posted on May 14, 2010 07:13
There was a bad accident earlier this morning on Route 33 in Corfu.
Initial reports stated that two vehicles collided.
One victim was trapped in wreckage for several minutes.
Mercy Flight had been requested to the scene but was unable to fly due to fog conditions.
The injured were taken to the hospital by ground ambulance.
Genesee County Sheriff’s Deputies are investigating. No further information is available.
When the President of the United States visits, his every move is chronicled and photographed.
So it was for Barrack Obama and his first visit to Western New York.
WBTA’s Geoff Redick shadowed the President.
Good news for Genesee Community College students.
The tuition next year will not go up.
The Board of Trustees has voted to maintain tuition at its current level: 17-hundred dollars per semester for full-time students, 140-dollars per credit hour for part-time students.
The issue of bullying is getting some attention today from a state lawmaker.
Senator Michael Ranzenhofer will visit Alexander Middle School today to recognize students there for their work on an Anti-Bullying Night at a Batavia Muckdogs game.
The Alexander students designed a slogan and logo for the project.
Ranzenhofer recently proposed legislation at the state level to address bullying.
The former longtime Alden clerk will have to wait a little longer to find out her punishment for admitting to stealing 12-thousand dollars from the town. Sentencing for 72-year-old Dorothy Bycina has been pushed back two weeks, now scheduled for May 27th. Bycina pleaded guilty to stealing the money over a four year period. She has paid back all of the missing funds, but could still face seven years behind bars.