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Monday July 09, 2012
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Part two of the trial involving the 18-year-old murder of a Rensselaer County woman is set to begin Monday morning.
A 17-year-old Columbia County teen was killed Monday morning after he apparently drove his bicycle into the path of an oncoming car.
A man was taken into custody by deputies in Fulton County after a fire at a home in the town of Mayfield Sunday night.
A former school bus driver for the Corinth School District who was accused of putting duct tape on the mouth of a child with special needs was sentenced Monday morning.
Jury selection is underway for the re-trial of former Troy Councilman Michael LoPorto in Rensselaer County Court on Monday.
Police say a 23-year-old swimmer on Lake George died shortly after suddenly crying out for help.
The home of the New England Patriots is going smoke free.
The Saratoga Springs Police Department says 13 arrests were made and more than 50 traffic citations issued this past weekend for the three-day Phish concert.
Albany Police say they have arrested a 23-year-old man for exposing himself and masturbating at two separate locations in the city last month.
Philadelphia Eagles running back Dion Lewis and his brother were arrested in Albany early Saturday morning, police say.
Drivers of two vehicles were sent to Albany Medical Center after a crash that occurred in Selkirk Monday morning.
U.S. Senator Charles Schumer is urging airlines to open direct flights from Albany to west coast hubs.
Massachusetts gas prices are up two cents a gallon after 11 straight weeks of dropping prices.
Gov, Andrew Cuomo has signed a new law intended to curb online bullying or harassment of students.
The Bennington Police and Fire Departments are investigating an incident involving volatile chemicals.
Hudson Police Chief Ellis Richardson says in his 27 years in law enforcement, he has never seen a case quite like the stolen flags at Cedar Park Cemetery.