Members of the Newfane High School varsity baseball team were sentenced to do community service by a judge in Myrtle Beach, S.C. after shoplifting items from a store.
Man who killed Kenmore family, neighbor fights effort to keep him locked up
The man who killed his family and a neighbor nearly 30 years ago in Kenmore has taken the state to court over its effort to keep him imprisoned after his sentence ends next year.
- Cordarise Houston sentenced to 32 years to life in prison A Falls man, described as a "menace" to the community and a murder suspect, will now spend more than three decades behind bars.
- El Casino is out of business after owner agrees to settlement A Pine Avenue pawn star will be out of business in the next 60 to 90 days.
- Former Lockport bank worker appeals jail sentence A former Lockport resident who was accused of stealing $35,000 from elderly customers while she worked at an area bank was in Niagara County Court Tuesday morning to appeal her sentence in the case.
Shooting that left victim a paraplegic lands Falls man long prison term
A Niagara Falls man who was convicted of shooting a childhood friend is now heading to prison.
- Assault suspect takes a plea, considers second plea deal in drive-by shooting case A young Falls man pleaded guilty Tuesday to his role in both a home invasion robbery and a second assault and robbery of the same victim.
- Kenmore bar owner murder trial adjourned The trial of Antonio Martin-Brown -- the man accused of killing Kenmore bar owner Vincent James Cottone -- has been adjourned for a third time.
- Wheelchair dealer takes a two-year plea deal A wheelchair-bound drug dealer has decided to make a deal with prosecutors rather than stand trial a second time.
- North Tonawanda arson suspect appears in court Fifth Avenue arson suspect Michelle Johnston made her first court appearance in North Tonawanda City Court Thursday after being charged with two additional felony counts of arson and one count of falsely reporting an incident.
- Elderly Tonawanda woman arraigned on murder charge Phyllis Eson was calm and composed Thursday afternoon as she faced a town judge for allegedly beating her 89-year-old husband to death earlier this month.
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