Authorities revisiting missing child cold case

May 14, 2015
Niagara County Sheriff

Authorities are once again trying to solve the case of a 2-year-old boy who went missing from his Niagara County home more than 30 years ago.

Federal experts host data security seminar

Apr 29, 2015
Michael Mroziak, WBFO

Local business owners and leaders learned more Wednesday about threats against data security, and how they can protect their own interests as well as those of their customers.

Authorities search area along 219 in Orchard Park

Sep 19, 2014
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Authorities are conducting a search along a section of Route 219-in Orchard Park.  WBFO'S Eileen Buckley says the search began earlier today, but police remain tight lipped about this investigation.

WBFO News photo by Eileen Buckley

A 30-year-old tow truck manager has admitted to taking part in a 'pay to play' scheme of bribing Buffalo Police officers.

Mike Desmond/wbfo news

The FBI is now involved in one of the long-running disputes in the Buffalo school district, the tangled case of a parent accused of forging her own signature.

Mike Desmond/WBFO News

The new director of the FBI says cybercrime is the issue of the day, in the wake of tens of millions of people having their financial information stolen while making credit card purchases.

Niagara Supervisor reportedly facing charges

Oct 3, 2013

An 18-month investigation has reportedly resulted in a multiple-count indictment against the Supervisor of the Town of Niagara.

WBFO File Photo / WBFO News

The FBI has released its annual crime report, and Buffalo is near the top ten in violent crime.

Buffalo Police Department

Law enforcement officials say a suspected longtime drug dealer is now out of business.

WBFO News photo by Omar Fetouh

Local law enforcement agencies are making progress in dismantling a notorious East Side gang suspected in numerous violent crimes. 

Authorities say the "Bailey Boys", which operated in the neighborhood bordered by Main Street, Eggert Road, Winspear Avenue, and the Kensington Expressway, have been in operation since 2004. 

Assistant U.S. Attorney Anthony Bruce says the crimes they are accused of include murder, attempted murder, robbery, and narcotics trafficking.

"They owned their territory because no one would challenge them," Bruce told reporters.

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An ongoing investigation into possible bribes paid by tow truck operators to Buffalo Police officers has gained greater gravity after a death last week.

Tow Truck driver Corddaryl Henley was shot in what is believed to have been a conflict over a towing job. The News reports that a select few tow operators seem to have a preference with police, and Henley was breaching that system.

The FBI is joining the probe.

The city is reviewing its ordinances for towing services.