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BUFFALO, NY - In my continued search to find the best websites to save you time and money, today we're getting your week started in style.

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One Week Later, Patrons Return To Downtown Bars & Restaurants

BUFFALO, N.Y. - Exactly one week after a gunman shot eight people outside of the City Grill, many patrons returned to Downtown Buffalo's bars and restaurants undaunted by the violence.

"I believe in this city," said bride-to-be Cameron Stelmach, as she held rehearsal dinner at the City Grill. "I bought a house in this city. I'm having my wedding in this city. And so I want more people to see the good side of this city."

While it may take weeks, if not longer, to get a true sense of how the murder of four partygoers might affect business for bar and restaurant owners, many of the Friday club goers sounded determined not to let the violence affect their lives.

REPORTER: Does it concern you at all that there was some violence down here?

STELMACH: It doesn't really concern me that it was down here. I really think that was a random act of violence. I don't think it reflects the neighborhood at all.

Huge Half-Off Sale: Welcome Back 2 School!

In my continued search to find the best websites to save you time and money, today a celebration of Back 2 School Savings.

Consider this the last weekend to practically steal everything you'll need for your dorm room, apartment and wardrobe.

Let's start with clothes. Today there are a few retailers to keep a close eye on.

Aeropostale offers half off on almost everything with hoodies at $14.75 for girls and guys and many other discoutns. Dont' forget to stop by the sale section. CLICK HERE.

Urban Outfitters has a big selection of clothes $9.99 and under. CLICK HERE.

Buffalo Zoo Snow Leopard Cubs Now on Exhibit

BUFFALO, NY-Cute as can be, two snow leopard cubs made their public debut Friday at the Buffalo Zoo.

The pair, both males, are named Ketu and Makalu, after mountains in the Himalayas. They were born to mom, Annapurna and dad, Dwaine on June 2nd.

The breeding was recommended as part of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums' Species Survival Plan, which is designed to help a species maintain a healthy and stable population.

Annapurna, a first-time mom, was the last snow leopard born at the zoo.

Snow leopards are highly endangered due to poaching for the fur trade, loss of habitat, dam projects and a loss of food sources.

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Buffalo Zoo Euthanizes Giraffe

BUFFALO, NY-Hearts are heavy at the Buffalo Zoo with the news that Cain, the zoo's male giraffe had to be euthanized.

A spokesperson for the zoo said the decision was made on Tuesday after Cain's health declined rapidly. Initial tests done to determine a cause of death were inconclusive.

Samples were sent to several labs for analysis; but results will not be available for several weeks.

Cain was born at the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo in Colorado Springs on May 30, 1998. He arrived at the Buffalo Zoo in October, 1999.

During his lifetime, the 12-year-old reticulated giraffe fathered three calves.

Missing Person in Buffalo Area

BUFFALO, NY - Buffalo Police need help to find a missing woman. Kathy Miller was last seen leaving a mental health treatment facility, early Thursday morning.

Miller is 57 years old about 5'5", approximately 190 lbs. Has hazel eyes and sandy blonde hair. She was last wearing a beige shirt and shorts and square-wire rimmed glasses.

Miller was seen leaving the facility around 10 a.m.  according to the staff. She was also spotted in the vicinity of Millard-Filmore Gates on Delaware Ave. She is likely confused and roaming in the Buffalo area.

Her family says she is not dangerous or violent. Her family is very concerned and requests the community's help in searching for her.

If anyone has any information please call the Buffalo Police at (716) 851-4444. 


Dog Wash to Raise Money for Sick Child

KENMORE, N.Y. -- Niagara Aquarium Pet Shoppe at 1345 Military Road in Kenmore is holding a Dog Wash to benefit Evan D. Corbett, a nine-month-old child born with serious health issues, on Saturday, August 28, 11 a.m. - 3 p.m.

For just a $5 donation you and your dog can have a good time for a good cause.

Corbett was born November 9, 2009, with Congenital Central Hyperventilation Syndrome, which required tracheotomy surgery at five weeks of age and now requires nearly 'round-the-clock nursing care. Proceeds will help to offset medical expenses.

For more information, call the Niagara Aquarium Pet Shoppe at 874-1951.