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Sunday March 18, 2012
A Schenectady man and his girlfriend are charged after an apparent suicide attempt, police say.
The University of Vermont's men's basketball team was met by a devoted crowd of fans after the Catamounts landed in Burlington following their NCAA tournament loss.
The congressional election districts lines for New York won't be final until March 20, but the lines drawn by a federal judge appear likely to be the final plan.
Ahead of a 2013 exhibition at an Albany museum, two mummies are being scanned using modern techniques.
Albany reformer Bill Samuels says the Legislature's redistricting plan approved in the dead of night last week after a private negotiation with Gov. Andrew Cuomo is a "terrible thing for the history of our state."
Audiences are heading back to school for the TV update "21 Jump Street," which has opened as the No. 1 weekend movie with $35 million.
St. John the Evangelist School in Schenectady will close at the end of the current school year.
Over 100 students from the Capital Region performed their own version of Dancing With The Stars on Sunday in Troy.
The Green County Sheriff's Department says a small plane crashed in New Baltimore on Sunday evening.
A Union Street building was demolished on Sunday after a fire on Saturday.
Police are investigating a shooting in Glens Falls that happened on Sunday.
State police arrested a man for cocaine possession after a traffic stop in Bethlehem.
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