About 800 patients are waiting for kidneys in Western New York but only about 50 become available from deceased donors. New federal rules se…
Security video shows how staffers were injured by a psychiatric patient
The rate of crashes among adults 65 and older has decreased in recent years.
Rural Metro regional director Jay Smith says he’s disappointed in the response time.
Ask any parent, and they’ll quickly tell you. Lead is a major concern.
The Amp has hosted Presidents, first ladies and legends. Every summer, it comes alive again.
Buffalo FBI special agent in charge Adam Cohen says he’s seen big changes in the way suspected terrorists communicate using social media and…
Drones have revived the debate over privacy and protection — rights and regulations, but like them or not, the drone days are here.
U.S. District Court Judge Kimba M. Wood directed prosecutors to respond by Tuesday.
Safe toy advocates are pushing for a state law to expand chemical testing and include other children’s items like school supplies, furniture…
Overall crime in Buffalo was down 25 percent in 2014 when compared to 2005. Violent crime in 2014 was down 19 percent when compared to the s…
Cyber criminals are ready with fake web sites and emails
Nearly 90,000 speeding tickets issued to motorists in WNY in 2014