Albany News Updates Provided by News 10
Sunday April 29, 2012
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Overnight, at approximately 2:30 a.m., Albany County Sheriff's Emergency 911 Center received a 911 call reporting a male subject had fallen down a steep ravine off Cole Hill Road in the Town of Berne.
An overnight fire at 6 Lake Hill Road in the Town of Brunswick kept firefighters from 11 agencies busy.
Two men from the North Country are facing felony heroin charges after initially being stopped by troopers out of the State Police Tarrytown barracks for traffic violations.
New York's canal system has opened a couple of days ahead of usual.
State Police are looking for a suspect accused of stabbing three people in Greenville on Sunday.
The superhero saga "The Avengers" is living up to its blockbuster buzz with $178.4 million in overseas ticket sales days before it opens in U.S. theaters.
A Bethlehem Middle School student arranged an event against bullying in Latham on Sunday.
Renovations at the Rotterdam Junction Fire Department began on Sunday after recent destruction caused by Tropical Storms Irene and Lee.
The March for Babies walk was held at The Crossings of Colonie on Sunday morning.
A Livingston farm is taking cautious measures to ensure they don't lose any crops with recent cold weather.
One victim is in the hospital after a stabbing in Troy on Sunday.
After months of planning, hundreds of students are expected to rally at the Capitol calling on the Governor to ban hydrofracking.