Albany News Updates Provided by News 10
Tuesday February 26, 2013
Ann Arnold was taken from the town of Providence court Monday night to the Saratoga County Jail, until the remaining horses on her property are removed.
A panel on Gun Control in New York will launch the Government Law Center of Albany Law School's 2013 Warren M. Anderson Legislative Seminar Series.
New York's school districts will lose a combined $42.7 million in federal funding if Congress cannot reach a deal to avoid the automatic cuts known as the sequester from occurring on Friday, the White House warned this week.
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The Transportation Security Administration will demonstrate its new passenger screening canine at Albany International Airport Tuesday.
Smoke was seen from blocks away after a fire broke out at 268 Sheridan Avenue in Albany on Tuesday morning.
A ceremony honoring six people who died 20 years ago in the first terrorist attack on the World Trade Center was being held Tuesday at the 9/11 memorial, where the twin towers were destroyed eight years later.
A Saratoga County man was indicted Tuesday on charges he sexually abused multiple females over the time of January to June 2012.
The City of Amsterdam would like to alert their residents that sales people from a company called "Just Energy" have been soliciting door-to-door trying to sell energy savings programs illegally.
New York Attorney General announced Tuesday an agreement with Price Chopper that requires the company to change the way it advertises and promotes its coupons in the state and pay a $100,000 penalty.
Proctors says they have signed a five year agreement to be the summer home during August for Cirque Éloize.
A school around the RPI campus went into lockdown Tuesday afternoon after a couple of men were seen walking near the school with some type of gun and threatening the use of what the caller believed to be BB or pellet guns.
A senior at Saratoga Springs High School passed away over the school's break last week.
IBM and New York are teaming up to create 10 new technical education programs, one each at public schools in different regions of the state.
Some say it comes down to economics and the amount of revenue mixed martial arts could bring to New York, while others oppose it because of the style of fighting it involves.