Amanda Snyder Intern They came for basketball, enjoyed much more By Amanda Snyder • Mar 20, 2017 WBFO's Michael Mroziak Basketball brought thousands of visitors to Buffalo during the NCAA tournament, but what impressions of the Queen City will they take home with them? WBFO hit the streets to get a line on how visitors enjoyed March Madness in Buffalo. Many use student loans to finance spring flings By Amanda Snyder • Mar 13, 2017 When people hear the term “student loans,” they typically think of tuition bills, pricey textbooks and other campus-related expenses. Buffalo architecture rises to top of national list By Chris Jamele & Amanda Snyder • Mar 5, 2017 WBFO File Photo / WBFO News Nicknamed the birthplace of "American" architecture, Buffalo's buildings have generated great interest in travel enthusiasts. Crisis services training provided to some Buffalo police officers By Amanda Snyder • Feb 27, 2017 A second round of training began Monday aimed at helping Buffalo police officers respond more effectively to people who are grappling with mental health crises. Online singing test gauges accuracy of pitch By Brian Meyer & Amanda Snyder • Feb 13, 2017 Peter Pfordresher/University at Buffalo If you watched the Grammy Awards Sunday night, perhaps it inspired fantasies that one day you might march on stage and accept an award for your singing. Or maybe not. Trail project aims to expand tourism, recreation opportunities By Amanda Snyder • Jan 15, 2017 New York State Imagine a sprawling network of hiking and biking trails that connect some of New York’s most historic and scenic sites in a unified 750-mile route. Reddy Bikeshare proclaims success in first season By Amanda Snyder • Jan 9, 2017 Reddy bikeshare What happens when 200 bicycles are strategically placed at 35 stations throughout Buffalo for people to share?