Loved ones are gathering Tuesday night to remember and honor the lives lost in the crash. And while some family members are marking the anniversary in WNY,
Tuesday marks four years since the deadly crash of Flight 3407 in Clarence Center.
February 12th, 2009 is a date forever scarred by the tragic crash of Flight 3407. In the blink of an eye, 50 lives were lost, but their memories are not
All but 13 of the more than three dozen wrongful death lawsuits filed after the 2009 crash of Continental Flight 3407 near Buffalo have now been settled.
It's been 43 months since the last deadly airline crash in the United States, the longest period without a fatal domestic accident since commercial aviation
The families of 9/11 are reaching out to others joined together by the tragedy of Flight 3407.
It was an emotional and moving day in Clarence as family and friends of Flight 3407 victims gathered to mark the formal dedication of the crash site memorial.
Saturday, the western New York community will gather in Clarence Center for the dedication of a new Flight 3407 memorial.
The emotions are still very real for the families of Flight 3407. On Thursday, a well-known western New York businessman unveiled a moving tribute in
The tragedy of Flight 3407 prompted one of the biggest safety crusades in aviation history and now, there's an even greater push to ensure properly-trained
Robin Tolsma almost gave up hope in her own personal fight after the tragedy of Flight 3407. The widow, who became the courageous leader of a vigilant crusade
Tolsma had a lot of hatred for a while. She lost her husband, and her two children lost their father.
Mounting debt is forcing Pinnacle Airlines, the parent company of Colgan Air, to file for bankruptcy protection.Colgan Air was the operator of Flight 3407,
A candlelight vigil is set for Sunday night to mark the third anniversary of the crash of Flight 3407.
Family members of Flight 3407 victims are back in the nation's capital fighting for safer skies.
The company that owns Colgan Air says it's on the brink of bankruptcy. What will that mean to lawsuits over the Flight 3407 tragedy that claimed 50 lives in