Volunteer fire departments across New York State are recruiting new firefighters and many fire halls will open their doors and fire truck bays this weekend. They’ll be doing tours, showing how fire equipment works, answer your questions and even let you try on fire gear for yourself. It’s Recruitment Open House Weekend.
We probably eat too much of it. It's on potato chips and pretzels. Many people like it fresh tomatoes and corn on the cob. Buffalo's famous beef on weck features a roll with caroway seeds and salt. Some people pick up the salt shaker and sprinkle salt all over their food without even tasting it first to find out if they really need it.
Today is the 45th annual Earth Day. The first one was April 22nd, 1970 at a time when cities were buried under their own smog and polluted rivers caught fire.
In 1963, Wisconsin Senator Gaylord Nelson began to worry about our planet – the water and air was being polluted. Plants and animals were dying and he wondered why more people weren't trying to solve these problems. It was talked about in Congress. The president made speeches, but not enough people were working on solutions.
Much like kids, you never know what animals are going to do... and that's what makes having them on live television so risky. Check out these newscasters from East Tennessee try and deal with the birds and the
A high school student was given three days suspension for asking Miss America to attend the prom with him. The school has warned him and the other students that such antics would get them in trouble, and he disregarded the warning.
She may not be going to prom with him, but this sure has made him the most popular kid at school!
There are places in this country that observe it, but nobody celebrates it like we do in Buffalo. It’s an old Polish tradition called Dyngus Day. It commemorates the baptism of Poland's first Christian prince. It always falls on the day after Easter with a big celebration of the end of lent with food and dancing. The food includes a large buffet of Easter foods like ham, kielbasa, fresh baked goods and eggs.
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