Erie County Sheriff Tim Howard ratchets up his opposition to NY Safe Act, by ...
A public relations firm cast in a bad light by its no-bid, $325 an hour ...
An Orleans County man is recovering following an explosion at his home.
Oxbow wins The Preakness.
Damien Brunner and Brendan Smith scored in the second period and the Detroit ...
Jason Spezza will make his much-anticipated return to the Senators on Sunday.
Erie County Sheriff Tim Howard ratchets up his opposition to NY Safe Act, by lending his support to a court action aimed at striking down New York's controversial new gun laws.
A public relations firm cast in a bad light by its no-bid, $325 an hour contract with the Buffalo Municipal Housing Authority is walking away from the work.
Diondre Brown was sentenced to six months in jail and five years probation.
A Warsaw mother is facing charges after she allegedly left her three children alone in a car while she was shopping.
A statewide campaign called "Buckle Up New York" kicks off May 20, urging residents to wear seat belts while driving and cracking down on those who don't.
It's been a long process full of delays, but finally The City of Buffalo began it's final testing on the MLK Park splash pad Thursday.
The Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus is growing fast and residents in and around the booming area want to make sure progress isn't pushing people out.
U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts is in his native Western New York today to help mark the 10th anniversary of the Robert H. Jackson Center.
The Seneca Nation leader responds to Governor Cuomo's talk of private casino competition.
New York's state parks and historic sites will receive $90 million in funding for nearly 90 construction projects through the NY Works program, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced on Friday.
Contacts 2 On Your Side in an effort to get the problem resolved, and to protect the privacy of individuals who he says were luck that their information didn;t fall into the hands of a dishonest person.
The summer schedule of events for Old Falls Street was announced Thursday, and it includes some new features for this year.
A smuggling ring that made a fortune selling more than a million cartons of untaxed cigarettes in New York may have funneled some of the illicit proceeds to terrorist groups
Police are investigating a serious accident involving a motorcycle & SUV.
The catholic school has been a educating girls in Western New York for more than 150-years.
Despite Wednesday's deadline for pistol permit holders to turn in their opt-out forms, at least two county clerks are still accepting them. They tell us this part of the SAFE Act is causing headaches for their staffs.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo says an assemblyman accused of sexual harassment should resign or be removed by the Assembly.
An SUV crashed into the Spa at Falling Waters on Orchard Park Road just before 10 A.M. Thursday morning.
Police in the Town of Tonawanda say a toddler accidentally drowned in a pool Thursday afternoon.
As a local developer, who co-chairs the group steering the "Billion-2-Buffalo" effort while also serving as chairman of the N-F-T-A, Howard Zemsky has his hand firmly on the wheel of WNY's economic future.
Orchard Park Police are looking for the thief, or thieves, who broke into a home and stole thousands of dollars in jewelry.
Since 1964, East Elementary School has stood proud on Center Road in West Seneca, but come September East Elementary will be no more.
Twenty-three troopers were honored Thursday at the State Police's annual award ceremony.
The schedule for this summer's Thursday at Canalside concert series was announced Wednesday. The series will run June 6 through August 29.
New York's unemployment rate in April fell to its lowest level since 2009 but still trailed the national average, according to the state Department of Labor.
A searchable database will show if you are owed as little as $3 since 1985.
The state's 10 regional economic development councils Wednesday will provide an update on their progress and provide details about their funding targets for next year.
When first graders heard about dozens of neglected dogs seized from a Wyoming County home late last month, they decided they wanted to help.