It will be a very emotional day for current students and alumni of Holy Angels Academy today.
An effort to ensure that local drivers are using their seat belts will soon get underway.
The mayoral race in Buffalo has gotten a bit more competitive.
A recently filed lawsuit connected to Love Canal has been moved from county court to US District Court.
One of the founders of the well-known Chef's Restaurant in Buffalo has died.
Erie County has added another site to its roster of parks.
Buffalo firefighters responded to a two-alarm blaze in a downtown neighborhood this morning.
A traffic accident Friday afternoon has taken the life of a local police officer.
State Assemblyman Sean Ryan was joined by State Senator Mark Grisanti on Saturday, as the pair announced legislation that would dissolve the bi-national entity that manages the Peace Bridge.
The Buffalo Bills addressed both sides of the ball on Saturday with selections in the NFL Draft.
A pair of local politicians have proposed legislation that will dissolve the authority that oversees the Peace Bridge.
The court case in a brutal assault in the Town of Niagara has resulted in a 5 year state prison sentence.
Motorists traveling into the city Saturday from the Southtowns could face a bit of a detour.
Election Day for seats on the Buffalo Board of Education is quickly approaching. Voters will be making their choices on Tuesday May 7.
Erie County Democrats have endorsed two candidates for positions with the County's Family Court.
The manhunt that closed the city of Boston on Friday forced the postponement of the hockey game between the Bruins and the Pittsburgh Penguins until tonight.
A guilty plea has been entered in the murder of a North Tonawanda woman.
Two controversial provisions of New York State's SAFE Act will go into effect on Monday, April 15, 2013.
The Buffalo Sabres broke ground Saturday in the Webster block of downtown Buffalo for the construction of HARBORcenter.
A potential choking threat has forced the recall of infant clothing.
Approximately 250 potential future female athletes participated in a Western New York Girls in Sports Program on Sunday.
A lawsuit has been filed against Rich Products by a teen who was sickened by E. coli contamination.
State Assemblyman Ray Walter is urging that an investigation take place regarding the mistaken seizure of an Amherst man's guns.
The mayor of a Genesee County community could be facing an ouster.
A pair of recent purse snatchings have Elmwood Village residents on alert.
New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman toured a Rochester gun show on Saturday.
A local UPS worker has been arrested for stealing valuable packages.
Dr. James Corasanti is scheduled to be released from the county jail in Alden next week after 9 months behind bars.
Legislators in the Town of Amherst will be considering regulations governing the operation of food trucks when they convene this week.
A pair of roster moves have been made by local teams.