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November 23, 2022, 11:50 PM

6 months after Buffalo massacre, some survivors say time has done little to heal

Six months have elapsed since the May 14 massacre at a Buffalo grocery store and loved ones of those killed and others who survived say their healing has yet to begin.
November 23, 2022, 11:50 PM
6 months after Buffalo massacre, some survivors say time has done little to heal
November 22, 2022, 1:06 PM

Buffalo supermarket shooting suspect expected to plead guilty in court next Monday

Payton Gendron is charged with 10 counts of murder in the first degree.
November 22, 2022, 1:06 PM
Buffalo supermarket shooting suspect expected to plead guilty
November 21, 2022, 1:08 AM

Buffalo supermarket shooting suspect's hearing adjourned Monday due to snow

Attorneys representing families of victims have also said they've been told to expect a guilty plea.
November 21, 2022, 1:08 AM
Buffalo supermarket shooting suspect's hearing adjourned Monday: Court official
November 14, 2022, 5:49 PM

Families healing 6 months after mass shooting at grocery store in Buffalo

Zeneta Everhart, the mother of a 20-year-old who was injured in the shooting at Tops Supermarket, joins ABC News Live to discuss how the community is working to heal together.
November 14, 2022, 5:49 PM
Families healing 6 months after mass shooting at grocery store in Buffalo
November 14, 2022, 1:14 PM

After saving lives in Buffalo mass shooting, store worker opens up about trauma

He's credited with saving lives during a mass shooting at a Buffalo supermarket, and Carlton Steverson says focusing on his job helps him cope with his trauma.
November 14, 2022, 1:14 PM
Tops worker saved lives hiding customers, colleagues in freezer
November 14, 2022, 1:10 PM

Former fire commissioner fighting white supremacy in wake of mother's death in Buffalo massacre

Garnell Whitfield Jr. said he has dedicated his life to speaking out against white supremacy and the nation's epidemic of gun violence since his mother's slaying.
November 14, 2022, 1:10 PM
Son fights white supremacy after mom killed in alleged racist massacre
November 14, 2022, 11:40 AM

6 months after Buffalo massacre, some survivors say time has done little to heal

Six months have elapsed since the May 14 massacre at a Buffalo grocery store and loved ones of those killed and others who survived say their healing has yet to begin.
November 14, 2022, 11:40 AM
6 months after Buffalo massacre, some survivors say time has done little to heal
November 14, 2022, 11:39 AM

Tops worker says hardest part of recovering from Buffalo massacre is feeling 'invisible'

While Fragrance Harris Stanfield said she survived the mass shooting at a Buffalo supermarket, she feels the psychological trauma has taken a back seat to those killed.
November 14, 2022, 11:39 AM
Tops worker says feeling 'invisible' is hardest part of recovering from mass shooting
November 14, 2022, 11:38 AM

'I'm still numb': Only child of Buffalo massacre victim opens up on coping with grief

Wayne Jones discusses the aftermath of the killing of his mother, Celestine Chaney in the Tops supermarket mass shooting on May 14.
November 14, 2022, 11:38 AM
'I'm still numb': Only child of Buffalo massacre victim opens up on coping with grief
November 12, 2022, 6:19 PM

Buffalo: Healing from hate

Six months after a racially motivated shooting in a supermarket left 10 dead, the community in Buffalo continues to look for a way forward.
November 12, 2022, 6:19 PM
Buffalo: Healing from hate
1 month ago

Buffalo grocery store president speaks out after massacre as tensions rise with some workers

The president of Tops Friendly Markets opened up about his company's response to the May 14 massacre at its store on the east side of Buffalo.
1 month ago
Grocery store president speaks out after massacre as tensions rise with some workers
1 month ago

Tops president opens up on Buffalo massacre amid tension over survivors' fund

The 5/14 Survivors Fund grew to $6.4 million and is being distributed among those impacted by the massacre by a community steering committee.
1 month ago
Tops president opens up on Buffalo massacre amid tension over survivors' fund
1 month ago

Buffalo shooting victims to be honored with new monument

Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown and Gov. Kathy Hochul announced a new monument to memorialize victims of the Tops Supermarket shooting.
1 month ago
Buffalo shooting victims to be honored with new monument
1 month ago

New York Gov. Kathy Hochul announces monument to memorialize Buffalo shooting victims

Gov. Kathy Hochul announced a new monument to memorialize victims of the Tops Supermarket shooting.
1 month ago
Buffalo shooting victims to be honored with new monument
1 month ago

Buffalo mass shooting suspect 'radicalized' by fringe social media: NY attorney general

A report released by the New York Attorney General's office slams dark web platforms for "radicalizing" the teenage suspect in the Buffalo grocery store massacre.
1 month ago
Buffalo massacre suspect 'radicalized' by fringe social media: NY attorney general
1 month ago

Buffalo massacre suspect ‘radicalized’ by fringe social media: NY attorney general

