The Social Security Administration is suspending a program that allowed the government to seize the tax refunds of thousands of Americans.
An Allegany County man could face up to 15 years in prison for carrying a small arsenal of weapons in his vehicle while searching for a prostitute in Buffalo.
A man loaned his vehicle to his former girlfriend, but couldn’t get her to return it. So when he saw it being driven down Transit Road in West Seneca, he followed and called State Police.
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As the number of doctors declines in Western New York, technology is become more and more important not only for procedures, but to see specialists.
The Washington-based Tax Foundation says recent changes in New York law would raise the state’s corporate tax climate ranking from 25th to fourth best in the nation, while inching its overall ranking from last place to 48th, ahead of New Jersey and California.
The town supervisor of Lewiston is saying enough is enough when it comes to spending town money on Artpark.
The Town of Hamburg has selected a new vendor to operate concessions at Woodlawn Beach.
A Wyoming County woman who illegally owned a young Grivet monkey will spend the next one-and-a-half to three years behind bars.
A Western New York native injured while helping pull his fellow soldiers to safety during this month’s deadly shooting rampage at Fort Hood is now out of the hospital.
Niagara Falls native Chad Kelly, a sophomore at Clemson University, has been dismissed from his college football team. The quarterback apparently didn’t see eye to eye with his coaches.
The Erie County Executive will begin a new Easter tradition at the Broadway Market when he “pardons” a butter lamb on Wednesday.