BUFFALO, N.Y (WIVB) - Over 1000 Western New Yorkers joined together to clean a waterway that flows through the Queen City.
Riverkeeper's Fall Shoreline Sweep focuses on cleaning debris including litter from Scajaquada Creek that runs through Buffalo and part of Cheektowaga.
Buffalo Riverkeeper is also working to keep the lower part of the river clean. Jill Jedlicka, the Executive Director of Riverkeeper says, "Between working with Forest Lawn Cemetery the Olmsted Parks Conservancy the City of Buffalo and Army Corps, we're working together to address the foundational problems which include sewer overflow, contaminated sediments and the altered shorelines."
The Shoreline Sweep has been happening for more than a decade, and includes Scajaquada and 22 other location in Buffalo and Niagara.
Multiple passengers on a NFTA Metro bus were taken off in stretchers after the bus collided with a car at Bailey and Wecker in Buffalo.
CSX is working to get train cars back on the track after they flipped over Tuesday morning.
State Police say a Buffalo man had a BAC four times the legal limit when he was stopped in the Town of Alden for having a headlight out.
Cold and breezy with snow increasing in coverage into the overnight hours.
A woman told officers she thought she hit a curb, not a car. She failed field sobriety tests and was placed under arrest.
The bus driver who helped pull a woman to safety from the wrong side of the railing on a 198 overpass helped recognize the students on his bus who remained calm throughout the incident on Tuesday.