It’s time once again for our Hometown Hero, brought to you by Batavia Downs Gaming. This Week’s Hometown Hero is orignally from North Collins, NY. It's United States Marine Corps Sergeant Josh Mardino!
Everyday at around 2:20 p.m. Brett gives you a Useless Trivia question brought to you by Kipo Chevrolet, 2534 Youngstown-Lockport Rd. in Ransomville. Where Should You Go? Kipo!
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What does it say when the best player on the ice is a rookie playing in his first game in the National Hockey League? It says you have a team without leadership, chemistry, fortitude and seemingly a team without pride. The Buffalo Sabres inserted 20-year old Williamsville native Justin Bailey into the lineup for Thursday night's game against the Philadelphia Flyers and he made his mark with physical play and put himself in a position to score all night long. The rest of the team could learn something from him. Bailey finished with seven shots on goal and came close to scoring his first NHL goal in his first game.
With Valentine's Day on the horizon, Taste of Country asked over a dozen different country artists to share their first kiss stories. The responses are captured in these videos.
Tattoos tell stories, and Hailey Steele has a few good ones.
Size matters. Never more so than when you're a grown man hurling a huge snowball at a small child with no means of protecting himself.
Make your Valentine's Day extra crispy, as well as extra special.
Kobe Bryant -- five-time NBA champion, one-time MVP, future Hall of Famer and, apparently, amateur sex therapist.
Breakout singer-songwriter Cam is not only set to perform at the upcoming 2016 Grammy Awards, but she'll also be presenting an award.
Intense waves nearly had a ruinous end for one senior couple.
Rick Wright, who has served as the guitarist for Country Music Hall of Famer Connie Smith for many years, was killed in a car accident near his home in Tennessee on Sunday (Feb. 7).
The bitter cold temperatures have returned to the area; and if you watch local television news, you would think we are in for quite a bit of snow. But will it be enough to get your sled out?