Renewing a push for paid leave for workers, President Barack Obama on Thursday will call on Congress, states and cities to pass measures to …
With more than 100 years of helping communities and shaping confident young women, there are deep traditions rooted in Girls Scouts.
Dr. Vincent Coppola will stay with the school board as they try to find a permanent solution.
The case involves an allegation of police brutality in the early morning hours of Thanksgiving.
The company’s producers are manufactured by one employee creating one tablet at a time.
Christopher Lee Cornell, of Cincinnati, Ohio was arrested Wednesday for allegedly plotting to attack the U.S. Capitol.
Two members of The Buffalo Sabres took to he downtown Central Library to help encourage kids to read.
A West Seneca nurse practitioner pleaded guilty to tax evasion Wednesday.
Police in Tonawanda have been searching for a suspected credit card thief for some time, now they’re asking for the public’s help.
Police in Buffalo are searching for a person they think was involved in a bank robbery on Wednesday.
The mother said the most upsetting aspect of the situation was that her son walked alone through two busy Batavia intersections,
Community leaders and residents stood outside a Buffalo Public School Wednesday with signs, urging the school board to vote yes on redesign …
The proposed slaughterhouse would kill and butch animals according to Muslim custom.
The project that will reopen a stretch of Main Street to cars has been stalled several times. Vehicles will share the road with Metro Rail.
Testimony continued Wednesday in the Murder trial of Jeffrey Basil.
A man with apparent ties to ISIS was arrested for an alleged terror plot.
Niagara Catholic Junior/Senior High School officially has closed its doors for school on Thursday.