New details are surfacing about a 911 call which led to the former NFL star’s arrest.
Cuomo says the Summer Youth Employment program will support about 18,000 young men and women, and is expected to help them transition from b…
A New York State family is biking thirteen counties in nine days all to bring awareness for foster care and adoption.
A source familiar with this year’s class of 120 recruits says that so far, there has been an unusually high number of 37 failed evaluations …
If approved Sen. Timothy Kennedy’s bill would enforce stricter penalties on people convicted of possessing or promoting child pornography.
The Tonawanda woman was charged with driving while intoxicated and ordered to return to court on June 8.
New York State Troopers say Earl D. Wray Jr. made several traffic violations when he sped past police, but when they pulled him over, they s…
If you like soccer, but also enjoy running into things, bubble soccer offers an intriguing option.
Police say Jennifer J. Clark, 54, attempted to bring an unloaded Taururs .380 semi-automatic pistol over the bridge.
A Holland resident first noticed suspicious activity in his name when he reviewed his credit report.
Troopers turned him over to Amherst Police and ordered him to return to Town of Lockport Court on May 28.
Police say Sonia Nadeem, 27, attempted to put clothing into a bag she brought with her.
MaryEllen Elia grew up in western New York and began teaching at Sweet Home Central School District in 1970 as a social studies teacher.
Donald Gubbins was sentenced in court to sell his property to repay his aunt after he was convicted of stealing more than $215,000 from her.
Walgreens released images of a person who they say used a cloned credit card to buy items from one of their Cheektowaga stores.
NEW YORK (AP) — They’re not Hollywood stars, they’re not TV personalities and they don’t play in a rock band, but their pay packages are in …
While in police custody, a man who was wanted on various charges pleaded guilty to a homicide he was suspected of.