Albany News Updates Provided by News 10
Sunday December 09, 2012
New York is set to auction off surplus train cars and other rail equipment from a failed project to improve service between Albany and New York City.
Two Democratic senators are proposing federal tax breaks to help victims recover faster from Superstorm Sandy.
Late Saturday evening, a fifteen year old girl was struck by a vehicle and critically injured, as she was crossing a road in Albany.
Police are looking for the owner of a large dog left along an upstate New York highway with bowls of food and water.
The Special Olympics Team USA is heading to Lake Placid to tune up for the upcoming World Winter Games in South Korea.
A stand-off between police and a man threatening to harm whoever entered the residence brought a crowd of officers to Washington Avenue in Rensselaer early Sunday afternoon.
Vermont State Police have a man in custody after a call for a family disturbance turned into a stand-off.
Retired Schenectady Police Officer Chris Wrubel is organizing an effort toward Hurricane Sandy relief specifically for Staten Island, in light of the upcoming holiday season.
Annual Toys for Tots Train will be meeting the needs of families from Binghamton to Rouses Point this holiday season with deliveries of toys to non-profit organizations, and giving out coats, hats, mittens, and blankets to needy children.
The U.S. Special Olympics team is making the trek up to Lake Placid to train for the upcoming world winter games.
Monday morning, Lance Corporal Anthony Denier will have a final homecoming as a precession heads down Central Avenue in Mechanicville, but Sunday neighbors began their own preparations - starting with yellow ribbons.
"This is going to be a blessing for us," said Catherine Smith of her new ‘Habitat for Humanity' home, moments before she entered it.
The Jewish Community Center in Schenectady was humming with festive music on Sunday afternoon.
A one-car crash in southeastern Massachusetts has killed two people and injured four others.