If a case goes through the entire legal process, it goes before a jury. In a previously aired edition of You and the Law, WBFO's Mike Desmond talks with attorney John Licata about picking a jury in a civil case.
There are a lot of people around the world who are Americans for tax purposes and many may not know that. On this week's edition of You and the Law, attorney Randall Andreozzi says there are heavy penalties for those who try to "game" the system.
The Common Core has been one of the educational and political struggles of the year, with the fights over its standards and the tests used to study how well students are doing with its material. Not all schools use the Common Core, among them Park School in Amherst, N.Y.
When Republicans were the minority party in the Erie County Legislature, their top staffer had a county-issued cell phone. That issue is at the center of a growing controversy inside county government.
Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown says he is cutting taxes, raising spending, and pushing residential construction in the city in the 2014-2015 budget he unveiled Thursday. The mayor says the city is on a roll and he wants to continue that.
A Buffalo man died in a three-alarm fire at a Delaware Avenue apartment building Wednesday night. Buffalo Firefighters rescued the victim from his burning apartment, but he died a short time later at ECMC.
Every summer, work re-starts on cleaning up the Great Lakes, undoing decades and centuries of environmental degradation. The Province of Ontario and Canada are working together on cleaning up their side of the lakes.