Albany News Updates Provided by News 10
Monday January 14, 2013
Due to a plumbing and heating issue, Albany City Hall will be closed Monday, the day before the new residential parking permit system takes effect downtown.
People familiar with the internal negotiations say New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo and legislative leaders have a tentative deal to enact the nation's first gun control measure following the Newtown, Conn., school shooting.
A service dog will now be roaming the halls of Averill Park High School to help his 14-year-old owner manage his Diabetes.
In review of the tragedy in Newtown, the Hudson Falls Central School District is installing security upgrades to their entire school system this week.
The Gloversville Police Department has arrested a 57-year-old man for allegedly touching a 17-year-old female while she was showering.
Fire crews are on the scene of a warehouse fire at the Department of Public Works in Pittsfield.
No criminal charges will be brought in the death of a Maplewood Manor Nursing Home resident, finding he did not fall out of a second-story window, rather exited the building on his own before his death.
Women's health advocates rallied at the Capitol Monday, as Lt. Governor Robert Duffy talked women's rights.
The New Orleans Police Department is investigating the beating death of a 27-year-old Colonie High School graduate found dead early Monday morning.
More than a dozen workers have driven two hours to Albany to protest a tentative deal for a gun control law they claim will cost 300 to 700 jobs.
The first Republican senator to emerge from a five-hour private session says he expects the New York Legislature to vote on a gun control bill by the end of the day.
New York's highest court will soon decide whether to count additional ballots in a tight state Senate race.