Jeff Preval, WGRZ

Jeff Preval


Buffalo, NY, United States

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Recent articles by Jeff:

Clergy, activists demand police reform at Buffalo City Hall rally

The rally was loud, and there was a lot of passion as religious leaders and activists say they want to see immediate police reform. → Read More

After overnight violence, East Side community cleans up neighborhood

Many community members did not like how their neighborhood was left overnight, so they did something about it. → Read More

Games with no parents? Temperature checks? State soccer association surveys parents

The New York State West Youth Soccer Association wants to know what parents think about a return to the soccer pitch. → Read More

City of Buffalo to fast-track initiative for small businesses to expand outdoor seating

With indoor seating a big question mark, the City of Buffalo is looking to ease restrictions on outdoor seating. → Read More

Many WNY beachgoers following social distancing, others not

The owner of Sunset Beach says there have been issues with people not following social distancing guidelines. → Read More

Church leaders: Gatherings with fewer than 10 people not realistic

Some Western New York church leaders express skepticism about the state's allowance of small church gatherings. → Read More

Many summer events in Western New York canceled or postponed due to COVID-19

On Monday, the Jazz Festival in Lewiston was the latest festival to cancel because of the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Caravan protest held outside two Buffalo nursing homes

The protests follow nursing home deaths at both nursing homes and according to the SEIU, numerous workers getting sick. → Read More

Wegmans looks for customer feedback amid coronavirus pandemic

The company wants to know how customers feel about how comfortable they are with certain food items. It is trying to find out what the new normal will be. → Read More

What will education look like in the fall across New York State?

That's the question a lot of families want to know and is one that state leaders are working to answer. The Education Department recently offered some guidance. → Read More

Military flyover salutes, inspires WNY frontline workers

The Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station and fighter jets out of Vermont, gave a boost of encouragement to those in the grips of the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

BMHA: Half of residents at some properties missed rent payments

Due to job losses, the BMHA reports many tenants could not pay their rent last month. → Read More

Start-up bike delivery service delivers essentials to people without transportation

In the City of Good Neighbors, some locals are using their two-wheeled transportation to help others. → Read More

Local schools look to have drive-in graduation ceremonies

Rick Cohen, the owner of the Transit Drive-In says they have heard from 35 school districts that are interested in having their graduation ceremonies there. → Read More

Answering your questions about WNY's food and supply chain

Many of you have questions about the U.S. meat supply, prices, and why food is being dumped and not donated. → Read More

WNY nurse in NYC caring for COVID-19 patients, now in quarantine

Jill Ector, a former adjunct professor at D'Youville College, says she's been dealing with a new challenge in NYC: coronavirus symptoms and being in quarantine. → Read More

Buffalo Public Schools to roll out internet hotspots to students in need

This is happening so students can continue to do their schoolwork, during the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Wegmans rolls out new grocery app

The app has the possibility of reducing time at the register, something a lot of people are trying to do amid the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Some Buffalo-area coronavirus patients receive plasma treatments

Plasma treatment is experimental, it's not 100 percent proven, but it has worked for some. → Read More

Gov. Cuomo: WNY is on the plateau; elective surgeries to begin in some counties, not Erie County

Appearing at Roswell Park Tuesday morning, Gov. Cuomo said Western New York is on the "plateau" in the coronavirus crisis. → Read More