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One person dead after head-on crash in Eden
EDEN, N.Y. (WKBW) - A man is dead after a head-on crash in Eden Wednesday afternoon.According to police, a vehicle was traveling northbound on Jennings Road and crossed the center line, hitting a vehicle in the opposite direction.One driver was pinned inside the vehicle and was extricated. He was ta
Buffalo man pleads guilty in Wright Avenue killing
The Erie County District Attorney's Office says Dominic Vereen, 24, of Buffalo, has admitted to fatally shooting Dennis Thompson, 24,inside a home on Wright Avenue last June.
Voters approve multi-million dollar project to upgrade security at Orchard Park Schools
"We have some other debt coming out of our budget, debt being paid off so it will be level debt, level taxes. We just want to make sure we're improving the security as much as we can for our kids and the staff," said Jeffrey Petrus, Assistant Superintend for business, Orchard Park School District.
Winter Weather Advisories issued for WNY
BUFFALO, N.Y. - More wintry weather is coming for Western New York for the end of the week. A Winter Storm Warning will be active for Potter and McKean counties in northern Pennsylvaniabeginning at 10 a.m. Thursday. There are also Winter Weather Advisories for Erie, Orleans, Gensee, Wyoming, Cattara
Police investigating body found in Buffalo apartment
Buffalo Police are investigating after a man's body was found in an apartment Tuesday. BUFFALO, NY - Police are investigating after a man was found dead in a Buffalo apartment Tuesday. The city of Buffalo spokesperson tells 2 On Your Side that the unidentified man was discovered Tuesday afternoon
Cheektowaga residents admits to stealing from Catholic schools | Cheektowaga Chronicle
Between April 2014 and April 2017, Mr. Potozniak embezzled $49,418 from Notre Dame Academy and South Buffalo Catholic School.
Teens charged for Williamsville school bomb threat
Winter Storm Watch issued November 14 at 4:31AM EST expiring November 16 at 10:00AM EST in effect for: McKean, Potter, Tioga Copyright 2018 Scripps Media, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. WILLIAMSVILLE, N.Y. (WKBW) - 3 teenagers,
Winter parking restrictions go into effect in Buffalo 1:30 a.m. Thursday
Winter parking restrictions on Metro Bus routes in Buffalo will go into effect at 1:30 a.m. on Nov. 15.The seasonal parking rules will be in effect every day from 1:30 a.m. to 7 a.m. through April 1.All alternate side parking regulations must be followed.
Buffalo Bills release quarterback Nathan Peterman
Orchard Park, N.Y. (WBEN) - The Buffalo Bills have announced they have release quarterback Nathan Peterman.We have released QB Nathan Peterman.pic.twitter.com/1DtMKfvZ0M— Buffalo Bills (@buffalobills)November 13, 2018
New Era plans to close manufacturing plant near Buffalo
Derby, N.Y. - New Era Cap is planning to close its Derby manufacturing plant in March. The plant's 219 workers and officials from the union that represents most of them, the Communication Workers of America, were informed this morning. New Era's downtown Buffalo headquarters, where 337 people work,
Parking ban in Village of East Aurora to take effect early Thursday morning
EAST AURORA, N.Y. (WIVB) - The winter parking ban in the Village of East Aurora will begin Thursday at 2 a.m.During the cold months, parking will not be allowed on village streets from 2-7 a.m.This is so plows can effectively move through the streets.
It's been one year since a gunman fired into a Cheektowaga Dollar General. Here's what comes next.
Cheektowaga Police Chief David Zack mixed relief and genuine fear as he uttered those words at a press conference one year ago. He, his officers, and neighbors had just gone through one of the most chaotic and terrifying ordeals in the history of Cheektowaga.
Man admits stealing from $50,000 from Buffalo school
BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — A former administrator admits he stole nearly $50,000 from the private Buffalo school where he worked.
Buffalo Police: Man shot Tuesday night on Sun Street
BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - Buffalo Police say a man was struck multiple times by gunfire around 9:20 p.m. Tuesday night in the first block of Sun Street.He was taken to ECMC with injuries that appear serious in nature.
Reward offered in fatal beating of 71-year-old North Buffalo man
Carl Davis, 71, wasfound dead shortly after 11 a.m. July 23in his home on Holling Drive, between Delaware and Virgil avenues. Davis died of blunt-force injury, according to Buffalo police.
West Seneca shooting: Murder or self-defense? Third jury will get chance to decide.
Lewis, 41, is charged with second-degree murder over an April 29, 2017, incident at the Niagara Frontier Sports Complex that began as an argument over a girls’ basketball tournament and escalated into a horrific family tragedy.
Another shooting outside Groove Lounge jeopardizes pact with city
In turn, the city was to get increased cameras, lighting and security at the business, said Steven Cohen, the attorney representing Club 1210 LLC.
New Era considering closure of Derby facility
“This is extremely difficult for me. I grew up in Derby and worked in the facility, which has had a long, productive history with the Company,” Chris Koch, CEO of New Era, said. “Even as other sports apparel brands moved away from running their own manufacturing plants, we continued making caps at o
New Era's new era: Marketing over manufacturing
If you're going to make baseball caps, it seems appropriate that you would do so in a Lake Erie hamlet called Derby. And since the 1960s, inside a nondescript, white-and-gray building, hundreds of men and women have gone to work at New Era Cap to do just that.
HEAP home heating program not just for low-income families
BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - If you thought this November seems colder than it is supposed to, you are right, so far. Weather watchers at National Fuel report, so far this season is temperatures in Western New York are 9.6 percent lower than normal, so expect a slight uptick in your heating bill.