It's almost Halloween and it's not just the kids getting excited. Some of our four-legged friends are getting in the spirit too. Kate Corey, host of the Martin, Harding & Mazzotti Capital Region Pet Show on My 4 stopped by with some costumed friends ready for adoption.
An event coming up wants to ignite that passion to help others and do something in your community. Jonathan Hentrich from "Serve Albany" and Chef Ric Orlando from New World Bistro Bar stopped by NewsChannel 13 to explain.
If you've ever wanted to travel around the world, you can start by visiting downtown Albany this weekend. Manoj Ajmera and Chef Yono from Yono's Restaurant stopped by NewsChannel 13 with a preview of the Festival of Nations.
Halloween is just over a week away. From carving a pumpkin to the trick-or-treating trail, you want to make sure your children are safe. Dr. Diane Tenenbaum, a pediatrician, stopped by NewsChannel 13 with some tips.
Stock market, money and power seem to collide every four years during a presidential election. Financial Advisor Marc Agel stopped by NewsChannel 13 to discuss what investors can expect based on history.
Computers and technology touch almost every aspect of our lives. Miriam Dushane is the managing director at Linium Recruiting. She stopped by NewsChannel 13 with a look at the high tech jobs around the Capital Region.
For many homeowners, their house is their most valuable investment. Homeowners insurance can be an important tool to protect it. Mark Massaroni from the Scautub Agency in Scotia stopped by NewsChannel 13 with some tips.
There are many people who talk about those with "disabilities." Today, we are focusing on their abilities. Professor Jim Nolan from Siena College talks about the annual Art for the View.
The opening fundraiser is on October 21 at Proctor's in Schenectady.
The Albany Barn is a non-profit community arts center and is about to hold a delicious fundraiser. Kristen Holler and Michelle Hines Abram Thibeault stopped by NewsChannel 13 to talk about the 5th annual Fusion.
VETHELP is a non-profit organization that helps veterans with housing and employment opportunities. Cheryl Hage-Perez stopped by NewsChannel 13 to explain and talk about an upcoming fundraiser. The Veterans Ball is Saturday, October 29 at the NY State Military Museum.
Some people refer to their 20s as the best time of their lives. But after the carefree college years, many of life's realities start to settle in. It's this in-between that sets the stage for a new short film produced entirely in Troy. It's called "Wild Lunacy on a Wednesday Night" and premieres this Friday at the Arts Center of the Capital Region.
The State Supreme Court Appellate Division has vacated the conviction of sneaker thief Marquis Dixon. The court's decision however does not totally exoneration Dixon. It merely grants him "youthful offender" status, something that was denied by the trial judge, and re-sentences him to one-to-three years in prison.
Often times, when it rains our outdated sewer systems can't keep up. Newschannel 13's Karen Tararache explores how six Capital Region communities are working together, to eliminate sewage discharge into the Hudson River.