BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - This September 11 will mark 12 years since the terrorist attacks in New York City.
A memorial that remembers the victims went on display outside of Buffalo City Hall on Tuesday. The seven-foot tall structure includes the name of every person killed during the attacks in 2001.
Steel Crazy Iron Art of Buffalo used more than 1,800 pounds of stainless steel to build the memorial.
"I've been touring around the country, but it's been a lot of car shows," said Ed Hogle of Steel Crazy. "I keep it in Buffalo. I am Buffalo. So it stays right here."
The memorial took over 600 hours to complete. After being displayed outside City Hall on Tuesday, the memorial will continue touring around the nation.
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 state would subsidize the costs, so taxpayers wouldn't see increases. The second year of a freeze would include provisions to force local action and cuts to yield permanent tax relief.