Monthly Archives: February 2021

  • DOT gives a glimpse into how workers prepare for winter seasons

    DOT gives a glimpse into how workers prepare for winter seasons (WBNG) — While the last weekend of February was definitely warmer than some the Southern Tier has seen in the past, as March approaches, colder days are still expected. With a tough 2020/2021 winter season, 12 News checked…

  • N.C. State holds off Pitt’s 2nd-half rally, 65-62

    N.C. State holds off Pitt’s 2nd-half rally, 65-62 RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — DJ Funderburk dunked after a Cam Hayes steal to slow down a Pitt rally and swing some late momentum back to N.C. State in a 65-62 Wolfpack victory. Funderburk finished with 13 points in the balanced N.C.…

  • Governor Cuomo issues statements on sexual harassment allegations, says he will comply with AG

    Governor Cuomo issues statements on sexual harassment allegations, says he will comply with AG ALBANY, N.Y (AP/WBNG) — Governor Cuomo said late Sunday that he will give New York Attorney General Letitia James authority to select a private lawyer to fully investigate sexual harassment allegations made by two former…

  • First US J&J vaccine doses shipping Sunday night

    First US J&J vaccine doses shipping Sunday night Nearly 4 million doses of the newest COVID-19 vaccine will be shipped Sunday night, and will begin to be delivered to states for injections starting on Tuesday. Source: Buffalo New York’s Latest News First US J&J vaccine doses shipping Sunday night

  • Cuomo now apologizes for being 'insensitive or too personal'

    Cuomo now apologizes for being 'insensitive or too personal' Less than 24 hours after a second sexual harassment allegation was leveled against Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, the governor’s office Sunday late afternoon released a series of statements in which he apologized for making jokes and teasing people in his…

  • Cuomo acknowledges “insensitive” behavior was seen as “unwanted flirtation,” says he will cooperate with investigation

    Cuomo acknowledges “insensitive” behavior was seen as “unwanted flirtation,” says he will cooperate with investigation NEW YORK (AP) — Cuomo acknowledges “insensitive” behavior was seen as “unwanted flirtation,” says he will cooperate with investigation. The post Cuomo acknowledges “insensitive” behavior was seen as “unwanted flirtation,” says he will cooperate…

  • UAlbany knocked out in America East quarterfinals for fourth straight year

    UAlbany knocked out in America East quarterfinals for fourth straight year UAlbany trailed virtually the entire game Sunday in losing at Hartford, 83-77. The only difference this season as that the Great Danes (7-9) got an extra tournament game, beating NJIT 76-66 on Saturday. Source: Times Unition UAlbany knocked…

  • Cuomo issues new statement on harassment allegations

    Cuomo issues new statement on harassment allegations ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) – On Sunday afternoon, Governor Andrew Cuomo issued a new statement regarding the sexual harassment allegations he is facing. In the statement, the Governor acknowledges some of his actions may be “misinterpreted as an unwanted flirtation.” In the statement,…

  • Damp tonight with more showers in the forecast

    Damp tonight with more showers in the forecast TONIGHT: Patchy mist and drizzle. Scattered showers develop late 60%. Temperatures remaining steady between 35-40. Winds out of the south at 5-15 mph. MONDAY: Scattered rain showers early. Showers taper by 9-10am. Snow squalls will move through the region after 2pm.…

  • Overnight crash in Buffalo leaves a West Seneca man dead

    Overnight crash in Buffalo leaves a West Seneca man dead BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB)– A 57-year-old West Seneca man is dead after a truck collided with his vehicle this morning near Seneca Street and Archer Avenue, according to Buffalo Police. BPD tells us a 41-year-old Kenmore man was driving a…