Albany News Updates Provided by News 10
Sunday February 24, 2013
A Purim Carnival hosted by Temple Sinai will be held at Wilton's Gavin Park Sunday.
One lane on the Crosstown Connection will be closed on Monday and Tuesday to allow for tree removal.
The Schenectady County Sheriff's Office will be hosting its seventh Gun Buy Back event Sunday.
Starting Sunday at 6 p.m. the Washington Avenue railroad crossing in the Town of Waterford will be closed until March 1.
On Thursday, the State Police in Wilton conducted an enforcement operation targeting the sale of alcohol to minors.
On Friday, at approximately 5:22 p.m., Vermont State Police were dispatched to 5939 US RT 9, Pownal, for a disturbance there.
Some firsts and other rarities are possible at Sunday night's Academy Awards. But if the Oscars could be just a little less predictable, the show might really be one for the record books.
Biologists from Cornell University and the state Department of Environmental Conservation are doing a large-scale survey of fisher populations across the southern tier of central and western New York.
An Adirondack environmental group is challenging New York state snowmobile policy changes in court.
Agriculture officials are asking New Yorkers to come up with a theme for this year's state fair.
A Saratoga Springs couple is counting their blessings after welcoming a child into the world while their apartment building burned down at the same time.
A 24-year old man is under arrest after fleeing from sheriff officers when they attempted to execute a warrant and injuring a K-9 officer during his resistance.
Vermont State Police are investigating a fatal snowmobile incident that occurred in Peru, Vt. on the south end of Griffith Lake.
The death of an 8-year old at a home on Mynderse St. has been ruled a homicide by police.
Department of Defense workers in New York could be the state's biggest losers in automatic cuts to the federal budget set to take hold this week.
Oscar night didn't disappoint, whether you watched for the award hand-outs or the fashions -- viewers kept NEWS10 connected to what they liked and what they didn't like about the big show, through our NEWS10 Facebook and Twitter pages--- starting with one of the most talked about Oscar moments--- red carpet Robin Roberts!