Though he had hoped to return home for Easter, Jim Kelly will be spending the holiday in New York City.
A Brooklyn woman says her mother accidentally moved a stranger’s car with a key that fit two vehicles.
In the transition from paper to computer records, state courts have expanded electronic filing of civil cases to New York City, Long Island and 10 upstate counties with free public access to most information.
Around 1:15 p.m., detectives say a man entered the bank on Main Street and passed a note to a teller demanding cash. The suspect is described as white, around 5’10″ and 200 pounds, between 30- to 35-years-old, and he had a goatee.
The Genesee County Sheriff’s Office and State Police were on standby on Thursday on the Tonawanda Indian Reservation in Akron after threats of violence were made over a land ownership dispute.
First Student is closing its Getzville location and laying off around 80 employees.
Beginning at 7 a.m. on April 24, the Grover Cleveland and Elma Meadows golf courses will open for the season.
A demolition company now admits it violated the Clean Air Act when it tore down the former Dahlstrom industrial complex on Buffalo Street in Jamestown.
A 45-year-old man has been arrested on charges he ordered “bath salts” online from a company in China and had them delivered to his local post office.
A series of brush fires sparked along the CSX track from the east side to Black Rock in Buffalo, Thursday afternoon.
National Grid will pay upstate New Yorkers to recycle their old refrigerators and freezers. The program will pay customers up to $100 for recycled units. Customers can recycle up to two units, at $50 each.
Orchard Park police are looking to identify three men that may be related to a string of larcenies from a local sporting goods store. There have been several youth baseball bats taken from the store.