Albany News Updates Provided by News 10
Friday January 18, 2013
SCHOHARIE, N.Y. (AP) - State police say a U.S. soldier charged with stealing three guns from an upstate New York home two years ago had recently returned from serving a tour in Afghanistan. Troopers announced
WASHINGTON (AP) - Whether visitors want to try one of the first family's favorite restaurants, discover a sense of history or escape from the crowd to find a museum off the beaten path, Washington is the
ALBANY, NY. - There are 20 people from the Capital Region who will be heading to Washington D.C. For the 2013 Presidential Inauguration after winning tickets from NY State Senator Chuck Schumers lottery.
A 27-year-old man has been charged with stealing military equipment from a New York National Guard facility after the items were offered for sale at a recent upstate gun show.
ALBANY, NY. - Traffic on Interstate 90 was stalled for nearly two hours during morning rush hour as police talked a man down from the Everett Road overpass. NEWS10 ABC has blurred his face in the picture
The Democratic candidate is claiming victory in a close race for a state Senate seat in upstate New York following the court-ordered count of additional ballots.
One of the big issues facing all lawmakers in 2013 is gun control, and Saturday many of those who oppose the new gun control laws in New York will be rallying at the capitol for Guns Across America.
More than 800 faculty and staff members of the Gloversville, Johnstown, and Wheelerville school districts, as well as various local fire and police personnel, will be participating in a safety training conducted by the New York State Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Services on Friday.
They're tiny, as small as an apple seed when full of blood, hiding in couches, beds, and anywhere they can -- and they're here to stay.
The owner of an embattled bar in Troy says he's closing up shop.
An all-out brawl at a high school basketball game is being blamed on the assistant coach.
A Vermont hospital says they've seen more patients seeking treatment for drug withdrawal symptoms following a massive arrest sweep in Bennington County.
Massachusetts gun owners would be required to purchase liability insurance in case their firearm was ever used to injure someone under a bill being filed at the Statehouse.
A suburban New York City newspaper has removed the names and addresses of residents with pistol permits from its website.
A foundation working to build a memorial at the site of a 2003 Rhode Island nightclub fire that killed 100 people has asked the lead singer of the band that played that night to take the foundation's name off a benefit...
Massachusetts lawmakers are proposing a bill that would come down hard on stores and restaurants that misrepresent or mislabel seafood, and would even ban the sale of one kind of fish.
The Cuomo administration is launching a website to answer questions about the state's new gun control measure signed into law this week.
By JOSHUA FREED AP Business Writer Those airport scanners with their all-too revealing body images will soon be going away.
Albany police are investigating two separate commercial armed robberies that occurred in the City of Albany.
Police say that at 8:30 Friday a child ran out into traffic and was struck on the corner of Ingalls and 6th Avenues.
NEWS10 has learned Time Warner Cable also taking a stance against guns being used in advertising.