The success of drug drop off programs in the City of Lockport has led to the permanent installation of a drop off box.
Rescue crews were called to aid a group of hikers in the Niagara Gorge on Saturday afternoon.
A report compiled by Univera Healthcare indicates that infection rates in Western New York hospitals remain high.
The funeral services for a Jamestown native killed in a military training accident last week have been scheduled for April first.
At least one of Buffalo's historic grain elevators could soon be coming back to life.
A not guilty plea has been entered in the case against a babysitter in the death of a toddler.
The Amherst Town Board and Industrial Development Agency have given final approval to the much criticized construction of a hotel on Main Street in Snyder.
Preparations are being made by an anti-war protestor to sue a pair of Niagara Frontier Transportation officers.
This weekend marks significant steps in the implementation of New York State's controversial SAFE Act.
Superintendent Pamela Brown announced the release of the Buffalo Public Schools progress report at a news conference on Friday.
The Irish Center in South Buffalo was the site for a protest by Buffalo Firefighters on Friday.
This year's race for City Hall could be heating up in coming days. There is also a new battle brewing inside City Hall. Those are the topics on WBFO'S Press Pass conversation with Chris Jamele and Artvoice editor Geoff Kelly.
Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver is proposing tuition assistance for illegal immigrants in New York State.
Accusations of excessive toxic emissions by Tonawanda Coke were played out in federal court on Friday.
Construction of storage facilities for the Maid of the Mist boats could be facing unexpected delays.
Demolition crews were back to work at the Bethlehem Steel administration building in Lackawanna on Friday evening.
A Chautauqua County man has been arrested, facing charges in the sexual abuse of a minor.
Highway authorities have reported numerous accidents throughout the early morning hours on Sunday.
Dunkirk Police are investigating a fatal train accident that took the life of a pedestrian early on Saturday.
As tonight's temperatures are predicted to dip into the teens, the Buffalo City Mission is issuing a "Code Blue" for tonight.
A record number of green-clad runners took part in the Shamrock Run on Saturday.
Guilty pleas have been made in a pair of robbery attempts last fall near UB's South Campus.
A fraudulent loan scheme has led to the indictment of a local man.
Fans coming into the city for the Buffalo Sabres' game this afternoon could find parking at a premium.
The demolitions of homes along Busti Avenue for the expansion of the Peace Bridge Plaza began on Saturday.
Gun buyback programs were offered in Niagara County for the first time on Saturday.
Buffalo firefighters responded to a blaze in South Buffalo Sunday morning.
A student has been suspended from a Batavia middle school for bringing a BB gun to the school.
Jamestown Police are continuing to investigate an accident that took the life of a 5-year-old girl on Friday evening.
A local political figure was arrested this weekend after attempting to contact his wife.