Marian Hetherly

Producer/Reporter/Host
Buffalo Police Department

Calling hours begin Monday for Officer Craig Lehner at Lakeside Memorial Funeral Home in Hamburg.

Bunny for Congress

Former Assistant District Attorney and veteran prosecutor Sean Bunny has announced his candidacy for Congress.

U.S. Navy

It has been a long time coming and the tentative date has moved a few times, but we now have confirmation that the new U.S.S. Little Rock will be commissioned alongside its namesake at the Buffalo & Erie County Naval & Military Park on December 16.

Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station

Another contingent of National Guard members from the Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station is preparing to depart for Puerto Rico to help the U.S. territory recover from Hurricane Maria.

Buffalo Police are investigating a report of a stranger-danger incident that occurred Wednesday morning on the city's East Side.

The Orchard Park Police Department is warning residents of a crew going door-to-door soliciting driveway paving work.

Niagara Parks Police Service

Niagara Parks Police say a 10-year-old boy was injured Sunday after failing from a railing on the Niagara Gorge.

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New York State United Teachers and its largest local affiliate, the United Federation of Teachers, are taking newly approved rules for charter school teachers to court.

Michael Mroziak / WBFO News

National Football League owners plan to meet next week to consider changes to a game manual that says players "should" stand during the national anthem. Hall of Fame running back Thurman Thomas said he hopes the owners will decide to hold a league-wide summit to help resolve the intensifying topic.

Erie County Medical Center

Therapy animals are being used more and more with children and adults dealing with stressful medical issues.

WBFO File Photo / WBFO News

Homeowners along the Lake Ontario shoreline whose property was damaged by floods this year have until Friday to apply for state-funded relief.

National Public Radio

Canisius College this week welcomed two of the national co-chairs of the Women's March on Washington, which mobilized 5 million people worldwide and became the largest coordinated peace protest in U.S. history.

Authorities have identified the driver and passenger of the motorcycle involved in Sunday's crash in Newfane.

WBFO's Chris Caya

Northtown Plaza in Amherst will be welcoming more big-name stores, as it continues to transform itself.

The Erie County Legislature meets Thursday afternoon to take an override vote on the proposed Made in America Act and take up a new measure the act's lone opponent says will be more effective and legal.

New York City Department of Transportation

The New York State Department of Transportation has installed new traffic signals at the intersection of Delaware Avenue and Kenmore Avenue on the Buffalo-Kenmore border. New traffic signals are not normally big news, but these are - as they are the only ones of their kind in Western New York.

Erie County SPCA

The Erie County SPCA is helping shelter dogs in areas hit by hurricanes.

Mason's Mission Foundation

A new $500,000 playground is now open in Pendleton - but this is not just any playground. The family who raised the money for the project say for the first time, children and parents can play together in a truly 100 percent inclusive handicapped-accessible playground.

Lynne Bader / WNED-TV

Most people have heard of PTSD. Post-traumatic stress disorder is a mental health problem that can develop after witnessing a life-threatening event.

Lesser known is PTG. While recording the oral histories of local Vietnam War veterans, a University at Buffalo researcher found that post-traumatic growth can exist at the same time as PTSD. Marian Hetherly explains as part of WNED|WBFO's "Our Vietnam Voices" series.


Niagara County Community College

A longtime State University at New York leader, who is familiar with leading colleges in trouble, has been appointed Interim President of Niagara County Community College.

WBFO News File Photo

State Supreme Court Justice Catherine Nugent-Panepinto Monday afternoon denied a temporary restraining order filed by former Buffalo School Board Park District member Carl Paladino to keep the seat vacant. The same day, the Buffalo School Board chose Paladino's replacement.

Buffalo Police are investigating a fatal crash that killed a young boy.

RealtyUSA

A Lockport real estate broker is facing up to a year in prison and a $100,000 fine for not providing a lead paint warning notice to a property buyer.

A Buffalo man has pleaded guilty to shooting the owner of Zoe Restaurant and two other crimes.

Trautman Associates

Opponents have won the latest round in a year-long battle to stop a proposed 23-story apartment complex on Buffalo's Outer Harbor.

Johnny Fiebelkorn

Akron High School is mourning the death of one of its students.

WBFO File Photo

With the primary in less than three weeks and the November general election soon after, political campaigns are heating up. The two candidates for Erie County Sheriff are making strong complaints about each other.

Erie County Fair

As the "best 12 days of summer" closed Sunday night, the Erie County Fair reported its second-highest attendance in fair history.

Hundreds of DeVry University students will be receiving restitution soon from a settlement reached the New York State Attorney General's Office.

A former Williamsville teacher has pleaded guilty to sending inappropriate texts to a 12-year-old.

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