“WUTV is a totally local station in its management, its thinking and its feeling,” read one promotional piece in 1978.
Our championship gear is much more difficult to come by than it was back in the days of Kelly, Bruce, Andre and Thurman, writes Steve Cichon.
Before there was the Amazon gift card, there was the Media Play gift certificate, writes Steve Cichon.
Called “Buffalo’s zany philosopher king” by News reporter Margaret Sullivan in 1980, Shane Brother Shane – the Cosmic Cowboy – spun records and waxed philosophical on Buffalo's radio stations.
Forty-one years ago, the Thanksgiving Day ads in the Courier-Express tell a slightly different story for Black Friday 1979.
It was one of the more notorious moments in Buffalo Sabres history, 24 years ago this week.
More than four decades removed from the time he left office, there aren’t many Buffalonians who can claim to be a better representation of what it means to be a Buffalonian than Stan Makowski.
Whether you call it a slime dog, scum dog or “some kind” of a canoe, the “Texas hot” is a Western New York institution and one of those tastes you just can’t find outside of the 716.
Journalism is often thought of as the first draft of history – but on Election Day 100 years ago, The News slightly missed the mark.
Most historians agree that the broadcast of election results on the night of Nov. 2, 1920, was the birth of modern radio.