North Tonawanda

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The investigation continues into an overnight shooting that killed two men in North Tonawanda early this morning.

A City of Tonawanda man has been arraigned in connection with a string of arsons Monday night in the cities of Tonawanda and North Tonawanda.

North Tonawanda Mayor Robert Ortt announced Tuesday he will run for the State Senate seat being vacated by longtime Republican senator George Maziarz. Maziarz announced Monday he will not seek re-election in the 62nd District.

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A North Tonawanda Street has been the scene of a series of fires this weekend.

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Tonawanda Police are in search of a suspect in connection with an evening robbery on Saturday.

Police in North Tonawanda are searching for a potentially dangerous man.

Ryan Carr is 25-years-old, is of average height and weight with short, brown hair and blue eyes. He is considered to be dangerous and is wanted on a number of outstanding warrants connected with domestic violence. A reward is being offered for information leading to his arrest.

Tips may be phoned to 867 - 6161. Anyone who sees Carr is urged to call 911.

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An arrest has been made in the murder of a North Tonawanda woman.

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Police in North Tonawanda are searching for a man they believe could be connected to the death of a woman earlier this week.

The woman found in the Lincoln Avenue residence has not been officially identified, but her death has been ruled a homicide. Police are searching for Brian Lowry, who they describe as an acquaintance of the woman. No further information about the connection of Lowry to the case has been divulged.

Anyone with knowledge of Lowry's whereabouts are asked to call North Tonawanda Police at 692-4111.

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A City of Tonawanda man has pleaded not guilty to charges stemming from an injury accident in June.

After leaving a North Tonawanda tavern, Anthony Regalla struck a number of objects with his car, including two pedestrians, before ending his ride in the canal. Both pedestrians suffered significant injuries. One remains in danger of losing a foot.

Regalla, who has four previous DWI charges, faces 22 counts in this indictment.

He professed confidence that he will beat the case.