Remains of Chatham WWII vet coming home

Schenectady man left burned after fight with stepson

What fans can expect on Travers Day

Upstate NY lags behind NYC, rest of country in job growth

Allympics continue in Albany's Lincoln Park

New traffic safety buttons installed in Cohoes

Vermont highway deaths up sharply in first half of 2016

Fort Ann weighs whether to permit motocross track on current golf course

Vega gets 50 years for death of girlfriend, unborn baby

Michael Davis found not guilty on all charges

Franklin Graham leads prayer rally in Albany Thursday

Creative Connections Clubhouse opens in Amsterdam

Vermont pharmacies may now sell overdose antidote

Judge: New York ex-Assembly Speaker remains free for now

Million Dollar Beach remains closed

Albany becoming more bicycle friendly

One dead, three hospitalized after Lenox accident

Company says it hasn't reduced Albany oil shipments

New York appoints privacy officer to protect student data

The New York State Education Department has hired a chief privacy officer to protect student and teacher data. Commissioner MaryEllen Elia announced the appointment of Temitope Akinyemi Wednesday.

Strong aftershocks rattle devastated Italian earthquake zone

Troy officials seek public input for future of Monument Square

Vermont text-to-911 working again after software fix

Summer camp helps deaf students learn about filmmaking

RPI students volunteer in Schoharie County

Can-AM Indoor Football League eyes Glens Falls

Million Dollar Beach remains closed in Lake George

11-year-old from Troy heading to the Vatican

Warrensburg man charged with sexual contact with child

Little fanfare for latest effort to combat Albany corruption

An attempt to address state government corruption is prompting criticism from government watchdog groups who say it won't address Albany's culture of corruption - and could have bad unintended consequences for charitable non-profits.


Traveling Vietnam Memorial Wall stops in Princetown

Work on Albany sinkhole expected to be complete around Labor Day

Crews fix water main break in Menands

Gas leak forces brief evacuation in Saratoga

Former state employee pleads guilty to stealing computers

Pathologist takes stand in Michael Davis trial

Trump's evolving immigration plan compared to Clinton, Obama

Howard Johnson restaurant in Lake George soon to be only one left

NY comptroller approves $8B in contracts and payments

NY cracking down on underage drinking as fall classes begin

NY state parks unveiling restored Colonial-era stone house

NY doubles fines for selling mislabeled real or faux fur

Pittstown thieves leave no signs

Sheriff: Boat operator in fatal Lake George crash had drugs in system

Tonko: SCOTUS vote on VRA unacceptable, un-American

Swan song for Schenectady sheet music store

Troy man accused of killing toddler says he loved her

Gun show could move from Saratoga to Glens Falls

Obama vows support for Louisiana after the 'cameras leave'

Riverkeeper collecting water samples from upper Hudson

Vietnam memorial replica arrives in Princetown

NY adds machetes to list of "dangerous or deadly" weapons

Great Barrington cop suspected of drunken driving

Albany Mayor Sheehan takes City Hall on the road

Group gathers in Albany to call for Voting Rights Act update

Accident temporarily shuts down Thruway

Woman dies in fall near Kaaterskill Creek

Epi-Pen price going up 400%

Sewage pipe fixed in Amsterdam

DEC: Dredging not done yet

Amsterdam police, social media, help track down missing antique

Police: Albany man caught making counterfeit cash

NYRA expects a sellout crowd for Travers

Daily fantasy sports cleared to resume in New York state

Suddenly it's Trump sounding soft on illegal immigration

2nd liner prepared as Albany sinkhole repairs continue

Albany Med breaks ground on Niskayuna site

Speedo USA, 3 other sponsors drop Lochte after Rio incident

Judge in Texas temporarily blocks Obama's transgender rules

NY challenges effectiveness of PCB cleanup in the Hudson

Pittsfield plans to spray for Mosquitoes Tuesday night

Family home of Louisa May Alcott spared by tornado in town

Teens accused of arson at Gloversville school

Albany man facing weapons, drug charges

Greenport man accused of stabbing at party

Aerial sweeps lead to discovery of pot plants

Teens facing weapons charges in Albany

Correction: LI Highway Accident story
Facebook user praises Guilderland Police, encourages others to

Wish granted: Local boy to be blessed by Pope Francis

Samba, reflections and pride in final Rio Olympics party

One injured in Lake George boating accident

New York State Barber Expo brings top barbers to Albany

Motorcycle Ride for Cerebral Palsy held in Cohoes

More than 100 runners lace up to help local veterans

Albany police investigating Saturday night shooting

Official: Pills found at Prince's estate contained fentanyl

Schumer calls for 'swift' review of Kennedy Airport incident

How AP rates the presidential race and the Road to 270

NY tax collections lower than last year

13 people shot, wounded at Connecticut house party
Ryan Lochte calls his Rio behavior 'immature' in exclusive interview with Matt Lauer

Ryan Lochte discussed his alleged robbery incident with TODAY's Matt Lauer on Saturday and said he was taking "full responsibility" for his "immature behavior."

Broadalbin man arrested under Leandra's Law

Saratoga Springs gun show may be last at City Center

Queensbury teen has eyes on 2022 Winter Olympics

Bobbie Arsenault memorial event held in Averill Park