Repairs and road closures continue on a 100-year-old water pipe that broke in Troy last winter.
Below the new E-Z Pass reading scanners along the Mass Pike, are new signs making it very obvious Massachusetts is charging the rest of E-Z Pass-using America more.
Troy Mayor Patrick Madden says his city is "vigorously" investigating a wave of suspicious fires in his city. Right now, they’re all being looked at as possible arsons.
Troy police and fire crews are investigating a fire at 61 Sixth Avenue.
Fire erupted inside a vacant home in Troy and authorities say it appears to have been deliberately set. The fire on Second Avenue early Monday morning was at least the fifth suspicious fire in the city within the last month.
A viral Facebook post is once again targeting a local business, this time accusing a local pet store of keeping animals in deplorable conditions. But the store’s owner says the post is blatantly false, and that she has been getting threats over it.
A man stabbed in Troy last week has died. Police say 46-year-old Leonard Ellis died at Albany Medical Center.
A fire broke out inside a vacant building in Troy.
If you're a fan of barbecue, the Collar City is the place to be on Saturday. The tenth annual Troy Pig Out is underway.
Police make an arrest in one of two recent shootings in north central Troy.
Bow Tie Cinemas has been asking for tax breaks from cash-strapped Troy to build a $22 million movie theater in the vacant lot where City Hall used to stand.
Two teenagers are under arrest, accused of vandalizing the town ball fields in Hoosick Falls. A 16-year-old from the village and a 17-year-old from Troy are facing charges.
A former teaching aide at Vanderheyden is facing charges. Police say Randy Lee Watson, 32, showed a naked photo of himself to a student in fall 2016 and another student earlier this year.
The Rensselaer County legislature is joining in with Albany County in suing the companies that make opioids. The legislature voted unanimously on Tuesday.
A grandson of former South Africa President Nelson Mandela will speak at RPI in September. Ndaba Mandela, the chairman of the Africa Rising Foundation, is continuing the legacy of his grandfather.
Cases of the tick-borne illness, anaplasmosis, are increasing in Columbia and Greene Counties. NewsChannel 13 reported a significant increase in the number of cases of anaplasmosis in Rensselaer County on Friday.
Another day and more sewage flows into the Hudson River.
An inspiring story turns into disappointment. After volunteers worked hours and hours last week to get Hoosick Falls' flooded ball fields ready for a youth tournament, they were vandalized.
Troy police are investigating another suspicious fire.
Troy police say they are investigating a shooting in the area of Sixth Avenue and Glen Avenue.
Albany Assemblywoman Pat Fahy calls raw sewage overflows into the Hudson River "disturbing and frustrating."
If you were in the Hudson River on Sunday, hundreds of thousands of gallons of untreated sewage might have been floating right along with you.
A Pittstown man was arrested after State Police say he crashed his car while driving drunk.
State Police made twelve arrests after CountryFest on Saturday.
More rain drops and an angry sky were the last things Little League players, coaches and parents wanted to see on Saturday.
As NewsChannel 13 has been reporting, this summer was expected to be a bad one for tick-borne diseases and now we're seeing proof of that. Cases of anaplasmosis are growing in Rensselaer County, with eight reported on Friday morning alone, prompting the county to issue an alert to residents.
The mayor of Hoosick Falls has extended the state of emergency for a small area around Winding Brook. But the state of emergency has been lifted in other areas hit by last weekend's flooding.
Police are investigating a home burglary that took place Wednesday evening.
The girlfriend of a woman brutally murdered in Troy in 2015 has committed suicide.
WEST SAND LAKE - A motorcycle accident shut down part of Route 43 early Wednesday afternoon.
HOOSICK FALLS -- Crews are working on filling in the holes in Spring Street and hauling away the junk that washed up there after Saturday's storm.
As they worked, the state Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Services had staff there assessing the damage.
The state is trying to hit a magic number to qualify for federal flood money from FEMA. They must find $27.7 million of damage from this storm to public infrastructure statewide.
Hoosick Falls will be included with other parts in the state. Lt. Governor Kathy Hochul and other state leaders were in Whitesboro Wednesday. It was also hit hard by the storm.
The state had another agency at the Armory in Hoosick Falls. Geoff Morse from The Division of Financial Services gave people advice on how to file claims with their insurance company.
"It definitely is emotional. Certainly, you like to be empathetic and listen to the people. It's always hard to give bad news if it's not covered by the homeowners of course," said Morse, Consumer Assistance Unit Bureau Chief.
