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Niagara, Orleans Counties Get Brunt of Snow

NIAGARA FALLS, NY--  Niagara and Orleans counties got the brunt of the winter snow storm in WNY.

Photo Gallery: Winter Snow Storm (iPad users: you can view the photo gallery in video tab above and select photos)

The steady snow covered roadways making them slick.  As Much as 14 inches of snow fell in some parts of Niagara County.

Officials says there were numerous accident in Niagara County, luckily all were minor.

In Orleans County, the highway department says they started early and have been able to keep the roads clear, but they were slick.

Interview: Gretchen Wilson ‘Here For The Party’

Interview: Gretchen Wilson ‘Here For The Party’

Hard-working country singer performs Saturday in Niagara Falls

With mounds of snow on the ground, it’s safe to say Niagara Falls will not be a hotbed of tourism this weekend.

There will be one notable caravan coming to town, however. And its leader can’t wait to visit the Cataract City.

Grammy Award-winning country artist Gretchen Wilson will visit Seneca Niagara Casino & Hotel Saturday night. She’s been holed up in her Nashville-area studio working on a trio of new albums, and itching to get on the road.

Even if it’s snow-covered.

“We have been, for the last three months, we’ve been in the studio just recording like crazy. So, we are like more than ready to get out there,” Wilson said. “We’ve only had two shows this year so far, so we’re really looking forward to getting out there and doing what we love to do the most, and that’s the live show.”

Top Psychic, Motown Stars and Johnny Cash Tribute Join Seneca Casinos Entertainment Lineup

Top Psychic, Motown Stars and Johnny Cash Tribute Join Seneca Casinos Entertainment Lineup

The variety continues this spring for entertainment at Seneca Casinos, as Sylvia Browne, The Temptations & The Four Tops and “The Man in Black” tribute show to Johnny Cash come to the Seneca Events Centers in Niagara Falls and Salamanca, N.Y. In addition to these performances, the intimate 440-seat Bear’s Den Showroom at Seneca Niagara Casino & Hotel will host three rock acts in late April: Sully Erna of Godsmack, Ambrosia, and Southside Johnny & The Asbury Jukes.

Adoption Process Started for Dogs Seized From Lockport Home

NIAGARA FALLS, NY - The Niagara County SPCA has started the process of finding homes for the more than 60 small dogs brought into the shelter this week.

More than 60 dogs and puppies were seized from a Lockport home following an investigation by the Niagara County Sheriffs Department and State Police.

The Niagara County Sheriff's Office says the homeowner, 50-year-old Ellouise Magrum, is facing misdemeanor charges of endangering the welfare of a child and animal cruelty. She pleaded not guilty in Lockport Town Court Tuesday night.

Dozens of people are on the waiting list to adopt the dogs.  Homes of potential dog owners will have to be screened before the adoptions can be finalized.  Officials expect most of the pups to be in their new homes by the end of the week.

Lancers Kinz to Old Dominion

LEWISTON, N.Y.-At 12 noon Wednesday Lewiston Porter senior Erin Kinz made her dream come true when she signed her letter of intent to play soccer at Old Dominion.

Kinz has been a four year starter in goal for the Lancers. In her senior season she was All-NFL and All-WNY. She backstopped her premier team, Blackwatch to the New York State Cup Championship.

 Erin told Two On Your Side's Stu Boyar "its a great feeling. I couldn't imagine anything better than this all your dreams do pay off in the end."

She chose Old Dominion because "it was just a different vibe that I got not only coaches but the whole staff there the whole organization itself. They were supportive of not just the program but of each individual player. I was looking for a place where I would be given an opportunity to really thrive in and that was Old Dominion." 


Niagara Falls Council & Mayor Fallout on Arts Funding


  There is a clash over cultural and arts funding in the city of Niagara Falls following a surprising budget cut by the City Council.

    30-thousand dollars in the city budget for the Niagara Arts and Cultural Center was slashed by a council majority on Monday.

  They said the money was needed for resources in other areas like putting more police on the streets and other neighborhood safety initiatives.