The Sabres recalled winger Lukas Rousek from Rochester on Saturday ahead of a 5 p.m. game against the New York Islanders in UBS Arena.
Damaging winds can blow down trees and power lines, and travel will be difficult particularly for high-profile vehicles, the National Weather Service said.
Shelton’s “Back to the Honky Tonk Tour” arrives in Buffalo on March 25. Here's what you need to know.
The report said that Campbell also will visit the New York Jets next week.
It remains to be seen if James Cook-Damien Harris-Nyheim Hines will be an upgrade on what the Bills have previously had at the running back position, Jay Skurski writes in this week's Bills Mailbag.
Erie County legislators on both sides of the aisle want to see this year's projects get done and are free to resurrect a defeated bond resolution. But members of the Republican minority caucus say they want more answers first.
"Ruff's team couldn't overcome black and red magic on Friday. The Devils are back home Saturday to meet Ottawa with another chance at the clincher – and the first step on what he hopes is a long playoff run," Mike Harrington writes.
Eliezer Rosario II resigned Friday as he pleaded guilty in Buffalo City Court to two misdemeanors after being caught last year tampering with evidence and lying on the witness stand about it.
"After twenty-four years of producing an all-volunteer, free community event, and after much deliberation, we have decided to cease producing the festival," read a post on the event's Facebook page.
Buffalo Bills general manager Beane doesn't see a good reason why the National Football League won't vote to approve a resolution eliminating the cutdowns of 90 to 85 and 85 to 80 players during the preseason.
Push is on for free school lunches for all students in New York State: 'It’s been a pretty stark contrast'
Teachers in Springville have noticed the difference universally free meals in the cafeteria make in the classroom.
Dequan I. Richardson pleaded guilty Friday morning to shooting into a crowd during a fireworks celebration in July 2021, killing a 3-year-old child and wounding three men.
Longstanding disagreements about content in school libraries often focus this year on books with LGBTQ themes.
The government's response to the failure of two large banks has already involved hundreds of billions of dollars. So will ordinary Americans end up paying for it, one way or another? And what will the price tag be?
It was a frenetic weekend of nonstop briefings with regulators, lawmakers, administration officials and President Joe Biden himself about how to handle the demise of the nation's 16th-biggest bank.
Social media users shared a range of false claims this week about topics like the "QAnon Shaman," Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, HIV cases in the U.S. military and more. Here are the facts.
Americans who came of age during the pandemic are skipping college in big numbers. Many have shunned traditional college paths, turning instead to hourly jobs or careers that don’t require a degree.
Nearly six months after the sabotage on the Russia-to-Germany pipelines, there is no accepted explanation as to what happened. And a series of unconfirmed reports are filling an information vacuum as investigations into the blasts continue.
Traveling outside the US for health care is common. Here's a closer look at medical tourism and its risks
The recent kidnapping of four Americans in Mexico highlights a common practice for many people in the U.S.: traveling to other countries for medical care that either is not available at home or costs a lot less.
House Speaker Kevin McCarthy granted Carlson access to more than 40,000 hours of the Capitol security footage from Jan. 6. McCarthy's office said it is still working out the process to make the footage "more widely available" but did not comment further.
The audio intercepts obtained by the AP show how deeply unprepared young soldiers — and their country — were for the war to come.
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There are plenty of similarities — but also a major difference — among the classified-records situations of President Joe Biden, former President Donald Trump and Trump's vice president, Mike Pence.
Who killed the monsignor? Exploring the murder of Monsignor Francis J. O'Connor, its investigation and its legacy
Revealed in the 56-year-old reports on the murder of Monsignor Francis J. O'Connor were shocking secrets – a priest and a diocese journalist had been suspects – and a cache of other never-before released details.
Hundreds of thousands of students around the country disappeared from public schools during the pandemic and didn't resume their studies elsewhere.
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Listen to the fourth chapter of Late Edition: Crime Beat Chronicles that examines the circumstances surrounding the death of a Buffalo priest.
The president on Tuesday night will stand before a joint session of Congress for the first time since voters in the midterm elections handed control of the House to Republicans.
Increasingly, retailers are locking up more products or increasing the number of security guards at their stores to curtail theft.
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