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Located on the eastern shore of Lake Erie, the city of Buffalo grew quickly from trading to community to bustling city with the construction of the Erie Canal. At one stage, the country's 8th largest city, it was home to a thriving Steel industry and grain milling industry. These days, Canadian shoppers continue to bolster the local economy while the health care industry has become one of the regions top employers.

Population: 1254066
Local Newspapers: The Buffalo News
Local Sports Teams: Buffalo Bills (NFL) Buffalo Sabres (NHL) Buffalo Bisons (Triple A Baseball)
Local Colleges: Canisus College Empire State College University at Buffalo

Zip Codes associated with buffalo, new york: 14201 14202 14204 14206 14207 14208 14209 14210 14211 14212 14213 14214 14215 14216 14217 14218 14219 14220 14221 14222 14223 14224 14225 14226 14227 14228
Towns/Cities near buffalo, new york : Tonawanda Kenmore West Seneca Lackawanna Cheektowaga Depew Lancaster Amherst Sloan Blasdell

Buffalo News
Teacher Sentenced for Inappropriate Texts

Buffalo, NY A former science teacher will be behind bars for the next 1 to 3 years for sending inappropriate texts to a minor. 44 year old Scott Schaefer pleaded guilty in August to sending several sexually explicit texts to a 12-year-old between June 9-11, 2017.

Donations needed for hundreds of Maria survivors living in Buffalo

Mayor Byron Brown says, since Puerto Rico was devastated by Maria, more than 400 people have moved to the city and he's asking the community to help the new residents. "We need to do all that we can, in Buffalo and Western New York, to continue to open our hearts and open our wallets to help the people who are here, in our community now, our fellow American citizens," Brown said.

Suspicious Package in Downtown Buffalo

Buffalo, NY Buffalo Hazmat crews rushed to Main Place Tower Friday afternoon after a report of a suspicious package in one of the office buildings. Deputy Commissioner Johnathan Eaton says the call came in around 12:30 at the 25th floor of the downtown building.

Lake Snows Target Southern Tier This Weekend

The National Weather Service says there could be some Lake Effect bands of snow hitting the Southern Tier this weekend. The Southern tier can expect 3-6 inches by Sunday evening.

Buffalo Bounces Ball State 40-24

Anthony Johnson had seven receptions for 153 yards and four touchdowns. That alone was enough offense to down Ball State but for good measure KJ Osborn added 16 yard sweep and the Bulls hit two field goals as they keep their hope of a Bowl bid alive.

Benefit to Honor Craig Lehner a Success

Hundreds of dollars were raised within the first hour of Officer Craig Lehner's benefit on Thursday night at Club Marcella in Downtown Buffalo. Lehner went missing in the Niagara River on October 13 during a training mission with the Buffalo Police Department.

House passes sweeping GOP tax overhaul

BUFFALO vs LOS ANGELES CHARGERS Sunday, 4:05 p.m. ET, Fox OPENING LINE - Chargers by 5 RECORD VS. SPREAD - Buffalo 5-3-1, Los An BOC RATON, Fla.

Ten Arrested in Drug Trafficking Ring

Buffalo, NY State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman announces ten arrests in a fentanyl trafficking ring stretching from WNY to California. As part of the multi-agency investigation dubbed "Operation Blue Death," authorities seized 502 pills laced with fentanyl, over 100 grams of black tar heroin, over 130 grams of cocaine, 15 pounds of marijuana, and a 9mm highpoint pistol with 27 rounds of ammunition.

Vehicle runs red light, strikes police vehicle in Buffalo

A Buffalo Police officer was treated for minor injuries Thursday after a vehicle apparently ran a red light and struck the officer's patrol vehicle. WIVB.com provides commenting to allow for constructive discussion on the stories we cover.

UB-led renewable energy project aims to leverage Buffalo's past ...

Buffalo is a city on the rebound, but the scars of its industrial past remain visible in the form of vacant properties and brownfields. A renewable energy initiative being spearheaded by UB - and made possible through funding from New York State - aims to invest in the city's urban core while reducing energy costs for a who's who of Buffalo-area anchor institutions.

How are Fans Reacting to the Bills' QB Shakeup?

Buffalo, NY Bills fans had a lot to say about the decision to start Nathan Peterman instead of Tyrod Taylor as quarterback. "When you have a quarterback who can't throw to receivers until they're wide open, you see that he can't make anticipation throws," says Chris, referring to Taylor.

Massinburg and Perkins lead Buffalo to 2-0 start

For the first time since 2011 the UB Bulls have started the season 2-0 but it took a lot of last minute nail biting for Buffalo to finally put down visiting Jacksonville State. UB started strong out of the gate, building an early, building up a 12-2 lead at the 1:49 mark of the first half.

Statement from the University at Buffalo on the revocation of Harvey...

The University at Buffalo fully supports the action taken today by the SUNY Board of Trustees and the SUNY chancellor to revoke Mr. Weinstein's SUNY honorary degree. We also are appreciative of the SUNY trustees' careful review of the university's recommendation to consider the revocation.

Buffalo expands Code Blue to include daytime warming shelter

Code Blue Collaborative chairperson Jean Bennett says this year, the program has been expanded to provide daytime shelter when the temperature falls to 32 degrees or below. "When it's below 32 degrees, there will be a daytime warming center which will provide space for people to remain indoors so that they don't have to exit when Code Blue ends at 8 a.m.," Bennett said at a news conference Wednesday.

Man Arraigned in Deadly Hit and Run

Buffalo, NY A Cheektowaga man was arraigned Wednesday on charges of vehicular manslaughter and leaving the scene of an incident resulting in death.

Unsung Hero Apparently Interrupted Cheektowaga Shooting Rampage

A store owner across the street from the Dollar General store at French and Union Roads in Cheektowaga was the apparent key to stopping a shooting that the police chief says could have been much worse, with many dead had he not intervened. A gunman, later found to be wearing body armor and with at least 2 automatic rifles nearby, opened fire on the store yesterday afternoon near 3 pm, before he was chased from the scene and apprehended.

Police: 'Miracle' more weren't shot by rifle-toting man

Authorities say it's a "miracle" that more people weren't shot when a man with two semi-automatic rifles opened fire on a suburban Buffalo retail store, wounding one man before being tackled by police. Police in the town of Cheektowaga say officers responded around 2:45 p.m. Tuesday to a report of a man with a gun outside a Dollar General store.

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