NIAGARA FALLS, NY (WIVB) - The Niagara Falls city leaders have turned thumbs down on any plan to allow the treatment of hydrofracking wastewater within city limits.
The City Council voted unanimously Monday night against treating hydrofracking waste.
Niagara Falls and North Tonawanda are the only Western New York communities with facilities capable of treating hydrofracking waste.
Buffalo lawmakers are meeting today and are expected to send a similar message to the state over 'fracking.
Common Council members are voting on a resolution to support a statewide ban on the controversial gas drilling technique, which Governor Cuomo is considering legalizing.
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.
A woman was arrested Sunday after she allegedly tried to bite her neighbor during an argument over offense odors.