Buffalo Police spokesman Michael J. DeGeorge said that the victim was shot by someone who was known to him.
Three people were injured Saturday night when a stolen pickup truck struck two other vehicles on North Bailey Avenue, Amherst Police reported.
According to the report, the man was shot several times at about 9:40 p.m. while he sat in a vehicle in the area of Eller Avenue and Genesee Street.
A Buffalo man who prosecutors say was driving while intoxicated during a 2019 crash that killed his passenger has been sentenced to 4 1/2 to 6 1/2 years in prison.
A court fight between Western New York's second-largest hospital and the region's biggest property manager also has to do with doughnuts, and not just dollars.
A 24-year-old Buffalo man is in fair condition following a Sunday morning shooting on Walden Avenue, according to the Buffalo Police Department.
With vaccine supply constricted, the question of where new, first doses are being sent in Western New York remains a big – and largely unanswered – one.
A woman was hit by a vehicle and badly injured Sunday afternoon as she walked across Main Street in Snyder, Amherst police reported.
A 27-year-old man was declared deceased at ECMC while a 24-year-old man was listed in stable condition, police said.
Brian Miskho, 31, of Niagara Falls, pleaded not guilty in Niagara County Court Friday to second-degree murder.
Addressing stress that comes with the coronavirus pandemic can help you better adapt in such uncertain times.
“On a normal day, outside of a pandemic, we always have a high acuity in the intensive care units," said Nikita Caratelli, who got a full-time job as a registered nurse in the Mercy cardiovascular ICU after she graduated in May.
The clinic is part of a statewide effort to expand access to the vaccine in Black and Latino communities that have been hit hard by the virus, according to governor's office.
Adrienne K. Johnson, 60, died Dec. 20, four days after learning that he had tested positive for the virus, according to his sister, who said she believes that he was exposed to Covid-19 through his employment.
His family members and friends hope Albert J. Steele has one more escape left in him. Steele has spent the past six months in several area hospitals for treatment of severe stomach and kidney problems.
The process of distributing and administering the life-saving drug to Western New York health care workers over the past four weeks has taken exhaustive planning.