Albany News Updates Provided by News 10
Friday August 31, 2012
Here are five things to see on News10.com this morning!
Family and friends gather in North Adams Friday afternoon to remember a local fallen hero and also make sure an infamous group of protestors is not present.
The state Health Department is awarding $2 million to 21 hospitals, health centers, medical practices, and physicians to address the need for qualified health care providers in underserved communities.
State health and environmental officials are advising people to stay in cool places and avoid unnecessary outdoor exercise because heat is going to drive up ozone levels in the lower Hudson Valley, New York City and Long Island.
Having the same birthday as The Boss paid off for an 8-year-old central New York boy.
Documents obtained by The Associated Press show women staffers of Assemblyman Vito Lopez had originally sought $1.2 million in damages before Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver negotiated a $103,000 settlement.
It is a simple message: Think before you get behind the wheel, especially if you have been drinking.
State police say a trooper forced to crash land his helicopter near a highway in the Southern Tier suffered non-life threatening injuries.
High School Football Schedule for Friday, August 31, 2012 - Games start at 7:30 p.m.
Members of a 20-person crew that spent the past two weeks helping to battle wildfires in Montana is making its way back to New York.
A New York City prosecutor wants a special district attorney to investigate claims of sexual harassment against an assemblyman that have roiled New York politics.
New York taxpayers who are already rocked by rising pension costs for retired public workers are about to get socked again.
The Tupper Lake Police Department has arrested 17-year-old resident they say made a video recording of a child performing in sexual acts.
A new report by the State Education Department finds several districts in our area have underperforming schools.
Parks like Ann Lee Pond, Pine Bush Preserve and Five Rivers are a haven for mosquitos, but they are also a popular place for recreation, especially on a Holiday weekend, but the fact is the West Nile Virus has reached Albany County.