The Buffalo man convicted of killing one person and wounded four others in Martin Luther King Jr. Park in May 2012 has been sentenced to 22 years in prison.

U.S Customs and Border Protection

U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers arrested a U-S citizen at the Peace Bridge on Saturday, charging him with possession of an unlicensed loaded handgun and drugs.

Photo from University at Buffalo website.

A University at Buffalo student was assaulted with a knife and robbed on Lisbon Avenue near the UB South campus Thursday at 5:30 p.m.   

A Buffalo woman has been found guilty in an October 2015 double murder-arson.

A former Buffalo police lieutenant has pleaded guilty to deprivation of rights under color of law in federal court.

Niagara County Sheriff's Office

The Niagara County Sheriff says 44-year-old Christopher Wright surrendered to authorities Thursday morning without incident and has been charged with sexual abuse of a child.

Niagara County Sheriff's Office

Starpoint Central Schools in Pendleton are expected to resume normal operations Thursday - however, extra security will be in place - after a lockout went into effect Wednesday afternoon.

Matt Ryan / New York Now

Gov. Andrew Cuomo issued his first public comments since his former top aide and other former associates were indicted on corruption charges just before Thanksgiving.

WBFO News file photo

Police have released the name of the person killed in Jamestown on Thanksgiving morning.

Police have confirmed that the deadly shooting at an Albany gay bar on Thanksgiving Day was not a hate crime.

Photo from Canisius College Facebook page

The bodies of a woman and her daughter, a Canisius College freshman were found shot to death in a southwest Rochester home Friday morning.

Buffalo Billion indictments issued

Nov 23, 2016
Associated Press

A former top adviser for Governor Andrew Cuomo, three executives from LPCiminelli and three other people have been indicted in their federal corruption case.

Eain's Echo

The disturbing details of the death of 5-year-old Eain Brooks will be heard again by a jury, after an Appellate Division panel reversed the verdict of his convicted killer.

Lockport trio honored for purse snatcher takedown

Nov 18, 2016
New York State Police

Lockport college junior Daniel Bronson is being credited with taking down a purse snatcher.

Shumita Basu / WAMC News

New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman is urging local law enforcement officials to act swiftly - and willingly - on hate crimes.

WBFO News file photo

University at Buffalo Police report two women on UB's South Campus were threatened at knife point in an attempted robbery.  

NYS Police

Police have arrested a Buffalo man in the Labor Day weekend shooting and robbery of a Clarence restaurant owner.

Jamestown Police Dept

Jamestown law enforcement have captured 36-year-old Keith Robbins, suspected in the murder of his 34-year-old wife, Shari, Thursday.

A City of Tonawanda man has been found guilty in the boating death of 16-year-old Avery Gardner of Lockport.

A North Tonawanda businessman has pleaded guilty to tax evasion, while a Buffalo man has been sentenced on similar charges.

A former University of Rochester professor has paid a penalty of $100 million as part of a plea agreement with the federal government.

Erie County Sheriff's Office

An East Aurora teen is facing manslaughter, after what authorities say was an accidental shooting that left his friend dead.

An overnight shooting in Lockport leaves one man injured.

Two people are facing drug related charges after a Friday afternoon arrest in Jamestown.

SUNY Polytechnic Institute

A New York-state research institute has a new leader after its last president resigned in the wake of bid-rigging charges.

BPD warning about stranger danger downtown

Nov 4, 2016

Buffalo Police are investigating a complaint by a 14-year-old girl who was approached by a man, trying to get her into his van.

Niagara Charter School

Authorities say a Niagara Falls woman is due back in court after threatening "to blow up" Niagara Charter School in Niagara Falls.

WBFO's Marian Hetherly

Authorities say the 14-year-old boy accused of setting a massive fire at Lockport's tire recycling plant never told anyone his friend was trapped inside.

A Canadian couple is accused of importing fentanyl products from China into the United States and then mailing the powerful opioid drugs to Canada.

Two local women haves pleaded guilty in the murder-for-hire against an ex-husband and his new spouse.