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'Martin, Harding and Mazotti Capital Region Pet Show': Kittens


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Fly Creek Apple Salsa


'Harry Potter' party at The Book House

Fashion and glamour of Saratoga

Gun safety in the home

Coping with 'trauma by proxy'

We are exposed to tragedies too often, including the recent police killings. Even if you're not directly affected, chances are you're building up a stress level from the trauma that you may not even realize.


Moriah Formica talks about her singing career

A local teenager, who won a junior high school talent show, has set her eye on a bigger stage. Moriah Formica stopped by NewsChannel 13 to explain where her singing is taking her.


'Clear the Shelters' event

You can help "Clear the Shelters" as part of a nationwide pet adoption initiative on July 23. Several Capital Region shelters are taking part. Kate Corey from the 'Martin, Harding and Mazotti Capital Region Pet Show' stopped by NewsChannel 13 to explain how.


Sprucing up your workout

Ever find your workout has gotten a little stale? Imagine how a kid feels trying to to the same exercises in the same order, day after day. Melissa Grattan from "Make It Fit" stopped by NewsChannel 13 with some tips to make exercising a little more interesting.


Summer Sauce recipe for veggies from Capital Region Child Care Council

Topic: SUMMER SAUCE RECIPE/GETTING CHILDREN TO TRY VEGGIES


'Monster Jam' comes to Lebanon Valley Speedway

If you like big trucks, head to Lebanon Valley Speedway on Tuesday or Wednesday for "Monster Jam." One of the drivers, Chuck Werner, stopped by NewsChannel 13 to tell us what we can expect to see there.


How to manage student loans

If you are heading to college, or sending your child to college, money can be a big concern. The average student- loan-debt for the class of 2015 is more than $35,000. Lisa Clifford of Key Bank stopped by NewsChannel 13 with tips on how to manage your loans.


Crab Stuffed Jumbo Shrimp from Il Faro

Chris Lofaro from Il Faro in Menands makes Crab Stuffed Jumbo Shrimp in our Let's Eat Kitchen.


Antony Haynes discusses the "Internet of Things"

For many of us, internet use has become a part of our daily lives, but there's a new and swiftly growing branch of the web dubbed the "Internet of Things." Antony Haynes from Albany Law School stopped by NewsChannel 13 to explain what it is.


Talking a walk to keep fit

It's one of the simplest things you can do to get your personal fitness on the right path. Your body can get great benefits, just from taking a walk. Dr. Robert Benton, cardiology chief at Troy's Samaritan Hospital, stopped by NewsChannel 13 13 to talk more about those benefits.


Tombstone Sandwich from 'Chops and Hops'

Dave Frederick from Chops and Hops joins Elaine in studio to talk about his meat market in Latham, NY.


The effects of Brexit on the market

Britain's recent vote to leave the European union has been sending shockwaves through world markets and with presidential elections now less than five months away in the US, we are joined by financial advisor Timothy Meigher to find out what investors can expect to see on Wall Street.


Mohawk Ambulance: Summer Safety Day

The city of Albany is planning a special "Summer Safety Day" on June 29. Lieutenant Michael Tremblay with the Albany Police Department and Daniel Gilmore of Mohawk Ambulance Service stopped by NewsChannel 13 with more details.


Choosing the right financial advisor

Finding the right financial advisor can be challenging. You want to make sure it's someone you can trust. Mark Agel stopped by NewsChannel 13 with some tips.


Martial Arts Camp at Pai's Tae Kwon Do

Schools may be out for the summer, but summer vacation shouldn't mean mental or physical stagnation. John McAuley from Pai's Tae Kwon Do stopped by NewsChannel 13 to talk about a martial arts summer camp.


WEB EXTRA: Financial Advisor Hugh Johnson on Brexit's economic impact

Financial Advisor Hugh Johnson of Hugh Johnson Advisors weighs in on the financial impact around the world, after Great Britain's vote to exit the European Union.


Five ways to please a picky eater

Winning over your picky eater is no easy task, but it can be done. Eric Houghton from the Capital District Child Care Council stopped by NewsChannel 13 with some tips.


Fireworks safety tips

Fourth of July is a time for celebration, and often, a time for injuries. Especially when the party includes fireworks.

Dr. John Janikas is the director of emergency medicine at Albany Memorial and Samaritan Hospitals stopped by NewsChannel 13 with safety tips.


Adirondack Winery Semi-Dry Riesling Poached Green Apple

Kelly is joined by Sasha Pardy, the owner of the Adirondack Wine and Food Festival, to talk about the festival this weekend June 25, and 26. Chef Matthew Bolton joined the set as well to give us a preview of some of the food and wine that will be available this coming weekend in the Adirondacks.


Pet wellness checks

Kate Corey joins Kelly in studio to talk about how often our pets should be getting check ups, and she brings in Marbles, a dog that you can adopt, he even does tricks! Finally, Kate and Kelly preview the Martin Harding and Mazzoti Capital Region Pet Show Saturday at 10, and Sunday at 11 on My 4.


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