Albany News Updates Provided by News 10
Tuesday November 27, 2012
ALBANY (AP) - New York state troopers are inviting followers to their social media, where they've posted the sketch of a bearded "person of interest" in a Hudson Valley slaying and are updating progress
Authorities say more than two dozen cats and dogs have died in a fire at a dog breeder's home in western New York.
The Vermont State Police are asking for the public's assistance in finding a man who has been wanted for over ten years.
Troy Police say they have been advised of a major gas leak in the area of Congress and Third Streets. Streets are currently closed in all directions.
The Colonie Police Department says they have made an arrest for the arson which occurred on Elm Street on November 15th.
The record Powerball jackpot is now even bigger.
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has sent letters to at least 75 nonprofits asking them to disclose their fundraising and relief efforts for Superstorm Sandy victims.
Challenges to more than 500 paper ballots in a race that could determine control of the New York state Senate may end up in court, forcing further delay.
The Watervliet Police Department is investigating a bank robbery that occurred Tuesday morning at the Pioneer Savings Bank.
The Bethlehem Lions Club was set up to sell Christmas trees off Route 9W in Glenmont on Saturday when they realized 34 Nova Scotia Balsam trees were missing.
Local schools are struggling to make ends meet. Across the state, districts are facing another difficult budget year. It's the students in the Fonda Fultonville school district that will see the impact of deep cuts the school board will be forced to make for next year.
ALBANY, NY- An agreement was reached between the city of Albany and the Washington Avenue Armory Tuesday night. The Armory signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the city meaning they will adhere