Blue lights are rarely a ‘hot ticket’ item at the Home Depot on Elmwood Avenue; but this week it’s been a different story.
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State Supreme Court Judge John Michalski sentenced Sebastian Lavertu after he pleaded guilty to leaving the scene back in September.
Jessica O’Connor was killed Friday night in a head-on collision. The driver of the other car was heading in the wrong direction.
The incident occurred at The Maize Sunday afternoon. Six kids and two adults suffered minor injuries.
An effort to cut back on food waste led Niagara University to an even bigger undertaking; feeding the hungry.
Latest case resolved Friday after Buffalo man admitted to leaving the scene back in March on Grant and Garner.
Elijah Turley is facing a slew of charges after Amherst police say he drove a pick-up truck into three homes on Kenmore Avenue Sept. 29.
“We were there maybe 10 minutes and we noticed a heavy police presence travelling at very high speeds down Las Vegas Boulevard.”
For UB students, the return of what they all call the ‘drunk bus’ means a safe, free ride home from parties.
LOCKPORT, N.Y. (WIVB)- 22-year-old Jarrett Hoyt needed to express to his mother, Karen, how grateful he was for her; he also needed to tell …
Police in the Town of Tonawanda are investigating how more than $22,000 went missing from the PTA fund at Charles Lindbergh Elementary.
The State Emergency Medical Services Council (SEMSCO) voted 22-2 in favor of upholding a county-wide Certificate of Need for Mercy EMS.
6-month-old pup was found badly injured on a beach in New Jersey.