CLARENCE, N.Y. (WIVB) - It's easier than ever to make sure your old documents don't get into the wrong hands.
Saturday the First Niagara Bank, the Sabres, Shred-It and Sunnking held a "Shredding and E-Cycle Day" at First Niagara Bank branches in Cheektowaga and Clarence. The companies offered recycling of old electronics, including wiping away any data that could contain your account numbers or other personal information.
"This was a great way to get rid of some electronics that we were accumulating in our basement without having to put them on the curb and this is a great way to recycle and save the environment," says Holly Kerwin.
Sabres fans who brought in documents or old electronics even recieved a discount coupon good at the Sabres Store at the First Niagara Center.
Police say they had the wrong man, and that Jerome Thagard, who spent four years in prison, didn't murder Steven Northrup in 2009. But the victim's family says otherwise.
A Good Samaritan died Wednesday while trying to assist the driver of a tractor trailer who got stuck in the snow.
A 26-year-old male employee of Ying's Wings and Things told police that Haibo Jiang, also known as Jimmy Ying, choked him until he passed out.
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The Buffalo School Board unanimously approved plans to transform Burgard High School into a Manufacturing Magnet School on Wednesday,
Investigators are making progress in the case of a Chihuahua thrown in a ditch while zipped up in a Coors Light thermal bag.