Albany News Updates Provided by News 10
Friday June 01, 2012
Gov. Deval Patrick is heading to western and central Massachusetts to tour a tornado recovery site and attend a ceremony commemorating the passage of 1 year since a devastating storm destroyed lives and livelihoods in the region.
A year after a tornado downed its steeple, The First Church of Monson Congregational is rebounding.
A court in New York says it's no longer slander to falsely call someone gay because it's not something society sees as negative anymore.
A former Holyoke middle school teacher on probation for having a sex with a 15-year-old student has been jailed for 18 months for having contact with the teenager in violation of her probation conditions.
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A 15-year-old girl has died from injuries suffered when the minivan she was riding in crashed and overturned on a road in the eastern Adirondacks last month.
A 26-year-old Albany man is recovering after his sport utility vehicle slipped off a jack and pinned him while he worked under the SUV.
The Troy Police Department says they will be holding a briefing in regards to the arrest of a Troy Police Officer Friday morning in New York City.
Due to the Freihofer's Run for Women in Albany, there are a number of road closures and parking restrictions in effect for June 1st and 2nd.
As more than 200 million travelers start their summer trips, the TSA wants to remind people of a few changes to airport security screening.
The New York State Department of Health has received word that two persons who stayed at the Best Western Sovereign Hotel during May 2012 were diagnosed with Legionnaires' disease.
The Adirondack Exteme Adventure Course officially announces that Algonquin Middle School, in Averill Park, is the winner of its "Zip It" anti-bullying campaign.
Her state police colleagues say the trooper who died last week in an on-duty crash squeezed all the joy she could out of life and was a quick-to-learn, effective trooper.
State and federal officials are giving an update on cleanup efforts near the site of a former factory in Bennington.
The Niskayuna Community Foundation, an affiliate of The Community Foundation for the Greater Capital Region, surprised two Niskayuna High School teachers Friday by presenting them with the Murray Award for Excellence in Education.
On Second and Lake, one block from Livingston Park, Albany police confiscated two stolen guns.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo says his grand plan for the nation's largest convention center at Aqueduct race track has been scrapped.