Category Archives: Western New York

  • Alabama officer charged with murder in fatal shooting

    Alabama officer charged with murder in fatal shooting MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — An Alabama police officer has been charged with murder in the shooting death of a black man outside a neighbor’s home. Montgomery County District Attorney Daryl Bailey said Wednesday that state investigators have obtained a warrant for…

  • Ben Carson drops out of debate, says there’s ‘no path forward’

    Ben Carson drops out of debate, says there’s ‘no path forward’ MIAMI (AP/WLNS) – Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson is effectively ending his campaign after a poor finish across the Super Tuesday primaries. Carson says in a statement Wednesday that he sees “no path forward” to the nomination and…

  • Report: Jared Fogle gained 30 pounds during 3 months in jail

    Report: Jared Fogle gained 30 pounds during 3 months in jail INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Jared Fogle is spending almost 16 years in prison and he has already gained 30 pounds three months in, inTouch says. According to a story posted on inTouch, the former Subway spokesperson is not taking…

  • UB basketball player finds a rhythm on and off the court.

    UB basketball player finds a rhythm on and off the court. BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB)- On February 12th, CJ Massinberg’s freshman season at UB hit a high note. The Dallas, Texas native torched Ohio University for 36 points. In 8 games during February CJ found his rhythm averaging 17.5 points.…

  • Bills break season ticket sales records already

    Bills break season ticket sales records already ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (WIVB) — Just a few months removed from regular season play, the Buffalo Bills are already making records. Topping last year’s incredible record-breaking ticket sales, Bills fans have already snatched up 52,000 tickets, marking the second straight season of 50,000…

  • School cafeteria reopens, but rodents have not gone away

    School cafeteria reopens, but rodents have not gone away BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) – When the Erie County Health Department closed the kitchen at Buffalo’s Makowski Early Childhood Center, last week, due to rodent feces and 26 other health violations, the teachers say they had already made an issue of…

  • Local judge becomes first woman elected president over federal judge association

    Local judge becomes first woman elected president over federal judge association BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) — A local woman was just elected to serve a three-year term as the President of the Association of Administrative Law Judges. The large association encompasses 1,200 federal judges across the the U.S. who hear Social…

  • Relief at the pump meets increases in the aisle

    Relief at the pump meets increases in the aisle BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) — While WNY residents are likely happy with what they’re seeing at the pump, the opposite could be true at their local grocery, well beyond double-digit increases thanks to events in 2015 and beyond. But while people…

  • Officer saves woman overdosing at courthouse with Narcan

    Officer saves woman overdosing at courthouse with Narcan CHEEKTOWAGA, N.Y. (WIVB) — A woman in Cheektowaga was rescued at the hands of police Wednesday as she overdosed at the Cheektowaga Court building. Nearby bystanders noticed a woman slumped over in her vehicle on Wednesday afternoon in the parking lot of the…

  • Outrage over Evans Veteran Committee appointments

    Outrage over Evans Veteran Committee appointments EVANS, N.Y. (WIVB)- Joe Gajdosz said he’s a victim of small-town politics, after being the only member of the Veteran’s Committee in the Town of Evans not to be reappointed. Gajdosz held the volunteer position for the last six years, and told News 4…