Albany News Updates Provided by News 10
Wednesday May 09, 2012
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A Chicopee man told police that he set fire to several Berkshire County buildings because he considered them eyesores.
The party's over for the Whitney Gala, a mainstay on the Saratoga racing season's black-tie circuit for decades.
A 125-mile stretch of the Erie Canal from the Albany area to central New York is closed because of high water levels caused by heavy rains.
Police in a Hudson Valley town say a 5½-foot-long Burmese Python has been found in the parking lot of a pizzeria.
Scenes for a HBO film, "Muhammad Ali's Greatest Fight," are being shot in downtown Albany Thursday and Friday.
ALBANY, N.Y. - One day after President Obama's visit, more than 300 middle and high school students from across New York State will receive an inside look at the College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering
The head of the state agency responsible for the care of 126,000 disabled New Yorkers says they are seeking to fire nearly 200 employees with "substantiated allegations of abuse."
Audible testing of alarms used in a dam emergency or dam failure is taking place in Schoharie County Wednesday.
It is hard to miss the four area billboards on I-90 for The Extraordinary Project, the effort of one local man to make a difference.
A coalition of upstate New York landowners seeking to lease land for natural gas drilling is pressing state officials to consider the rights of property owners as they make decisions on shale gas development.
A third year of dredging for PCBs has begun on the upper Hudson River.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo says he didn't discuss the effort to legalize gay marriage during his private conversations with President Barack Obama, and doesn't intend to push the issue.
President Barack Obama declared unequivocal support for gay marriage on Wednesday, becoming the first president to endorse the politically explosive idea and injecting a polarizing issue into the 2012 race for the White...
Michelle Duffey, a spokeswoman for the Attorney General's office tells NEWS10 investigators are at Saratoga Nissan in Ballston Spa on Wednesday, along with State Police and DMV Officials, investigating possible consumer fraud.
Will Americans buy a Chinese smartphone?