13 hrs ago
Two Cheektowaga teachers in phone controversy back at school
Two of the three Cheektowaga Central High School teachers who have been on paid leave since August, are now back in the classroom.
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17 hrs ago
Human trafficking is the second largest money making crime in U.S.
As we celebrate Women's History month, a terrifying crime is occurring in our community that is a threat to dignity and freedom.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Deputies make DWI arrests over weekend
Erie County Sheriff's Road Patrols arrested five people from drunk driving over the weekend.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
Benefit for Ben Sauer and family in Amherst
Well over a thousand people attended a benefit for four-year-old Benjamin Sauer, who is fighting an extremely rare and aggressive form of cancer, glioblastoma.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Passat taken without permission: police
Angela J. Lavallo, 18, of Broadalbin was charged with third-degree unauthorized use of a motor vehicle after allegedly taking a Volkswagen Passat without permission from the owner.
Erie County names seven appointees to Bills committee
Erie County Executive Mark Poloncarz has named his seven appointees to a committee exploring the possibility of building a new stadium for the Buffalo Bills.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Downstate county executive makes bid for governer
Republican Rob Astorino announced his bid for governor on Wednesday, setting up a possible primary battle between the Westchester County Executive and billionaire businessman Donald Trump.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
UPDATED: Pittsford bank robber arrested in Erie County
A Greece man arrested in connection to a bank robbery in Pittsford is also wanted for two additional robberies in Erie County.
Council seeks firm for revaluation
Even though a western New York firm last month proposed the city hire it to do a citywide revaluation of properties, the Common Council is opening up the hiring process.
Town of Concord, NY Erie County Sheriffs are investigating a fatal crash that happened Saturday night in the Town of Concord.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Officials report finding drugs in apartment
Officials executed a search warrant on at a Franklin Street apartment in Springville Saturday, and now three people are facing charges.
Man sent to prison after threatening family
A Buffalo man learned he was going to state prison Monday. The Erie County District Attorney's Office says 52-year-old Eugene Lawrence was sentenced to 15 years in state prison and five years post-release supervision.
Western NY city to lure deer so SWAT team can shoot them to ease overpopulation
An Erie County city is bringing back a bait-and-shoot program to reduce a surging deer population that's causing damage to property and hazards to motorists.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
Flower bouquets to support Hospice
Many of the 32,000 bouquets being assembled have already been sold, with the rest going on sale starting Wednesday, March 5 at florists, hospitals, and public buildings in Erie County.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
Full circle: Roundabout has critics, but few accidents
IRVING Despite general opposition from the community, the roundabout at Routes 5, 20 and 438 has been operational for four months with few problems.
EC Dems Endorse O'Donnell; Higgins
Erie County Democratic Chairman Jeremy Zellner announced today that the party's executive committee has unanimously endorsed Congressman Brian Higgins for re-election.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Man rescued from Lake Erie admits to DWI crash
A Lackawanna man pleaded guilty to vehicular assault and felony DWI Friday morning, after a bizarre chain of events that happened in May. The Erie County District Attorney's Office says 43-year-old Douglas Kersten could face up to seven years in jail.
Man charged with girlfrienda s murder
A Lackawanna man is accused of killing his girlfriend Tequila Suter on February 15th.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Ex-girlfriend pleads guilty in fatal stabbing case
A former Silver Creek woman has pleaded guilty in the murder case of her ex-boyfriend, Jesse Seneca, 20, who was found dead near a dirt road off of Route 438 on the Cattaraugus Indian Reservation in July 2012.
Pro Se Law Practicum
To help address a critical gap in access to justice, a new practicum is putting UB Law students to work in Erie County Family Court and Buffalo's federal District Court.