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Suspects at large following police involved shooting

According to Pennsylvania State Police, State Police along with Erie Police attempted to perform a traffic stop at 1:40 a.m. on Chestnut and Huron Streets. It was at this location that the suspects opened fire on the officers while firing multiple rounds. Only one officer returned fire before the suspects fled the scene. No officers […]
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Firefighters called to East Ave for kitchen fire on Friday night

Firefighters were called to a home in the 3100 block of East Avenue on Friday night. The calls went out around 9:10 p.m. for reports of an individual being trapped inside of a home. It was reported that a smoky fire was coming from the kitchen area. The fire was extinguished quickly. Emergency crews were […]

James Conner to hold football camp in Erie

McDowell grad and NFL Running Back James Conner is set to host a local football camp right here in Erie in Early July. The former Trojan and current Arizona Cardinal will host a free camp at Gus Anderson Stadium on the McDowell campus on Saturday July 9 for kids ages seven to seventeen with a […]

Pittsfield Police Investigate Death of Saline Woman Found in Roadway

Pittsfield Township police are investigating the death of a 58-year-old Saline woman. On June 17, just after 10:30 p.m., Pittsfield Township police officers and firefighters were dispatched to the intersection of Maple and Ellsworth roads. Michelle Young, 58, of Saline, was found injured in the roadway and was later pronounced dead at the University of Michigan Hospital, according to Pittsfield Police.

Accused Drug Dealer Charged Federally For Causing “Serious Bodily Injury”

BUFFALO – An accused Jamestown drug dealer is facing federal charges connected to the alleged sale of narcotics that has resulted in “serious bodily injury.”. The U.S. Attorney’s Office in Buffalo announced the federal grand jury indictment against 43-year-old Bradley Knapp on Thursday. Between January 2019, and...

Millcreek Police Look to Identify Man in Theft Investigation

Millcreek Township Police Department is looking to identify a man as part of an investigation into the theft of personal property from a business. It happened May 29. Police did not disclose the name of the business. Detectives said the man in the photos may be able to provide information...

JCC Announces Adjusted COVID-19 Vaccination Requirements for 2022-2023

Jamestown Community College, in accordance with the State University of New York, will continue to require incoming and returning students to be vaccinated for COVID-19 in order to register for on-campus classes for the fall 2022 semester. A booster is strongly encouraged but not required. Students taking online coursework only, who have no plans to participate in any on-campus activities or interactions, are not required to receive the COVID-19 vaccination.

Black Bear Caught On Camera Near Falconer

FALCONER – A black bear was spotted near the Village of Falconer on Friday afternoon. WNY News Now viewer Kelly Perry shared video of the bear in the area of Gerry Levant Road and Route 394 around 1:30 p.m. The bear, Perry says, was spotted running through residential back...

Dry And Warm For Saturday, Storms Likely Sunday

JAMESTOWN – High pressure will keep the area dry and warm through early Sunday. A cold front is expected late on Sunday ushering in cooler air to start next week. Mostly sunny weather is expected for Saturday. Highs in the low to mid-80’s. Dry weather continues into Saturday...

Copper Carriage holds antique market on Chestnut Street

The Copper Carriage Summer Antique Market was held on Saturday on Chestnut Street. There were more than 40 vendors there with tables filled with wood crafts, ceramics, clothes and other creative pieces of art. The company that created this idea is Copper Carriage. They wanted to support local businesses by creating an event like the […]

Erie Food Truck Festival takes place in Lawrence Park

The Erie Food Truck Festival took place on Saturday while bringing a wide variety of food favorites, beers, and wines. With live music and drinks, what more could you ask for during this summer? More than 13 food trucks were at Lawrence Park welcoming the community with some great food. The Iroquois School Foundation hosts […]

Diocese of Erie Bishop Issues Statement on Abortion Ruling

Diocese of Erie Bishop Lawrence Persico issued a statement Friday on the Supreme Court ruling overturning Roe v. Wade, which allows states to ban abortion. The Catholic Church has long emphasized its commitment to respecting life from conception through natural death. While Dobbs v. Jackson is an important ruling, we acknowledge there are many complexities involved with unexpected pregnancies and recognize this is a challenging moment for all Americans. It is our hope we can play a role in healing and unity.

Glenwood Pet Hospital celebrates 70th anniversary

One local pet hospital is celebrating helping generations of animals in the Erie community. The Glenwood Pet Hospital held its 70th anniversary celebration. Folks had the opportunity to enjoy plenty of fun activities including giveaways and face painting. The hospitals also raised money for local rescue organizations. “Glenwood Pet Hospital opened in 1952 so this […]

Jamestown Residents Protest Overturned Roe V. Wade Ruling

JAMESTOWN – Around two dozen Jamestown residents joined together in protest of the U.S. Supreme Court Decision that overturned Roe V. Wade on Friday evening. The rally was organized by the Jamestown Justice Coalition just hours after the ruling was announced. While abortion is legal in New York up...

Wanted Man Arrested At Jamestown Convenience Store

JAMESTOWN – A wanted man is in police custody after he was arrested at a Jamestown convenience store on Wednesday night. Jamestown Police report officers responded to the 7-Eleven on N. Main Street around 11:50 p.m. Upon arrival, 19-year-old Xavier Ramos was identified at the scene and it was...

Meet Snowball! Our Pet of the Week

JAMESTOWN – In an effort to help animals find their forever home, WNY News Now is partnering with the Chautauqua County Humane Society to showcase animals’ part of our pet of the week segment. To learn more about our featured pet, watch the video above or contact the...

Where to find a dog license in Erie

If you are a dog owner, make sure you have your furry friend licensed for their safety. Dog licenses can be purchased at local animal shelters, City Hall, the Erie Humane Society, or online. Doing this will help make your pets safe, just like you would want for any other family member. Having your pet […]