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A majority of Erie County voters do support building a new stadium for the Buffalo Bills, but it is a slim majority.
Icy roads caused problems for area drivers this weekend.
A former Buffalo resident has been connected to the shootings of four females in Queens, New York.
Just months after gaining a new mission flying the MQ-9 “Reaper,” the 107th Airlift Wing is welcoming a new commander.
Gasoline prices in Western New York are typically higher than other regions, and a report released by the US Energy Information Administration offers at least one explanation as to why.
Four locations have risen to the top of the list for a new Buffalo Bills stadium, according to a study commissioned by New York State.
A Southern Tier man has been found deceased after a missing persons report was issued.
A Clarence family has filed a civil lawsuit after video evidence revealed abuse by a bus driver against their disabled daughter.
The jury in the Jeffrey Basil trial will have new charges to consider in the case.
A Batavia woman has been charged in the 2014 death of an infant, a case that also sent her son to jail.
A New York State Missing Vulnerable Adult Alert has been issued for a Niagara Falls resident.
The Buffalo Bills have interviewed a dozen candidates for their head coaching position and now appear to have settled on Rex Ryan
The plight of Buffalo's public schools has become the subject of a New York Times editorial.
A man has been convicted in a Rochester cold case that went unsolved for 13 years.
The National Weather Service has indicated that a band of moderate to heavy lake effect snow is shifting northward into the Metro Buffalo area.
New York Senator Tim Kennedy has made an about-face regarding unemployment reimbursements following the November storm.
A figure long familiar to sports fans across the country has passed away.
The search for the next head coach for the Buffalo Bills is getting underway in earnest.
Police in the Town of Tonawanda are seeking the public's help in solving an early morning armed robbery.
A number of locations in Western New York are sporting signs advertising gasoline prices lower than $2 per gallon.
Buffalo Police have beefed up patrols after the city recorded nearly a dozen shootings over the past two weeks.
Development mogul Frank L. Ciminelli has passed away at the age of 80, after a lengthy battle with ALS.
The spread of influenza across the state has prompted a Western New York hospital to take precautions.
An overnight rollover accident has caused serious injuries to one individual.
The Guitar Drop on New Year's Eve at the Niagara Falls Hard Rock Cafe will go on as planned this year.
Bank settlements will be contributing to a $5 billion windfall that New York State will be able to spread over its annual budgets beginning in 2015.
New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman is continuing an investigation into price gouging following the November storm.
A Friday night shooting that occurred on Grant Street near the Buffalo State College campus has taken a life.
The Niagara Falls City Council will decide on Monday whether or not body cameras will be purchased for the city's police force.
The Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority has voted to begin transferring a Fuhrman Boulevard property over to the Erie Canal Harbor Development Corporation.