Albany News Updates Provided by News 10
Monday May 21, 2012
A 2-year-old boy's babysitter has been arrested in Fultonville after sheriff's deputies say the child went missing under her care.
Buckle up, or get a ticket. That's the message from State Police Monday morning, as the state's "Click it or Ticket" campaign kicks off.
Two high schools in the Capital Region, Guilderland High School and Shenendehowa High School, have made an annual list of "America's Best High Schools" released by the Daily Beast.
Police in Albany arrested two men in Albany for gun possession on Friday following a search warrant on Sheridan Avenue.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo says new ethics and lobbying regulatory board he created needs some changes after the Senate's deputy majority leader was publicly identified as the subject of a preliminary case review.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo says it's impossible to raise the minimum wage this year because of legislative politics. But advocates for the poor say he can force a change administratively.
A local elementary school student has helped bring in $250 for her school's D.A.R.E. program.
Several New York-based Catholic organizations are joining a nationwide court challenge to a government mandate requiring most employers to provide birth control coverage as part of their employee health plans.
Authorities say a man plunged over Niagara Falls and survived, only the third known time someone has gone over without a safety device and survived.
The City of Troy announced a water main break in North Troy on Monday.
As temperatures warm up, there was a push by a state lawmaker Monday to protect students from extreme heat in the classroom.
A Saratoga Springs middle school teacher was arraigned on Friday for allegedly attempting sexual behavior with a student.
The Delmar man convicted of the ax murder of his father was denied for a rehearing.
A new basketball court opened on Monday in the Berkshires to honor a high school student that died.
The Joe Bruno Stadium exit sign to DeFreestville was vandalized.
Graduating into debt and student loans hit an all-time high. At one trillion dollars, student loan debt has passed credit card and auto loan debt. What's more worrisome is the rising rate of default on student loans.
The mother and aunt of the 26- year old shot Sunday afternoon on Clinton Avenue in Albany is now speaking out.
On Monday night Colonie Police confirmed a fatal hit-and-run accident.
A Colonie Tae Kwon Do teacher accused of having child porn was in court on Monday.
SCHENECTADY, N.Y.--Since 2007, the Schenectady County Sheriff says there have been 500 shot complaints in the city alone, prompting officials to begin a gun-buy back program. The program will begin June