West Seneca police arrested 25 year-old Ryan Domkowski early Saturday morning.
Warm and humid weather with few scattered showers and thunderstorms will continue through the holiday weekend.
While the heat and humidity are a welcome sign of summer to some, the timing couldn’t be worse for those running in the Buffalo Marathon thi…
According to the Mayor’s office, bylaws prevent Mascia from running for re-election.
Parades and other events will be happening throughout western New York this weekend in honor of Memorial Day.
Thomas Kennedy, who raped and killed a 9-year-old girl, has been granted parole from Clinton Correctional.
8 children and 3 adults in Paris were struck by lightning Saturday after a sudden spring storm sent bolts crashing down upon a children’s bi…
The “Toy Scout” is spending Memorial Day Weekend in Western New York. People from the area are selling him their beloved vintage toys from t…
WEST SENECA, N.Y. (WIVB) — Memorial day is a time to honor and remember the men and women who died for our country. Students at Winchester E…
Crews had to clean up debris that washes in from lake.
In separate vehicles, a boyfriend and girlfriend both were picked up by police on the same night.
Records show this person has a long criminal history, despite her looks.
Airline seating and pricing policies are making it increasingly difficult for families to sit together without paying larger seat premium fe…
The Federal Trade Commission has settled a case it made against the company that makes Viatek brand Mosquito Shield Bands for making decepti…
Police said little, but advised all families to lock up their guns.
Police say the teen forced his way into the home and brandished a knife before fleeing with money and video games.
Police believe Joseph Elston, 26, is armed and dangerous, but aren’t sure where he is hiding.
Building auctioned to cover back user fees, costs former owner $92,000 to get it back
The male pilot, the only person aboard, suffered minor injuries.
Crusaders finish with a 6-5 win in game two.
Park patrons turn to social media to trash litterbugs