Albany News Updates Provided by News 10
Friday November 09, 2012
WILTON, N.Y. (AP) - Police say two upstate NY boys accused of defacing a car with anti-Semitic images and words have been charged with a hate crime. The Saratoga County Sheriff's office tells local media
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - A state assemblyman and upstate business group warn that the state Thruway Authority is planning to approve a toll increase for truckers as early as Friday. Earlier this year the agency
One of the "railroad" puppies will have a final prosthetic paw fitting, concluding a series of recuperation efforts on Monday, and opening the two puppies up for adoption.
A Schenectady shelter for homeless men, women and run-away youths, re-opened on Friday morning.
If you've been hoping to donate to Hurricane Sandy victims, but have not been able to get to a local drop-off station, just pop some non-perishable food items into your mailbox on Friday night!
On Friday, November 9th, the New York Lottery's Gretchen Dizer presented a $3,000,000 ceremonial prize-check to Warren County's newest lottery millionaire.
Techies plan to gather in New York City for a 12-hour hackathon to develop disaster-relief apps.
On Thursday, the Rensselaer County Sheriff's Office responded to the report of a residential stabbing, where they found a woman bleeding from her stomach and a male in the basement holding a 4-year-old child and a knife.
Under public pressure, the New York State Thruway Authority has postponed a meeting that was expected to include a vote to increase tolls for truckers by as much as 45 percent.
A teacher at Brown School in Schenectady was among those honored during a special Friday morning ceremony for the men and women of the armed forces.
A Queensbury man will be spending the next six months in jail for sending inappropriate photos to a teen girl.
A woman who crashed her SUV into a group of people in Voorheesville last year, killing three, has pleaded guilty to criminally negligent homicide.
Schenectady school students are getting a lesson on Veterans Day, the holiday to honor all of those who have served.
Helping young people achieve is the top priority of the nonprofit group Junior Achievement, and the NEWS10 Sports duo of Drew Brill and Josh Sims are helping raise money for the group Friday night.
If you're looking to register for a downtown Albany parking permit, you'll need to wait until next weekend.
K-9 crime fighters put their skills to the test today in Rensselaer County.
Relief is finally on the way for those suffering through traffic delays near Washington Avenue Extension and Fuller Road.
An old traffic headache will be back this weekend - the Twin Bridges will have just one lane open northbound.
It's a mission of a special kind for those from Schoharie, who will be helping some of the same people who came to their aid last year after Tropical Storm Irene.
Earlier this week an alleged cocaine supplier plead guilty to felony sale of the drug. The investigation launched by the Saratoga Springs Police Department netted 11 others who were involved.