Highlights

Michael Mroziak, WBFO

Jeb Bush appears at Buffalo campaign fundraiser

Jeb Bush, one of more than a dozen Republican presidential hopefuls, appeared in Buffalo Tuesday morning for a campaign fundraiser.
Read More
WBFO News photo by Eileen Buckley

The Buffalo Board of Education is meeting behind closed doors Tuesday to discuss the search for a new school leader. 

Jeb Bush appears at Buffalo campaign fundraiser

41 minutes ago
Michael Mroziak, WBFO

Jeb Bush, one of more than a dozen Republican presidential hopefuls, appeared in Buffalo Tuesday morning for a campaign fundraiser.

A pioneering gay activist is suggesting the Supreme Court decision allowing gay marriages across the country may be the easiest part of the struggle for gay civil rights.

WBFO News file photo

Niagara Falls streets are improving, using a little money and some new machines.

Today on WBFO's Press Pass, Blues host Pat Feldballe speaks with Buffalo Niagara Film Commissioner Tim Clark about the significance of a film crew sighting Pat recently made on a Buffalo street. They also discusses a number of new film shoots about to get underway in Western New York.

Lian Bunny / WBFO News

A seven year tradition in Hamburg is using golf to help young amputees and their families.

Michael Mroziak, WBFO

A state lawmaker from Niagara County is hoping to take proactive steps to further secure the long-term future of the Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station by developing an extensive emergency services and management hub on part of the grounds.

WBFO News photo by Eileen Buckley

A collaboration is underway to focus on the prevention of sexual violence.  Crisis Services is sharing a Sexual Assault Prevention grant from the state Health Department with the YWCA of Niagara and RESTORE Sexual Assault Services will share in the regional grant.

YouTube

New details are emerging now that the three-week manhunt for two escaped New York inmates is over.

Courtesy of Opportunities Unlimited of Niagara

Two members of the group "Our Ability" took off Monday on a 12-day trek along the Erie Canal Trail in hopes of raising awareness about disabilities. The pair is marking the 25th anniversary of the American with disabilities Act and promoting the work still needed to be done. 

Pages

Now Playing

Follow Us On Social Media

Pork from Lockport pig farm in high demand

A Lockport farmer has made a name for himself due to the high-quality pork his pigs produce. WBFO contributor and Buffalo Spree food editor Christa Glennie Seychew visited the Niagara County farm to find out more.
Read More

WBFO wins top radio award from AP

WBFO has won the top award in the New York State Associated Press Association's annual news awards competition.
Read More

Gardening

Elizabeth Licata

Hostas abound at Southtowns garden

Gardening season is in full swing in Western New York. WBFO contributor Elizabeth Licata, the editor-in-chief of Buffalo Spree magazine, recently visited the property of a Boston Hills couple who specialize in growing one plant in particular, the hosta.
Read More

Farming

Dave DeLuca/WBFO News

Changes on the farm

It's the season for dairy and agriculture festivals in Western New York. Springville staged its annual tribute to farming last weekend. Down in Allegany County, Cuba will kick off its five-day Dairy Week on Tuesday, June 16.
Read More

Environment

Wikimedia Commons/Alvesgaspar

Ontario beekeepers say farm pesticide is killing millions of drones

A showdown is looming in Ontario between beekeepers and some farmers and seed companies over the use of a controversial pesticide.
Read More