Buffalo residents are reeling after a massive winter storm hit the region over the holiday weekend.

Emergency responses are under fire as the death toll grows.

A Washington man was sentenced to two years in prison for making interstate threats toward Black people.

Payton Gendron will plead guilty during his appearance in Erie County Court on Monday, which was postponed due to inclement weather.

Amber Beyer of the Buffalo Police Behavioral Health department has been accused of racism and of creating a hostile work environment.

The first monument honoring the bravery and heroism of Black U.S. veterans was unveiled in Buffalo.

Joey David George of Lynnwood was indicted by a federal grand jury for a hate crime and four counts of interstate threats.

Tops Friendly Markets, the Buffalo supermarket where Payton Gendron killed 10 Black people and injured several others has reopened its doors Friday, with hopes that residents will return. 

The Buffalo shooter who went on a racist rampage killing 10 Black people at a supermarket could be facing the death penalty.

Sheila E. Ayers was fired as a Buffalo 911 dispatcher for hanging up on shooting survivor Latisha Rogers. Ayers is blaming Rogers now.

The charge of Domestic Acts of Terrorism Motivated by Hate in the First Degree was brought against Payton Gendron "because of the perceived race and/or color” of the people he targeted, according to the indictment.

Investigators think a retired federal agent knew Payton Gendron was going to commit the Buffalo shooting before it happened.