Albany News Updates Provided by News 10
Tuesday August 07, 2012
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Some pricey thoroughbreds up for sale in Saratoga Springs Monday and Tuesday night during the annual sales event at Fasig-Tipton.
Democratic U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand and Republican challenger Wendy Long have agreed to debate a few weeks before the November election.
New York officials are continuing crackdowns on synthetic drugs with new health department rules aimed at sellers. That comes as lawsuits proceed against a dozen shops accused of falsely labeling substances that are used as stimulants or hallucinogens.
Police say a 6-year-old girl was pulled out of a lake after boaters spotted her clinging to a dead woman's body in suburban New York.
A Troy Police Officer came to the rescue of an elderly handicapped woman who became trapped inside her burning home Tuesday morning.
State police say two 14-year-old boys have been arrested for allegedly stealing from and vandalizing the shrine at the Catholic Church of the Immaculate Conception in New Lebanon.
No surprise for Northeast residents sweating out the summer after a winter barely touching their snow shovels: this is the hottest year on record in the region so far.
The retired comptroller of the Troy Housing Authority took home $207,000 in inappropriate payments while collecting a public pension in apparent violation of state law, among other financial problems, according to a report released Tuesday by State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli.
State police say they have arrested an employee of a summer recreational program in the Town of Kinderhook for allegedly sexually assaulting a young girl who was attending the program.
A Cohoes man has been sentenced to 1 2/3 to 5 years in State Prison for felony DWI. 33-year old Jeremy Cannaday also faces license revocation, mandatory Ignition Interlock Device for 3 years upon release from custody, as well as $1,520 in fines and surcharges.
The Warren County Sheriff's office is getting a clearer picture of what happened Monday afternoon during a deadly domestic dispute on Bay Road in Queensbury.
The Governor is cracking down on bath salts being sold in stores and the punishments that go along with it.