A finding of insanity usually derails a criminal prosecution. But the U.S. Attorney’s Office disagrees with its expert and wants to convict Samuel Mara, 25.
A judge granted defense attorney Daniel Tarantino's request to be released from representing Michael Cremen, who was indicted on charges in connection with the incident on Aug. 28, 2020.
The spotlight on police in recent years has shown that it’s a hard job.
Political labels are not very helpful, particularly when they are used to discount a person, a group or an idea, robert Poczik says.
Michael J. Cremen, who has been indicted by an Erie County grand jury, pleaded not guilty during an arraignment Friday.
A SUNY Buffalo State instructor who said she was “sick” of Black Lives Matter was taken out of context while trying to stir classroom debate, …
As I have said many times before, I respect police (my brother is a retired cop) and actually feel safer when one is around because I know it …
Clarence Shepard, 26, a Rochester native, says he was a victim of racial profiling.
SUNY Buffalo State College says it is looking into comments made by a part-time lecturer after a video clip surfaced online of the instructor saying she was "sick" of Black Lives Matter.
Deyanna Davis was indicted by a grand jury on two charges of first-degree assault. If convicted, she faces up to 25 years behind bars.
It is appropriate to accept, value and celebrate human diversity, Mark O'Brian says.
A recent Another Voice, by Kate Haq, a literacy specialist and curriculum chair for the Buffalo Public Schools, attacked Christopher Rufo’s re…
Watch as George Floyd's brother Terrence plays drums for an album set for release in May, a year after George Floyd’s death at the hands of police.
A Norwegian leader nominated the global movement "for their struggle against racism and racially motivated violence."
"Badge numbers still must be displayed at all times," writes The News' Editorial Board.
"The goal should be to divest police of responsibilities unsuited to their training and their role," writes The News' Editorial Board.
“You’ve got to start somewhere,” the board chairman of the church said, “and these are the things that have to happen in order to tackle a bigger project, or a bigger goal.”
Buffalo police officials – as well as other area law enforcement agencies – say they are ready to handle any out-of-control situations.
The celebration is a well-earned mental sigh of relief that for this year, you have eaten the bear and not the reverse.
During the recent presidential campaign Republicans seized on a slogan that was used by the far left during the massive protests regarding the…
Prosecutors accused Samuel Mara of making a death threat against the mayor in a Facebook video.
Michael Cremen, 48, of Franklinville, is due back in court Friday for a hearing about his failure to appear in court.
Mayor Byron W. Brown is due credit for his response to the need for improved policing demonstrated here and around the country.