South Harbor horn silenced for 50 years, but maybe not forever.
When the USS Monitor succumbed to storm waters off the coast of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina December 31, 1862, she took with her 16 men, including a Buffalonian.
On the 204th birthday of the 16th President, we reflect on the lasting legacy left by Abraham Lincoln here in Western New York.
A Hamburg auto-entertainment business has a unique connection to one of the most thrilling Bond stunts ever.
It was a beloved TV show and book series, but did you know that within Little House On The Prairie is also an Unknown Story of WNY?
Many say the birth of the North American petroleum industry took place in 1627, right here in Western New York.
The miltary bugle call Taps is widely recognized as a song of tribute. The song as we know it has it's musical roots right here in Western New York.
Shows like Law and Order are extremely popular, but a real life murder mystery was solved a century ago here in Western New York, using a forensic first.
Was Jack The Ripper a man who lived and is buried right in our own back yard?