Pokigo has waived her right to a trial with a jury, and will have a non-jury trial on May 1.
Ann Marie Copeland, 44, was arrested and charged with prostitution.
A Buffalo Police Property Auction will feature deals from items like snow-blowers to iPads.
They’ll get back to work on Monday, and are expected to make a verdict then.
Thirty years and eight million dollars later, drivers can drop off a passenger in front of Shea’s Theater.
A farm being fed from the waste of 2,000 koi is gaining in popularity.
Officials say a month-old baby was attacked Thursday afternoon by ferrets that escaped from a cloth cage
One of a formerly abused dog’s owners pleaded guilty to animal abuse.
Wellsville police have arrested two separate people for allegedly selling drugs to undercover agents.
AAA will be accepting applications and conducting interviews during the job fair.
U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara told a New York Law School audience Friday he believes power in the state is “unduly concentrated in the hands o…
A bipartisan group of New York lawmakers is calling for the speaker of the assembly to step down.
The nation’s largest public university system wants to hand out 150,000 diplomas every year by 2020, up from the current 93,000.