Albany News Updates Provided by News 10
Tuesday May 08, 2012
President Barack Obama will be speaking at the UAlbany's college of Nanoscale Science and Engineering Tuesday, but with the excitement of his visit, comes a traffic headache, both in the air and on the roads.
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The Pittsfield Police Department's Patrol and Animal Control Units responded to multiple calls involving an aggressive fox on Friday night and Saturday morning.
Motorists in the Albany area can expect delays Tuesday, May 8, because of the temporary closing of Exit 24 of the New York State Thruway.
President Obama travels to the College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering's (CNSE) NanoTech Complex in Albany to call on Congress to act on a "To Do List" that will create jobs and help restore middle class security, the White House announced Tuesday morning, an hour before Air Force One is expected to touch down.
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Gov. Andrew Cuomo has praised President Barack Obama's leadership as the two men toured the College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering in Albany Tuesday, created out of a partnership with private enterprise and bipartisanship.
The Montgomery County Sheriff's Office says they responded to the county Department of Social Services and arrested a man who allegedly threatened to bomb the building after being denied services.
The City of Albany has announced road closures, parking restrictions and shuttle bus information for this weekend's Tulip Festival
Albany police say they have arrested a Cohoes man Monday for forcing a woman behind a building at gunpoint and raping her.
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - Former New York Gov. George Pataki is criticizing President Barack Obama's economic record as the president heads to a high-tech facility in Albany to promote job creation proposals.Obama
The New York State Thruway Authority says it is closing E-Z Pass walk-in centers in Albany, Syracuse, and north of Buffalo on Grand Island.
Crews are set to begin a third year of dredging PCBs from the upper Hudson River.
Troy police say they are searching for the man who robbed the HSBC Bank on 2nd Avenue in Troy Tuesday morning.
One man has been hospitalized after being shot on Lexington Avenue in Albany, city police said Tuesday night.
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New York State Police say a dropped fuel tank from a tractor-trailer is the reason for major traffic delays on I-87's northbound lanes Tuesday night.
Four-year-old Elias Prodger set up his own personal airport while he and his father Darren Prodger wait to see Air Force One arrive in Albany Tuesday.
The Rensselaer County Legislature voted to approve a Mandate Mayday Resolution to draw attention to the fiscal damage created by unfunded state and federal mandates.
Many people only hoped to catch a glimpse of President Obama Tuesday, but once Air Force One landed in Albany, one Niskayuna man got more than just a look, he got a handshake and exchanged a few words with him.