The former tight end was in a "single cell in a general population housing," the department said in a statement.Correction officers attempted "lifesaving techniques" on Hernandez. (WBEN/AP) — Actor William Fichtner is moving filming of his directorial debut from his native western New York to a college campus in the middle of the state.He says it's about two ordinary small-town guys who embark on an extraordinary adventure.Your donation will be automatically billed to your credit card each month.At the close of each year, you will receive a letter recording your 92Y gifts for tax purposes.(ABC) - Former New England Patriots football player Aaron Hernandez was found dead this morning after hanging himself in his prison cell where he was serving a life sentence for murder, according to the Massachusetts Department of Correction.
One such resident is Cheektowaga's Greg Jarmuz, whose basement yielded four inches of water during the storm.
His sanitary drain, which takes water out of his basement and sends it to the street, was bringing water the opposite way because of the backed-up drains.
"It was almost like a mini-Niagara Falls," Jarmuz said.
Our Delta greeter made a mistake and left a bag on the cart," he tweeted. The airport police caught the person who took it (on video) and retrieved my bag." This story is untrue.
Cheektowaga, NY (WBEN) Prosecutors say a Cheektowaga man struck a bicyclist, then sped off. Paul Hintermeier, 36, of Cheektowaga, was arraigned this morning before Cheektowaga Town Judge Dennis Gorski to charges including Vehicular Assault in the 2nd Degree, Leaving the Scene of an Incident Resulting in Serious Physical Injury, and various related charges. The victim, 18 year-old Damian Garra of Cheektowaga, is listed in critical condition at ECMC. The matter is scheduled to return to Cheektowaga Town Court on August 16th at am.
A spokesman for the Massachusetts Department of Correction told ABC News there was no prior concern Hernandez was suicidal, otherwise he would have been on mental health watch in a different part of the prison.