In Fulton County, police say it's probably not a good idea to leave your keys in your car when you're not in it or to leave valuables inside.
"You're never without me baby, I'll always be there for you." Those were the words Mitchell Daehling wrote to his wife in a note before he left for Afghanistan. Those were also the words his widow used to end his eulogy on Friday.
The case against a Washington County mother and son is being turned over to a grand jury.
The Saratoga 150's first big event has been postponed due to the weather. It's now going to kick off on Saturday June 1 at the Saratoga Performing Arts Center.
The Washington Avenue Armory in Albany insists the show will go on, despite an on going zoning dispute with the city.
A pitbull stolen from the Fulton County Animal Shelter before sunrise Friday was recovered by police, returned, and adopted before the end of the day. Two suspects are in custody.
A dog most likely saved a man's life when a fire broke out Friday morning in Pittsfield, Berkshire County. Police say a dog woke up Ed Jones as his home on Daniels Avenue was on fire.
Authorities in Fulton County are not longer searching for a father and son on the Great Sacandaga Lake. The pair disappeared last weekend while on a fishing trip.
The body of a missing fisherman has been recovered from the Hudson River.
Family and friends are paying final respects to a soldier from Berkshire County killed in Afghanistan.
Citing prosecutorial discretion, Columbia County District Attorney Paul Czajka on Thursday declined to prosecute a Dutchess County man who had been charged with having too many bullets in his handgun, a violation of the New York Safe Act.
This began at 7:30 Thursday evening, when a man jumped into the Hudson River, near the Dunn Memorial Bridge in Rensselaer.
A witness says the man was trying to retrieve his fishing pole.
Divers decided to suspend their search, late Thursday night.
The Lake George regional business community is buoyed by the announcement from The Sagamore that it will remain open year-round.
Josh Malatino and Amanda Scott operate "Sno-Kone-Joe's ice cream truck, and are asking a state Supreme Court judge to force city officials in Gloversville to give them back their operating permit.
Calling hours for Army Specialist Mitchell Daehling remind community of "the ultimate sacrifice."
A man is under arrest after police say he hosted a large party on private property that wasn’t his. Police say between 200 and 300 people attended the party this past weekend at a hayfield in Stillwater.
The Columbia County District Attorney is making good on a promise not to prosecute a man arrested under the SAFE
A false alarm led to a temporary lock down at the College of Saint Rose Thursday afternoon. Albany Police shut down access to the campus at several intersections just after noon, after someone reported seeing a gunman enter the events and athletic center.
Erie Canal overflowed its banks in Rotterdam Junction and water surged in from other directions as well during extremely heavy rain caused by tropical Storm Irene. Residents contend the Canal Corporation failed to maintain and prepare after 2006 flooding had indicated problems.
Fulton County Sheriff, Tom Lorey is one of five sheriffs seeking to join a Federal lawsuit against New York's tough new gun laws. Lorey and the sheriffs along with the New York State Sheriffs' Assciation, are asking a federal judge to add their position to the record.