It's happening more and more -- women winning -- changing the face of politics. New groups like Higher Heights making sure black women too are part of this new political landscape.
Two women are getting a lot of attention for a new talk show they've begun. They're not whizzes when it comes to technology, but feel the message is more important than the medium it’s delivered through.
Ozgul Ucan and Arzu Demircan run Leggings World in Crossgates Mall and Viaport Rotterdam.
Judy DeLong-Broda sees people in ways many of us don't. They include people with disabilities, people with social issues or mental health issues, or people who don't have family. That means she's seen people who can easily fall through the cracks.
Since she was a child Monica Kasongo Muamba has had a flair for fashion.
Jenn Dugan has helped make theater come to life through make-up for years.
March is "Women's History Month" and women are making history as more and more of them try to change the political landscape in this country by running for office.
The saying is "persistence pays off" and it certainly did in the case of a North Greenbush woman. For years, she had ideas that never quite panned out until now.
We know people are leaving New York State and the reasons vary. However, African Americans say they are leaving because of a lack of opportunities. One woman is determined to have big city ideas right here in Albany.
Aroma Thompson thought her hands would be used in medicine to bring comfort as a nurse. Instead, she dispenses medicine for the soul to all who take a seat in her chair.
When there's a widely publicized incident of violence against a woman, you often see the numbers go up in self-defense classes.
The debate over women being paid the same as men for the same job is an ongoing controversy. The Workforce Development Institute is making it its business to show the public the kind of work women are doing by using a calendar.
This weekend, women throughout the Capital Region will be commemorating the Women's March of last January. As the crowds began to swell last year, women across the country declared that this was more than a Women's March -- it was a movement.
When Gina Coleman sings, you feel it down to your toes. She says that's what the blues does. It makes you feel it.
Jazmin Brown is living her dream as owner of Jazzy Kids Care in Green Island. The daycare also offers piano lessons for its kids twice a week.
Kim Comiskey has always wanted to make women look and feel good. It's a dream that began when she was just a little girl.
Brenda Rosenbaum says Mayan women living in Guatemala are underdogs, abused, poor, and oppressed. She's not repeating something she's read – she's talking about something she knows.
Bonnie Hayden of Pittsfield still marvels at having her own piece of the rock – her home. It's a miracle she thought would never happen.
Meghan Phalen is under deadline. In newspaper jargon, she's putting the paper to bed. As editor of the Greenwich Journal and Salem Press for the past three years, the news has been her life since she bought the publications from the previous owner.
As the fall temps drop, we turn to comfort food. However, you might be surprised to find that kind of food on a food truck. One local woman is betting you'll like those dishes.