26 year-old Amber Motzer of Buffalo was ensnare" by the sex trade to pay for her drug addiction.
Julie Palmer runs the Path Program in Buffalo. It provides shelter for battered, abused, and exploited women.New York ranks fifth in the nation in the ...
John Plumb of Jamestown says more resources need to be devoted to rural first responders.The former naval commander is running against incumbent Republican Tom Reed this November.
The state department of motor vehicles processed nearly a 150,000 applications during the month of September alone. Of those, nearly 80,000 were first time voters.
The voter registration deadline is next Friday in New York. ...
Health Secretary Karen Murphy says this is not an indictment of nursing homes. She insists Governor Tom Wolf wants "every resident in every nursing home to have access" to high quality care. The Pennsylvania ...
Candidates Claudia Tenney, Kim Myers and Marty Babinec took part in a public forum at the Binghamton Rotary Club yesterday.
Each outlined their plan to create more jobs in the Southern Tier.
Polls show the conservative Republican, Claudia ...
If it happens, it would be the first strike in the 33-year-history of the state system of higher education.
5,500 professors could walk off the job as soon as Wednesday, October 19th.Faculty at the affected schools say classes will continue even ...
If you still haven't registered to vote in the upcoming presidential election, time is running out.
The last day to sign up to vote in Pennsylvania is Tuesday, October 11 and during this last week, Republicans and Democrats are pushing to ...
Don't fear the creepy clowns.
That was the message on Monday from a top New York Police Department official whose main job is protecting the city from terrorism.
Asked about the unexplained spike in reports in other places of menacing by people ...
Corry water users were still being told to boil their water and were being asked to continue conserving it Monday even after significant weekend water leaks were repaired.
"We are currently under a boil advisory," City Manager Jason Biondi said. ...
A federal court decision led some New York schools to block child-abuse investigators from interviewing students at school without their parents' consent, according to the state Office of Children and Family Services.
The state agency is ...