BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - Months of rumors and speculation finally get their payoff Tuesday, as Terry Pegula officially takes the reins of the Buffalo Sabres.
Pegula introduced western New York to his five children, Michael, Laura, Kelly, Jessie, Matthew and his wife Kim.
The highlight of Terry Pegula's comments at the press event was when he said that now, "The Sabres' reason for existence is to win the Stanley Cup."
Another highlight was an emotional moment for the new Sabres owner. Pegula, with tears in his eyes, told Gilbert Perreault, "You are my hero."
Pegula announced, Ken Sawyer will serve as Senior Advisor & Alternate Governor and Ted Black will be President and Alternate Governor.
Pegula said, "Winning is not a goal, it's a belief," before announcing that he wants the fans and media on the Sabres' side.
Pegula said there will be "No financial mandates on the Sabres."
The abandoned puppy in the Town of Evans was actually turned in by the dog's owner.
Volunteers at Buffalo’s Salvation Army created holiday cards and gift bags for the seniors at the Golden Age Center.
Buffalo police homicide detectives are investigating a fatal shooting that occurred early Saturday morning.
Buffalo Police have arrested 26-year-old Nicholas Finnegan of South Buffalo and charged him with pushing Russ Ross to his death.
The Niagara County Sheriff's responded to Saunders Settlement Road near Comstock in Cambria Friday night after receiving a tip about a suspected meth lab.
Call 4 Action looked into claims this week that members of BJ's Wholesale Club were paying too much on sales tax on some deeply discounted items.