She lost her little girl Maddie to a rare condition, but now with the help of friends mom Erin Musto is creating fun days for other kids. It's called Maddie's Mark.
Her husband was murdered 8 years ago. The military says he was killed by a fellow soldier. But, at trial he was found not guilty. Today, Barb Allen is still trying to bring justice to her husband.
Molly Nichol sees people during the worst times of their lives. But she loves helping them in their time of need. Despite the fact that charitable dollars continue to shrink.
She had to carry an identification card in her native South African during the dark days of apartheid. Today, she is the President and Dean of Albany Law School. She tells young women never be afraid to go for an opportunity.
An Egyptian woman who has seen protestors in her country over the past several years take to the streets to demand more freedoms actually discovers those freedoms in the United States.
Melba Moore-actress singer is in town to sing with local choirs for a gospel concert. And, she can still hit the high notes in a career that spans many years.
Raising funds in this tough economy is not an easy feat----but a group of local women is making fundraising---fun. They're holding what's called the Mom Prom-yes you can go back to the prom again.
Have you ever caught yourself making excuses for why you're not living your dream just yet?
Friends from Saratoga County come together and save an ailing animal. The animal was a world away and now lives with a new family in Saratoga County.
Drue Sanders had the education, the drive and passion to own her own business, but she didn't have the capital. And, getting that first loan was not an easy job.
She once bought items from consignment shops, but now a local woman owns a shop. The economy is causing more women to visit consignment shops, but the fashions in those shops are also changing.
An accident caused Natasha LaFayette to hang up her dancing shoes. Little did she know a new passion would emerge out of her therapy.
Some people shy away from challenges for fear of failure, but not Phyllis Panetta. When it comes to the unknown, her philosophy is "bring it."
A local designer is still basking in her fashion fortune---getting a chance to unveil her collection at Fashion Week in New York City. But, it didn't start out that way for Lakeshia Motley. She had a number of setbacks but never gave up.
Nuhar Jaleel is helping local women improve their golf game during the winter months. The former pediatric physical therapist uses Gyrotonic excercises.
A local woman says just having a cup of tea helped change her life. So, she opened up the Blu Tea company in Mechanicville, hoping to give others the same chance.
A local mom, like many moms wants to have a career and raise her kids. She discovered she did not have to look any farther than her kitchen.
Shannon Allitt wanted it all-- to have a career and to stay home and raise her kids. So she came up with a business that allows her to do both.
Have you ever thought your life was going one way and then there was a detour? In today's Women Report, we look at what one woman did when life suddenly changed.
We all talk about escaping the 9 to 5, and doing something that we may enjoy more.