Albany News Updates Provided by News 10
Saturday July 28, 2012
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SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. - Police are seeking information regarding a male subject found unconscious, unresponsive and not breathing at 3:24 a.m. on July 28th. 28-year-old Matthew Stedman was found down
New York tax officials have ruled that yoga studios should be spared from sales taxes because the popular form of exercise is predominantly a spiritual practice.
At least 16 houses have been declared uninhabitable in the aftermath of a tornado strike in Elmira.
Visitors to the Erie Canalway Trail this summer shouldn't be surprised if they're approached by college students with survey forms.
New York Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli has named a new chief investment officer for the $150 billion pension fund for state and local government employees.
Vermont has a new Facebook page devoted to fishing.
SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. - Elizabeth J. Lorman, of the Jefferson Terrace housing complex in Saratoga Springs, was arrested on July 27th for Criminal Possession of Controlled Substances. Lorman's residence
Gov. Andrew Cuomo is clever, artful, and funny - but all of that's a secret.
Two Troy parents were arrested after police say they were caught stealing baby formula with their infant on Friday.
Saratoga Springs Police arrested a man after he allegedly struck his ex-girlfriends new boyfriend with a metal pipe.
The Powers Park Concert in Troy is canceled for Saturday, July 28 due to inclement weather.
A Schenectady man is accused of assaulting an off-duty New York State Trooper in Saratoga Springs early Saturday morning.
Some of the best breweries in the northeast were in Troy on Saturday for the annual Capital Region Craft Brewers Festival.
The Festival of Writers and Authors was held Saturday at the Conkling Hall Rensselaerville Library.
A registered sex offender has been charged for allegedly having sexual contact with a disabled man in the Town of Northumberland.
Students and parents at Broadalbin-Perth High School raised nearly $20,000 themselves in an effort to reinstate their fall junior varsity sports teams.
Hannaford supermarkets advises customers not to eat a specified cantaloupe after it was recalled.
Two arrests were made on Saturday night from a June shooting in South Glens Falls.