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Firefighters say two houses were heavily damaged in Albany Saturday night.
The Vermont Health Department is praising a new federal rule that prohibits smoking in public housing developments across the country.
State tax collections were off target last month and are once again running slightly below projections for the current fiscal year.
A 13-year-old child is dead and five others are hospitalized, following a two car, head-on crash in Columbia County.
The Federal Highway Administration wants New York to remove "I Love New York" road signs, concerned that the big blue signs will distract motorists.
Troy Police tell us Johnny Oquendo is being held at the Rensselaer County Jail under a sealed indictment linked to the murder of Noel Alkaramla.
Hundreds of people braved the chilly weather Saturday morning for a run full of the holiday spirit.
A top prize winning ticket for the Dec. 1 Take 5 drawing was sold at Stewart’s Shops at 1209 Chrisler Ave., the New York lottery announced Friday.
After two straight days of bomb threats at Cobleskill-Richmondville High School, state police say they have the teen responsible.
People in the North Country showed off their tree decorating skills this week, all for a good cause.
Tobacco products might soon be banned inside and immediately outside federally funded public housing. If the plan moves forward, it would take 18 months to take effect.
The state has awarded $6.3 million in grants to help preserve farmland in eastern New York.