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Chad Kelly arrested in Colorado
The nephew of Bills hall of fame quarterback Jim Kelly is in trouble with the law in Colorado. ENGLEWOOD, Colorado - Denver Broncos backup quarterback Chad Kelly was arrested early Tuesday morning. In a news release, Englewood police said Kelly illegally entered a home and was chased out by a resi
Man charged after 27 cows found dead in Edmeston barn
Edmeston, N.Y. -- Police arrested a man after finding 27 cows dead in a barn in Edmeston. James Mumbulo, 45, faces a misdemeanor charge of overdriving, torturing and injuring animals, according to The Daily Star in Oneonta. The investigation began when New York State Police got a tip that Mumbulo's
Houghton Wind Ensemble to perform Nov. 2
The ensemble, led by Dr. Tim McGarvey, director of instrumental activities and professor of conducting, will draw on a variety of musical styles and genres ranging from hymn-inspired pieces to techno beats and Broadway dances.
Tops Friendly Markets employees busted for running coupon scam | Cheektowaga Chronicle
Police say the employees were running coupon scams to benefit themselves, each other, and other customers. It is unknown at this time if all the employees were working together.
Police increase presence after vague shooting threat mentions a ‘Perry’ school
A heightened police force, including members of the Perry Police Department, Wyoming County Sheriff’s Office and state police, will remain on patrol of school grounds for the duration of today and through the end of school-sanctioned activities Wednesday “out of respect for the safety concerns of ma
Perry woman charged for driving with suspended license for second time this month
Shawnna L. Lamont, 28, who has a lengthy criminal history including manufacturing methamphetamine, was stopped early Friday morning for failing to keep right. She also was charged with misdemeanor criminal possession of a controlled substance and second-degree aggravated unlicensed operation.
Benny sets table for Red Sox in 8-4 Game 1 World Series win
"It's huge, especially against a guy like that and a team like that," said Benintendi, who had one four-hit game in the regular season but had never topped two in a postseason game.
Attica man pleads guilty in attempted abduction
Robert E. Balon Jr., 55, had been charged with second-degree burglary, first-degree criminal contempt of court, criminal use of a firearm, stalking, menacing and harassment after the June 5 incident.
Sex offender charged after failing to register cellphone
Harry L. Sanney Jr., 37, of Mount Morris, was arrested Oct. 22, while in possession of the cell phone. It is alleged that Sanney did not register the phone as required by state corrections law.
Man arrested on multiple charges at multiple locations in Great Valley
A Salamanca man was arrested Friday on menacing, assault, weapons and drug charges in multiple locations in Great Valley, according to the New York State Police. Eric J. Harrison, 24, was arrested after troopers received complaints about a series of incidents at residences in Great Valley in Cattara
Buffalo Police discover dead body Sunday afternoon
BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - Buffalo Police say they discovered a male dead body this afternoon at 1 p.m. in the first block of Willert Park Court.An autopsy will be performed by the Erie County medical examiners to determine the cause of death.News 4 will update this story when more information becomes a
Two more charged with aiding fugitive
Alfred T. Allen, 48, and Harold W. Allen, 71, were each charged with misdemeanor hindering prosecution in connection with efforts to hide their relative, Robert Allen, from State Police.
Hamburg man catches huge trout
On Thursday at the Southtowns Walleye Association meeting held at their club in Hamburg, it was business as usual with the monthly reports, raffles, and an address from two out of the three guest speakers, Melissa Gearhart and Joe Yaeger. The two speakers focused on the upcoming Greater Niagara Fish
State & Union: Turning Back the Clock
From fighting the Spanish flu to a rabies quarantine for dogs, from healing hearts at Olean General to city border changes, here’s a look back on the week that was 100, 75, 50 and 25 years ago on this edition of Turning Back the Clock.
Vehicle goes up in flames on 490
Rochester, N.Y. (WHAM) - A vehicle was fully engulfed in flames Saturday afternoon.Monroe County Sheriff's Office says the driver of a 2007 Mazada was driving on 490 near Marsh Road at the time of the incident.The driver lost power to the engine. Deputies say he pulled over and noticed the engine wa
Couple sues Detroit funeral home over infant's missing remains after 63 fetuses found in boxes, freezers
When their daughter died 27 minutes after her birth in December 2014, a Detroit couple donated the infant's remains for medical research. Four years later, Rachel Brown and Larry Davis don't know what happened to Alayah's tiny body. They're plaintiffs in a lawsuit filed earlier this year that may h
Sheriff leads off Allegany County elections
Running unopposed for the only county government post up for election in November is Republican Sheriff Rick Whitney, who fended off a GOP primary challenge by retired state trooper Walt Mackney of Cuba in September, 1,887-1,512.
Genesee County man charged with animal cruelty
A Village of Oakfield man accused of animal abuse was arrested Friday. Genesee County Sheriff's deputies said John W. Mitchell Jr. deprived two dogs of proper housing and denied proper physical care to one of the dogs. Mitchell, 44, of South Main Street, is charged with three counts of Failure to Pr
Retired Castile couple has visited every MLB stadium.
CASTILE — For most baseball fans, the expression “take me out to the ballgame” typically means an evening spent at a field, watching their favorite team play nine innings.
Woman who once avoided state prison for dealing drugs not so lucky this time
Westfall was given an opportunity to avoid state prison when she was sentenced on that drug charge in December 2016: One year of probation and, if successful, she would be sentenced to probation.