Thomas O'Neil-White

Reporter

Born in Louisville, Kentucky, Thomas moved to Western New York at the age of 14. A graduate of Buffalo State College, he majored in Communications Studies and was part of the sports staff for WBNY. When not following his beloved University of Kentucky Wildcats and Boston Red Sox, Thomas enjoys coaching youth basketball, reading Tolkien novels and seeing live music.

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Hornblower Niagara Cruises

The unseasonably mild winter has paved the way for what cruise operators are calling the earliest-ever launch of boat excursions at Niagara Falls.

Thomas O'Neil-White

Having your house foreclosed on can be a nightmarish ordeal, yet one woman is sharing her plight with the public.

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Symbols of hope are an important part of the fight against cancer, and now one is part of the downtown Buffalo waterfront.

Charley Fisher

Organizers are hoping a unique event will thrust a spotlight on the need for racial equality.

Harter Secrest & Emery

Tax season can turn into scam season by simply replying to a basic email request.

An idea that was hatched years ago by NPR to highlight independent musicians from around the country has inspired a promoter to stage an event in downtown Buffalo.

As the national debate continues over strategies for curbing gun violence, a local panel will explore the issue from several perspectives.

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Canalside hosted an event Friday that mixed winter fun with an effort to promote diversity and inclusion.

WBFO file photo

You might say that late local music legend Lance Diamond is getting his own "way" on Elmwood Avenue.

Jamestown Community College

The message to high school students: there’s a bright future in manufacturing.

New York State Senate

Efforts to improve services for veterans and ensure the future of military bases in upstate New York were key topics Wednesday as the chairman of the State Senate's Committee on Veterans, Homeland Security and Military Affairs toured the region.

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