Albany News Updates Provided by News 10
Monday June 25, 2012
Five things to see on News10.com this morning!
The Capital District Transportation Authority, the Schenectady County District Attorney, and the city of Schenectady will partner to step up safety and security measures that will benefit the community
Federal workplace safety investigators are looking into the death of a Schenectady restaurant co-owner, who died after his head became wedged in the kitchen dumbwaiter
The New York Racing Association announced the giveaways for the 2012 meet at Saratoga Race Course on Monday.
Police in Albany say a driver and his two passengers were arrested for possessing a handgun, after being pulled over for failing to use his turn signal.
Albany High School has named a new interim principal Monday morning.
The College of Saint Rose announced Monday that it will make standardized college entrance examinations optional for admission starting next fall.
New York's attorney general says investors in four funds that lost more than $1.2 billion in Wall Street swindler Bernard Madoff's Ponzi scheme will receive $405 million in payouts over the next three years.
A Gloversville man has been arrested after police responded to the report of disorderly conduct taking place at his home.
The Tri-City ValleyCats are inviting all dogs to the annual Bark in the Park night on Monday.
The New York State Comptroller says an audit by his office has resulted in felony charges and demands for reimbursement by special education contractors.
A 43-year-old Saratoga Springs woman was arrested on Saturday for allegedly driving drunk, making it her seventh driving while intoxicated arrest.
Another set of primary elections will be held in New York Tuesday for our Congressional seats.
An accident in Niskayuna has closed Union Street eastbound and caused a utility pole to be replaced.
Local veterans will visit the World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C. thanks to community support.
Union Street in Niskayuna reopened after an accident closed it for several hours on Monday.
Two people were sent to the hospital after a serious crash Monday night in the Town of Guilderland, authorities on scene said.
Everyday children and adults dig through the shelves at the Guilderland Public Library. The library says the community has outgrown the space.