Albany News Updates Provided by News 10
Thursday November 29, 2012
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - New York state Assemblyman Jeffrion Aubrey and his committee are set to evaluate the educational and job-training efforts in state prisons during a hearing in Albany. Aubry wants to
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - The Assembly is holding a public hearing to look at the impact the 2012-2013 state budget has had on public libraries across New York state. Assemblyman Bob Reilly will take testimony
New York's highest court says it was medical malpractice for a Long Island family doctor to have an affair a married patient he treated for anxiety and depression but also ruled she shares fault since they both sought repeated sexual encounters.
New York's top court has rejected damages claims against state inspectors who continually recertified a tour boat for 48-passenger capacity before it overturned on Lake George in 2005, drowning 20 people on a leaf-peeping tour.
Thousands of people are expected to fill the streets of downtown Saratoga Springs when the city hosts its annual Victorian Streetwalk Thursday night.
A tourist's snapshot of a New York City police officer giving new boots to a barefoot homeless man in Times Square has created an online sensation.
State officials have revoked the liquor license of a Schenectady nightclub where two people were stabbed during a huge brawl last weekend.
The Gloversville Police Department says they responded to West Pine Street on Monday for a report of an assault that had just taken place.
Schenectady police say the Schenectady High School went on a brief lockdown Thursday morning after a written threat was discovered inside the school.
The man who police say brought mercury into Albany Medical Center cafeteria accepted a plea deal in Federal Court on Thursday morning.
After an Albany County Sheriff's Deputy needed to intervene between activists and an Albany Airport official over their First Amendment rights, the County Executive has responded saying he hopes the Airport Authority Board will look into the incident.
Wilton resident and former corrections officer Frank Soriano has been sentenced to five years in state prison Thursday for a violent road rage incident in which the victim suffered multiple stab wounds.
The president of the University of Massachusetts is promising more "accountability and transparency" at the five-campus system.
New York's top court has rejected damages claims against state inspectors who continually recertified a tour boat for 48-passenger capacity before it overturned on an Adirondack lake in 2005, drowning 20 people on a...
A Cheshire woman has been sentenced to two years in jail after pleading guilty to embezzling tens of thousands of dollars from the bank where she worked.
Massachusetts officials are scheduled to unveil a new framework for the way communities draw water from streams and rivers to prevent the waterways from running dry.
The race for the 46th State Senate District has moved to a court room in Montgomery County.
If you frequent gun shows in the capital region, get ready to see a few changes soon.
State police have arrested a man that them on a high speed chase in Wilton Wednesday.
An overnight case of vandalism at a Corinth animal rescue shelter has volunteers worried for the safety of their animals.
In light of the recent triple stabbing in Albany that left one woman dead and two others injured, a law recently signed by Governor Cuomo aims to prevent domestic violence cases like it in the future.
The United Nations voted overwhelmingly Thursday to recognize a Palestinian state, a long-sought victory for the Palestinians but an embarrassing diplomatic defeat for the United States.
An Eagle Mills man that lost his home to a fire earlier this week now has to pay $1400 for the water used to combat the flames.
The Arsenal says it has received a nearly $8 million contract to provide the Australian army with lightweight cannons.
Inside the public hearing, the opinion about the law was unanimous, with a lot of people upset the legislature passed it in the first place.
According to Troy Police, an armed robbery just occurred at the Gulf Station on Hoosick Street in Troy.
New York environmental officials have released a revised set of proposed regulations for hydraulic fracturing natural gas and will begin taking public comment on them in December.
Downtown Saratoga was packed Thursday night for the 26th annual Saratoga Victorian Streetwalk.