The whopping 6 feet of snow was one of the top three heaviest snowfalls in recorded history for the Buffalo region.
New York Gov. Kathy Hochul declared a state of emergency for parts of western New York ahead of a dangerous storm that had the potential to dump several feet of snow in western New York.
The new initiative is a broader effort by the Justice Department that it plans to launch across all 94 United States attorneys' offices over the next year.
Each county's plan must include input from law enforcement, mental health and school professionals.
The federal criminal complaint details other threatening calls allegedly made by the suspect over the past year to businesses in California, Maryland, Connecticut and Washington state, officials say.
The Tops Friendly Markets grocery store opened on Jefferson Avenue on the East Side of Buffalo in 2003. The newly remodled store will reopen to the public on July 15.
Prosecutors release court documents in suspect Payton Gendron's first appearance in federal court on hate crime charges.
The school district in Buffalo, N.Y., announced Wednesday it would keep all school doors locked during the school day, and bar all unannounced visits to its buildings, including by students' parents.
The Tops Friendly Markets grocery store opened on Jefferson Avenue on the East Side of Buffalo in 2003. It was a long road to get there.
Local organizations are behind food distributions in the East Side of Buffalo following the shooting at a Tops supermarket.
Jillian Hanesworth says what her city needs right now is honest conversations about systemic racism, the history of segregation, redlining and highway construction that hurt Black neighborhoods.
The deadly attacks at two Christchurch mosques brought people together rather than sowing discord, one of the survivors says.