“We’re here for a reason,” said Keaton Mastrodonato, Canisius’ leading scorer (16 goals, 20 assists). “We’re here to win. The guys are going to be ready. We’re going to scout. We’re going to be ready for an opponent in Minnesota."
Sabres draft picks Ryan Johnson, Aaron Huglen pace Minnesota in NCAA Tournament meeting with Canisius
“You never know how the season’s going to go, but this is going to be fun,” Huglen said. “Knowing it’s a team from Buffalo, it’s going to be a good match, for sure.
Investigators said they found about 12 kilograms of suspected cocaine and two kilograms of suspected fentanyl in a garage and in a hidden compartment in a vehicle at a house on Pine Street in Buffalo.
During a conference call Tuesday, Kiper said his pick of Robinson was turned in before Harris’ signing became official, but given the opportunity to defend it, made it clear that he wouldn’t have changed it, either.
"It looked like this would be the year. The Sabres took over a playoff spot with their Feb. 25 win at Florida. That's less than a month ago. And now, they've fallen apart. Another March collapse," writes Mike Harrington.
“You try to make the best of it while the good gets going, and I feel like, for me, my time was up and that was totally fine with me," McKenzie said.
Jerel Buchanan was pronounced dead at the scene of a one-vehicle crash on Main Street, near Depew Avenue, at about 5:30 a.m. Monday, police said.
The proposed legislation would increase civil and tax penalties for the unlicensed sale of marijuana in New York and provides additional enforcement power to the Office of Cannabis Management and the Department of Taxation and Finance.
The University at Buffalo School of Public Health and Health Professions landed $933,800 in federal funding for a mobile health clinic, money that was secured as part of the fiscal year 2023 budget, U.S. Rep. Brian Higgins, D-Buffalo, announced Wednesday.
As Bruce Springsteen comes to town, Kirst recalls a "diamond moment in Buffalo's rock history" as well as a defining moment for himself.
The announcement comes a day after fire officials described the cause of the blaze at H&R Construction Equipment Parts, 20 Milburn St., as suspicious.
Maid of the Mist, the iconic Niagara Falls tourist attraction whose boats take visitors for up-close-and-personal views of the falls, is getting out of the hotel business.
Kevin Northington, a 19-year-old Burgard High School graduate, is the inaugural recipient of the Dennis Wilson Jr. Entrepreneurial Spirit Award. He’s being honored Thursday night.
Back then, you were as likely to say “across from the Westinghouse plant” as you were to say “across from the airport” on Genesee Street. But most people really didn’t need directions to Beef & Sirloin, the old-school roadside stand that was as much carnival as it was restaurant.
Residents in three villages in Niagara County and 10 villages in Erie County went to the polls Tuesday. Here are the results.
"I found a blend of interesting indie shops, a low-key, slightly Bohemian atmosphere and an array of local cuisine, all in a walking-and-biking-friendly neighborhood enjoying a subtle but clear upswing," Jeff Miers writes.
Cheektowaga police are investigating a confrontation at a Walden Avenue supermarket parking lot in which a white man called for violence against Black and Latino people while using racial slurs.
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.
Andrew Halbert, 33, is held in the Erie County Holding Center on charges of criminal possession of more than 8 ounces of narcotics and criminal possession of a narcotic with intent to sell.
The ticket, worth $18,543, was purchased at Niagara Deli and Pizzeria, 2043 Niagara St., and matched all five winning numbers: 12, 19, 29, 32 and 33.
A State Supreme Court jury failed to reach a verdict Wednesday in the case of a Snyder man charged with murder in the 2020 death of his girlfriend's mother, who succumbed to injuries she suffered in an arson fire in Buffalo.
Mark S. Printup, 50, of the Town of Cambria, was charged with first-degree vehicular assault, a Class D felony, and second-degree vehicular assault, a Class E Felony.
The Niagara County Community College women’s basketball team remained alive in the NJCAA Division II tournament with a dramatic 68-59 victory in overtime against Catawba Valley Community College in a consolation round game
The Canisius College hockey team is in Fargo, N.D., preparing for the NCAA Tournament on Wednesday, March 22, 2023.
Coad initially joined the Beauts as an assistant coach during the 2019-20 season, and was an associate head coach in 2021-22 under Pete Perram. She spent two seasons as the team's head coach, posting a record of 11-30-3.
Bryan Hodgson, who spent four years on Nate Oats' staff at the University at Buffalo, was viewed by some as a potential option for the vacancy at UB.
California prosecutors on Wednesday dropped domestic violence charges against Justin Roiland.
The annual music festival will take place Aug. 3-6 in Chicago's Grant Park.
'The Guardian' reports that Rick Allen, the one-armed drummer for rock band Def Leppard, was attacked on March 12.
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