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Tuesday May 01, 2012
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Police have charged a dog breeder with animal cruelty after authorities seized more than 70 Rottweilers from her upstate New York property.
A smokers' rights groups is challenging New York's smoking ban in state parks, pools areas and beaches that begins this year.
Electricity has been restored to downtown Albany's Empire State Plaza after the power was knocked out when a car crashed into a utility substation just north of the city.
Occupy Albany has returned to Lafayette Park on Tuesday, as a part of hundres of Occupy events that are planned around the country.
Coeymans Police and Albany County Sheriff's Deputy's say they have arrested five Coeymans residents on gang assault and assault charges.
Police in Troy responded to shots fired Tuesday afternoon on Sixth Avenue.
Vermont State Police investigators say an unarmed burglary suspect was shot in the back and killed after refusing a trooper's order to surrender.
A 35-year-old man has pleaded guilty to first-degree murder for the sledgehammer slaying of his Hudson Valley landlord during a robbery last year.
Central Park International Magnet School in Schenectady is collecting petitions urging the Superintendent and Board of Education not to cut kindergarten from the school for the 2012-13 year.
The Wood brothers from Rensselaerville, NY both work EMS for the Sheriff's Office. They were the first and second people to arrive at a home after a call came in about complications during a home birth early Monday morning.
DEC officials confirm a moose was found dead by a fisherman Monday in the Wynantskill Creek.
Police in Colonie say they have arrested suspects accused of robbing the Citizen's Bank on Central Avenue Tuesday morning.
They were scheduling a trial date in a Saratoga County courtroom this afternoon, when the defendant made a surprise announcement. 29 year old Katherine Seeber pled guilty to Manslaughter in the death of her 91 year old step great-grandmother.
On the day a start date was expected to be reached for her new trial Katherine Seeber issued a surprise guilty plea Tuesday in regards to the killing of her step-great grandmother over ten years ago.
According to Cohoes Fire Chief Joseph Fahd, crews were first called to 47 Lancaster Street in the city a little after 8 p.m.