Albany News Updates Provided by News 10
Sunday February 09, 2014
More than 100 people gathered at the Albany International Airport to welcome back Lance Corporal Austin Brozowski. His family and friends hoping to honor his sacrifice and service in a big way.
State Police are crediting quick thinking and CPR for saving a woman's life.
A Pet Connection adoption clinic will be set up at the Times Union Home Expo.
Sunday marks the 10th
anniversary of the shooting at Columbia High School.
The Warren County Sheriff's Office says a man caused a personal injury accident by attempting to spin doughnuts in his vehicle.
Thousands of consumers who faced enrollment problems and other issues will get three weeks of free coverage from Empire Blue Cross Blue Shield.
SCHENECTADY, N.Y. – Congressman Paul Tonko discuss his "Women in the Workplace" economic agenda on Sunday. Tonko joined women in the Capital Region at the YWCA of Northeastern New York in Schenectady
The Schoharie County Sheriff's Office is investigating a death of a man.
Deputies say an anonymous call stating concern for the animals sparked the investigation at 221 Hervey Sunside Road and at a second location around the corner, on Morrison Road.
State Police in Brunswick arrested George A. Harris, 35, from Glens Falls, for Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance 7th degree after stopping his vehicle for a traffic infraction.
Troy Police are investigating a scheme to defraud which occurred in the South Troy section of the city early Sunday evening. A suspect approached a resident in the Madison Street area and solicited cash, claiming his car had been towed and he needed the cash to pay the tow agency and retrieve his vehicle.