Albany News Updates Provided by News 10
Thursday May 03, 2012
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Albany detectives arrested a 19-year-old Elk Street resident Wednesday night after an investigation revealed he allegedly broke into two city homes on two separate occassions.
Albany police arrested an 18-year-old resident for allegedly attempting to rob a man Wednesday night on Ontario Street.
Former Republican leader of the New York Senate Joseph Bruno will be back in federal court Thursday afternoon, where NEWS10 has learned he could face new federal charges.
With prom season and graduation right around the corner, students at Colonie Central High School are sharing a message with their community: Don't drink and drive, you will get nailed.
The Shenendehowa School District is releasing results Thursday of its study on student drinking rates.
An Albany market owner was sentenced to State Prison on Thursday for food stamp fraud.
A Rensselaer man plead guilty on Thursday to breaking into homes and stealing credit cards.
A former DARE officer and former Albany police officer pleaded guilty Thursday to sexual abusing a minor, Albany County District Attorney David Soares says.
The Capital District Ambulance Service is accused of unlawfully storing medical waste.
Results from Albany County's Operation Hang Up are in.
With deer populations on the rise, motorists are advised to be careful on the roads.