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Wrong-way crash on Kensington Expressway

BUFFALO, N.Y. - An early-morning crash on the inbound 33 closed a portion of the road for a short time while police investigated and cleaned up debris.

It happened just before 4:30 a.m. in the westbound lanes near Best Street.

Buffalo Police say a vehicle was traveling in the wrong direction near the Humboldt Avenue exit when it struck another vehicle.

They say the driver of the wrong-way vehicle ran off.

The driver and a passenger in the other vehicle were taken to Erie County Medical Center with non-life threatening injuries, police say.

It's not known whether police are still looking for the other driver or have someone in custody.

Celebrating International Astronomy Day

BUFFALO, NY - The Buffalo Museum of Science held a special event Saturday to celebrate International Astronomy Day.

Visitors learned about the universe through demonstrations and activities hosted by the Buffalo Astronomical Association.

Those who attended got a firsthand look at the sun through a solar telescope.

The museum recently received a $350,000 grant to improve the museum's permanent galleries, including $1.2 million to restore the rooftop observatory and telescope.

The event also featured photographs of distant planets and galaxies taken by members of the association.

Accident involving SUV and motorcycle

BUFFALO, NY - We're working to learn more about an accident involving an SUV and a motorcycle that happened around 6:30 p.m. Saturday at the intersection of Bailey Avenue and Westminster Avenue.`

Our photographer at the scene saw at least one person being taken away by ambulance.

We have a call into police for more information.

Man critically injured in East Side shooting

BUFFALO, NY - A 20-year-old Buffalo man is in critical condition after being shot on the 100 block of Crossman Avenue in the city's Schiller Park neighborhood.

Buffalo Police say the shooting happened just after 5 p.m. Saturday. The victim was taken to Erie County Medical Center.

Anyone with information is asked to call or text the Confidential Tipcall Line at (716) 847-2255.

Reverend unknowingly harbors murder suspect

We talked to the man who unwittingly gave shelter to an accused quadruple-murder suspect who was arrested in the Queen City this week.

A local clergyman says that back in March he gave the man a place to stay in exchange for doing work on his property. Alexander Hill, 48, came to the Temple of Christ Church during a "code blue," and ended up staying there for about a month.

Reverend Reginald Kerr says Hill, who introduced himself under the alias "Trent," pretty much kept to himself.

Injured firefighters released from hospital

BUFFALO, NY – On Saturday, Buffalo Fire Department Commissioner Garnell Whitfield told us that three firefighters who were injured in a fire on Glenwood Avenue Friday afternoon were treated and released from the hospital and are doing better.

Whitfield said a woman inside the home threatened firefighters with a knife when they tried to rescue her. They escaped through a window.

Later, other firefighters returned and had to rescue and resuscitate the woman.

WNY Land Conservancy Awarded $59,600 from Conservation Partnership Program Grants

WNY Land Conservancy Awarded $59,600 from Conservation Partnership Program Grants


Governor Andrew Cuomo announced $1.8 million in Conservation Partnership Program grants for 55 nonprofit land trusts across the state on April 20. Representatives of the Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) and Land Trust Alliance unveiled the grantees at an event at Teatown Lake Reservation in Westchester County.