Albany News Updates Provided by News 10
Tuesday December 04, 2012
MIDDLETOWN, N.Y. (AP) - New York's Hudson Valley has been named one of National Geographic Traveler magazine's best places to visit in 2013. The magazine says the valley is among the top 20 places that are "must-see" for international travelers in the new year.
Hundreds of construction contractors from across New York state are gathering at an upstate hotel to discuss topics ranging from shale gas drilling to Manhattan transit projects.
The Independent Democratic Conference has gained a fifth member in the continuing battle over which party will run New York's Senate.
State Police in Schoharie County have posted a billboard off a busy interstate to highlight the investigation of the 1974 killing of a college student.
Federal agriculture statistics show the number of apple trees in New York grew by 22 percent from 2006 to 2011.
The railroad puppies will be going to their new homes on Wednesday, just in time for the holidays.
Deanna Marie Rivers will be remembered on December 5th and 6th, and Christohper Stewart will be remembered December 7th and 8th. Get times and locations of their services here.
NEWS10 is mourning the loss of former News Director Don Decker.
Charges are still pending against Dennis Drue, the driver of the vehicle that struck Chris Stewart's SUV Saturday night killing Steward and fellow Shenendehowa High School student Deanna Rivers.
As the cold weather approaches, The Albany Police Department is reminding drivers to "Take Your Keys With You!"
CLIFTON PARK, N.Y.---Students from not just Shenendehowa but schools throughout the Capital Region are expected to attend the candelight vigil, a vigil that will not only show the strength of this community,