Marian Hetherly

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In a case with wide-ranging impact, a New York City judge on Wednesday ruled information collected by portable cellphone tracking systems commonly known as Stingrays may remain confidential.

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Thousands of New York State students had a tough time taking state-issued English Language Arts tests on Wednesday.

Buffalo Sabres

Local partners officially broke ground Wednesday on the construction of a ball hockey rink and youth football field on Buffalo's East Side.

Ritchie Incognito

It appears Buffalo Bills Left Guard Ritchie Incognito is contemplating retirement from football -- and he has made the announcement on Twitter.

NOCO Energy Corp. is mourning the death of its former Chairman.

Preservation Ready Sites, Buffalo

A New York preservation group says Jamestown's Arcade District is among the organization's list of seven historic places in the state that are endangered.

Longtime Hillside CEO is retiring

Apr 9, 2018
Hillside Family of Agencies

The Hillside Family of Agencies has announced the retirement of their longtime President and CEO. Dennis Richardson, who has been at the agency for 24 years, will step down at the end of June.

NITTEC

The State of New York has announced a $66.4 million plan to repair and upgrade a stretch of the Thruway in Erie County.

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Buffalo Sabres fans know him most for his hockey broadcasts, but play-by-play icon Rick Jeanneret will be honored by another sport this summer.

Erin Kelly

Buffalo Bills Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly is expected to be hospitalized for two weeks as he recovers from another cancer surgery.

The Chautauqua County Department of Health and Human Services is requiring all Dunkirk water customers to boil their water before using and conserve water as much as possible.

Alfred Angelo

Calling all brides-to-be. Alfred Angelo is liquidating the last of its bridal gowns.

St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Church

A Dunkirk priest has been placed on administrative leave after a complaint of abuse.

Watts Architecture and Engineering, PC

The state has awarded another $4 million to the Buffalo Northland Corridor redevelopment project.

New York State Office of People With Developmental Disabilities

A significant change is coming to the way New Yorkers with intellectual and developmental disabilities receive services. The next few months will be critical.

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Millions around the country are making their voices heard Saturday. They are taking part in the national March For Our Lives against gun violence. In Western New York, the call was for action, after so many prayers.

An Elma woman has been charged for crashing her vehicle into a Grand Island home.

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While many were wearing green during Sunday's St. Patrick Day parade, 26 patrol officers from Buffalo's B District were wearing body cameras for the first time, with mixed results according to the department.

Walden Galleria

Add another name to the list of bankrupt retail chains.

Prior Aviation File Photo

Emergency crews are at work early Friday morning at Prior Aviation.

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There has been a sudden change at the top of the Buffalo Municipal Housing Authority.

A Erie County Sheriff's deputy has been indicted for assaulting a woman inside his South Buffalo home.

Veronica Volk / Great Lakes Today

Regulators are pushing a record amount of water out of Lake Ontario to avoid a repeat of last year's flooding.

Amherst Police

A Cheektowaga man has been found guilty of robbing the KeyBank on Main Street in Amherst.

Dave Kaz / Buffalo Fire Rescue 1

An Amherst man has pleaded guilty to starting the fire that damaged an Allentown apartment building.

Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority

As the nation marks Sunshine Week, the Buffalo Niagara Coalition for Open Government is releasing its report card on the websites of local governments - and the grades are not good.

Lockport City School District

A 13-year-old has been charged with falsely reporting an incident, in connection with a threat against North Park Junior High School last week.

Wyoming County Sheriff

The Wyoming County Sheriff has released more details about the investigation into the suspected murder of a Perry man by Councilman Joseph Mlyniec, 60. Mlyniec is charged with murder in the second degree in the fatal shooting of Robert Irvine III, 32.

U.S. Attorney's Office

A federal grand jury has returned a 14-count indictment against a Jamestown man for child pornography and trafficking.

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Active shooter training will be provided at Buffalo community centers, ice rinks and pools under a resolution passed by the Common Council.

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