Over 200,000 students – one in five – opted out of New York’s Common Core tests.
The phone calls reportedly violated a federal Communications Act, meriting the $2.96 million fine.
Officials said Thursday that anyone not ready to walk a significant distance should consider staying home.
NYSCOPBA, the union representing New York’s corrections officers, is calling reports of the allegations one-sided.
Huge explosions sent up massive fireballs that turned the night sky into day in the Chinese port city of Tianjin.
Two drivers have pleaded guilty to charges after an accident earlier this year left one of the driver’s passengers dead.
A story that we first brought you on News 4 Wednesday night has a lot of people talking now.
Grillmaster will serve brats to raise funds for Food Bank of WNY
Dr. Kriner Cash is the sixth candidate interviewed by the district for the superintendent job.
Family tried to enroll daughter, who has Down Syndrome, in a local dance class. However, the studio owner told them “No”.
Erie County Clerk Chris Jacobs is pushing for bars to close at 2 a.m. instead of 4 a.m.
The signing of the bill comes after an unanimous vote in the Erie County Legislature to put the bill on to County Executive Mark Poloncarz.
The decision to shutter the plant will put nearly 50 people out of a job.
The body had been in the water for quite some time, police say.
Local law enforcement and Erie County Fair Security officials will keep a close eye on fair-goers.
More than 30 cases of Legionnaire’s disease have been reported in Erie County this year.
ESPN went so far as to dub Grassman the “coolest long snapper we’ve ever seen.”