People dropped off clothes and non-perishable food items at Gro-Moore Farms' market in Henrietta.
Aside from science-fiction icons, organizers say the event had a lot more to offer.
Governor Andrew Cuomo remains in Erie County, and says the state is taking precautions in the case of flooding.
A record 46 million people are expected to travel at least 50 miles during Thanksgiving weekend. Cheap gas prices mean more people will hit the road. But is your car ready for road during winter?
According to the Fisher Fire Department and New York State Troopers, a car drove head-on into a tractor trailer truck after it crossed the median on the thruway between exits 45 and 46.
A Florida official says a sheriff's deputy and a gunman have been killed in shootout near Tallahassee.
On Saturday more of the New York State Thruway opened up to travelers.
A grand jury decision is expected soon on whether to indict the officer involved in the shooting death of Michael Brown in August.
One woman explains how the executive order could impact her family.
Many residents spent the day clearing their roofs of the heavy snow.
Area farms are among the many feeling the aftermath of this week's storm.
AAA later told his family that a help truck was turned away by police.
City issues RFP for site plan.
11 models of strollers are being recalled after several children were injured.
Bob Johnson Chevrolet is digging out after the snow storm.
30-40% of America's food supply goes to waste and much of it ends up in landfills; Wegmans is trying to change that.
About 20 trucks headed west to help out with snow removal early Friday.
Cuomo added that he has spoken with the White House about federal aid in the area, though nothing has been finalized.
Travel bans are still in place in several areas in Western New York.
It's not yet clear how Republicans in Congress can stop the president from deferring deportation for millions of immigrants.