Albany News Updates Provided by News 10
Tuesday July 03, 2012
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The Manchester Police Department in Vermont is investigating a car/pedestrian crash that occurred on Monday in which a 17-year-old Latham male was airlifted to Albany Medical Center.
Vermont U.S. Sen. Patrick Leahy is renewing his fascination with the Caped Crusader by appearing in a scene in the next Batman movie, `The Dark Knight Rises,' which will get its first public showing in Vermont.
New York officials have added broad warnings against eating any fish caught in areas with visible blooms of blue-green algae in the latest lengthy edition of cautions against contaminants in sport-fish.
The police chief in Bennington, Vt., has been honored by the American Legion.
The Schenectady Police Department says a man acting erratically on the street was Tasered and arrested early Monday morning.
It's time to celebrate! The Fourth of July is just one day away and the New York State Office of General Services is setting up for Wednesday's fireworks shows and events.
The Rensselaer County Sheriff's Office says a Poestenkill man was arrested Monday after he attacked his son with two kitchen knives.
Road closures and parking prohibitions for the Fourth of July festivities at the Empire State Plaza in Albany.
An East Greenbush man was arrested in Saratoga Springs early Sunday morning for allegedly striking a police horse.
As of July 1st WTEN's sub channel 10.3 will no longer be airing Retro TV (RTV), we are pleased to announce our new channel, The Live Well Network. The Live Well Network airs programming dedicated to
Final numbers are in for Tropical Storm Irene's recovery efforts in Albany County, but some local representatives say parts of the county are a long way from full recovery.
The Warren County Sheriff's Department says a man was the victim of a gang assault after the suspects thought he stole their beer.
Partial building collapse in Albany: The Albany Fire Department is on the scene of a reported partial building collapse in the city's South End.
Court documents say a 49-year-old Vermont man beat his 80-year-old mother to death at their East Poultney home because he thought she was possessed and he was "casting out the devil."
A seven-month old child was hospitalized Tuesday after authorities said a car struck the baby's stroller, authorities in Columbia County said.
A ten year Rensselaer County employee is accused of stealing from the health department.