Albany News Updates Provided by News 10
Monday April 30, 2012
Flags on state government buildings will fly at half-staff on Wednesday in honor of a naval officer who died in Afghanistan last week.
State officials say archaeological surveys haven't found any evidence of a Revolutionary War battle fought on an eastern New York hill where a company wants to develop a rock quarry.
The City of Hudson Police Department reports the second suspect sought in the city hall burglary turned himself into police on Monday morning.
A newspaper says a state report shows the New York Racing Association knowingly withheld $8.5 million in winnings from bettors.
A man and woman who are alleged to be accomplices in an armed robbery at a Troy grocery store Sunday night have been arrested, police say.
For the eighth year in a row, students from Niskayuna's Van Antwerp Middle School competed in the National Science Bowl, sponsored by the United States Department of Energy.
Impossibly cute baby herons and their prehistoric-looking parents are in clear view on dual high-definition "nestcams" at Cornell University.
Albany Police arrested a man shortly after he allegedly burglarized a Grand Street apartment.
Albany Police arrested four city residents on Saturday for serving alcohol to minors in unrelated incidents.
A New Jersey woman has died in a rock climbing accident in New York's Hudson Valley.
An Albany man has serious injuries after an assault on Orange Street on Sunday night.
A repeat con-man from Albany was found guilty for another scheme on Monday.
The State Liquor Authority approved changes to hour restrictions for sales of alcoholic beverages on holidays in Schenectady County.
Students rallied at the Capitol on Monday to ban hydrofracking.
The NYRA President and CEO Charles Hayward and NYRA Senior Vice President and General Counsel Patrick Kehoe are placed on administrative leave without pay pending further review.
A single-engine plane crashed at the Kline Kill Airport, on Rt 21, in Ghent on Monday.
State Police arrested five people in connection with a stabbing at a house party in Greenville on Saturday.
The Herkimer Diamond may soon be the official state mineral! The New York State Senate passed legislation today that celebrates the distinctive quartz crystals from Mohawk Valley.
Bill Would Protect Transgender New Yorkers Under the State's Human Rights Law
On Monday Governor Cuomo unveiled his newly formed commission to help better New York State's school system.
NEWS10 ABC's Steve Caporizzo explores the world of holistic vets. Tune in on Friday at 11:00 p.m. to see what it's all about and you can decide if a holistic vet is right for your pet.
There's a move underway to make prevention and awareness of child sexual abuse a part of every school's curriculum. The law is called "Erin Merryn's Law", named after a 27-year-old woman who was sexually abused as a child by both a neighbor and an older cousin.
The New York State Senate passed legislation to criminalize synthetic marijuana.
Purple traps are being used to prevent the emerald ash borer from invading Vermont.