A City of Tampa Park’s employee contacted his supervisor and notified him about potential illegal activity and an investigation was initiate…
Officers who interviewed her say she told police she was on her way to pick up her children before she crashed.
The 13-week course teaches defensive tactics, jail management training and training on certain weapons.
Deputies say they simply want people to watch out for motorcyclists and be aware of the road.
The animal wears a tracking collar and was famously photographed near the Hollywood sign for National Geographic.
Low cost petroleum saves at the pump, and lowers cost of road work
New York State’s Primary battle is underway.
“America Loves Veterans” doughnut available until April 30th at participating Buffalo area locations.
Thousands expected to support, protest Republican front-runner at First Niagara Center
Prof. Kevin Hardwick is making sure his students enter the voting booth for the first time knowing how the political process works.
The Bisons are hoping a new promo without peanuts will give fans with severe allergies a chance to experience the games.
Marketing firm Crowley Webb put nearly 80 employees to work by doing “random acts of kindness” around Buffalo.
Typically the lottery starts in January and runs through the end of February. It’s now mid April, and some parents are frustrated it is late…
An international photographer is taking suggestions for what to capture for an exhibit.
Empties for Empower is located at 4701 Military road and was opened by non profit organization ‘Empower.’ It offers paid job training for pe…
La Niña often means wetter winters in the Pacific Northwest and Ohio Valley and drier in the south.
Officials say smuggling mass quantities of counterfeit goods into the country is dangerous to the economy and could even threaten the health…