Most homeowner insurance policies don't cover flooding. Wednesday afternoon, 18 had seen Morse, he said only two had flood insurance.
Even if your insurance doesn't cover the damage, Morse recommends taking pictures of what you lost and keeping records in case relief money ever does come in.
That's what Jean McCart is doing. She had her furnished basement destroyed in the flood, she showed up to hear her homeowner insurance probably won't cover the damages.
"That's a shame, but we've got to play with the rules we've got," said McCart.
Workers from the Department of Financial Services will be in Hoosick Falls at the Armory from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday. You can also call DFS at (800) 342-3736.
An investigation is underway involving a tractor accident in Rensselaer County.
TROY – A fire in North Troy early Wednesday morning is now being investigated as an arson. The fire tore through an abandoned building and into the back of a local grocery store. Firefighters fought for several hours to keep it from doing even more damage.
Much of the road into the Hoosac School's main campus crumbed and washed away during Saturday's heavy storms. 5.2 inches of rain fell that day, causing the normally calm Tibbits Pond to crest the road atop the dam.
Hoosick Falls is one of a number of communities in Rensselaer County that is picking up the pieces following torrential rains and flash flooding over the weekend.
HOOSICK FALLS - Elected officials took a tour of flood damage in Hoosick Falls on Monday afternoon.
HOOSICK FALLS - Volunteers have been trying to restore what Mother Nature tried to destroy at Hoosick Falls Little League. The fields are soaked and they hope they can get everything fixed by this weekend for a big 15-team tournament.
HOOSICK FALLS - They endured flooding during Hurricane Irene in 2011. In 2015, they were told not to drink their tap water because it was contaminated with a toxic chemical. Now, the people of Hoosick Falls are dealing with yet another water crisis.
Clean up efforts are underway in the Town of Hoosick and the Village of Hoosick Falls where torrential rains Saturday night caused major flooding in parts of the community.
The Hoosick Falls Little League and softball fields got inundated with floodwater on Saturday.
For Dale and Priscilla Sachs, the brook that runs along their home in Hoosick Falls was soothing, a natural part of their oasis in the back yard. That was until Saturday when a major flash flood came through.
Families were having fun with STEM inside the Think-U-Bator at the Tech Valley Center of Gravity Saturday morning.
Severe storms caused serious damage in the Town of Schodack Friday.
Doctors and researchers may soon be able to better track cancer incidence amongst firefighters. Senator Schumer outlined legislation that would create a national firefighter cancer registry.
A jury has found Joseph Vandenburgh guilty of stabbing Bill Chamberlain to death.
The jury is now deliberating the case of Joseph Vandenburgh. He's accused of murdering Bill Chamberlain, Troy's former operations director.
MAYFIELD - State police say a crime spree in Mayfield is the work of a 14-year-old boy from Troy.
Drivers and passengers have been clamoring for Uber and Lyft for years. Forty-seven other states and New York City already depend on ride share services.
A utility pole has some drivers in Lansingburgh scratching their heads. The pole is installed in the street.
Just before Mother's Day, Purnell Sabky was diagnosed with Niemann-Pick type A, a fatal genetic disease with no available treatment.
LATHAM – An Averill Park man faces charges for allegedly exposing himself in public.
Christopher Lynch, 62, was arrested on June 24 after troopers were told he was touching himself near children at the Spier Falls Road boat launch in Corinth. Police say he was also spotted at the boat launch exposing himself on June 18.
People in Troy now have a way to enjoy the beautiful weather and stay fit at the same time.
Thousands of Ham Radio operators showed off their emergency capabilities on Sunday. It was all part of the annual National Field Day.
The Trump administration says the $193 billion cut over ten years will motivate able-bodied adults to get off government assistance. Gillibrand argued at the press event that the president's budget is going to leave local families hungry.
For many people, what they do for a living is just a job to them. However, for one local woman, the typical job wasn’t working. It took her a while, but she finally found her passion.
Some say Uber and Lyft are so 2017. Residents in four Capital Region cities can soon participate in a different kind of ride share. It's greener, healthier and even cheaper.
Troy police say they found 1.5 pounds of marijuana during a traffic stop Wednesday.
Capital Region police say they expect the violent MS-13 gang to arrive in the Capital Region sometime in the future.
PFOA contamination was the focus of a community meeting in Petersburgh Tuesday evening. State officials were on hand to answer questions about an investigation into the source of that contamination.
HOOSICK FALLS - "It's shocking the numbers are high," said Hoosick Falls resident Silvia Potter. "It seems to be one of the worst environmental catastrophes in the state."