Albany News Updates Provided by News 10
Wednesday January 16, 2013
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - State health officials say flu vaccine is still available for New Yorkers who want to get a flu shot, though there may be some localized shortages because of late season demand. According
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Crews in Columbia County worked late into Tuesday night on a fire that broke out in the Village of Philmont that has destroyed a historic church there.
Fire broke out at a three-story building in Albany Tuesday night, where multiple rescues needed to be made.
Officials at MacDill Air Force Base in Tampa say an airman from Montgomery County has died in an industrial accident.
Members of the New York Army and Air National Guard are heading to Washington, D.C., to support Monday's inaugural events kicking off Barak Obama's second term as president.
LexisNexis says it plans to close down its Matthew Bender law book publishing operations in Albany, eliminating more than 200 jobs.
New York State Senator Kathleen Marchione has started a petition against the new gun control legislation passed by the State Senate on Monday and the Assembly on Tuesday.
President Barack Obama is taking 23 executive actions aimed at curbing gun violence that don't require congressional action, including measures to encourage schools to hire police officers, increase research on gun...
Sixty-three defendants were taken into custody for the distribution and sale of illicit drugs in Bennington County early Wednesday morning.
President Barack Obama is announcing a $500 million package of executive actions and legislative proposals aimed at reducing gun violence a month after a mass shooting in Connecticut killed 20 elementary school children.
Albany police are investigating an armed robbery that occurred at a Lexington Avenue convenience store Wednesday morning.
A man has been charged for murdering a Colonie High School graduate at her New Orleans apartment after confessing to the crime, the New Orleans Police Department tells NEWS10.
New York's highest court is paving the way for the counting of additional disputed ballots in a state Senate race that can affect the complex balance of power in the chamber.
The New York SAFE Act is now in place, but it's still causing concern and confusion.
Gov. Deval Patrick is planning to file a gun control bill as Massachusetts lawmakers continue weighing ways to reduce gun violence.
A minor earthquake has rattled the northern Adirondacks.
A Clifton Park woman has been charged with vehicular manslaughter after being involved in an accident, which later killed the other driver, while she was allegedly driving drunk.
A Becket, Mass. man has pleaded guilty to committing a number of home break-ins there during an almost eight-month period.
Senator Patrick Leahy of Vermont laid out an agenda for gun control.
Members of the New York Air and Army National Guard are gearing up for a trip to Washington where they will support Monday's inaugural events.
DNA led to the arrest of a 36-year old man in connection with a Queensbury robbery.
The increase in flu cases is on the table Wednesday for the Healthcare Emergency Operations Coordinating Committee.
COLUMBIA COUNTY, N.Y. – A recent incident in Columbia County has warranted a reminder to residents regarding rabies awareness, after the Columbia County Health Department reports a grey fox that tested
Members of the New York State Police Gun Investigation Unit arrested a husband and wife from Colonie, New York on Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2013 for Criminal Purchase of a Weapon, Criminal Possession of Weapon 4th
and Endangering the Welfare of a Child.
With the quick passage of the New York safe act - and some of the legislation being described as entering uncharted territory - advocacy groups all over the state are closely reviewing the language of the law.
The snow started falling in Frear Park in Troy around 3:30 a.m. on Wednesday. As of noon, we've got around 3 inches of snow on the ground.
Lawmakers are giving mixed reviews to Gov. Deval Patrick's call to hike the state's income tax while also cutting the sales tax.
Gov. Deval Patrick is planning to outline some of his top goals for the new year as he delivers his annual state of the state address.
As the president once again called on congress to toughen the country's gun laws Wednesday, many gun owners were watching anxiously.