DUNKIRK, N.Y. (WIVB) - A convicted child molester who skipped out on his trial will soon come back to Western New York.
Paul Turley was captured in Arizona last week. News 4 learned he waived his extradition hearing. Niagara County Sheriff's deputies will travel to Arizona to pick him up within the next 10 days.
A fugitive task force had been searching nationwide for Turley ever since he skipped town in late January.
A jury convicted him of sexually abusing two children from 1996 to 1998.
An Erie County judge has ruled that the statements Candace Cartagena made to police will be used in her murder trial. Of the six statements, two were not allowed in.
Friends and family of 20-year-old Ashley Nelson have not heard from her since September 17th.
A Dinosaur Bar-B-Que restaurant is taking another step closer to opening in Buffalo. The restaurant, that is slated to open in February, will begin hiring for hourly positions on Monday.
The Niagara County SPCA is so packed with cats and dogs that the shelter is waiving adoption fees on many of its animals this holiday season. But a distraught pet owner came to us claiming the shelter sold her a cat that was so sick she …
A car slammed into the stone porch of a home that is adjacent to an elementary school on Wednesday.
A car flipped onto its side during an accident on Dick Road in Depew between George Urban Boulevard and Walden.