Albany News Updates Provided by News 10
Tuesday February 19, 2013
The Schoharie Board of Education hosts a forum Tuesday on the fiscal challenges facing local schools.
Eight Tech Valley High School students will travel to Comier, Haiti Tuesday on an earthquake recovery mission.
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ABC News says Robin Roberts will be back on the job at the "Good Morning America" anchor desk on Wednesday, and NEWS10's Nicol Lally will be there live for the event.
First-year head coach of the Albany girl's varsity basketball team, Decky Lawson, took over a program rich in winning.
Residents looked on as historic symbols came down from the St. Patrick's Church in Watervliet Tuesday morning.
The Waterford Police Department is asking for the public's help in locating a missing 24-year-old female.
A major inconvenience for Jenna Hahne, her sister Michelle, and their entire family after they say both their cars were damaged by Albany Police officer Max Etienne when authorities say he was driving drunk Sunday morning.
An outside review of New York's $150 billion pension fund for public workers shows it fixed ethical problems that led to a "pay-for-play" scandal.
New York's top court has rejected a lower court's decision that victims can claim criminals' pensions, concluding the legal argument wasn't part of the case involving a former Schenectady school district employee.
According to Schenectady Fire Department officials, ten percent of the department's annual budget is spent on false calls.
On Thursday, Troy's City Council will vote on a mandatory registration of parolees with the city's Police Chief.
Authorities have launched a second investigation following allegations that a mother hired strippers for her son's 16th birthday party.
Nev, Gavin and Archer, three of the four dogs found shivering inside the back of a U-haul truck, look much different now then when they were found by Colonie police a month ago.
For years, Bernadette Drabik lived a life of weekly bloodwork and weekly transfusions to keep her blood count at a normal level. But this past fall, she underwent a stem cell transplant around the same time Robin Roberts had her bone marrow transplant.