Albany News Updates Provided by News 10
Friday August 17, 2012
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Friday at Saratoga Race Course is the annual Fabulous Fillies Day, a "girls day out."
Residents in Columbia County have expressed concern about the after affects of the fire at a Ghent recycling plant two weeks ago.
From August 17th through September 3rd, state police will be holding the "Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over" campaign as part of the national crackdown on impaired driving.
A 20-year-old soldier with the U.S. Army was killed in Afghanistan Thursday, the Superintendent's Office in North Adams tells NEWS10.
Governor Andrew Cuomo signed a series of bills Friday as part of the NY-Sun initiative that will make solar energy more affordable for homeowners and businesses as well as create new jobs in the state's growing solar energy sector.
A missing cockatiel that landed on a NYSP Cadet's head during live weapons training has been claimed.
The Niskayuna Police Department says four 18-year-olds have been arrested following an investigation into the stabbing of three individuals.
The local businessman killed Wednesday in a small plane crash in Clifton Park will be remembered in services next week.
A section of Fuller Road in Albany, between the I-90 interchange and Washington Avenue, will be closed all weekend long due to road construction work.
Albany police tell NEWS10 that Vincent Uzzo was arrested after an early morning fight this past Saturday.
The third of three men accused of a triple slaying in Berkshire County has pleaded not guilty to charges following his re-indictment.
Albany County Executive Dan McCoy says the Albany County Correctional Facility can now board out-of-state inmates for a period of up to 24 months following legislation signed by Governor Cuomo.
Albany County District Attorney David Soares says events like these are crucial, as is SNUG's presence in the community.