Crews are still working to fix that massive sinkhole at the intersection of South Lake Avenue and Elberon Place. The second liner is now in the pipe and extending toward the sinkhole. The liner is to reinforce the sewer.
Repair work continues around the clock on the sinkhole at South Lake Avenue near Elberon Place in Albany. The first liner to repair it was installed successfully last week and the second liner is getting ready to go in now.
Two Guilderland police officers are being praised for their work. A man from Chatham says he created a Facebook post showing the pair getting a baby out of a locked car, in response to the negative press he says police often get.
Some of the best barbers from across the country gathered in Albany on Sunday. The New York State Barber Expo brought together some of the industry's premier barbers to showcase their tips and techniques, and share their secrets to success.
Over 100 people revved up their engines Sunday morning for a good cause. Riders took part in the annual Motorcycle Ride for Cerebral Palsy. Nearly 130 people rode 85 miles to help the Cohoes-Waterford Elks Club raise money to fight the disorder.
Police in Albany are investigating a shooting. Police say it happened on Ontario Street near First Street just before 11 p.m. Saturday night. A 25-year-old man was shot in the upper leg and taken to the hospital.
Six months after implementing the "Safe Streets" initiative, the Cohoes mayor says crime is down in his city by double digits. The mayor and police brass credit a re-organization of the entire department for the drop.
Albany Mayor Kathy Sheehan is moving out of city hall, at least for a day. The mayor will host City Hall on the Road next Tuesday. She will be at Giffen Elementary School on South Pearl Street from 5:30 p.m. until 7 p.m.
Drivers going over the Rt. 85 overpass heading towards the University at Albany on Washington Ave. are used to hitting the gas. That's where the speed limit increases from 30 to 45 miles per hour. But not after Friday morning.
The mother of a 15 year old accusing an Albany Police officer of excessive force doesn't believe the charges go far enough. And while there is video of the alleged incident, the teen's mom says she hasn't seen it.
As New York State begins its next round of "Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” campaign, the parents of Christopher Stewart share their moving message against drinking and drugged driving, speeding and texting while behind the wheel.
After two floors of 50 Hudson Avenue collapsed Monday, city officials decided the building needed to come down. Demolition of the building sitting next to Albany’s oldest didn't quite go as planned on Thursday morning.
Residents of Albany’s Ezra Prentice Houses blame pollution from oil trains and diesel trucks on a host of health problems people living in the public housing units have. During a meeting with members of the EPA and other local and state officials Wednesday night, many residents got to voice their concerns.
NewsChannel 13 has been reporting on the oil trains that roll through downtown Albany every day. Their final destination is the oil terminal at the Port of Albany run by Global Companies. Now the Environmental Protection Agency is charging Global Companies with violating air pollution standards at the terminal.
An Albany police officer is charged with harassment involving a 15-year-old girl. Police say it happened at St. Anne’s Institute on July 26, as officers responded to a call for someone assaulting a staff member. Ervis Miftari now faces child endangerment and harassment charges. He has been on the force since January 14.
To stand at 48 Hudson Ave. is to stand near history. It’s one of two surviving Dutch buildings left in Albany. City officials are working to make sure that 48 Hudson -- built 288 years ago -- gets to see its 300th birthday.
A 23-year-old Latham man facing public lewdness charges is due in court Wednesday. Frederick Basile was arrested in March after a witness says Basile was inappropriately touching himself in a school zone.
A Capital Region priest faces three years probation when he's sentenced on Wednesday. Adam Egan pleaded guilty to videotaping a woman in a dressing room. He spied on the woman at the Salvation Army in Latham just before Christmas last year.
A bit of history will soon be demolished in Albany. Crews are at 50 Hudson Avenue where the building is in danger of collapsing. The tricky part of the demo is that this building is right next to the oldest building in the city.
It will be a night of family, food, and fun as CDPHP celebrates the Heart of the Community with a free Healthy Neighborhood event on Tuesday, Aug. 23 from 4:30 to 7 p.m. at Arbor Hill Community Center in Albany.
An Albany man will spend the next 15 years in prison for trying to kill a man in a murder for hire case. Shaqquese Salmond was sentenced Monday morning for his role in the 2014 attack on Marquis Mitchell.
About 100 people went for a run Sunday with their four-legged friends. The Ruff-Ruff Run 5K and 10K was held at the Crossings in Colonie. Runners and their dogs took part in the friendly and competitive event.
The Shaker Road Loudonville Fire Department held a car wash and bottle drive Saturday to support its Explorers program. The money will help buy gear for the program, which helps train future firefighters.
St. Anne's Institute on North Main Avenue is an organization that helps troubled girls and women with programs and services. That's where police say back in late July, officer Ervis Miftari responded to a call. They're not saying exactly why he was there. But while at the facility, officer Miftari allegedly slammed a young girl to the ground. He was suspended without pay, according to police.
Sarcoma is a rare type of cancer that can begin in the bones or in soft tissue. Soft tissue sarcoma is more common in people 65 and older. Bone sarcomas are more common in children. Both types can be challenging to treat.
Two store clerks are charged with selling alcohol to minors. Police say Nikhil Maddi, at Four Corner Grocery and Mohamed Alzadi, 30, at 4th Street Market, sold the alcohol to an undercover, underage, volunteer, working with police.
New York State Police say Aaron Merrit was involved in hit and runs and then went on the run right down I-90. Police say they got a call on Wednesday for a man running down the side of I-90 near Everett Road. When police arrived, they found Merritt, who they say had been running through a wooded area towards Central Avenue.