Albany News Updates Provided by News 10
Thursday May 24, 2012
25-year old Nikkolaus McCarthy pleaded guilty to misdemeanor charge of reckless driving during an appearance Wednesday afternoon in Ravena Village Court, the Albany County District Attorney's office said.
Troy city councilman Mark McGrath is pushing for the city's street crimes unit to be reinstated, in hopes of getting a more aggressive hold on violence.
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A new push today to keep drunk drivers and dangerous drivers in general, off the roads
There is a statewide hotline in place right now for the prom and high school graduation season to help keep young drivers off the road if they've been drinking
Being called "mommy porn," 50 Shades of Grey
is a sexually explicit book trilogy that has became a hit with women all over the world, and is particularly special for one young local couple.
Police in Albany are searching for the man they say stabbed a 23-year-old that was walking home from work early Thursday morning.
The Rensselaer County Law Enforcement Association invites the public to attend a memorial ceremony of past fallen Rensselaer County Law Enforcement Association Members.
One man has been arrested in Waterford after police say he became combative with them Wednesday evening.
The historic upstate New York hotel where harsh-talking celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay filmed an episode for his new reality show is being put up for auction.
Police in Schenectady say they are investigating a fatal single-vehicle motorcycle accident that occurred early Thursday morning.
The New York National Guard held a somber reminder on Thursday of why this holiday weekend is about more than barbecues and the unofficial kickoff to summer.
A list of Memorial Day parades, services, and observances going on in the area this weekend.
An Albany man who pleaded guilty in April to breaking into apartments and stealing money from elderly residents will be sentenced in Albany County Court Thursday.
The Red Cross has tips for people to grill safely this Memorial Day weekend.
A ribbon cutting ceremony on Friday will launch the reopening of Broadway Brew Biergarten in Troy.
A Ballston Spa man faces prison time for driving drunk on an ATV with a child on board.
A candlelight vigil for a Mechanicville teen that was killed in a car accident will be held Thursday night.
On Thursday officials announced the Whitney M. Young, Jr. Health Services in Albany is using a digital connection to better care for patients.
A judicial censure for Albany County District Attorney David Soares.
Gas prices continue to decline nationwide.
New York racing regulators have indefinitely suspended a New Jersey-based harness horse trainer, saying he illegally drugged horses in nearly 700 races since 2010 and committed more than 1,700 violations.
HALFMOON, N.Y. – Two days after the tragic wreck that took the life of 19-year-old Taylor Mosher and seriously injured 45-year-old Thomas Czaban the community is trying to come to terms with the loss.
The Albany law firm Martin, Harding & Mazzotti announced they will offer free cab rides on Memorial Day.
The man who led police on a 50 mile motorcycle chase in 20 minutes along the Northway was released from jail after three weeks and News10 got the exclusive interview.