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The weather got nasty between Exits 57 and 61 on the I-90 Wednesday, closing a portion of the thruway for about an hour and forcing the Erie County Sheriff's Office to issues a travel advisory for the southern half of the county.
The Thruway Authority is asking drivers to avoid I-90 between Hamburg and Ripley .
The City of Buffalo and the southtowns are two different stories Wednesday morning.
Though less than an inch of lake effect snow appears to have fallen in Orchard Park, in southern Erie County and further south it's a much different story.
Before you buy a used car, you might want to find out if the low mileage is too good to be true.
Sharing the road with bicyclists can be nerve racking for drivers. A state senator is now aiming to make the roads safer for everyone.
A driver and his passenger are facing drug charges after a police stop Wednesday night in a parking lot at Grant and Amherst Streets, in Buffalo.
There is a new way to obtain crash reports from Erie County. Sheriff Tim Howard announced Thursday that accident reports will now be available online at crashdocs.org and from the sheriff's website.
While a handful of Republican lawmakers and operatives continue a quixotic bid to get Donald Trump into the governor's race, another potential Republican gubernatorial candidate already counts the celebrity billionaire among his donors.
At 11:30 a.m, divers from Hamburg Town Police and the Erie County Sheriff's Department will be wading in the cold waters, looking for dangerous debris.
On Saturday, Dec. 7, First Niagara Bank will present the "2013 Downtown Christmas Tree Lighting Celebration."
Erie County Executive Mark Poloncarz said he was pleased his $1.39 billion 2014 spending package was approved, albeit by a slim 6-5 margin, by Erie County lawmakers late Tuesday afternoon.
Records from the state comptroller's office show the Town of Amherst is high on the list of towns which are collecting the most money from fines.
Programs in western New York are benefitting from some of the $80 million in state homeland security grants that Governor Andrew Cuomo announced Tuesday.