Columbia Development head Nicolla due in court on Monday

Latest corruption indictment fuels distrust of government

Gov. Cuomo weighs in on corruption scandal

SUNY Poly president Kaloyeros appears in court on corruption charges

Trump, Clinton set to debate Monday night

Columbia Development head Nicolla due in court on Monday

Clinton, Trump buff foreign policy bona fides on debate eve

Vermont offers safety tips to hunters using tree stands

The Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department is offering safety tips to hunters who use tree stands. The department advises choosing a live, straight tree and to only use stands certified by the Treestand Manufacturer's Association.

Vermont GOP candidate would sell business shares if he wins

Schumer: Wireless emergency alerts must include photos

Most Massachusetts legislative candidates running unopposed

Leaf-peeping season a little behind schedule

Leaf-peeping season is running a little behind schedule this year. Observers for Empire State Development's I Love New York program say changes are just beginning in the Adirondacks. They expect a 30 percent change this weekend in the Tupper Lake area and up to 25 percent around Lake Placid.

NY hunting seasons for turkeys, pheasants open Oct. 1

Pipeline protest planned in Albany Sunday night

North Greenbush community gives surprise sendoff for Army Reserve Sgt.

Obama's 9/11 lawsuit veto a complex issue

Albany police investigating shooting

Charlotte ends curfew imposed after man shot by police

Vigil planned for Schenectady murder victim

Debate Night: Clinton, Trump set for high-stakes showdown

Over 1,500 walk to bring awareness to Alzheimer’s Disease

More than 300 attend first-ever NAMIWalk in Albany

Thousands flood Albany for Lark Fest

Bill Nunn, actor in "Do the Right Thing," dead at 63

Greenfield crash leads to DWI charge for Mechanicville man

Vermont getting an additional $16m in federal highway funds

Mall shooting suspect: 'Creepy,' multiple arrests, disputes

Parking restrictions and road closures for Lark Fest

Latest corruption indictment fuels distrust of government

SUNY Poly president Kaloyeros appears in court on corruption charges

SUNY Poly names new interim leader

Man arrested for DWI after driving car into church

Veterans registering voters for election outside mosque

Claim Denied: City won't pay for car swallowed by sinkhole in Albany

NY authorities seize over 72 pounds of heroin in record drug bust

Watervliet man gets maximum sentence for January murder

La Salle teacher charged with raping student appears in court

Unclear in new Charlotte video whether man had a gun

Woman dies in Amsterdam crash

Egypt moves to tighten borders after migrant ship tragedy

Collins, Schumer bill to grow volunteer firefighters passes

A U.S. Senate committee has passed a bill that senators from Maine and New York say will improve communities' ability to recruit and keep volunteer firefighters and emergency workers.


NY governor's ex-top aide among 9 charged in bribery case

Critics say corruption scandal proves need for ethics reform

Attorney general announces state corruption charges

Kaloyeros credited as brainchild of Tech Valley vision for Albany

Highly visible construction company at center of SUNY Poly controversy

Imam in bombing suspect's hometown speaks against violence

Criminal charges in Tulsa police shooting may prevent unrest

Saratoga man who admitted to beating his parents to be sentenced

Attorney: Officer was fired over unfounded charges

Early bow hunting seasons for deer start in NY next week

Early bow hunting seasons for deer start next week across New York state. Bow season begins in the Northern Zone at sunrise next Tuesday and runs through Oct. 21. The season opens in the Southern Zone on Saturday, Oct. 1, and ends Nov. 18.


Vermont Supreme Court Justice Dooley to retire in March

Vermont Secretary of State: early voting to begin by Friday

Vermont Secretary of State Jim Condos says early voting for the Nov. 8 election is set to begin. No later than Friday, any registered voter will be able to request a ballot from his or her town clerk by phone, mail, or online and then cast a ballot.

Police investigating assault of young child

Yahoo confirms huge data breach affecting 500 million accounts

Troy police investigate attempted abduction

Presidential candidates weigh in on unrest after police shooting

Rensselaer County Regional Chamber president resigns

Tulsa police officer charged in man's death

Schneiderman says bills would create opioid abuse loopholes

Hudson Falls teacher's Holocaust train rescue project subject of book

Artifact from 9/11 attacks now on display at Albany airport

NY communities to get $8M for accessible sidewalks

Doane Stuart School students spread wishes for peace

Adirondack Balloon Fest gets underway Thursday

Former funeral home manager sentenced for stealing $150,000

Pittsfield police searching for possible suspect behind string of car break-ins

NYS releases new Common Core standards

Honeywell workers rally over contract dispute

Daycare ushers in rebirth of Albany's Harriman Campus

Students get schooled on student loan debt

Passenger leads to driver's arrest in North Greenbush

Albany Diocese Priest recalls miracle trip to Rome for Canonization

Egremont raises its tobacco age

Prison guards charged with covering up inmate beating

Police: Saratoga County teen made terroristic threat against school

State police search for missing 16-year-old girl

Presidential candidates react to police shootings

Four people busted in Lansingburgh prostitution sting

Ribbon cut for two new Lark Street businesses

Mylan CEO set to defend EpiPen prices amid public outcry

New York state completes $35M in SUNY campus upgrades

Colonie Youth Center gets $5K from AT&T

Colonie is celebrating a gift to help local children.  AT&T is giving $5,000 to the Colonie Youth Center. Local leaders celebrated the contribution at the Ciccotti Center on Tuesday. The money will be used for teen counseling programs. 

Gillibrand calling for investigation of Saint-Gobain site

Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand is calling on the CDC to investigate the Saint Gobain site in Hoosick Falls. The senator has written to the agency, asking it to conduct a public health assessment of the area, including Petersburgh.

Massachusetts man arraigned on attempted murder charges

Application deadline coming for vacancy on NY top court

Vermont unemployment rate inches up to 3.3 percent in August

Student loan debt in NY doubles in last decade

Colonie residents debate landfill expansion

Bronx man charged after Northway traffic stop

A traffic stop on the Northway led to the discovery of several forged credit cards. State police stopped Victor Castillo for speeding on Monday in Queensbury. In addition to the credit cards, they say the Bronx man was later found to be hiding marijuana inside himself.

Bad crash leads to bad journalism

838 is 'The 518's' new area code

Bombing suspect left rambling note

Brittonkill School District warns of suspicious strangers

Routine maintenance to close Green Island Bridge

Farrell beats Long in Albany City Court judge primary

George H.W. Bush said to be voting for Clinton

Ground broken on new Mohawk-Hudson Humane Society

In parting words to UN, Obama calls for 'course correction'