Albany News Updates Provided by News 10
Wednesday April 18, 2012
COLONIE, NY. - The Red Robins from the North Colonie Little League say "good game" after a night on the field Tuesday; the day after a fellow player from a team in South Colonie almost died when he was
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Troy police say there have been a "major break" in the St. John's Church burglary that was reported on Monday.
New York State police have arrested a man for allegedly pushing his wife out of a moving vehicle and taking off with their 1-year-old child inside.
New York Republicans can no longer dream of being kingmakers in the presidential primary, but the state offers Mitt Romney a chance to pick up his biggest load of delegates yet.
State police in the Hudson Valley say they're getting a new bloodhound, thanks to Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger.
The invasive beetle that has destroyed tens of millions of ash trees over the past decade has been found east of the Hudson River for the first time, marking its closest known threat to New England.
Wednesday, students from Schoharie High School are in Washington DC after being named one of five grand prize winners in Samsung's national Solve for Tomorrow contest in science, technology, engineering and math education.
Troy police have announced a 19-year-old has been arrested for arson in connection to the River Street fire that displaced 15 people over the weekend.
Federal officials reviewing the massive cleanup of PCBs from the upper Hudson River will take another month before finishing their report.
Albany County will be buying the Albany County Family Court building and saving roughly one million dollars a year in rent.
For the next six months some Vermont cellular telephone users will be able to text 911 emergency calls for help.
Increased efforts are taking place Wednesday to crack down on drivers who pass stopped school buses illegally, putting kids at risk.
Albany police are investigating an apparent phone scam in which the caller claims to work for The American Red Cross.
Albany detectives, along with the U.S. Marshals Fugitive Task Force, arrested an Albany man Wednesday morning who was wanted out of Los Angeles County, California for allegedly stealing over two million dollars.
Charges have been dropped against the fifth-grade teacher from Voorheesville accused of biting a student.
Stealing the family dog or cat in New York could soon send a pet thief to prison.
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has accused two men without doctor's licenses of doing cosmetic surgery last year that disfigured three women.
A tractor-trailer accident Wednesday evening is causing big delays on the Northway, State Police tell NEWS10.
A man was rushed to the hosptial Wednsday night after being stabbed near State and Hulett Streets in Schenectady, city police tell NEWS10.
Dick Clark, the television host who helped bring rock `n' roll into the mainstream on "American Bandstand," has died. He was 82.