Albany News Updates Provided by News 10
Friday December 21, 2012
AMSTERDAM, N.Y. (AP) - Federal workplace safety regulators say a factory in the Mohawk Valley put its workers at risk with a series of violations. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - State labor officials say job losses from Superstorm Sandy cut into gains made this year in New York's employment numbers. They say 29,100 private sector jobs were lost in November
SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. (AP) - Fireworks are back on the schedule for an upstate New York city's popular First Night celebration after the pyrotechnics had been scrapped because of security issues. Officials
Thursday night, the Stewart's Shop at 20 Broadway in the Village of Menands was held up, and $4,700 dollars were taken at gun-point.
BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) - High winds have knocked out power to more than 20,000 utility customers in eastern New York, while several inches of snow has already fallen in some upstate areas as a storm barreling
Terell Bethea appeared in Schenectady County Court on Friday and entered a not guilty plea toward the murder, reckless endangerment and multiple weapon charges associated with the October killing of Charles Bowman.
A burglary from a home in Owasco has left police asking for the public's help locating the unique stolen property and thieves.
Rensselaer County was hit very hard by Friday's storm.
An appeals court has reversed the conviction of a Glens Falls dance instructor on charges he sexually abused a young student.
The suspect in a November shooting in Albany was located in the state of Georgia, taken into custody, transported back to Albany and has been charged with attempted murder.
In honor of the victims of the Sandy Hook tragedy, students at Tech Valley High School are vowing to do plenty of good.
Heavy winds forced Goff Middle School in East Greenbush to close early and send its student's home after the gusts damaged parts of the building's roof.
Thirteen upstate communities in New York will receive a combined $1.3 million dollars in grants from the NYS Canal Corporation toward projects.
A Petersburgh man has died from injuries he suffered on Labor Day when he was struck by a car while riding his bike.
The chiming of bells reverberated throughout Newtown on Friday, commemorating one week since the crackle of gunfire in a schoolhouse killed 20 children and six adults in a massacre that has shaken the community - and the...
The Rensselaer Court Clerk has confirmed that the verdict of the Edward McDonough voter fraud trial is not guilty on all counts.
The coast guard is continuing to oversee the response to a motor tanker that suffered a hull breach to their ballast tank on the Hudson River near Stuyvesant, Thursday.
Some working parents in Schenectady County are left scrambling for day care options after receiving word that state funding for a long running back to work program has dried up.
President Barack Obama on Friday nominated Massachusetts Sen. John Kerry, one of Washington's most respected voices on foreign policy, as his next secretary of state.
The busy holiday travel season is off to a stormy start across the country, with rain and wind causing some delays at Albany International Airport, but not really any major problems for people trying to get in and out locally.
The Town of Sand Lake has declared a local state of emergency due to widespread power outages, downed power lines and the potential of declining temperatures.
The Lansingburgh community gathered Friday night for a candle light vigil at the 9-11 Memorial. One by one, all 26 victims of the Sandy Hook tragedy were remembered.
The Albany Fire Department rings in the year with some new recruits.
Firefighters responded to a small blaze in Albany Friday night.
Guns and police officers in all American schools are what's needed to stop the next killer "waiting in the wings," the National Rifle Association declared Friday, taking a no-retreat stance in the face of growing calls...
A Massachusetts pharmacy connected to a deadly meningitis outbreak has filed for bankruptcy protection.
From his toy-cluttered Brooklyn apartment, the man in the red suit was making his list and checking it twice. But he made no distinction between naughty or nice: Every child on it would receive a gift from this Santa Claus.