Jonny Moran

Project Associate, Education
Christmas Tree Farmers Association of New York

As Western New Yorkers anxiously await the first sign of winter white, New York’s Christmas tree farmers are hoping to see a lot of green this holiday season.

Erie County Executive's Office

A report released Thursday by the Erie County Medicaid Inspector General’s Office shows a rise in Medicaid enrollment in Erie County under the Affordable Care Act.

New York State

More than 200 police officers, prosecutors and other law enforcers wrapped up a two day seminar in Saratoga Tuesday that aimed to reduce gun violence.

Many Bills fans lovingly refer to Buffalo as "a drinking town with a sports problem." A new study finds that's probably true – at least on game days.

"ReTree the District" has students and other community members coming together  Saturday to plant 140 new trees.

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WBFO recently reported on an alarming spike in violent attacks against Buffalo's homeless population. Now, one victim is speaking out.

New York State Parks

The 140-year-old Portageville Bridge in Letchworth State Park is being replaced.

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New York’s first program designed to diversify the state’s physician workforce is celebrating its 25th anniversary.

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While many Londoners will attend their first Bills game this Sunday, some will also be trying their first real Buffalo wings.

Making your way around the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus will get easier as the result of a $15 million state grant that will make the growing corridor more pedestrian-friendly.

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Buffalo's parking system is getting a major update. Mayor Byron Brown announced a plan Friday for a new "pay-by-cell" parking program that will let motorists pay for metered parking with their mobile devices.

Jonny Moran

The son of late conservative icon Jack Kemp talked about presidential politics and the state of the GOP during a visit to Buffalo Monday.

Victoria Ross

As weaponized drones become an increasingly common method of warfare, activists are speaking out against them.

Tech developers will compete to solve local civic issues on Saturday, Oct. 10 during the Western New York Civic Hackathon. For 13 hours, teams will face off to deliver the best technological solution to issues facing the region.

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A new lens means the Buffalo Lighthouse will once again illuminate Lake Erie.

An alarming spike in violence against the homeless is being reported by local advocacy groups. At least 10 assaults against homeless individuals have been carried out in the last two months, including attacks downtown and in the Elmwood Village.

New York State

As competition for gambling dollars has intensified, the state's fiscal watchdog is warning that New York's Off-Track Betting corporations could face fiscal insolvency.

WBFO

Buffalo's list of historic districts is growing.

Project Homeless Connect Buffalo held an annual event Tuesday that matched up homeless individuals with resources to help them find stability.

Local small businesses showed their support for employees who serve in the National Guard and Reserve at a Canalside event on Friday.

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A local group is empowering people to become environmental watchdogs in their own backyards. Citizen Science Community Resources is holding a free science workshop and conference Saturday, where participants can pop in anytime from 9:30 a.m. until 5 p.m.

Jonny Moran

Buffalo's waterfront saw its busiest summer in decades, and officials are already plotting strategies for accommodating an expected increase in traffic for next year.

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The Buffalo Bills’ home opener against the Colts is this Sunday and the Better Business Bureau has some advice for last-minute ticket buyers looking for seats on the secondary market.

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