Albany News Updates Provided by News 10
Sunday May 27, 2012
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Senator Charles E. Schumer called on U.S. airlines to allow families with children to sit together in consecutive seats without having to pay a premium for an aisle or window seat assignment.
Neighbors in Arbor Hill are concerned for safety after a shooting on Saturday.
New York's 700 school districts are working to meet a deadline for having a state approved teacher evaluation process in place.
The suits have knocked off the superheroes at the box office.
Memorial Day weekend marks the official opening of Vermont's Long Trial and other paths maintained by the Green Mountain Club.
A Memorial Day ceremony marking the 80th anniversary of the Purple Heart medal is set for New York's Hudson Valley.
A new set of national rankings finds New England to be a relatively bike-friendly region, with five of the region's six states scoring in the top half among states nationwide.
Stockholders of Texas-based oil giant ExxonMobil are set to vote Wednesday on a proposed company policy to ban discrimination against gay or transgender workers, a resolution pushed by New York Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli.
A study says summer drought in New England is unlikely despite a warm winter and little snow that sent far less water than usual tumbling into streams and rivers.
Vermont is among a handful of states looking to shore up revenues without raising taxes by making sure that current tax laws are enforced fully.
The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation conducted a backpacking and hiking safety seminar on Saturday.
This Memorial Day weekend marks the beginning of Albany's anti-violence campaign.
A dedication ceremony was held in Rensselaer on Sunday for the town's new veteran's memorial garden.
The Washington County Sheriff's Office arrested an Argyle man for crashing his vehicle while driving drunk with his child in the car.
Schenectady Police are investigating a shooting at the Harmony Banquet Hall and West Indian Restaurant on Sunday evening.