Albany News Updates Provided by News 10
Thursday December 13, 2012
LATHAM, N.Y. (AP) - New York soldiers are celebrating the National Guard's 376th year. Maj. Gen. Patrick Murphy, the Adjutant General of New York, and other members of the Army National Guard members
BALLSTON SPA, N.Y. (AP) - A 27-year-old upstate New York man has been accused of battering his mother to death and hiding her body under a shed at their home has been indicted on a second-degree murder
Five years after the boy went missing, officials announce the Jaliek Rainwalker case has been upgraded to a "probable child homicide" case.
Two Albuquerque men connected to a murder-for-hire plot in Vermont have now been accused of plotting to kill teen superstar Justin Bieber.
Jezreel International hosted a toy giveaway after hearing about a toy shortage in the Capital Region.
A blaze in Clifton Park Thursday morning proves a tough challenge for the Jonesville Fire Department.
Sen. Charles Schumer warns that if Washington doesn't avoid the so-called fiscal cliff, New Yorkers could see the price of milk double and dairy farmers would suffer.
Hundreds of Christmas trees are being delivered to soldiers and families at Fort Drum in northern New York.
Republican state Sen. Stephen Saland, who cast the critical vote to legalize gay marriage in New York, has conceded that he lost his re-election bid.
The man accused of tampering with a propane line before the Salem house explosion that killed six people, will be sentenced Thursday in Washington County Court.
Albany County District Attorney David Soares says the case against an Albany man for murder a University at Albany student in October 2008 was upheld by the New York State Appellate Division.
A new study by the corporation for National and Community Service has New York ranked dead last in volunteering - with just 20 percent of New Yorkers giving their time to others.
Peace Corp officials say Vermont leads the nation as the top producer of volunteers, with only the District of Columbia producing more.
Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick plans on shaking things up during his final two years in office.
The battle for the 46th Senate District wages on between Republican George Amedore and Democrat Cecilia Tkazyck.
A coalition of Republican and Democratic congressmen have come together in Washington to announce tax relief legislation for those struggling to rebuild in the aftermath of superstorm Sandy.
SUNY Albany Police confirm reports of an assault which occurred at the SUNY Albany campus Thursday.
The FBI and the Attorney General's Office raided Peter Young locations in Schenectady, Menands and Albany Wednesday.
The Attorney General's office is going after a tree removal company in Lake George - accusing it of ripping off victims of Tropical Storm Irene.
No school in Galway Friday because too many students just don't feel like going to class - literally.
Mayor Lou Rosamilia announced Thursday that the City of Troy has issued a Request for Proposals for the purchase and development of the former City Hall site at One Monument Square.
Albany Med has won a consumer choice award from the National Research Center, for the seventeenth year in a row.
As the Capital Region enters into the holiday season, grocery carts fill with gingerbread cookies and poinsettias, and boxes of holiday decorations reemerge from the dusty depths of basements and garages, bursting at the seams with tinsel.
A crash in Greenwich caused some trouble on the main roads in the Washington County town Thursday.
St. Joseph's Church, located in the Ten Broeck neighborhood in Albany has been vacant for more than 30 years, but interest from a New Jersey brewery is causing residents to protest its transformation.