Albany News Updates Provided by News 10
Friday May 11, 2012
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A tractor trailer and car accident on Friday in Guilderland closed part of Rte 20 E&W at I-87 (Adirondack Northway). The crash happened at 10:50 a.m.
A Troy man pleaded guilty on Friday to forcible rape after his DNA was identified three years later.
The owner of Saratoga Winners Akiva Daniel Abraham began his prison term on Friday for arson fraud.
The black bear found in a Schenectady tree on Thursday was released into the woods on Friday.
Two molecular biologists are being awarded the annual Albany Medical Center Prize in Medicine and Biomedical Research.
Sen. Bernie Sanders says that 15 rural post offices slated to close in Vermont will stay open, but will have reduced hours under a U.S. Postal Service proposal.
An elderly Manhattan couple whose car became stuck near their wooded Catskills vacation home has died after making nine fruitless attempts to make a cell phone call for help and after the woman searched in vain for a neighbor.
Delaware County Sheriff's Deputies arrested a Hamden man on Thursday for alleged sexual relations with several underage victims.
Wildlife officers say a black bear that was shot with tranquilizer darts and tumbled from a tree in Schenectady is doing well and will be released in the Catskills.
The business group formed to support Gov. Andrew Cuomo's policies and now Albany's biggest lobbying force says it's filing disclosure records press accounts had shown were overdue.
New York Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli says his shareholder proposal for Dominion Resources to name an independent committee to review its nuclear safety practices has been defeated.
An extra, lengthy stop to screen Amtrak trains running between Montreal and Manhattan could soon be eliminated.
Massachusetts has received $33.7 million to help fund 11 community health centers across the state.
New York state officials are providing $25 million to help fund more than 18,000 summer jobs statewide for needy teens.
A former Corinth school bus driver was found guilty for endangering the welfare of a child on Friday.
Albany County Sheriffs arrested two Troy subjects on drug charges on Friday.
Brook Road in Saratoga Springs was closed temporarily on Friday morning after a personal injury accident.
New York State Police arrested a beer truck driver for driving intoxicated on I-87 on Thursday.
Police in Saratoga Springs arrested a man after he appeared to have shot himself on Thursday.
A four-year-old boy was struck by a car in Saratoga on Friday.
Washington County Sheriffs arrested a Middle Granville man on Monday for burglarizing the Chapman's General Store in April.
Two subjects were arrested for drugs on Thursday after Troy Police and New York State Police conducted an undercover investigation.
Albany detectives arrested a city resident on Thursday night for robbing a Rite Aid and pepper spraying the store clerk.
New York Congressman Bill Owens says he'll pay back more than $22,000 to the sponsor of a trip he and his wife took to Taiwan.
Here are some of the top events going on this weekend!
Guernsey's Schoharie Nursery reopened on Friday after it was damaged during Hurricane Irene and Lee.
A World Wrestling Entertainment star "The Miz" spoke to Schenectady students on Friday about bullying.
Some say the magazine cover crosses a line and others say it's entirely up to the mother and she shouldn't be judged.