NIAGARA FALLS, N.Y. (WIVB) - One very old house could very well help change lives in Niagara Falls.
The vacant 16th Street home is now in the care of the Isaiah 61 Project, which will use a $35,000 grant from Key Bank to make renovations. The renovations provide people who are unemployed the opportunity to learn home repair skills.
When it's all fixed up, the house will be sold to a first-time homebuyer.
The Isaiah 61 Project plans to renovate more homes and help rebuild peoples' lives at the same time.
Buffalo Police have arrested 26-year-old Nicholas Finnegan, of South Buffalo, in connection to the November death of Russ Ross.
A seven-year-old Buffalo girl got dropped off more than three miles away from the bus stop where her mother was waiting for her on Wednesday.
Police, FBI agents and a bomb squad all showed up on a quiet residential street in North Buffalo overnight.
Experts are being brought into Niagara Falls to deal with a rat problem that Mayor Paul Dyster calls "extraordinary," and neighbors say they have had enough.
The AARP wants to make sure New Yorkers have the care they need as they age.
Tower cranes stand tall in downtown Buffalo. They are sky-high symbols of change and development finally coming to the waterfront.