The victims in the shooting that occurred in Wheatfield on Friday have been identified.
Last week, the world recognized the 70th anniversary of the liberation of survivors of the Nazi concentration camps.
The Just Buffalo Literary Center has announced its lineup of authors for the coming Babel season.
The season is over for the Buffalo Sabres, but local hockey fans were glued to the television screen again this weekend.
New York State Assemblyman Ray Walter will be throwing his hat in the ring for the County Executive's race today.
America's veterans are thought to have among the best healthcare coverage available.
Chautauqua County Police report that they have identified and located a man who was thought to be attempting abductions of children in the Ripley area.
Yesterday's gusting winds caused a number of reports of property damage and power outages around the region.
The Buffalo Sabres have locked up last place in the NHL for the season.
Amherst Police are continuing to investigate a fire that severely injured a homeowner on Carriage Hill East.
Officials with Toronto's Sunnybrook Hospital are confirming that a recently admitted patient has tested negative for the Ebola virus.
An Olean resident was taken to a New Jersey hospital yesterday after a most bizarre incident.
A federal judge has ordered Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and the company to turn over documents and electronic correspondence that have been requested by Paul Ceglia's lawyer.
Buffalo Police are hoping that the public can assist in the search for a missing mother and her child.
Genesee County Sheriff's Deputies have arrested 3 people on felony charges in connection with stolen credit cards.
New York Senator Charles Schumer will be speaking in Manhattan today against gender-based wage discrimination.
An early morning accident on Saturday has taken the life of a local soldier.
A report from the New York Comptroller's office shows approval for nearly $9 billion in payments made in the month of February.
A family in Sardinia, New York is being assisted by the Red Cross after a house fire early this morning.
Earlier this month 85 business leaders from across New York State put their collective support behind Governor Cuomo's effort to raise the minimum wage.
A competition has been going on in Buffalo all weekend, ending tonight, for the development of a video game.
One man is dead and an Orleans County Sheriff’s Deputy is recovering from injuries after a shootout in the early hours this morning.
The Chautauqua County Emergency Management Office has issued an evacuation warning to residents around Silver Creek.
Western New Yorkers will have the opportunity to enjoy two St. Patty's Day parades this weekend.
An overnight fire at a Transit Road business has caused heavy damage.
A deadly shooting took place early this morning in Niagara Falls.
Erie County Sheriff's deputies arrested two adults Friday afternoon after a pair of toddlers were spotted in a locked vehicle with no heat.
A program is underway this morning to teach young female drivers the safe way to take to the roads and how to handle emergencies that might arise while driving.
An extension has been granted for applications to the HEAP program.
The dawning of March brings with it thoughts of spring.