The New York Senate rejected a bill Monday that would open up state tuition assistance to students in the country illegally, dashing long-held hopes of immigration advocates and prompting finger-pointing among rival Democrats.
The county’s last 911 system was installed in 1986. The new system is state-of-the-art, can handle more calls and it works better with all telephone switching systems. If the main system goes down, now there’s a full backup.
Some local drivers are frustrated with General Motors, saying they’re not getting enough answers about a massive recall.
A judge sentenced 46-year-old Theodore Wickham of Dunkirk to one- to nine-years in prison on Monday. He pleaded guilty to manslaughter in the death of Frank Slate, Jr.
Buffalo is bracing for an orange crush. Syracuse is among the teams that will compete in the March Madness games in the Queen City.
A Southtowns mother is speaking out, saying police didn’t fully describe how seriously her 12-year-old son was hurt in a recent attack.
A man deputies say drove through the Village of Brocton while using his cell phone was arrested on drunk driving charges.
A Wyoming County man is facing multiple charges after being stopped Friday in the Town of Sheldon after deputies saw him cross over into the oncoming lane four times on Dutch Hollow Road.
A Buffalo woman was arrested in Wyoming County over the weekend after being pulled over for having items dangling for her rear view mirror.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo says nearly 8,900 New Yorkers have had their drivers licenses suspended for failing to pay taxes they owe the state.
A western New York man is among 24 war veterans scheduled to receive the Medal of Honor on Tuesday following a congressionally mandated review to ensure potential recipients were not bypassed because of prejudice.
State police say a second woman has accused a northwestern Pennsylvania probation officer of groping and sending her lewd text messages while she was under his court-ordered supervision.