Albany News Updates Provided by News 10
Tuesday April 17, 2012
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A weather alert has been issued by the National Weather Service in Albany for Warren and Washington Counties.
Albany police say two teens have been arrested in connection to a robbery that occurred on Central Avenue on March 31st.
A Vermont school district will pay the teaching principal of an elementary school for the remainder of the school year and part of the next fiscal year in return for his resignation at the end of June.
Vermont State Police say a 13-year-old Pownal boy was shot in the leg with a BB gun by another teenager in Pownal.
Tax Day freebies are being offered by several restaurant chains in honor of the April 17 filing deadline. Here is your comprehensive list of tax day freebies.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is scheduled to release his 2011 income tax returns on the last day for people to file on time.
A South Colonie Little League player who was struck in the chest by a pitched ball was miraculously revived by EMS after his heart stopped on Monday night.
Advocates for New York prostitutes want authorities to stop taking condoms as evidence in criminal cases, calling it unhealthy. They're lobbying Tuesday for bills to make New York the first state to ban the practice.
Longtime Addison County Sheriff James B. Coons has died.
As part of a statewide effort to increase volunteer firefighter numbers, the Halfmoon-Waterford Fire Department announced Tuesday their recruitment efforts.
The New York State Department of Transportation Tuesday announced a $20 million reconstruction project taking place on I-787 in the City of Albany.
Two employees of a local bus company will be fired after a 3-year-old special needs child was left on the bus dropping the kids off to school for over two hours on Monday.
Fire and emergency crews from a few Berkshire County towns helped fight a house fire Tuesday evening in Adams.
The parents of three-year-old Selena Bessette say when the bus came to their house in Hoosick Falls to pick her up Monday morning at 8:30, they assumed she was off to school like any other day. Instead, police say the child did not get off the bus and neither the driver or monitor noticed.