Albany News Updates Provided by News 10
Friday June 15, 2012
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Urgent Health Alert for residents in the Village of Whitehall from the Whitehall Police Department: All users of the village water system are advised to boil water until further notice.
State police say a dropped cell phone is to thank for identifying the suspect of a home burglary in Saratoga County on Thursday.
The Rotterdam Police Department says a man, who went by a false name and ran a false vehicle repossession business, has been arrested for scheming several town residents out of thousands of dollars.
About 500 dogs of all shapes and sizes will be at the Altamont Fairgrounds this weekend for the Canine Performance Events National Agility Championship.
The New York State Police say a Coxsackie-Athens School District teacher has been arrested after a month-long investigation into a reported physical altercation between the teacher and a student while on a school bus.
SPCA officers have rescued a total of 20 animals from a storage unit in Duanesberg on Thursday.
A good-government advocate says he applauds Gov. Andrew Cuomo's plan to stick to an open government rule in New York's constitution as the state Legislature's session draws to a close.
Authorities say they're looking for the driver of a car that struck a 6-year-old girl after fleeing the scene of a shooting on a Utica street.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce sees a strong enough present and future in New York to rank it 10th among the nation's most "enterprising states."
The Rensselaer County Sheriff's Office has arrested four Hoosic Valley High School students for allegedly vandalizing the school property with hateful graffiti.
The New York State Thruway Authority announced that 12,692 tickets were issued by state police to motorists for seatbelt violations throughout the 14-day statewide "Buckle Up New York" campaign.
The man wanted in connection with Tuesday morning's domestic incident has turned himself in, police in Scotia say.
For the seventh time in eight years, the record for catching the largest brook trout in New York state was recently broken, state Department of Environmental Conservation announced Friday.
Three people have been arrested in connection with a Thursday home invasion in Cohoes that sparked an hours-long standoff and left an elderly man injured.
A Pittstown town justice has ruled that two dogs that viciously attacked a man there Tuesday must be euthanized.
John Batease broke down in tears in the Schenectady County Court room Friday afternoon as he pled guilty to first degree manslaughter regarding the death of 20-month-old Asiah Maxam last June inside the child's mother's Schenectady home.