Albany News Updates Provided by News 10
Friday June 29, 2012
The Mohawk and Hudson River Humane Society seized 33 dogs from a farm in Mayfield on Thursday, where the dogs had been staying since being removed from another Mayfield home the week before.
GREENPORT, NY. - Authorities are searching for the man police say caused a massive wreck and then fled in Columbia County. Four people were sent to the hospital with injuries from the crash that happened
A 20-year-old Troy man is being charged with attempted murder for a shooting that occurred in Albany last May.
Attorney General Eric Schneiderman's Office says the former leader of a prominent abortion-rights group spent charitable funds on shopping sprees, a Hamptons vacation rental, fine dining, high-end hotels and other personal luxuries.
New York State Police in Fonda are thanking Montgomery County businesses for their support in preventing underage drinking which was indicated in the 100% compliance in the law.
Two Albany teens have been arrested for possessing handguns, police say.
An Albany man was apprehended in Maryland Thursday on arrest warrants for his ex-girlfriend and another pregnant woman.
Friday, U.S. Senators Charles E. Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand, and U.S. Representative Paul Tonko announced the passage of "Jason's Law" to increase safety at truck stops.
He became the first African-American police chief in Schenectady's history when named to the position by then-Mayor Brian Stratton in September 2008.
A public hearing on Friday night will discuss changing liquor store hours during holidays in Rensselaer County.
Whitehall Police arrested two suspects accused of removing scrap metal near railroad property on Wednesday.
Police arrested a man after a car chase resulted in a crash in North Greenbush on Friday morning.
A 15-year-old male appeared in family court on Friday for leading State Police on a car chase through Columbia County that ended with four people injured.
There are many ways to ensure safety during a thunderstorm.
Starting Sunday, Albany County restaurants will have to post their health inspection grades for customers.
The Schenectady JCC outdoor pool reopens on Saturday.
State health officials say West Nile virus has been detected in a second mosquito sample, this one in western Massachusetts.
Investigators are looking into what caused a fire in East Greenbush on Friday.
The law will now prioritize funding to address the shortage of parking for commercial vehicles on national highways.