Albany News Updates Provided by News 10
Wednesday November 28, 2012
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - One of the leading authorities on Abraham Lincoln has written a companion book for Steven Spielberg's newly released film on the 16th president. The book by New York historian and
ALBANY (AP) - An upstate New York man who admitted conspiring in a coast-to-coast marijuana ring has been sentenced to 2 1/2 years in federal prison in a case that included the discovery of $2 million
ALBANY (AP) - An Albany entertainment venue has reached an agreement with the city to resume hosting events that were put on hold after a dance party turned violent, resulting in injuries to three police
A public hearing was held Tuesday night for Albany residents to weigh in on the proposed budget in Albany County for next year.
For the first time police officials can remember, New York City went through an entire day with no one shot, stabbed or slashed.
A Massachusetts judge has granted a restraining order to a Marshfield woman that also protects her dog.
A nanny accused in the stabbing deaths of two children at their upscale Manhattan home pleaded not guilty Wednesday at a hospital where she's been treated for self-inflicted stab wounds.
Electronic billboards could soon be popping up all over Massachusetts highways after state regulators determined they do not distract drivers.
The record Powerball jackpot just keeps rising. It now stands at $550 million after officials say brisk sales keep driving up the payout amount.
A video recording from a group of activists has gone viral showing a disagreement over handing out flyers at Albany International Airport.
The New York State Department of Motor Vehicles has made it easier for you to renew your snowmobile registrations.
The Warren County Sheriff's Office is investigating a robbery which occurred at Jim's Wines and Liquor in Queensbury Tuesday night.
Don't tell Popeye. It turns out you don't need to eat your spinach to get the world's biggest arms.
Police in Stockbridge and Lenox, Massachusetts are investigating a rash of stolen donation cans that help serve two animal advocacy groups.
More than 100 people arrived at 157 Myrtle Avenue Wednesday night, the mood somber, many standing silently, watching the memorial for 20-year-old Tonette Thomas grow.
Springfield police will honor a fallen officer in a ceremony that also will recognize law-enforcement officials who apprehended a prison escapee after a shootout.