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Famous rapper talks to Buffalo children about violence

BUFFALO, N.Y. — "The future of this town, the future of this city, the future of this world is right here on stage.”. That future is the youth. During a special Easter Mass at Kleinhan's Music hall, dozens of kids pledged to make their future bright by avoiding violence.


Buffalo Central Terminal to see $5 million in improvements

BUFFALO, N.Y. — Get your red shirts, polish food and pussy willows ready because Dyngus Day is Monday. Thousands of people will file into the Buffalo Central Terminal for their annual Dyngus Day Party.


Buffalo: 5 Newest Homes To Hit The Market

BUFFALO, NY — When you're in the market for some new digs, keeping tabs on all the latest listings can take hours of tedious investigating online. That's why we here at Patch have stepped in and done the initial work for you.


Buffalo Weather Forecast For The Week Ahead

BUFFALO, NY — Here's your weather forecast for the week ahead, as reported by Darksky. Partly cloudy throughout the day. Mostly cloudy throughout the day and breezy in the evening.


Waka Flocka speaks at Easter service with message to Buffalo's young people

BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - An unconventional take on an Easter Sunday service; church members from True Bethel Baptist Church dedicated their Easter to speak on violence that happens throughout the city. This included a visit from rapper Waka Flocka Flame and his wife Tammy.


Don Paul: Not a bad week for a radar outage

This isn't a bad week for a radar outage. Did I say week? Well, five days would be more accurate. The National Weather Service Doppler Radar at the airport is due for further modernization.


Gunshot reported behind Allentown restaurant

A bullet fired during a fight in Allentown early Sunday morning struck a vehicle with two people inside, according to a Buffalo police report. Two men were fighting in the rear of the parking lot behind Towne Restaurant, on the southeast corner of Elmwood Avenue and Allen Street, according to the re


Ex coach MacLeod dies, had family tie to Buffalo

John MacLeod, the longest-tenured and winningest head coach in Phoenix Suns history, died at age 81 on April 14. He also coached the Dallas Mavericks and New York Knicks in the NBA and was head coach at Oklahoma and Notre Dame.


What is the Butter Lamb & Why Is It a Buffalo Favorite?

A big part of the traditional Buffalonian feast for Easter includes the butter lamb. Though many use the spread, few know why it sits on the table each year. Hours before the holiday, crowds filled the Broadway Market to get their holiday favorites. It's a popular destination for Easter shopping for


Mary C. Salvatore, 90, member of a prominent family of restaurateurs

Mary C. Salvatore of Amherst, a member of a prominent family of restaurateurs, died Friday in Erie County Medical Center. She was 90. Miss Salvatore was born in Buffalo two years after her parents, Joseph and Gaetana Salvatore, founded the original Salvatore’s Restaurant on East Delavan Avenue.


Buffalo F.A.T.H.E.R.S. group to hold toy gun exchange

BUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) — The Buffalo F.A.T.H.E.R.S. group is hoping to educate the youth on gun violence. The group is holding a toy gun exchange where kids can exchange a toy gun for a non-violent toy like a basketball, football or remote control car. Community leaders, police officers and public off


5 Buffalo Area Foreclosures Up For Sale

BUFFALO, NY — Do you feel like affordable homes are pretty hard to find in your community? You might consider checking out the foreclosed properties on the market. You might just find a diamond in the rough!


NLL Week 19: Bandits Clinch Top Seed, West Division Title Still Up For Grabs

It’s all good in Bandit Land, where the Buffalo Bandits clinched the top overall seed throughout the NLL playoffs this weekend. (Photo: Bill Wippert) The 2019 playoff field for the National Lacrosse League is all set. It just needs to be organized, and the final week of the regular season next week


There’s A Cheese Haven Hiding Near Buffalo And It’s Everything You’ve Dreamed And More

We’ve shared some of our favorite spots over in the small village of Corfu in Genesee County, located just a half hour away from Buffalo (you can read all about an amazing rustic restaurant with beautiful waterfall views in our previous feature here), but today, we’re returning to this neck of the w


Williamsville man admits federal wire fraud – twice in a decade

For the second time in 10 years, a former banking executive from Williamsville has pleaded guilty to federal fraud charges, according to prosecutors. Robert C. Logel faces up to 20 years in prison and a $250,000 fine after he pleaded guilty last week in federal court to tax evasion and wire fraud ch


Couple charged with thefts from store on the Tonawanda Reservation

A Boston couple was arrested on multiple misdemeanor charges following an investigation into the thefts of several cartons of cigarettes from a store on the Tonawanda Reservation, the Genesee County Sheriff’s Office reported.


Local high school students push for Erie County plastic bag ban

BUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) — It was just another unit in Eve Shippens environmental science class at East High School… so she thought. But when the students realized how engaged her students were regarding the harmful effects plastics can have on the environment, she knew knew more could be done.


Man accused of stealing gift cards

BUFFALO, N.Y. — University at Buffalo Police are looking for a man who's being accused of stealing Visa gift cards. Police say he stole them from dorm rooms in Hayes Hall on University at Buffalo's South campus. He then spent the money in Buffalo, Amherst, Cheektowaga, and Lackawanna.


Licensed gun owner claims he was 'manhandled,' injured by Amherst police

A retired state corrections officer says he was badly hurt when police grabbed him without warning and threw him to the ground as he waited at an Amherst radiology practice in January.


Education Trust-NY puts Buffalo School Board candidates' answers online

The 16 candidates who filed petitions to run for the Buffalo Board of Education have submitted answers as part of a project by the Education Trust-New York to increase public awareness and engagement on education issues.