There is a light at the end of the tunnel for a young cancer patient from Western New York. Eleven-year-old Stella Usiak of North Tonawanda has won a national contest that will allow her to meet her idol, singer Taylor Swift.
Rep. Brian Higgins believes the region's psychology is changing as residents see the emergence of new buildings and an active waterfront. The congressman delivered that message at a talk at Medaille College Thursday night.
Thursday is the anniversary of the birth of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Local students celebrated his legacy at a tribute in downtown Buffalo’s Central Library Thursday, where they heard from some of the area’s most influential leaders.
The jury in Jeffrey Basil's murder trial heard testimony Wednesday from friends of William Sager who were at Molly's Pub on the night of his death. Basil is accused of "launching" Sager down a flight of stairs inside the now-closed Main Street bar in May.
Western New York is in the ice box as temperatures dipped below zero overnight. WBFO's Cheryl Hagen spoke with National Weather Service Meteorologist David Church about 5:30 a.m. Wednesday about our frigid weather and what to expect over the next few days.
University District Common Council member Rasheed Wyatt told a Buffalo Common Council committee he still wants a daytime curfew for young people in the city when they should be in school. During a public hearing Monday Wyatt said details still need to be worked out.
The list of witnesses called in Jeffrey Basil's murder trial Monday included off-duty Buffalo police officer Adam O'Shei, who was working security at Molly's Pub the night William Sager Jr. was fatally injured.
A heavy Lake effect snow band that pounded areas north of Buffalo overnight. Snow bands have shifted southward and will continue south through mid-morning Friday. WBFO News spoke with National Weather Service meteorologist Kirk Apffel who is monitoring the bands and snowfall rates.