When it comes to the competition for the snowiest big city in upstate New York, location matters.
The U.S. government is set to make its case for deportation against the first of three Afghan military officers who left a training exercise…
Neighbors have the opportunity to vote on nearly $30 million worth of upgrades to the Ken-Ton School District.
Ivancic worked up the ranks of the Tonawanda Police Department starting in 1990.
A judge should decide if the horse abuser will go to jail for violating her probation.
Detectives said he robbed a 7-11 at knife point last month.
Mayor Byron Brown announced the appointment of a new Human Resources Commissioner Monday.
Sabres are now selling tickets for a ‘Tux and Pux’ game.
“Hands up, don’t shoot” and “Black lives matter” are now familiar chants shouted by protestors across the country.
Troopers announced the closure of a month-long investigation Monday after they arrested a Batavia man for identity theft.
State police in Elma arrested a West Seneca man in after they pulled him over for not driving in the proper lane.
Sixth graders at Meadow Elementary in North Tonawanda made a video, set to Taylor Swift’s ‘Shake It Off’.
Police in Cheektowaga say a local man is dead after he was struck by a minivan Monday.
Parents in Clarence had their child arrested Sunday after calling in to report their car as being stolen.
New York’s Attorney General took to the pen and podium Monday to show his support of a reformed legal system.
Pressure is mounting on the FAA to come up with new regulations on the use of small unmanned aircraft systems, commonly called drones.
Two Chautauqua County residents were pulled over for lighting violations on their cars and taken away in cuffs