Albany News Updates Provided by News 10
Monday May 07, 2012
Albany and the Capital Region will be in the national spotlight Tuesday when President Obama visits UAlbany's College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering to speak on the economy.
Police in Albany say they arrested a 21-year-old early Saturday morning for allegedly hosting at party with over 200 people in attendance at her boyfriend's home and serving alcohol to minors.
Travelers with flights that depart from or arrive at Albany International Airport between 11 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. on Tuesday, May 8, 2012 may encounter delays on access roads at and around the airport during the arrival and departure of Air Force One.
Charges have been dropped against the 20 Occupy protestors who were arrested during demonstrations in Albany last week.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo wants to write a book.
The New York State Police have arrested 19-year-old from Troy after he allegedly started a structure fire on Route 7 in Pittstown early Saturday morning.
A Gloversville man was arrested for allegedly stealing products from his employer and selling them on eBay.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo says he and lawmakers are considering legislation to end what he calls the troubled history of the New York Racing Association.
Albany detectives arrested a woman a Friday for burglarizing a Liebel Street home in January.
Athens police arrested a resident for damaging grave markers at the Athens Rural Cemetery.
Tech Valley High School Principal Dan Liebert was one of the select few who received a ticket to President Obama's speech in Albany on Tuesday.
New York State Senator Chuck Schumer spoke on Monday about President Obama's visit to the Capital Region.
The University at Albany's Maria Dolores Cimini was one of fourteen people honored at the White House as Champions of Change on Monday.
On Monday three separate pray vigils were held in Albany, Troy, and Schenectady.
Tulips are still present in Albany as Tulip Festival nears.
The Mohawk Hudson Humane Society celebrated an increase in animal adoptions on their 125th anniversary.
On Monday New York Senator Chuck Schumer called for a pedestrian friendly walkway that would link Albany to Rensselaer.
On Monday State Police started the annual Operation Spring Brake initiative.
The FBI and Vermont investigators are searching a northern Vermont landfill trying to find remains of a missing Vermont couple.
The $4.6 billion dollar facility in Malta, known as Global Foundries, is responsible for employing 1,300 people and revolutionizing the technology field when it comes to micro-chips.