Albany News Updates Provided by News 10
Thursday November 15, 2012
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - New York's highest court has invoked a major disaster rule to allow lawyers from other states to practice in New York and help victims of Superstorm Sandy for free. The court can allow
ALBANY (AP) - Historian and award-winning author David Blight is the featured speaker at a history conference being held in Albany. Blight is a professor of American history at Yale University and the
It was once one of the Capital Region's premier entertainment venues, but that now the Starlite Theater in Latham will soon be demolished.
There has been a tragic end for an endearing nuisance in the Adirondacks; the infamous bear named "Yellow Yellow" that was shot by a hunter.
Students at the Loudonville Christian School have been busy this month collecting non-perishable food items to be donated to a local Thanksgiving food pantry.
A top Cuomo administration aide is weighing into a dispute over the awarding of a contract to produce new driver's licenses with black-and-white photos. He says the choice is the best safeguard against terrorists and identity thieves.
The Columbia County Sheriff's Office arrested a man on Wednesday afternoon for allegedly abusing a 4-year-old child two years ago.
The Rensselaer County Sheriff's Office reports a missing person: 28-year-old Ryan Patton, of Momrow Road in the Town of Sand Lake.
A Washington County man accused of tampering with a propane line before the Salem house explosion that killed six people has accepted a guilty plea Thursday.
A state parole board says ex-New York Comptroller Alan Hevesi will be released after serving 19 months in prison for accepting gifts and campaign donations from people trying to do business with the state pension fund.
Authorities are investigating reports that exotic dancers performed lap dances on teenagers at a boy's surprise 16th birthday party in South Glens Falls.
State police have arrested a former football coach for Columbia High School they say stole money raised for student sports teams in the East Greenbush School District.
A Colonie home is severely damaged and a family pet dead after a fire late Thursday morning.
Amsterdam Police are investigating the theft of more than 20 golf cart batteries from a Amsterdam Municipal Golf Course shed.
NYS's holiday trees will be cut down and transported this week, one of the donated trees will be erected on the Empire State Plaza and the other in East Capitol Park.
Ice skating will return to the Empire State Plaza this year.
The Schenectady woman accused of stabbing her neighbor to death in a dispute over loud music has been convicted of 1st
In just one week, Albany County employees and residents collected enough boxes and bags of items needed by victims of Hurricane Sandy that they exceeded expectations and filled two trucks.
A parole board has refused to release a close associate of ex-New York Comptroller Alan Hevesi from prison just hours after announcing Hevesi won his bid to get out following their convictions in an influence-peddling...
The Secret Service doesn't normally grant TV interviews; however, because there are so many fake credit cards being produced Special Agent Bill Leege agreed to speak to NEWS10's Christine O'Donnell about the issue.
After collecting almost an entire tractor trailer's worth of donated food, cleaning supplies and clothes - the members of the East Greenbush Fire Dept. were eager to get hit the road and deliver the goods to Staten Island - but their plan hit the brakes with a shortage of gas.
The Starlite Theater has been vacant since 1998, but for years saw the likes of major headliners like Bob Hope and Johnny Cash. The news of the demolition has resulted in dozens and dozens of people sharing their memories with News 10 on Facebook and Twitter.
According to Great Barrington Police, a freight train derailed Thursday afternoon in the Village of Housatonic.