Summer is a great time for everyone to enjoy different indoor and outdoor activities. But there are safety tips you need to keep in mind. Dr. John Janikas, the director of emergency medicine for Albany Memorial and Samaritan Hospitals, shares some ideas.
Kate Corey, host of the "Martin, Harding and Mazotti Capital Region Pet Show" on My 4, shows us some very cute kittens. The show can be seen Saturdays at 10 a.m. and then again Sunday at 11 a.m. on My 4.
"Harry Potter" fans can recapture the magic this weekend. The latest J.K. Rowling's saga is being released at midnight on Sunday. Kathleen Carey from The Book House in Stuyvesant Plaza stopped by NewsChannel 13 to talk about a party they're having to celebrate.
Chances are the biggest threat to our kids' safety may not be assault rifles or a lack of security. It may be the guns within their reach. Dr. Diane Tenenbaum, a pediatrician at St. Peter's Hospital, stopped by NewsChannel 13 with some advice.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The centerpiece of the Saratoga meet will be run Saturday. It's the annual Travers Stakes. What can racing fans expect tomorrow? NewsChannel 13’s Mark Mullholland is joined by NYRA President and CEO Christopher Kay to find out.
In an effort to keep kids safe as we get ready for school to start, eight new buttons are installed at crosswalks along 787 in Cohoes. They’re called elevator buttons because they light up after you push them. That way you know they're working.
A man accused of killing a 2-year-old girl was found not guilty on all charges on Thursday. Michael Davis had been accused of killing his girlfriend's daughter back in February 2015. Prosecutors argued the Troy man squeezed little Viola to death. The defense argued that Davis found the girl unresponsive and tried to perform CPR.