Albany News Updates Provided by News 10
Saturday January 05, 2013
The Food and Drug Administration says its new guidelines would make the food Americans eat safer and help prevent the kinds of foodborne disease outbreaks that sicken or kill thousands of consumers each year.
Elizabeth Warren is getting sworn in again.
Students and advisors from The College of Saint Rose head to Washington to help thousands of the city's homeless, working poor and homebound.
State officials say New York gamblers plunked down a record $9.1 billion on state-sanctioned lottery games in 2012.
State health officials say the rate of premature births in New York continues to decline.
A Chatham woman faces several drug related charges after a traffic stop late Thursday night.
A 26-year-old man was arrested by police after a disturbance report led to assault and the discovery of drugs in his possession in Saratoga Springs.
A Massachusetts woman was arrested early Saturday morning, for driving while intoxicated, at nearly twice the legal limit.
A Chatham woman is facing several drug-related charges after a traffic stop in Ghent on Thursday night.
Insurance companies that provide coverage for chemotherapy treatments will be required to provide the same level of coverage for chemotherapy pills under a bill signed by Gov. Deval Patrick.
A man was found lying near the train tracks with two severed limbs in the Town of Ulster early Saturday morning.
The Adirondack Park Agency has postponed action on a proposal to make it easier to cut down trees in the 6 million acre park.
Officials in Springfield have increased the amount of aid they will offer to whoever buys and renovates three historic homes in the city's Maple Street area.
Funeral services for former Montgomery County sheriff Ronald "Rush" Emery were held in Fonda Saturday.
Four chainsaws have been reported stolen from a residence in Sunderland.
The on-duty Troy Fire Chief was involved in a two car accident on Saturday evening.
The New Lebanon firehouse was filled with motivated men and women, animated toward a great cause on Saturday morning.
Democrat Elizabeth Warren has been sworn in a second time as Massachusetts' junior U.S. senator.