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Wednesday August 22, 2012
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Authorities have charged a Washington County man with cruelty to animals after police say he shot his family's dog and left it for dead in the woods. The dog survived but had to be euthanized.
ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) - The family of an 11-year-old girl is suing Orange Lakes Resort in Orlando where she was electrocuted by playing mini golf. The wrongful death lawsuit filed Tuesday in Orlando seeks
On Thursday August 23rd until Friday August 24th, Washington Avenue between South Swan Street and Eagle Street will be reduced to one lane eastbound and one lane westbound both on the westbound side of the road.
Stewart's Shops dark chocolate ice cream flavor has once again been named the world's best at the 2012 World Dairy Expo.
Police in Colonie responded to an accident involving a motorcycle and a bus Wednesday morning on Albany Shaker Road.
The former upstate New York school bus monitor whose videotaped bullying by students spurred more than $700,000 in donations to her is using some of the funds to start her own anti-bullying foundation.
The New York State Dental Foundation presented the Albany County Dental Clinic with a $3,000 check to use toward purchasing a new sanitizer Wednesday. The vital piece of dental equipment is used twice a day to sterilize everything from dental mirrors to suction devices.
David Cook, the Glens Falls man convicted of abusing a then 7-week-old baby girl was sentenced to 25 years behind bars Wednesday.
The Montgomery County Sheriff's Office is looking for the man they say was naked while masturbating in front of two young girls in the Town of Florida Tuesday afternoon.
State Education Commissioner John King says he has approved teacher evaluation plans for 10 New York school districts while providing feedback to more than 100 about the measures required under legislation passed earlier this year.
Post positions were selected Wednesday for the eleven thorougbreds racing in the Grade I $1 million Travers Stakes this Saturday.
Savannah's, a popular Albany restaurant and bar, has decided to close its doors for good on Monday, August 26th.
Troopers say they stopped a vehicle Tuesday for a routine violation and while questioning the driver developed information which resulted in a separate investigation and subsequent seizure of the marihuana.
A routine traffic stop by State Police in Cobleskill resulted in the seizure of 460 marihuana plants from four separate locations in the Town of Esperance, Schoharie County. Troopers stopped a vehicle on August 21 for a routine violation and while questioning the driver developed information which resulted in a separate investigation and subsequent seizure of the marihuana.
According to the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office the suspect drove by the girls twice, each time stopping and asking them if they needed a ride, and on the third time he got out of the vehicle and the girls quickly realized he was naked.