It appears the flap over how the Peace Bridge is run is not over yet. As WBFO's Chris Caya reports, a bill proposed to dissolve the Buffalo and Ft. Erie Public Bridge Authority is still alive in Albany.
The millions of people who get their fresh water from the Great Lakes might be surprised to learn the region is home to a widespread nuclear industry. As WBFO's Chris Caya reports, a new threat to the Lakes is potentially brewing.
Governor Andrew Cuomo plans to spend some of the 'Buffalo Billion' to remove a one-mile stretch of the Robert Moses Parkway in downtown Niagara Falls. The project will fully restore access to areas along the Niagara River.
Local veterans can now access a host of services in one location. A ribbon cutting was held Monday for the Veterans One-Stop Center of Western New York. The new center is located on Main near Bryant Street in Buffalo
The Buffalo School District plans to scrap its memorandum of understanding on teacher evaluations. In a written statement, Superintendent Dr. Pamela Brown says the State Education Department determined the MOU between the district and the Buffalo Teachers Federation is void.
New York taxpayers have spent millions of dollars over the past dozen or so years on pensions for corrupt politicians no longer in office. A local member of the state delegation is now trying to change the law.
The Ontario government wants to beef up security on passenger trains following the arrests of two men accused of planning a terror attack. The train that was allegedly targeted runs through western New York.
A new outdoor ice-skating venue should be open in downtown Buffalo by late fall. Lt. Governor Robert Duffy and state and local officials helped launch the 'East Canal' project at Canalside Thursday morning.
The search for a bombing suspect in Boston shows the important role video surveillance plays in law enforcement. With the outdoor event season just around the corner, the City of Buffalo is planning how to handle security for large public gatherings this summer.
The City of Buffalo is conducting its first 'Clean Sweep' of 2013. More than 100 people from 25 various government and non-profit agencies are taking part in a neighborhood cleanup off East Ferry Street near Masten Avenue.