Albany News Updates Provided by News 10
Wednesday February 20, 2013
The Saratoga County Sheriff's Office say a man was killed during a logging accident in the town of Ballston Wednesday afternoon.
Green Island is moving toward the possibility of a commercial shooting range opening in the village, on the heels of the new state gun control law.
State Police are investigating an assault complaint occurring at a private residence in the town of Clifton Park.
An active shooter training class is being held for local law enforcement at Columbia High School Wednesday.
New York Police Department detectives says they are investigating the suspicious death of a one-year-old Albany girl who died after getting stuck between the bed and the radiator.
Authorities say a Westchester County woman triggered a fight when she accidentally pocket-dialed her live-in boyfriend from another man's home.
An embattled New York City television news anchor has resigned, three days after he was charged with choking and threatening his wife at their Connecticut home.
Central Hudson Gas and Electric Corporation is warning its customers that their private banking information may have been accessed via a cyber-security attack over the holiday weekend.
The Schenectady Police Department is investigating an incident in which a man claiming to be a member of the city's Water Department was able to gain access into a city residence.
Officials in Rensselaer County are requesting a safety review on a section of Route 7 in the town of Hoosick where a gas tanker truck crashed last week.
For many dependent on Medicare, "observation stay" has become an expensive phrase for thousands of elderly patients in New York, now Senator Chuck Schumer is hoping to fix that.
Greene county legislatures voted unianimously for a resolution that strongly opposes the bill and any other laws that would require gun owners to be insured.
News 10 speaks to a 23-year-old who was addicted to cough syrup at 18 years old, an addiction which he says eventually led him to heroine in search of a bigger and better high.