Evening News Briefing
Written by Dan Fischer on October 31, 2019
Batavia’s Trick or Treaters may get a bit of a break from the extreme winds tonight, but not from the rain.
13-WHAM meteorologist Scott Hetsko says the rain will continue through the afternoon and evening but the winds should remain tolerable until the overnight.
During the overnight winds could gust to over 60 miles per hour.
Batavia Police Chief Sean Heubusch says, be careful out there…
Official Trick or Treat hours in the city are from 5 until 9 tonight.
National Grid is preparing for an incoming storm. The utility says crews have been prepped with what to expect over the next few days.
Power outages are possible.
The utility is NOT not bringing in any extra crews from outside Western New York at this time.
A 64 year old Batavia woman busted on felony drug charges.
64 year old Linda Thomas of West Main Street Road Batavia was arrested for the sale of controlled substances in and around the City.
Thomas was charged with six felony counts.
She was ultimately released under supervision of Genesee Justice.
A house in Genesee County is being labeled as one of the most terrifying locations on earth.
The Bergen House, which was recently featured on the Travel Channel’s countdown of the top 10 most terrifying locations, has a rich history of ghostly encounters.
The home, built in 1858, sits next to a 400-million-year-old protected swamp where supposedly witches would host ritual ceremonies.