Editor's note: As of this morning, 98 percent of New York state's vote has been counted. Donald Trump has just under 61 percent of the Republican vote, still leading in virtually every part of the state, except Manhattan, where John Kasich leads by less than four points. Hillary Clinton has garnered nearly 58 percent of the Democratic vote, with leads in urban areas like Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse and the New York City metropolitan area. Statewide, more Democrats turned out to the polls than Republicans. The New York Times projects Clinton will gain 139 delegates, while Bernie Sanders will take 106. Trump is projected to earn 89 delegates, while Kasich will take three. - Rebecca
Photo: Lake effect snow, in which the weather can vary from locally heavy snow in narrow bands to clear skies just a few miles away, is seen from a plane flying over the Buffalo, NY, area; a warning is up for the region until Tuesday morning - Quinn Mikulski via WGRZ
Buffalo (/ˈbʌfəloʊ/) is a city in Western New York and the seat of Erie County, located on the eastern shores of Lake Erie at the head of the Niagara River. As of 2014, Buffalo is the second most populous city in the state after New York City with 258,703 residents, and the metropolitan area is the 53rd largest in the United States.
Buffalo experienced significant growth in the 19th and 20th centuries as a direct result of the Erie Canal, railroads and Lake Erie, providing an abundance of fresh water and an ample trade route to the Midwestern United States, while grooming its economy for the grain, steel and automobile industries during the 20th century. Since experiencing an economic downturn in the latter half of the 20th century, Buffalo's economy has transitioned to sectors that include financial services, technology, biomedical and education.
Residents of Buffalo are called "Buffalonians". Nicknames for the city of Buffalo include "The Queen City", "The Nickel City", "The City of Good Neighbors", and less commonly, the "City of Light".