Thursday's Democrat and Chronicle story about the coming snowstorm used a graphic from channel 2 in Buffalo, and linked to a video from the Buffalo station.
The same day's news that an Indian tribe wants to put a casino in Rochester broke in The Buffalo News -- nearly 12 hours before the D&C got around to it.
Recently the D&C changed its Section A, where it prints the world and national stories we all read on the internet the day before. It consists now of a generic USA Today insert, with a D&C wraparound page or two.
They still seem to produce locally Section B. That's where they print the Rochester and state news we all read on Rachel Barnhart's twitter feed the day before.
The slogan for the D&C's marketing effort to migrate readers to its website, in anticipation of ending print, is "Give It To Me Local." Owned by a company in Virginia, trending as illustrated by the examples above, the only thing local about the D&C is the damage it inflicts on this community through its corruption and its lies, documented over the years in this site and in the perception of discerning readers. "Give It To You Anal" is a more fitting slogan and a more truthful one.