Lovers of Mexican food may be celebrating, as Don Tequila plans to re-open its doors on May 11.
Before the sentencing, Thompson said he felt targeted for being an outspoken citizen, and that the investigation into his registration was m…
Cat lovers in New York are hoping to score a feline first by making the state the first to ban the declawing of cats — but first they must o…
He is facing a felony aggravated DWI charge due to a previous DWI conviction back in 2012, where he was more than twice the legal limit.
Many farmers markets are opening across western New York now that spring is here.
Monday’s storm has passed, but the damage is done along the Lake Ontario shoreline. That storm took a toll on a historic site in Niagara Cou…
Families who have never camped can register for a fully-stocked campsite, camping lesson
Events planned to celebrate railroad’s birthday
Funding will cover new sidewalks in Buffalo, lanes widened near Galleria Mall, culverts replaced on state roads
An Amherst family is coping with a serious medical condition affecting three of their five kids.
Company representatives met with DEC officials, Monday in Albany, to come up with a remediation plan
Tolbert gave a press conference Tuesday declaring his intention to run for Erie County Sheriff on the Democratic line.
Buffalo Sabres player’s charges dismissed, case sealed
According to prosecutors, former youth care professional caused patient’s arm to hyper-extend
Results of Paul Blarr, Candance Cartagena cases have been affirmed
Marijuana, pills, .45 ammunition found at Buffalo residence
Shoreline flooding along Lake Ontario has prompted many calls to USACE’s Buffalo District