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The path to promotion for four Niagara Falls Police officers appears to have been cleared.
Questions have been raised about the hiring of Robb Poloncarz by the Erie County Board of Elections.
Gun enthusiasts who oppose New York's new gun law are planning to appeal a ruling in federal court this week.
Buffalo Schools Superintendent Pamela Brown has received a buyout offer to leave her job.
The year's end brings an anticipated new look for 2014. Among the rumored moves are possible new directions for Mayor Byron Brown and Congressman Brian Higgins.
Buffalo fire officials are investigating a blaze that significantly damaged a North Buffalo home early this morning.
Record rainfall on Saturday and an accumulation of ice caused significant difficulties for Western New Yorkers Sunday morning.
The Niagara County Jail is facing a pair of lawsuits connected with the deaths of two inmates last year.
A major financial firm is questioning the benefits of a clean energy initiative in Buffalo.
The Grand Island Fire Company rescued a man after an ATV accident Saturday afternoon.
An early morning house fire has taken the lives of two in the Southern Tier.
State Assemblywoman Crystal Peoples-Stokes has introduced legislation that would legalize marijuana use in New York State.
A settlement has been reached with National Fuel that will bring refunds to customers and additional green jobs to Western New York.
Police appear to have cracked the case of a series of summer burglaries in Niagara and Orleans Counties.
Rules established by the Canadian Border Agency make shopping at American stores very appealing.
A Friday morning blaze caused extensive damage to a restaurant housed in an historic Fort Erie building.
A two car crash in Batavia on Friday morning has injured 7 people.
Overcrowding is becoming a serious problem at the SPCA of Niagara, and a pleas are being issued to potential pet owners.
Byron Brown will soon begin his third term as Buffalo's mayor and questions are already being asked about whether he will seek a fourth term or if a new face will grace City Hall.
The National Weather Service has lifted the weather warnings for most of Western New York.
Police in Batavia are searching for a man who is suspected in a series of robberies in that city.
The American Automobile Association is projecting that just over 43 million Americans will be traveling over the Thanksgiving holiday, a drop of nearly a million travelers from last year.
Winter weather could be making its first significant appearance across Western New York this weekend.
A new and violent trend is making its appearance in Western New York.
Assertions by state lawmakers to go without pay during the 16 day partial government shutdown in October appear to have been empty promises.
A student who was reported missing from Alfred State College earlier this week has been found dead.
Strong and potentially damaging winds will be blowing through Western New York tonight and into Monday.
The future of the former site of Millard Fillmore Gates Circle Hospital could be learned on Monday.
Authorities are reporting that a Buffalo Police officer was injured while investigating suspicious activity on Saturday night.
Tax relief for the proposed Delaware North headquarters along Delaware Avenue are likely to be approved.