Albany News Updates Provided by News 10
Sunday July 08, 2012
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WILTON, NY - 28-year-old Justin K. Morris of 170 Parkhurst Road died after the tree he was attempting to use for a homemade zip line fell on top of him. The Saratoga County Sheriff's Office says Morris
MILTON, NY - A 14-year-old female was struck and killed by a drunk driver at 8:33 p.m. Saturday night. Sheriff deputies say 21-year-old Gavin J. Staulters of 1021 Rock City Road was traveling southbound
GLOVERSVILLE, NY - Amy L. Richardson and Joshua T. Hickok were arrested for disorderly conduct after causing a public disturbance in front of 21 Carpenter Street at around 12:20 a.m. on July 8th. Police
Four people were provided with emergency aid after an apartment fire in Troy on Sunday morning.
A 47-year-old Vermont man is facing charges for allegedly shooting and killing his dog.
A woman is seriously burned after saving a baby from an apartment fire in Troy Sunday morning.
Warren County Sheriffs report a Chestertown man was arrested and charged with Aggravated Driving While Intoxicated late Saturday night on Atateka Drive in the Town of Chester as the result of a one car property damage accident.
National Grid is working to restore power in parts of Amsterdam and the Town of Florida.
State Police confirm a fatal motorcycle accident in Schodack on Sunday.
On June 30, five local Girl Scouts, their leaders, and ten family members had an amazing time and created memories for a lifetime when they attended the Tri-City Valley Cats Scout Night at "The Joe" (Joseph L. Bruno Stadium in Troy).
A Saratoga Skydiving Adventures student was airlifted to the hospital after a hard landing on Sunday.
A boil water advisory goes into effect for the Village of Whitehall at 11:00 p.m. on Sunday.
Heat did not stop runners at the 35th
Annual Boilermaker race in Utica on Sunday.
CSEA – New York's leading union - is ramping up its "Don't Zone Out" distracted driving campaign this summer to increase public awareness about New York's "move over law" and help save lives.