Albany News Updates Provided by News 10
Wednesday December 05, 2012
BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) - Students, parents and teachers from around New York state say they'll march on Albany looking for more funding for schools. The Alliance for Quality Education says hundreds of people
New York State farmers are getting into the Christmas spirit by dropping off millions of pounds of food to state food banks to help New York's hungry.
A Glens Falls man charged with Manslaughter in connection to the death of his 15-month-old son could get out of jail Wednesday.
New York State Police say they have made an arrest in the Thanksgiving Day woman whose body was found at her Hyde Park home.
A New York State Trooper was on a routine call in the town of Guilderland when he was approached by an unknown woman who handed him a card with $1,000 cash as a "thank you."
The Warren County Sheriff's Office has made an arrest in the alleged assault of a 3-month-old boy.
A Saratoga County man has pleaded guilty to Vehicular Manslaughter Wednesday, after he allegedly drove drunk, struck and killed a Ballston Spa teen.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo, who has long claimed he wouldn't interfere with the Legislature's business, is giving a thorough dressing down to the state Senate and setting his own "litmus test" of policy goals for legislators to win his support.
Albany, N.Y. - For many veterans the transition from the battlefield to home life is sometimes more difficult than the front lines. At a Disabled Veterans summit Wednesday in Albany experts discussed the most pressing issues facing our nation's heroes when they return home.
A community gathers to pay their respects to Deanna Rivers, one of the Shenendehowa students, killed in a northway crash. Tuesday night, thousands of people gathered at a candlelight vigil honoring Rivers and Chris Stewart. Today, a more personal moment as the community shares their grief with Deannna's family.