Albany News Updates Provided by News 10
Sunday November 18, 2012
Superstorm Sandy disrupted cellphone service in several states, and New York's Sen. Charles Schumer wants to make sure that doesn't happen again.
The second female officer in the history of Gloversville PD has been hired.
Along with Rihanna, Nicki Minaj is the top nominee at Sunday's American Music Awards, but the rapper-singer isn't concerned with her four nominations.
A benefit, "In Memory of a Young Hero, Love, Lane Fundraiser" will be held Sunday to support the family of Lane Rowe, the young boy who died trying to save his brothers and sister last month.
A statewide Amber Alert has been issued for a 2-year-old girl and 5-year-old boy in the Bronx.
A very intense fire that started in a Schenectady home's sun-room on Sunday morning, ended in the death of three pet dogs.
A slew of entertainers gathered in Cohoes on Sunday afternoon, to extend support to their neighbors down south that are still suffering the after-effects of Hurricane Sandy.
A 20-year-old New Jersey man was arrested for stealing approximately $33,300 dollars from an elderly woman, using a lottery scam.
A new bridge has opened in the Adirondacks after a nearly $47 million replacement project.
New York kept the owner of Hudson River Rafting Co. among its licensed outdoor guides - despite two charges against him of reckless endangerment and a dozen citations of his guides for unlicensed whitewater trips.
St. Joe's, a historic, Gothic-style church in the Ten Broeck Triangle neighborhood of Albany, could be serving up hand-crafted beer soon, exchanging church pews for bar stools.
The female victim of Friday night's fatal car-crash has been identified by Albany Police as 37-year-old Mamyint Haung.
St. Joe's, a historic, Gothic-style church in the Ten Broeck Triangle neighborhood of Albany, could be serving up hand-crafted beer soon.
The Warren County Sheriff's Office responded early Sunday evening to the report of a male subject lying in the roadway after having been struck by a car.
Colonie, N.Y. - Last year some of the big stores opened at midnight for the first time ever but this year it's going to be 8 p.m. and at Target 9 p.m. on Thanksgiving day. NEWS 10 caught up with shoppers Sunday to talk about not Black Friday but what has now become Black Thursday.