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Looking back at April on Wall Street

As we close out April and head into May, Tim Meigher of Morgan Stanley stopped by NewsChannel 13 with some Wall Street insight.

  • 'Lady Lucy's Quest'

    Can a girl join the Knights of the Round Table? That’s the basis of a new children's book, written by a former college president and senior policy advisor at the Department of Education. Author Karen Gross stopped by NewsChannel 13 to talk about it.

  • Working with an exercise ball

    Melissa Grattan from Make It Fit stopped by NewsChannel 13 with tips on how to get the most out of your exercise ball.

  • Where You Live Matters

    Adam DeSantis of Summit Senior Living drops by to talk about his organization's Where You Live Matters program.

  • The importance of early childhood literacy

    Early literacy development for children is very important. Tricia Howland from the Capital District Child Care Council and Neil Estrada from The Schenectady City School District stopped by NewsChannel 13 with some ideas to ignite a spark in kids.

  • Spring themed book ideas

    If you're into cooking gardening or just plain reading, there is a book for you. Kathleen Carey from the Book House in Stuyvesant Plaza stopped by with some suggestions.

  • Changes in retirement planning

    The Department of Labor has released its final fiduciary rule that will affect the people planning retirement. Financial expert Marc Agel stopped by NewsChannel 13 with what you need to know.

  • My 4 Pet Show: Matilda

    Kate Corey, host of the "My 4 Pet Show," introduces us to Matilda this weekend. The show can be seen Saturdays at 10 a.m. and Sundays at 11 a.m. on My 4.

  • 'Save a Life' Blood Drive

    You can help save a life just by rolling up your sleeves! NewsChannel 13’s and the Red Cross are teaming up for our “Save a Life” Blood Drive on Thursday, April 14 from Noon until 7 p.m. Patty Corvaia from the American Red Cross stopped by NewsChannel 13 to explain how you can help.

  • 'Walk a Mile in Her Shoes'

    Men from around the Capital Region will be walking around in Troy later this month, standing tall in their high heels. The annual "Walk a Mile in Her Shoes" takes place on April 30 at Riverfront Park in Troy. Registration is at 11 a.m. Lindsay Crusan from Samaritan Hospital stopped by NewsChannel 13 with more.

  • Video to raise money for children's hospital

    Each year, WGY and 99.5 The River team up to raise money for the Bernard and Millie Duker Children's Hospital at Albany Medical Center. A video was put together featuring the kids, along with their doctors, nurses and others who work with the families every day. “Kevin and Shana,” the morning crew from 99.5 The River stopped by NewsChannel 13 to talk about it.

  • Fundraiser planned for World's Window

    There is an effort that started in the Capital Region to help students in Central America. It's called World's Window. Chris Casey, the organization's president stopped by NewsChannel 13 to talk about an upcoming fundraiser.

  • 'Lion King' at Proctors

    Disney's "The Lion King" continues at Proctors through April 17. Aaron Nelson and Nia Holloway, who play Simba and Nala, stopped by NewsChannel 13 to talk about the show.

  • Expert discusses vaccinating kids

    The controversial documentary, “Vaxxed” was recently removed from screening at the Tribeca film festival in New York City. The movie alleges a former Centers for Disease Control employee covered up research into vaccinations impact on autism. There has been much research disputing that claim. Pediatrician Dr. Diane Tenenbaum from St. Peter's Hospital stopped by NewsChannel 13 with what all parents need to know about vaccinating their children.

  • 'Journey Through the Body' coming to Crossgates

    NewsChannel 13 and St. Peter's Health Partners at teaming up again for "Journey Through the Body." Elmer Streer from St. Peter's Health Partners stopped by NewsChannel 13 to talk about it.

  • Tax tips for small businesses

    The deadline to file income taxes is April 15. Lisa Clifford from Key Bank stopped by with some tax tips for small businesses.

  • Tire changing tips

    A new season will eventually arrive and for many of us, that means making the switch to a different set of tires. George Dunbrook from Dunbrook Mobil in Albany stopped by NewsChannel 13 to explain.

  • Financial impact of terror attacks

    When tragedy hits, like last week's terror attacks, financial markets around the world are affected. Tim Meigher from Morgan Stanley stopped by NewsChannel 13 to explain.


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