The girls took the stage at First Niagara Center Tuesday night and joined News 4’s Brittni Smallwood on Wake Up! Wednesday.
The departing message from the event was, “Remember yesterday, live for today and trust each other tomorrow.”
Members of CWA Local 1133 employed at Mercy Hospital announced they have voted in favor of the ability to call a strike.
John Assimotos lost his father several years ago, and more recently lost his mother. They were both in nursing homes when they died, but the…
State Assemblywoman Jane Corwin (R, I, C – Clarence) announced Tuesday that she will not seek reelection for a 5th consecutive term.
Calling it a “substantial, credible threat” to police, authorities in Louisiana have arrested three suspects accused of stealing at least ei…
The Kensington Expressway, Route 33, was constructed decades ago and some say the divide it created lasts today
KeyCorp officials commit to new opportunities for underserved
A congressional hearing happening is looking to answer the question whether businesses have the right to refuse to serve same-sex couples.
Starting Thursday, a strip of Hertel Avenue will be transformed into a 4-day celebration of Italian food, music and culture.
The American Medical Association has a new policy on LED lighting: Cool it and dim it.
Sabres now look ahead to training camp in the fall
Ramp traffic reduced to one lane, traffic was backed up for 4+ miles Tuesday morning.
News 4 is covering the Republican and Democratic national conventions.
Youth groups from around the country made a stop in the Queen City this week to fix-up rundown homes on the east side.
Following a Buffalo Police investigation, Ernesto Rodriguez Abreu, 54, pleaded guilty to first-degree charges of course of sexual conduct an…
Man who walked away from a health care facility in Williamsville has been found safe.