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Monday April 23, 2012
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A serious crash shut down a portion of Schodack's River Road for a period of time mid-Monday morning.
Scat-sniffing dogs are giving Adirondack researchers clues to upstate New York's moose population.
Tens or even hundreds of thousands of computer users could be unable to get online this summer. Is your computer safe?
New York has opened bidding for 51 pavement and bridge projects representing an estimated $64 million of work in the Cuomo administration's "New York Works" program.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo says life insurance companies have paid more than $262 million to more than 32,000 consumers nationwide after an investigation of unpaid benefits.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo says he has nominated his predecessor, Gov. David Paterson, to serve on the Metropolitan Transportation Authority's board.
Saratoga Springs' popular track season hot-spot will be opening a location in Manhattan.
A published report says the Cuomo administration tried to keep a whistleblower from a Senate hearing on the state's care for the disabled.
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has sued a company that leases credit card machines to small businesses, claiming Northern Leasing Systems Inc. fraudulently drained more than $10 million from 100,000 former customers for up to 11 years after their leases expired.
Albany County District Attorney David Soares says that a Voorheesville man has been arraigned Monday after he allegedly attempted to arrange for the kidnapping of a business associate for ransom.
The New York State Board of Regents has kicked off a series of meetings to discuss making possible changes to the high school exams.
Applications are being accepted for farmers market vendors at the 64th Annual Albany Tulip Festival.
Fire officials are investigating what caused a fire in Schenectady on Saturday that injured three firefighters.
Hudson Valley Community College was ranked as one of the best two year colleges in the country.
Gas prices are down half a cent on Monday.
An analysis of government data conducted for The Associated Press shows highly uneven prospects for holders of bachelor's degrees.
The mother of a boy under the age of two who was found wandering naked in Cohoes has been arrested Monday, police say.
New York has opened bidding for 51 pavement and bridge projects.
New Yorkers will head to the polls on Tuesday to cast their votes in the presidential primaries.
New York State Forest Rangers could soon have more help when conducting search and rescue operations.
A new report that says one in two new graduates are jobless or unemployed.
A nor'easter is bringing a taste of winter to communities that were basking in record warmth a month ago. The storm churned up the Northeast today packing high winds, soaking rain and springtime snow. The storm will...