A record number of over 1,600 athletes are set to compete starting Friday in the Adirondack Mountain region.
Snowy, slick roadways created a tough morning commute in western New York Friday.
Here’s a look at what’s happening this first weekend of February in Western New York.
Thousands of travelers have caught a virus spread by mosquitoes that has recently taken hold in the region.
The 2015 Buffalo Auto Show is this weekend at the Buffalo Niagara Convention Center.
People around the nation are raising awareness by acknowledging National Wear Red Day.
Firefighters say when the fire hydrants freeze, they can’t get the caps off to access water.
Writers can submit entries by posting a haiku about the popular burrito restaurant to the chain’s Facebook page, or tweeting it to them.
The Sabres, fresh off a 14-game losing streak, ran into a St. Louis team tonight that’s now on a 13-game unbeaten stretch. The Blues stayed …
When it’s cold, it can get dangerous if you’re out in the elements too long. Unfortunately, some people can’t avoid being outside.
A body was found near the door of a home on Potter Road, in Machias, according to New York State Police.
In October, Tier NY, LLC, admitted to releasing an unknown amount of hydrochloric acid gas that traveled to a nearby business.
Homeland Security funding will lapse Feb. 27 without action.
A judge sentenced 32-year-old Adam Puleo to seven years behind bars for burglary.
A diminished RadioShack will live on, but its future may lie with Sprint.
The 2015 Buffalo Auto Show will bring some big names to the Buffalo Niagara Convention Center.
Senator Kirsten Gillibrand wants to combine the separate food safety authorities into one agency.