posted on January 19, 2012 07:41
A young girl has been found dead in Wyoming County following a search in Warsaw Village Park.
The Warsaw Police Department said a missing persons report was filed in the Town of Tonawanda around 8 p.m. Wednesday night.
Several police agencies, including Warsaw Police, the Wyoming County Sheriff's Office were involved in the search.
The search led to Warsaw Village Park near the gorge.
The girl's name has not been released and a cause of death is not yet known. Further details are expected later.
The Eastman Kodak Company files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. Kodak Chairman and CEO Antonio Perez says in a press release that the Board of Directors and the entire senior management team "unanimously believe that this is a necessary step and the right thing to do for the future of Kodak." The bankruptcy filing came early this morning in New York. The iconic 131-year-old company has secured 950 million dollars in financing from Citigroup which should help keep it afloat while navigating through bankruptcy proceedings.
The latest round of wild winter weather isn’t over yet.
The National Weather Service has posted a Winter Weather Advisory from 1 o’clock this afternoon until 9 tonight.
The advisory covers Genesee and Orleans counties, along with Niagara and northern Erie counties.
The weather service is forecasting snow and blowing snow, accumulations of 2 to 4 inches but winds gusting up to 40 miles an hour.
Batavia Police have arrested a Rochester woman they say traveled the state stealing from hospital and college employees.
21-year-old Kiara Asante was allegedly part of a ring that moved across New York State taking and using credit cards swiped from the wallets and purses of workers at various colleges and hospitals.
The local investigation began with the theft of a wallet from an employee of UMMC back in September.
BPD says Asante was one of three people already in custody in Monroe County. Following her arraignment on the local charges, she was returned to the Monroe County Jail.