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Lockport man hit up for $50 by suspicious couple
A 50-year-old Lockport resident called Niagara County Sheriff's deputies to report a suspicious situation involving a man and woman trying to extort $50 from him Monday night outside a drug store on Lincoln Avenue.
Human remains found in wooded area of Town of Lockport
A walk in the woods led to a grim discovery on Monday after a local resident found human remains in the Town of Lockport.
No deal for driver in fatal May 19 crash on Walmore Road
An effort to strike a plea deal in a fatal auto accident in the Town of Lewiston has apparently failed.
- From vacant house to 'adventure park' on Cedar Avenue Downtown residents will soon have a new place for their kids to run, jump and climb.
- Community Foundation announces Falls awards, new mobile alerts The Community Foundation for Greater Buffalo's scholarship program has awarded over $15,000 to Niagara Falls high school students for the 2013-14 school year.
Police use Tasers on wanted Falls man found hiding under bed
Members of a U.S. Marshal Felony Task Force used Tasers on a Falls man who was being uncooperative after he was found hiding under a bed's mattress on Monday morning.
Culinary institute briefly evacuated Monday
Hundreds of culinary students, staff and visitors were spotted huddled across the street from the Niagara Falls Culinary Institute on Monday after smoke filled one of the rooms in the building.
Schumer calls for more border agents in Buffalo region
Sen. Charles Schumer says an understaffed Buffalo border is to blame for lane closures and backups that result in long wait times that are not only frustrating to drivers but detrimental to the local economy.
- Falls school official says district can't sell naming rights to new football stadium After a lengthy investigation, there won't be any corporate name attached to the new Falls high school football stadium being built as part of the district's capital project.
- Public vote on selling of vacant school properties set for Wednesday Cataract City voters will have an opportunity to decide whether the Niagara Falls School Board should sell a number of vacant buildings and lots on Wednesday.
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