Albany News Updates Provided by News 10
Thursday November 22, 2012
The Gloversville Police arrested a man early Thursday morning, for injuring another person by discharging an air gun.
A local coffee shop was animated early Thanksgiving morning, brewing, cooking and preparing food and drinks for those in need, in a bustling display of gratitude and kindness.
A severe accident occurred at around 6:30 a.m. on Thursday morning in the area of 130 Old Niskayuna Road in Colonie.
We asked and you answered: here is a collection of News 10 Viewers' Thanksgiving recipes and meals!
On Friday, the Empire State Plaza's ice-skating rink will officially reopen for the winter.
Fifteen people have been rendered temporarily homeless, after an overnight fire in Albany damaged a residence on Thursday morning.
Thousands of runners hit the pavement for a good cause this year, setting a record 8,200+ turnout for the 65th
Annual Troy Turkey Trot.
This holiday season, Burger King won't be the only place where you can have it your way.
It's tempting to give thanks for our pets with scraps from the Thanksgiving table. But animal experts warn that expression of love can be harmful.
Another successful Thanksgiving dinner was put on by Equinox Thursday, with volunteers working shifts throughout Wednesday and Thanksgiving day to ensure everything was in order for the holiday.
While Black Friday is well established across the nation, one trend mom-and-pop businesses are trying to spread is Small Business Saturday.
The Black Friday lines outside Best Buy at Crossgate's Mall started Wednesday afternoon - but by Thanksgiving night the line wrapped around the mall's parking lot.
Hundreds of people began waiting outside of the Target in East Greenbush as early as 3 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day – all for the change to have first choice when the store opened later that night.
It took nearly 70 years, but a postcard has finally arrived at the former upstate New York home of the couple who mailed it.