Investigations

Exposés, reports
and analysis.

Outrages & Insights

Muckraking blog
by Jim Heaney

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Environmental blog
by Dan Telvock

Tom Toles

Editorial cartoons
and commentary

Jun
03

Interview: DA Frank Sedita

Investigative Post Editor Jim Heaney interviewed Erie County District Attorney Frank A. Sedita III about the trial of Dr. James Corasanti and a number of other issues. Sedita in the interview, which aired on WGRZ’s Daybreak Sunday, said: He has no regrets about the way his office prosecuted the Corasanti case, which resulted in the […]

Jun
01

Equal rights …

Jun
01

Level-headed assessment of Corasanti verdict

Buffalo Pundit, a lawyer by trade, weighs in on the trial that has everyone talking, many loudly.

May
31

Presidential Bids

May
31

Investigative reporting on local TV newscasts

Local channels grapple with how to do in-depth reporting in an era of diminished resources and pressure to fill more and more airtime. A report by Jane Kwiatkowski of The Buffalo News.

May
31

The rap (sheet) on the Common Council

Brian Davis’s plea to federal corruption charges Tuesday comes as no surprise. Neither does the Common Council’s appointment of a bartender to fill Mickey Kearn’s vacant seat. Such is the state of the Common Council. Jimmy Griffin used to call them the “Comical Council” back in the day and yes, they used to bicker a […]

May
30

Heaney analysis of Davis guilty plea

Plea by former Common Council Member Brian Davis of pocketing federal funds is part of a pattern of misconduct, Jim Heaney says in WGRZ interview

May
27

Conversatives at the public trough

Matt Spina of The Buffalo News reports that most leaders in the local Conservative Party, while preaching limited government spending, have managed to land themselves a job on the public payroll.