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Queens man convicted of running drug ring in Albany County


Jah-Juan Davis and the flare gun police say he used.

Flare gun leads to attempted murder charge


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Green Party seeing red over November ballot

New Albany Police badge given during swearing-in ceremony at City Hall on Friday, September 30, 2016.

Albany police welcome 11 new officers

Dozens bike through Albany to remember missing children

Man gets 22 years in prison for deadly Albany stabbing


NY worker admits falsified resume; pleads guilty, resigns


Landlord admits stealing from disabled tenant in Albany

 An out-of-town landlord has admitted draining the bank account of an Albany tenant who had suffered a stroke.

 


Breathing Lights aims to draw attention to vacant buildings


Canine rescuer: Pitbull ban a knee jerk reaction


Albany police to begin testing body cameras


Troy man charged with Glenmont burglaries


Closing arguments expected in Manuel Luna trial


Albany mayor Sheehan to announce new city judge


Spain to be named new Watervliet police chief


Schumer pushing for TU Center to host NCAA men's basketball tournament


Search warrant in Albany leads to drugs and guns arrest


Power authority begins to shoulder nearly $100 million canal costs


Bridge manufacturer blamed for unauthorized photos at Voorheesville Elementary


Albany man sentenced for brutal hammer attack


New apartment complex combines housing and services for young adults with autism


Colonie homeowner told to stop selling zombies


Biomedical researchers to split $500,000 Albany Med prize


Multi-car crash causes headaches for I-90 commuters


Accident snarls traffic on I-90 in Albany


Crossgates Mall holding mall-wide job fair


Albany Med prize winners set to receive money


Guilderland home heavily damaged by fire


Who won? My candidate did, that's who


Latham salon to offer complimentary services to cancer patients


NY Comptroller: Several Capital Region communities under 'fiscal stress'


Ethics commission meets for first time since federal, state indictments


UAlbany student from Queens found dead


State ethics enforcers had the data on Percoco and Howe


Longtime Bishop Maginn leader, coach remembered fondly


Traffic stop leads police to drugs, fake credit cards


Albany bank robbery under investigation


Repairs finally complete on Albany sinkhole


Albany church volunteers help clean up community


New NY legislation allows pet owners, pets to be buried together


Columbia Development head Nicolla due in court on Monday


Nicolla pleads not guilty in bid-rigging case


Pipeline protest planned in Albany Sunday night


More than 300 attend first-ever NAMIWalk in Albany


Over 1,500 walk to bring awareness to Alzheimer’s Disease


Thousands flood Albany for Lark Fest


Albany police investigating shooting


Parking restrictions and road closures for Lark Fest


Latest corruption indictment fuels distrust of government


Veterans registering voters for election outside mosque


La Salle teacher charged with raping student appears in court


Claim Denied: City won't pay for car swallowed by sinkhole in Albany


Watervliet man gets maximum sentence for January murder


Critics say corruption scandal proves need for ethics reform


Highly visible construction company at center of SUNY Poly controversy


Church of the Holy Innocents temporarily saved

A church in Albany has been saved, at least temporarily. The Church of the Holy Innocents has been a landmark in Arbor Hill for 166 years. But now it's vacant and an application to demolish the church was supposed to be considered Wednesday by Albany's Historic Resources Commission.


Artifact from 9/11 attacks now on display at Albany airport


Former funeral home manager sentenced for stealing $150,000


Honeywell workers rally over contract dispute


Ribbon cut for two new Lark Street businesses


Daycare ushers in rebirth of Albany's Harriman Campus


NYS releases new Common Core standards


Albany Diocese Priest recalls miracle trip to Rome for Canonization


Students get schooled on student loan debt


Women of Excellence Unplugged event held in Colonie

It was the Women of Excellence Unplugged on Tuesday. The annual event provides the women who are recognized in June by the Capital Region Chamber to share stories of success and support with others. 


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