Now is a good time to start a new activity or sport like Taekwondo. John McAuley from Pai's Taekwondo stopped by NewsChannel 13 to talk about how the sport can help kids concentrate and focus.
School is back in session. That means it's time to also think about getting that fall flu shot. Dr. Diane Tenenbaum from Schoolhouse Road Pediatrics stopped by NewsChannel 13 to talk about its importance.
Professor John Fischer from the Culinary Institute of America talks about the best ways to pair cheese and beer. You can learn more at an event Saturday, October 7 at The Egg.
School will be back in session next week. That means packing lunches. Melissa Grattan from Make It Fit stopped by NewsChannel 13 with some healthy and delicious options.
"The Malta 5k" is a friendly business challenge, where you can meet, network, run or walk for a good cause. This is the run's 8th year. Paul Loomis and Charles Woodruff stopped by NewsChannel 13 to talk about it.
The late nights, and mornings spent sleeping in, will soon be over for children across the Capital Region. Dr. Diane Tenenbaum from Schoolhouse Road Pediatrics joins NewsChannel 13 with some tips to make sure your kids are rested and ready for school.
If you've been trying to decide between a traditional IRA or a Roth IRA or are a little confused, you've come to a right place. Financial advisor Marc Agel explains.
The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation's Ride to Cure Diabetes is September 14-17. People will raise money to help researchers by signing up and heading out on their bicycle. Denise Nicastro stopped by NewsChannel 13 to talk about it.
A Disney classic is coming to life at Cohoes Music Hall. "The Lion King Jr." opens on August 22 and runs through August 26.
Fans of gymnastics can see athletes in action later this month, as gymnasts in the Capital Region show off their talents for a great cause. It's part of the Adult Gymnastics Exhibition at World Class Gymnastics Academy in Latham on August 27. Eric Weiskopf from World Class Gymnastics Academy and Megan Evans from STRIDE stopped by NewsChannel 13 to talk about it.
Many Capital Region teenagers will be heading off to college in just a few weeks. We all know it's expensive, but with some planning, both parents and students can avoid the sticker shock of first-year expenses. Lisa Clifford of Key Bank stopped by NewsChannel 13 with some advice.
Kate Corey stopped by NewsChannel 13 to talk about an upcoming "Clear the Shelters" event on August 19 around the Capital Region and the "Martin, Harding & Mazzotti Capital Region Pet Show," which airs on My 4 Saturday and Sunday mornings at 11 a.m.
This week is "World Breastfeeding Week" and St. Peter's Health Partners is ready with new baby cafes opening in Troy and Schenectady. Erin Sinisgalli, the community health director for St. Peter's Health Partners, stopped by NewsChannel 13 to explain.
The Veggie Mobile is celebrating its 10th anniversary. The program from Capital Roots allows people to buy fresh produce at an affordable price. Amy Klein from Capital Roots stopped by NewsChannel 13 with more information.
Staying fit while traveling may be a bit tough. Melissa Grattan from Make It Fit stopped by NewsChannel 13 with some tips.
We have heard plenty of stories of the importance of sunscreen and ticks. Dr. Diane Tenenbaum from Schoolhouse Road Pediatrics stopped by NewsChannel 13 to talk about common summer pitfalls.
Learn how to make a delicious sausage, pepper and onion sandwich.
It takes a village to raise a child, but in this world of technology and excessive media, raising children is harder than ever. Psychiatrist Dr. Anthony Ferraioli stopped by NewsChannel 13 with some tips.
Mark King of the Mohawk Hudson Land Conservancy discusses the organization's steps to conserving land in the Capital Region, along with outdoor events planned for the summer.
Kate Corey has a preview of this weekend's Martin, Harding & Mazzotti Capital Region Pet Show, which can be seen on My 4 Saturdays and Sundays at 11 a.m.
Bennington police say a foster mom bit her 9-year-old foster child. Anna Livingston is now charged with domestic assault and cruelty to a child under 10.