Albany News Updates Provided by News 10
Saturday May 12, 2012
SCHENECTADY, NY. – Light's, camera, action; again. An HBO film crew is now joining the list of movie makers that have used the Capital Region as backdrop. The crew turned N. Front Street and N. College
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At approximately 11:57 p.m. Friday, troopers from Troop G in Loudonville responded to a report of an automobile accident, with a vehicle blocking traffic, on I-787 in the City of Albany.
The New York State Police and the New York State Forest Rangers are searching for a missing Greenwich man.
The woman supervising a four-year-old child that was struck by a car in the Town of Saratoga on Friday was arrested.
Natural gas companies say about half of their lease holdings in the lucrative Marcellus Shale region in New York state will be off-limits or inaccessible thanks to all the restrictions in proposed state regulations and local bans.
Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band will bring the Wrecking Ball Tour to Massachusetts, including his second performance at the world's oldest baseball park in Boston.
A man has been convicted of fatally shooting another man during a confrontation in Port Jervis.
Officials from the Nuclear Regulatory Commission will be in Vermont later this month to talk about their annual safety assessment of the Vermont Yankee nuclear plant.
A US Airways flight from Philadelphia to Albany, N.Y. landed safely after the crew reported smoke in the cockpit.
The first ever Spring Capital Region Heart Walk was held at The Crossings in Colonie on Saturday.
Emily Finnegan was named the 2012 Tulip Queen in Albany on Saturday.
Hundreds of people were in Albany's Washington Park on Saturday for the annual Tulip Festival.
A building on South Swan Street in Albany engulfed in flames on Saturday night.