Albany News Updates Provided by News 10
Sunday August 12, 2012
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TROY, NY - At approximately 4:45 a.m. on August 12th, a fire was reported toward the rear of 3251 and 3253 Sixth Avenue in Troy. The Troy Fire Department worked for several hours and fully extinguished
One person was stabbed in Schenectady on Saturday night.
Warmer weather in early spring is spawning more generations of some butterflies in northern climes.
Apple orchards in parts of northern New England caught a break this spring when a frost hit but many orchards' flower buds had not opened enough to get wiped out.
Albany Police say the missing nine-year-old girl returned home early Sunday morning.
The Schodack Police Department reported that the missing man has been found deceased.
Movie goers were evacuated on Saturday evening from the Regal Cinemas Clifton Park Center 8 movie theater.
The USDA says crop production in 2012 for New York is expected to be mostly higher compared to last year.
New York state Sen. Ruben Diaz Sr. says the call made him cry.
New York officials say they're providing almost $16 million to 67 organizations around the state to help fight homelessness and provide housing.
A 53-year-old Washington County man has been sentenced to 30 days in jail for abandoning an elderly dog found along a rural road with its front legs, back legs and muzzle bound with duct tape.
A former state environment department employee has admitted calling telephone chat lines while on the job and paid $20,000 restitution to the state.
A national atheist organization is threatening to sue an eastern New York school district over two songs taught to elementary school children that mention God.
A judge has sentenced the wife of U.S. Rep. Maurice Hinchey to 60 days in jail for driving drunk and hitting another car while texting.
Fort Ticonderoga is hosting a conference about the history and ecology of its surrounding region, particularly Lake George and Lake Champlain.
Looking for a taste of rural life? Try New York City.
A 20-mile stretch of the Erie Canal in western New York will likely remain closed until Friday while work crews try to repair a collapsed section of wall.
The invasive beetle that has been decimating ash trees across New York has been found at a state campground in the Hudson Valley.
A former Tioga County jail guard who was caught on tape beating a prisoner has pleaded guilty to civil rights violations.
New York state has raided its attic and found American history.
Racing fans lined up for the second giveaway of the season at the Saratoga Race Course on Sunday.
A tractor trailer and personal car accident in Richmondville on Sunday afternoon is under investigation.