Albany News Updates Provided by News 10
Saturday June 16, 2012
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New York officials say state police issued tickets to nearly 12,700 motorists during a recent two-week seat belt enforcement campaign.
New York conservation officials say there's a new record for the biggest brook trout caught in state waters, with a five-pound, 14-ounce fish caught last month in the lower Adirondacks.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo and New York's legislative leaders say they have final approval for a cyber-bullying awareness and reporting bill.
New York parents will be able to see for the first time the job evaluations of the teachers who instruct their children under a deal expected soon.
Anita Weston waited a long time to graduate from high school - a little more than a half century - but she finally got her place in a Vermont high school's commencement ceremony.
The City of Troy organized a gun buyback program on Saturday.
State Police at Livingston on Wednesday arrested Dakota Morre, age 17, of 2048 County Route 8, Elizaville, for Criminal Mischief 4th.
The third annual Pet-A-Palooza was held on Saturday at Curtis Lumber locations.
State Police at Livingston on Thursday arrested Scott Sheak, age 39, of 48 County Route 14, Hudson, for Felony DWI.
Two Albany bars have teamed up to crackdown on underage drinking.