Albany News Updates Provided by News 10
Saturday April 28, 2012
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Three vintage warplanes are almost to their new home.
In anticipation of the shale gas boom spreading northward from Pennsylvania, educators in New York are launching training programs to give workers the skills industry needs to fill entry-level positions.
A college professor wants New Yorkers to show some "amour" to the French for all their contributions to the Empire State's heritage.
Vermont Gov. Peter Shumlin has signed a bill into law expanding the use ignition interlock devices for people convicted of drunken driving.
Three men were arrested on Thursday for stealing and selling items from a Clifton Park property.
A Whitehall man was arrested on Thursday after allegedly discharging a handgun in a residence.
Two people were transported to the hospital and one suspect is in custody after a car crash in Schenectady on Saturday.
A driver under the influence of drugs was arrested in Claverack on Thursday when he became impatient in traffic after an auto accident.
Part of Loudonville Road closed on Saturday for repairs.
Bennington Police are looking for two male suspects involved in two thefts at Rite Aid.
The New York State Police will conduct three Child Passenger Safety Checks in the month of May.
One man died after a car accident Friday night in the Town of Hancock.
Gary Sinise and his Lt. Dan Band performed in the Armony Saturday night to raise money to help build a smart home for a local veteran, Air Force Tech Sgt. Joe Wilkinson.