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.
Buffalo police rolled out new black and white Chevrolet Tahoe police vehicles Tuesday. The 12 cars that hit the streets are the first of 49 new police vehicles.
There is no doubt that the local racetracks and racinos are contributing cash to the local economy.
An Orleans County man is charged with animal cruelty after being accused of leaving puppies in a a hot car while shopping at an area mall.
The city will soon decide whether it will enter into a new contract with the emergency medical provider, or choose a different company.
Letchworth State Park has chosen Earth Day to announce plans to build a year-round nature center featuring state-of-the-art space for programming and technology.
Equipment from a Buffalo Theatre District restaurant is set to go under the auction hammer this Thursday.