The report found that anonymous and unmoderated sites allowing racist and extremist views can push people to violence.
1 month ago
Buffalo massacre suspect ‘radicalized’ by fringe social media: NY attorney general
2 months ago

Families of Buffalo massacre victims call on governor to change law

Family members of those killed in in a mass shooting in Buffalo are asking New York's governor to sign a bill to overhaul the state's wrongful death statute.
2 months ago
Families of Buffalo massacre victims call on governor to change law
2 months ago

How Buffalo shooting victim's son shields his ailing father from tragedy

Four months after 10 Black people were fatally shot in a Buffalo market, Garnell Whitfield Jr. said his dad remains unaware his wife of nearly seven decades was killed.
2 months ago
How Buffalo shooting victim's son shields his ailing father from tragedy
2 months ago

How Buffalo shooting victim's son shields father from tragedy

Four months after 10 Black people were fatally shot in a Buffalo market, Garnell Whitfield Jr. said his ailing dad remains unaware his wife of nearly seven decades was killed.
2 months ago
How Buffalo shooting victim's son shields father from tragedy
2 months ago

How 1 man became the unsung hero of the Tops market shooting

When a mass shooter entered Tops Friendly Market in East Buffalo on May 14, Tops deli associate Carlton Steverson didn't panic.
2 months ago
How 1 man became the unsung hero of the Tops market shooting
2 months ago

Unsung hero of the Buffalo mass shooting describes why he didn't want to leave people behind in the store

Carlton Steverson said his mind is still reeling with questions of why he survived the racially motivated rampage at Buffalo store and paranoia could of a similar attack.
2 months ago
Buffalo store worker who hid customers during massacre speaks out
3 months ago

Son of Buffalo mass shooting victim fears death penalty will make suspect 'a martyr'

The son of one of the victims in the Buffalo grocery store mass shooting said he does not want to see the alleged teenage gunman made into a martyr.
3 months ago
Son of Buffalo mass shooting victim fears death penalty will make suspect 'a martyr'
3 months ago

Loved ones of Buffalo massacre victims speak out on systemic racism

The federal Equal Opportunity Commission held a listening session in Buffalo on Monday in response to the Tops grocery store massacre.
3 months ago
Loved ones of Buffalo massacre victims speak out on systemic racism
4 months ago

Guns in America: Buffalo mayor talks economic impact of gun violence

Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown talks about the economic impact of gun violence and how his city is recovering from its racially motivated mass shooting.
4 months ago
Guns in America: Buffalo mayor talks economic impact of gun violence
4 months ago

Buffalo mayor addresses mass shooting, plans for recovery

Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown was interviewed by GMA3 about how his community has responded to the mass shooting in May, and the emotional and financial impacts.
4 months ago
Buffalo mayor addresses the economic impact of mass shooting
4 months ago

Buffalo supermarket reopens 2 months after deadly shooting

The store opened its doors a day after a federal grand jury indicted the accused gunman.
4 months ago
Buffalo supermarket reopens 2 months after deadly shooting
4 months ago

Buffalo supermarket reopens 2 months aftermath shooting

The Tops Market in Buffalo, New York, has reopened two months after a white gunman opened fire and killed 10 people, all of whom were Black.
4 months ago
Buffalo supermarket reopens 2 months aftermath shooting
4 months ago

Tops Friendly Markets where May deadly mass shooting took place, reopens

The supermarket closed for several months for an investigation and renovations after 10 people were killed there.
4 months ago
Tops Friendly Markets where May deadly mass shooting took place, reopens
4 months ago

Reopening of Buffalo supermarket draws mixed feelings

Two months after the deadly shooting, the Buffalo, New York, supermarket where the rampage occurred reopened on Friday.
4 months ago
Reopening of Buffalo supermarket draws mixed feelings
4 months ago

Buffalo supermarket reopens, while community 'food desert' concerns remain

As the Tops market reopens, returning to the site of the Buffalo shooting is painful for the community. But with no other grocery store in the area, some have no choice.
4 months ago
Even within 'food desert,' Buffalo community torn over supermarket reopening
4 months ago

Buffalo supermarket, site of mass shooting, reopens

The Buffalo supermarket at the center of the May mass shooting has reopened. Payton Gendron has been indicted on federal hate crime charges.
4 months ago
Buffalo supermarket, site of mass shooting, reopens
4 months ago

Buffalo mass shooting suspect indicted on hate crime charges, AG to consider death penalty

A federal grand jury returned an indictment Thursday charging the alleged Buffalo mass shooter, Payton Gendron, with federal hate crimes.
4 months ago
Buffalo suspect indicted on hate crime charges, AG to consider death penalty
4 months ago

Buffalo supermarket reopens two months aftermath shooting

The Tops Market in Buffalo, New York, reopened the same day that a federal grand jury indicted alleged gunman Payton Gendron on 27 hate crimes charges.
4 months ago
Buffalo supermarket reopens two months aftermath shooting
4 months ago

