Albany News Updates Provided by News 10
Wednesday June 20, 2012
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The heat won't stop the Tri-City ValleyCats from beginning their season Wednesday night.
A call from a concerned citizen to Troy Police Department led to a Leandra's Law arrest Tuesday which took an intoxicated driver and his two child passengers off the road.
Albany Police arrested a man Tuesday night for allegedly burglarizing a local bar earlier this month.
Tuesday, a Selkirk man pleaded guilty in Coeymans Town Court to stealing a car earlier this year.
Cheese maker Cabot Creamery has dropped the word "Vermont" from its label because of concerns over accuracy in advertising.
Due to extremely hot weather, the City of Albany spray pools will open Wednesday, June 20, and Thursday, June 21.
Four dead animals, including three dead dogs and one dead rabbit, were found in a Mayfield home Tuesday morning where an eviction was being served to the resident.
A self-employed contractor from Averill Park was arrested for the second time in a week, after a victim turned him in when seeing his first arrest.
New Yorkers getting a new driver's license may soon have to make a choice about whether to be an organ donor.
State police say a 70-year-old upstate New York man will now face a murder charge after the death of the younger brother he shot during an argument.
Jurors in the Vanderhorst murder trial returned to the Albany County court Wednesday morning to continue deliberations.
It's a simple concept, but the spray park on North 1st St. in Albany is not only a hit with kids, but parents too, who are looking for a safe, fun way for their children to cool off.
The small Fulton County school district of Oppenheim-Ephratah is facing even more budget cuts after residents Tuesday voted down their budget for a second time.
Two Republican senators say their chamber is set to consider casting the deciding vote on whether to limit disclosure of New York teacher evaluations only to parents.