Albany News Updates Provided by News 10
Tuesday June 19, 2012
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Jurors in the Vanderhorst murder trial will return to Albany County court this morning to continue deliberations
It looks like New York lawmakers will have to wait until the fall session to reach an agreement on who will have access to teacher evaluations
U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer is asking Google Maps to blur out images of people in its newest data collection, which includes photographs from planes.
Police in Troy raided a city home, arresting the resident, early Tuesday morning after an ongoing investigation into illegal activity in the home.
The Democrat-led Assembly says it expects to pass Gov. Andrew Cuomo's last-minute bill to restrict public disclosure of teacher evaluations only to parents.
The National Weather Service forecast potentially record-breaking hot weather just as the summer officially starts on Wednesday.
Area organizations have taken steps to help residents beat the heat over the next several days and have volunteered their facilities as cooling stations. The cooling stations will provide relief from the intense heat blanketing the area by providing air conditioning as well as drinking water. Each location will be open Wednesday, June 20 & Thursday, June 21.
New York's Senate is voting to prohibit the use of welfare debit cards to buy cigarettes, alcohol, gambling and strip clubs.
A Vermont police department says a deer spent 10 to 15 minutes inside a Barre convenience store after crashing through a window.
According to spokesperson Michael Fraser, officials will make the announcement during a public meeting Tuesday evening.
With a vote of 625 to 390, the budget passed with the supermajority it needed.