For many years, the Scajaquada Expressway (also known as “the 198″) has been at the center of controversy.
Deputies say a woman crashed into four mailboxes on two separate roads, causing her airbag to deploy, and was missing a front tire when they pulled her over last Thursday.
Wellsville Police arrested Raymond Higby III of Bolivar late Tuesday night on charges of first degree sexual abuse and endangering the welfare of a child.
The Buffalo-Niagara Falls area is in the midst of a lodging industry boom, with more than two dozen new hotels expected to be built in the region over the next few years.
A New York hospital is reinforcing its ban on electronic cigarettes after a patient on oxygen was burned by a fire that erupted while she was puffing on one of the devices.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry is challenging his New York counterpart, Gov. Andrew Cuomo, to a debate over economic policy as he ventures onto Cuomo’s turf.
Solar Frontier, a Japanese firm, is exploring the possibility of setting up shop in this part of the state while rooting its headquarters in the Albany area at the SUNY College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering.
News 4 has been honored with three 2014 Regional Edward R. Murrow Awards by the Radio Television Digital News Association.
New York State Police were patrolling in the Town of Batavia when they report spotting a vehicle weaving in the road, crossing the center line and white hazard lines multiple times.
The Buffalo Bills have settled a class-action lawsuit after accusations they sent too many text message alerts to fans who were part of their text messaging service.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo is maintaining a double-digit lead over his Republican challenger, but he could be vulnerable to a challenge from the left, according to a poll of New York voters released Tuesday.
New York authorities have reached an agreement with a national home goods retailer to end its policy of disqualifying job seekers who have a felony record.