Among the news on the front page of The Buffalo Evening News on April 24, 1914:
- The city of Veracruz, Mexico, is quiet under U.S. control, but life was more nervous for U.S. citizens in the Mexican capital.
- President Woodrow Wilson vows to seek "reparation" from the Mexican president for "overt acts."
- Troops are ordered to embark from Galveston, Texas, for Veracruz.
- "Noted war correspondent" Richard Harding Davis will be filing reports from Veracruz for The News.