Albany News Updates Provided by News 10
Wednesday May 02, 2012
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Troy police are looking for a man they say held up a First Niagara bank then took off.
A Vermont woman who pleaded guilty to taking thousands of dollars in donations from a nonprofit group has been sentenced to nine months in prison.
Police say they've visited several upstate New York locations in an effort to locate the possible burial site of a 13-year-old girl who disappeared more than 25 years ago.
General Electric Co. is contesting a $1.56 million bill from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for work associated with the Housatonic River cleanup.
Police in Albany arrested a 25-year-old man last night for attempted murder Tuesday night in connection to a shooting that occurred last Friday.
Albany police say they responded to an incident last night after a black bear was spotted in a yard on Mount Hope Drive.
Albany police say two men have been arrested for an alleged robbery that occurred in a McDonald's parking lot Tuesday night.
A Columbia County cat rescue organization is looking for immediate homes for more than 150 cats that were displaced due to a fire that broke out at the building Tuesday night.
Three Albany women are accused of bilking Albany County taxpayers out of thousands of dollars through welfare fraud.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo is railing against so-called Super PACS and their use of millions of dollars to influence voters without disclosing donors, while the biggest group acting that way in New York was created for him.
Police say former NFL star Junior Seau has been found dead in an apparent suicide at his home in Southern California.
On April 27th, the Greene County Sheriff's Office arrested two students from the Hunter-Tannersville Central School in relation to a drug sale that occurred on school grounds.
State police say they have arrested a Troy man after he invaded a 84-year-old Brunswick woman's home and threatened her.
Putting a bag in the overhead bin will soon cost some Spirit Airlines passengers $100, more than they paid for their tickets.
A legislative conference committee has agreed to make Vermont the first state to ban a hotly debated method for drilling natural gas.
A Schenectady man is in trouble with the law after police say he failed to register as a sex offender and also maintained a Facebook account that he possibly used for sex.