Cars driving away from a gas station at William and Fillmore in Buffalo broke down a short time later. It turns out, they had put watered-down gas into their tanks.
Some local drivers are frustrated with General Motors, saying they’re not getting enough answers about a massive recall.
Customers of a Buffalo gas station say they filled up with diluted gas. Not only do these customers say they didn’t get what they paid for, the damage done to their cars is going to cost them with expensive repairs.
Call 4 Action has learned, back in December, the man using the name “Billy Pannell” is accused of taking money from a florist shop in Niagara County, without delivering the goods.
It appears a man working at a West Seneca flower shop has left dozens of brides-to-be in the lurch after taking their money and not delivering on his promises – and it doesn’t appear to be the first time.
The co-owner of The Plaid Petunia is promising to return the money brides gave the floral shop before it abruptly shut its doors.
Communities that supply their own electricity are in a bind. Though their rates are usually super low, when rates for their statewide supplier spiked, they were forced to pass that increase on to their customers, many of whom are nearly passing out at the sight of their monthly bill.
Metro rail commuters are again down to one escalator at University Station now that the #2 escalator is out of service for major reconstruction.
A rail safety deal struck between federal regulators and the freight rail industry aims to lessen the risk of derailments, but Senator Charles Schumer says it does not go far enough because it doesn’t address DOT-111 tank cars.
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When Buffalo collections officials hold their foreclosure sale each year and auction off hundreds of delinquent properties, as much as half of the inventory involves unpaid garbage user fees. Now city lawmakers are trying to change that.
Special Report // It was with great publicity in October 2013 that Mayor Byron Brown announced with Police Commissioner Daniel Derenda a website intended to shame people out of paying for prostitutes.