NY man"s app to help young people who have cancer has taken off nationwide

12.10.18 | Brandon Dickson

"Stupid Cancer" is an app created by Dave Feuhrer of Rochester, who has beaten cancer twice. He says the app allows folks undergoing treatment to share safety with others in a similar situation. The app isn't just for patients and survivors...

PA's Banking and Securities Department warns against shimmers

12.10.18 | Brandon Dickson

Shimmers offer a new way for thieves can get their hands on your money. Becky MacDicken says, like a skimmer, a shimmer captures information on your credit card, but "the data comes from the card's chip." Skimmers are often placed over a keypad...

Legislation to help farmers has been extended in NY state

12.10.18 | Traci Lynn Woolsey

Farmers across the Empire State are celebrating a cut to property taxes for new or renovated buildings. The exemption, originally set to expire at the end of this year, has been renewed for another 10 years by Governor Cuomo. Applications can...

PA employees and the N. Guard band together to help brighten the holidays

12.06.18 | Terry Diener

Representatives from the departments of Aging, Human Services, and Labor and Industry and the Pennsylvania National Guard gathered to support the 29th annual Holiday Wish Program gift drive, which provides donated gifts to about 200 families and...

The Buffalo Catholic Diocese has offered $400,000 alleged victim

12.06.18 | Brandon Dickson

Stephanie McIntyre, now of South Carolina, accused Reverend Fabian Maryanski of abusing her in the 1980s. Maryanski was placed on leave by the diocese in May. Meanwhile, the chief financial officer of the diocese is resigning. Steve Timmel...

Anti-semitic symbols founds on Penn State housing in Harrisburg

12.06.18 | Brandon Dickson

A drawing of a swastika was found in a stairwell in Nittany Place over the weekend. The discovery coincides with vandalism of a menorah on Penn State's main campus. Authorities are investigating the incidents.

Attorneys place partial blame on NY state for deadly limo accident in Schoharie

12.06.18 | Brandon Dickson

Nearly two months after the fatal limousine accident in Schoharie that took 20 lives, Lawyer Salvatore Ferlazzo says the state is resposnible for two glaring issues: that the limo, which failed two inspections, was still on the road, and that the...

"Trusted Traveler" kiosks at Buffalo-Niagara Airport aim to streamline travel

12.05.18 | Brandon Dickson

The kiosks make it easier for you to get through border crossings and airport security. Travelers can apply for Nexus, TSA PreCheck, and Global Entry.   The programs let you skip the line at the airport and the border.

Gov. Wolf announces flood relief for farmers

12.05.18 | Traci Lynn Woolsey

Governor Tom Wolf noting this week farmland owners in select counties are eligible to receive disaster relief funding from the U.S. Department of Agriculture following fallout from summer rains and flooding.  Federal relief is available to...

Oishei Children's Hospital in Buffalo has been bestowed a rare honor

12.05.18 | Brandon Dickson

It earned the top children's hospital award from the Leapfrog Group, a distinction only six percent of hospitals nationwide receive. Oishei is the only medical center in New York state to earn a top children's hospital award. In Pennsylvania...

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