Wednesday night, the New York State Assembly voted to pass a bill that would require employers to purchase paid family leave insurance for their employees.
It’s been 50 years since the Buffalo food scene was turned on its head. The chicken wing debuted a half century ago.
There were panicked parents, SWAT team officers, and the search for a man with a gun. Not what you ever want to see at an elementary school.
A stretch of road is back open Thursday morning, after Buffalo Police say a driver was going too fast when she flipped on the ramp from Route 33 Westbound to Route 198.
Fifteen students from the art department and the group Students Against Destructive Decisions worked on Thursday to place a mural on the wall of the school cafeteria that includes Bea’s picture as part of the “Painkillers Kill” campaign.
Eleven days after Lockport Mayor Michael Tucker announced his registration, a new face is taking charge in the city.
Republican Rob Astorino announced his bid for governor on Wednesday, setting up a possible primary battle between the Westchester County Executive and billionaire businessman Donald Trump.
After nearly four hours of debate, New York’s Assembly passed a bill that would delay portions of the Common Core education standards.
Breaking News // News 4 is heading to Niagara Falls where a river is flowing down Niagara Falls Boulevard after a major waterline break.
The Northtowns Boys & Girls Club is issue a warning for homeowners in the Buffalo area.
Researchers at the Roswell Park Cancer Institute are beginning a study to look at the safety of electronic cigarettes.
Essay optional. No penalties for wrong answers. The SAT college entrance exam is undergoing sweeping revisions.