A public art installation called Breathing Lights is aiming to draw attention to vacant buildings in the Capital Region. Hundreds of vacant properties in Schenectady, Albany and Troy will be illuminated between 6-10 p.m. during October and November
Goff Middle School was a sea of gold on Wednesday. Students and staff dressed in gold and wore gold beads and hair ribbons in honor of Sean Jucha, an eighth grader who lost his battle with a brain tumor a month ago.
Troy police are investigating a very strange and deadly chase. They say a man stole a National Grid dump truck around 1 a.m, then hit a building at 22 Douw Street, drove some more and ended up in the Hudson River.
Some young students from the Doane Stuart School are spreading their wishes for peace. The students put their wishes on a pinwheel. Then, they placed them in the ground, and let the breeze blow their wishes around the world.
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand is calling on the CDC to investigate the Saint Gobain site in Hoosick Falls. The senator has written to the agency, asking it to conduct a public health assessment of the area, including Petersburgh.
State police had to call an ambulance for a Brunswick woman they say was driving while extremely drunk. They say Mary Sweeney was driving on Route 40 in Schaghticoke when she drove into a private driveway and onto a lawn.
The toxic chemical, PFOA, that contaminated the water supply in Hoosick Falls and Petersburgh was phased out last year. However, the new chemical that supposedly replaced it may not be any safer and it's shrouded in secrecy.
A Lansingburgh family can’t praise Delta employees enough. The family was seeing off son and brother, Tristian Lemerise, at Albany International Airport Tuesday for his first round of Army training in Georgia. When Delta employees found out, they not only stood by the mother to comfort her, but also upgraded Tristan to first class.
The University at Albany is renaming its east campus in Rensselaer, putting the focus on medicine and technology. The campus, located along Routes 9 and 20, will now be referred to as the Health Sciences Campus.
People gathered for a September 11 ceremony at Melvin Roads American Legion Post on Sunday. Congressman and veteran Chris Gibson was in attendance. He says these ceremonies are important to remember those we've lost, and honor those who are still fighting.
Hanna Eisenhofer was only two years old on September 11, 2001. She still understands the magnitude of that day, calling it a major shift in our culture. “We go from being a very open country to being very afraid,” she said. “It's a shame that that happened.”
There will be no charges in the death of a woodchuck at Frear Park Golf Course in July. Two Rensselaer police officers were accused of chasing the woodchuck until it couldn’t run anymore, then running it over with a golf cart during a police tournament. They were both placed on administrative leave.
It was pandemonium outside the LaChance family home as they eagerly waited for a limo ride to JFK Airport. 11-year-old Landon LaChance, who's never been on an airplane before, is excited for the trip of a lifetime. “Because I'm going to be leaving for Rome today to meet [Pope Francis],” he said.