Buffalo Tops to reopen 2 months after the massacre

The store is set to reopen on Friday following a prayer service and a moment of silence on Thursday.
4 months ago
Buffalo Tops to reopen 2 months after the massacre
5 months ago

Juneteenth holds new meaning for Buffalo, New York, following shooting tragedy

Buffalo, New York, is celebrating Juneteenth following the tragedy and is honoring the victims while addressing racial inequality.
5 months ago
Juneteenth holds new meaning for Buffalo following shooting tragedy
5 months ago

Buffalo shooting renews calls for body armor regulation

The mass shooting in Buffalo, New York, has renewed a debate about tactical body armor, which is largely unregulated across the country.
5 months ago
Buffalo shooting highlights unregulated use of body armor
5 months ago

Judge calls on federal prosecutors to decide if they'll seek death penalty in Buffalo mass shooting case

The white suspected gunman in last month's mass shooting at a Buffalo supermarket was arraigned Thursday on multiple federal hate crime charges.
5 months ago
Judge wants death penalty answer in Buffalo case
5 months ago

Federal hate crime charges filed against accused Buffalo shooter

Prosecutors allege 18-year-old Peyton Gendron's goal was to "kill as many Blacks as possible" and charged him with 26 counts of hate crimes and weapons violations.
5 months ago
Federal hate crime charges filed against accused Buffalo shooter
5 months ago

Buffalo mass shooting: Federal hate crime charges announced as AG visits families

Federal hate crime charges were announced against the Buffalo mass shooting suspect as Attorney General Merrick Garland arrived in the city to meet with survivors and the families of the 10 victims.
5 months ago
Buffalo mass shooting: Federal hate crime charges announced as AG visits families
5 months ago

Buffalo mass shooting: Federal hate crime charges announced as AG visits families

Attorney General Merrick Garland is in Buffalo, New York, on Wednesday to meet with the families of the 10 victims killed in last month's mass shooting.
5 months ago
AG visits Buffalo shooting families as new charges announced
5 months ago

Mom whose son was injured in Buffalo shooting uses book drive to educate others

Zeneta Everhart also testified before Congress after her 21-year-old son was shot in a mass shooting at a Topps Friendly Markets grocery store in Buffalo, New York.
5 months ago
Mom whose son was injured in Buffalo shooting uses book drive to educate others
6 months ago

Guns in America: Black and Latino community members speak out on Buffalo, Uvalde mass shootings

Guns in America: From Buffalo to Uvalde centers on Black and Latino communities that are seeking accountability after the Buffalo and Uvalde mass shootings.
6 months ago
Guns in America: Black, Latino community members speak on Buffalo, Uvalde shootings
6 months ago

Supermarket where Buffalo shooting occurred could reopen by end of July

The Tops Friendly Market where a gunman killed 10 people last month could reopen by the end of July.
6 months ago
Supermarket where Buffalo shooting occurred could reopen by end of July
6 months ago

Zeneta Everhart testifies on Capitol Hill about son shot in Buffalo supermarket

Everhart's son, Zaire Goodman, was injured in the supermarket shooting in Buffalo, New York.
6 months ago
Zeneta Everhart testifies on Capitol Hill about son shot in Buffalo supermarket
6 months ago

Son of Buffalo shooting victim appears before Senate hearing on domestic terrorism

Garnell Whitfield Jr., the son of the oldest Buffalo shooting victim, attended a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on domestic terrorism.
6 months ago
Son of Buffalo shooting victim appears before Senate hearing on domestic terrorism
6 months ago

'It's my son': Mother of Buffalo shooting survivor urges gun reform ahead of hearing in Congress

A House committee will hold a hearing on gun violence next week.
6 months ago
Mother of Buffalo shooting survivor to urge lawmakers on gun reform
6 months ago

911 dispatcher accused of hanging up on Buffalo shooting caller fired

Erie County officials held a disciplinary hearing on Thursday, during which the county decided to terminate the dispatcher.
6 months ago
911 dispatcher accused of hanging up on Buffalo shooting caller fired
6 months ago

Buffalo mass shooting suspect 1st charged with 'domestic terrorism' in New York state history

The white teenager who allegedly killed 10 Black people at a Buffalo, New York, supermarket last month expected to be arraigned on Thursday.
6 months ago
Buffalo shooting suspect 1st charged with 'domestic terrorism' in NY
6 months ago

Buffalo suspect charged with 'domestic terrorism'

The accused gunman, Payton Gendron, is also charged with 10 counts of first degree murder.
6 months ago
Buffalo suspect charged with 'domestic terrorism'
6 months ago

Grand jury returns 25-count indictment for Buffalo shooting suspect: Source

Buffalo shooting suspect Payton Gendron is due in court on Thursday.
6 months ago
Buffalo shooting suspect indicted on 25 counts: Source