Albany News Updates Provided by News 10
Monday May 14, 2012
Police in Albany tell NEWS10 two 16-year-olds were shot in the leg on Clinton Avenue late Sunday night.
The Albany County Sheriff's Department says they have arrested four people on drug charges at a methadone treatment clinic in Albany.
New York State Police say a Cobleskill village attorney has been arrested after an investigation revealed he was allegedly in possession of a stolen flat screen television.
The Vermont Attorney General's office has received approval to hire a special investigator to target child pornography cases.
A new poll shows most New York Republicans have yet to settle on a primary candidate to face Democratic Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand in the general election.
A day after New York's highest court ruled that simply viewing child pornography online wasn't against state law, some shocked lawmakers acted within 24 hours to introduce a bill to address it.
Shaker High School has been named one of the top high schools in the state and country, according to U.S. News & World Reports.
Police in Coeymans have arrested the owner of A-1 Auto on State Route 9W in Ravena, who is accused of having a vehicle repossessed that he did not sell or have a lien on.
A Saratoga woman now faces dozens of charges after allegedly driving her car into two houses Saturday night.
The Columbia County Sheriff's Office arrested a man on Saturday after he allegedly hit a woman with a shovel and golf club.
A charity that takes care of more than 1,000 retired racehorses is urging dismissal of a lawsuit by New York's attorney general, arguing its herd is doing well and its finances are sound.
A judge has declared a mistrial in the case against the son of former state Sen. Pedro Espada Jr.
A sex offender was sentenced on Friday for failing to update his registration information when he moved from Saratoga Springs to Maryland.
The Capital District Community Gardens was awarded $30,000 from the Conservation Partnership Program.
On Monday the New York State Senate acted on legislation that would protect remains of crime victims.
On Monday Albany Police announced the arrest of two teens for carrying loaded handguns in unrelated incidents over the weekend.
Officials say a months-old proposal to raise the minimum wage for millions of New Yorkers is dead.
Church Street in Amsterdam was closed for five hours on Sunday after a DWI accident.
The Town of Clifton Park received a $50,000 grant administered through the Capital District Transportation Committee.
Tuesday is the first round of budget votes for local school districts.
Gloversville Police arrested two men for crack cocaine possession on Friday.
The New York Racing Association appointed a new president and secretary.
Would you be willing to pay $500 or even $1,000 for someone else's abandoned belongings? Tonight @ 11 p.m. we'll take you inside the business of local storage auctions and see if anyone finds some hidden treasures.
An Albany man is accused of tying up his wife with dog leashes and assaulting her while children were nearby.