There has been a change to Buffalo's landscape along Elmwood Avenue in front of the Albright-Knox Art Gallery. The museum's set to close in less than two months for a major expansion project. And as WBFO's Chris Caya reports, the prep work includes moving a highly visible artwork.
Downtown Buffalo's growing tech hub has landed a new tenant. M&T Bank recently announced plans to create 1,000 new technology jobs at Seneca One, the region's tallest building. Now, 43North is following the bank's lead.
UNYTS now has a new name. The local organ, eye, tissue and blood donor network is now known as ConnectLife. CEO Mark Simon says people knew the name UNYTS, but didn't understand all of the services the organization provides.
The first ever Flutterby Festival is being held in Buffalo's Elmwood Village on Saturday. Organizers say the event will transform two miles of Elmwood Avenue into what they're calling an "eco-corridor."
Buffalo-based ACV Auctions continues growing four years after winning $1 million in the 43North business plan competition. The company is adding a new tool to its popular app that could spur further growth.
The U.S. flag was first planted on the Moon 50 years ago Saturday, July 20. And as WBFO's Chris Caya reports - the crew of Apollo 11 went out of their way to thank all of the American workers who made their historic journey possible.
WBFO's Chris Caya reports on the tribute the crew of Apollo 11 made to workers.
Inventions made within view of the Niagara Falls Airport not only helped the Apollo 11 astronauts land on the moon 50 years ago - but they also played a vital role in bringing the astronauts home. WBFO's Chris Caya has more on what some call the region's most important contributions to the Apollo program.
The 50th Anniversary of the first Moon landing is coming up Saturday, July 20. WBFO's Chris Caya is taking a look at some of the local companies that played critical roles in the success of the Apollo program.
Saturday, July 20, marks the 50th Anniversary of the first Moon landing. All this week, WBFO is taking a look at some of the local companies that played critical roles in the success of the Apollo program.
With little progress being made, in Washington D.C., on how to pay for fixing the nation's crumbling infrastructure - the U.S. Chamber of Commerce - which bills itself as the world's largest business organization - is traveling the nation pushing a solution. WBFO's Chris Caya has an overview with the Chamber's Vice President of Transportation and Infrastructure Ed Mortimer.