Assistant City Editor
Eric DuVall is the News' assistant city editor. Before joining The Buffalo News in 2021, he was the editor of the weekly paper the Tonawanda Sun, and was the managing editor of the now-defunct Tonawanda News for seven years.
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Beginning Saturday, the United States will require all foreign travelers, including essential workers such as truck drivers, who enter the country by land from Canada or Mexico to be fully vaccinated, the Department of Homeland Security announced Thursday.
The city will resume its regular trash pickup schedule on Monday. Residents will be permitted to put out an additional six bags of regular household waste at the curb in addition to a full blue tote.
Wade J. Paulisick Jr., 25, was convicted of possession with intent to distribute 100 grams or more of acetyl fentanyl, an analogue of fentanyl.
Chevelle Sherrill, 43, was charged with one count of second-degree murder during an arraignment in Niagara Falls City Court on Friday, a city spokesman said.
A Buffalo man who pleaded guilty to gang-affiliated drug trafficking in 2013 was charged Friday with violating the terms of his release after …
First Student, the private company that operates yellow buses for BPS, has been able to complete afternoon runs and "clear" all routes consistently in the 6 p.m. hour, Superintendent Kriner Cash said.
Half-cooked cold weather hacks are making the rounds in anticipation of Saturday's game, from barefoot shock therapy to Viagra.
Fatoumala Drammeh, 21, was killed along with her mother, a younger sister and a brother, UB Vice President for Student Life Brian F. Hamluk said.
The watch extends through Thursday evening, during which time southwesterly winds gusting to 40 mph will cause lake-effect snow bands to develop off Lake Erie.