Albany News Updates Provided by News 10
Saturday July 07, 2012
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State Police arrested three people from different establishments during an underage drinking initiative in Saratoga County.
State Police arrested a man for fireworks possession and drinking drunk after he crashed his vehicle in Bethlehem on Saturday.
A man was stabbed after a domestic dispute in Rotterdam on Saturday.
The New York State Police Marine Patrol arrested a Scotia man on Friday for operating a boat drunk.
Glens Falls Police are asking for help to find an elderly man with Alzheimer's Disease.
Troy Police arrested a woman on Saturday after she allegedly stole a friend's car then crashed it and fled the scene.
The bloodiest battle fought on American soil before the Civil War is being remembered at Fort Ticonderoga.
Federal agents and local police are investigating the theft of 13 handguns during a smash-and-grab robbery at a gun store in Bennington, Vt.
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman says his office has reached a settlement with the New York City Health and Hospitals Corp. and the Jacobi Medical Center intended to protect all employees' rights to practice their religions.
Saturday was the first time Country Fest was held in Albany.
Pittsfield Police say a man survived after being struck by a train on Saturday morning.
A music festival was held in Troy on Saturday to raise money for troops overseas.
Authorities believe woodchucks' are to blame for damage at the Cedar Park Cemetery in Hudson.
More than 6,000 tickets were sold to this year's Countryfest, which was held in the Times Union Center for the first time.