Developing News // There are two separate rubbish fires along rail tracks Thursday afternoon in Buffalo.
A judge told Cody Testerman he deserved 25 years for killing his half brother Jesse Seneca. Testerman apologized at his sentencing Thursday. He told them he knows he is viewed as a monster.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is encouraging job seekers to check out the Jobs Express website, where there are thousands of job openings listed.
State police have charged an 81-year-old man with choking his wife after becoming “fed up” that she was wandering through a Wal-Mart store.
National Grid will pay upstate New Yorkers to recycle their old refrigerators and freezers. The program will pay customers up to $100 for recycled units. Customers can recycle up to two units, at $50 each.
A demolition company now admits it violated the Clean Air Act when it tore down the former Dahlstrom industrial complex on Buffalo Street in Jamestown.
A 45-year-old man has been arrested on charges he ordered “bath salts” online from a company in China and had them delivered to his local post office.
Orchard Park police are looking to identify three men that may be related to a string of larcenies from a local sporting goods store. There have been several youth baseball bats taken from the store.
Erie County Sheriff Timothy Howard is looking for the public’s help in identifying who may be responsible for setting three fires in the area of Broadway and Two Rod Road in the Town of Alden.
Longtime New York political powerhouse Basil Paterson has died. His family says Paterson died at 10 p.m. Thursday at Mount Sinai Hospital, 11 days short of his 88th birthday.
An Attica inmate was sentenced Wednesday to six to 12 years in prison for attacking two Attica Correctional Facility guards last August.
An Albany-based pharmaceutical company that’s part of a $250 million economic development project in Buffalo is shutting down its Syracuse-area research center, eliminating 45 jobs.