Albany News Updates Provided by News 10
Thursday January 24, 2013
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The Director of the Mohawk Hudson Humane Society tells NEWS10 the Albany County District Attorney's office has made an arrest in the case of the abandonded and abused Railroad Puppies.
The Albany Police Department has charged two men for allegedly stealing musical instruments played in Sunday services at a local church.
A Washington County couple has admitted to child neglect for allowing their son to handle a shotgun that went off and killed him in an apparent accident.
Environmental groups are generally pleased with Gov. Andrew Cuomo's proposed $143 billion 2013-14 budget, noting that it increases the fund that supports myriad environmental initiatives.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo's budget proposal includes $2 million toward a recreational trail from a reservoir in the Catskill Park.
Environmental groups are pushing back against the Cuomo administration's plan to support a growing yogurt industry by easing regulations on large-scale dairy operations.
New York's electrical grid operator says the average price of wholesale electricity hit a 12-year low last year, thanks to a glut of cheap natural gas and market competition that drives greater efficiency.
GREENFIELD, N.Y. --People in Greenfield tell NEWS10 a neighbor of theirs, previously convicted of animal cruelty, still owns animals. Last year, 58-year old Ann Arnold was convicted of animal cruelty
As the cold weather continues, so does Albany's "code blue" program, where city police search the streets for the homeless and others needing shelter.
Ballston Spa High School will play host to special forum on preventing gun violence in schools.
Bitter cold weather is keeping some heating and plumbing companies busy this week.
Charges are now pending in the case of more than 100 animals taken from a Schoharie County home.
Bellevue Woman's Center debuted it's new Women and Heart Disease program Thursday, hoping to make women as aware of their heart health as they are of breast cancer.
The bitter cold made saving a Galway family's home from fire challenging Thursday.
A 1-year-old child was taken to the hospital after spending an unknown span of time alone in a car Thursday.
Gov. Deval Patrick's budget proposal for the next fiscal year is the first that counts on any revenue from the state's new gambling law.
A second day of brutal and bitter cold in the Capital Region and it seems like this biting cold is settling in. No matter how much residents bundle up, many still feel a bone-rattling chill, but it's the wind that can be a real danger.
A 6-inch water main broke on Brentwood Avenue around 5 p.m. in Troy Thursday.
Senator Cecilia Tkaczyk will hold a swearing in ceremony at the Senate House in Kingston NY Sunday, Jan. 27 at 1 p.m.
Richmond Principe, a man police say convinced a friend to shoot him during a bogus robbery, was sentenced Thursday morning to one year in jail with credit for time served.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held Thursday as eight newly renovated apartment buildings in Albany's historic Arbor Hill neighborhood were revealed.
New York victims of Hurricane Sandy will receive extended housing and individual assistance after Governor Andrew Cuomo announced an extension Thursday.
State Police in Princetown are investigating the robbery of an NBT Bank on Route 20, in Sharon Springs.
Part of South Glens Falls High School had to be evacuated Thursday due to a chemical scare.
One local father is asking for answers after his son's cell phone was confiscated, then searched by the principal.