a postgame statement: "This isn't how I pictured retiring from the NFL."

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Will ‘unbelievable’ turnout in Democratic primary impact general election?

Democrats flocked to the polls in New York's Democratic primary in unprecedented numbers Thursday, and election watchers think that's a sign they may do the same on Election Day.

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Elton John rocks KeyBank Center

Piano man and singing legend Sir Elton John performed Saturday at KeyBank Center for thousands of fans from around the region.

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