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Saratoga Springs businesses worry about impact of ICE arrests

Saratoga Springs businesses worry about impact of ICE arrests


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Thieves target Clifton Park memorial garden

Zip line highlights new Saratoga Springs adventure course

Egg drop gives elementary kids STEM skills

Johnstown woman admits to lying about kidnapping

A Johnstown woman now admits she lied about being kidnapped. Rachael Mattice pleaded guilty on Tuesday to one count of falsely reporting an incident.


Halfmoon travel agent sentenced for stealing from customers

Anna Marie Perrotti owns Sand Dollar Travel. Back in April, she pleaded guilty to grand larceny.


Bike-sharing program coming to Capital Region

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.


Autopsy results released in Saratoga Springs death

The autopsy results on a Saratoga Springs woman killed in a submerged car have been released.


Clifton Park man arrested in Troy drug bust

Troy police say they found 1.5 pounds of marijuana during a traffic stop Wednesday.


McDonald's goes high-tech in Saratoga Springs

McDonald’s has gone high tech in Saratoga Springs. Customers at the Route 50 shop now order by kiosk. Then, someone brings the food to the table.


Saratoga Springs woman dies after driving off narrow bridge into creek

Police say an upstate New York woman was found dead in a creek after apparently driving off the edge of a narrow private bridge.


Saratoga County wants 911 to be able to call you in emergencies

Saratoga County wants to be able to call you in an emergency, so the county is asking people to sign their cell phones up for a county-wide program. It takes just a couple minutes, but the county says it could keep you safe in a life-threatening situation.


Saratoga Balloon and Craft Fest wraps up

The Saratoga Balloon and Craft Fest wrapped up Sunday without any balloons.


Measles exposure possible in Saratoga and Warren counties

ALBANY - The New York State Department of Health says an employee of Hudson Headwaters has a confirmed case of measles.


Reporter finds out what it takes to drive for Uber; brings you along for the ride

Uber says more than 50,000 Upstate New Yorkers have signed up to use their personal cars for ridesharing.


Dave Matthews spotted at Saratoga Springs restaurant

Dave Matthews is getting a taste of Saratoga Springs ahead of his shows at SPAC this weekend.


Gansevoort man sentenced for sexual abuse

A Gansevoort man was sentenced Wednesday for sexually abusing a child. William Slater received 20 years in prison.


Arrests made in Saratoga Springs ICE raid

Eleven people were arrested during an Immigration and Customs Enforcement raid in Saratoga Springs Wednesday.


Saratoga Race Course job fair kicks off Thursday

The Saratoga Race Course is conducting a three-day job fair starting on Thursday.


Museum may be moving to Clifton Park

The Children’s Museum of Science and Technology may be moving to Clifton Park.


Saratoga Springs school district teacher charged with rape

A fifth-grade teacher in the Saratoga Springs School District is charged with rape. Elizabeth Barthelmas, 48, teaches at Dorothy Nolan Elementary School.


Honor Guard holds special 'flag disposal' ceremony

On this Flag Day Wednesday, a special "flag disposal" ceremony was held at Saratoga National Cemetery. It followed strict protocol by the Honor Guard.


Crest Inn and Suites reopens

NewsChannel 13 has an update on the Crest Inn and Suites in Wilton.


Teens arrested in Wilton bottle bomb incident

Three teens are now charged with placing two bottle bombs outside a Wilton car dealership last month.


Rotterdam man charged in Saratoga County burglaries

A Rotterdam man faces charges including burglary and grand larceny in Saratoga County. The sheriff’s department says Kyle Morrell broke into stores in Clifton Park and Halfmoon, stole merchandise and damaged property.


Saratoga Springs flag day traffic restrictions

Date:  Saturday, June 10th


Police: Mayfield man collected unemployment benefits while working

A Mayfield man is accused of collecting unemployment benefits while still working. Cameron Woodruff, 25, is charged with grand larceny.


Saratoga Springs rallies around little girl in need of transplant

Cora Gargano's smile belies the seriousness of her chronic kidney disease.


Saratoga Springs kids meet new horse on the police force

A rookie Saratoga Springs cop received gifts Friday from the kids who named him. Apollo, the Standardbred horse that joined the force recently to patrol Caroline Street and all of the city's festivals, got to meet the students from Division Street Elementary who came up with his name.


Wee engineers are planting STEM roots

An early-childhood education teacher is teaching STEM in Mechanicville, hoping to prepare the kids for life's questions and answers that lie ahead.


South Glens Falls man arraigned on grand larceny charges

Patrick Burch of South Glens Falls was arraigned late Thursday on grand larceny charges.


Former school board president sentenced for stealing $15,000

Charles "Chip" Locke stole $15,000 from the Greenfield Home School Association. He must pay all the money back.


Fierce advocate always ready to tackle life’s challenges

Sometimes, the education we seek comes from many forms. For one woman, the knowledge she gained came not only from her studies, but from unforeseen circumstances as well. However, she says she’s all the better for it.


Persons of interest sought in Wilton bottle bomb investigation

Police in Wilton need your help as they investigate a bottle bomb incident from last month. They’re now looking for three persons of interest.


Boys who shared orphanage crib will share Ballston Spa graduation stage

Two Ballston Spa boys who shared a crib in a Russian orphanage will next share a graduation stage.


Politics and art clash in Shen student's display

A Clifton Park family accuses the Shenendehowa School District of allowing people to add profanities and vulgarities to student artwork of President Trump.


Symposium held to help fight Capital Region hunger

Finding solutions to combating hunger was the main course served up at a symposium on Monday by The Center for Advancement and Understanding of Social Enterprises at the UAlbany School of Business.


More than 1,500 take part in annual Saratoga Tour de Cure

The weather was perfect on Sunday as dedicated bicyclists took part in the annual Saratoga Tour de Cure.


Tiki boat tours ready to cruise the waters of Lake George

Tiki Tours will begin offering 90-minute tours of Lake George on a motor-powered tiki bar boats.


Saratoga Springs woman sentenced to prison for failing to report fatal crash

Maria Lentini was sentenced to state prison Thurrsday for leaving the crash that killed Patrick Duff and not reporting it.


Halfmoon reviews fill transfer to private property

The Town of Halfmoon is reviewing what it does with scrap fill after road crews took 20 truck loads from municipal property and dumped it on the private property of a town employee and elected official.    


Emergency workers stage nuclear response drill in Mechanicville

The simulated crash of a train carrying a nuclear container and a truck took place at a railyard in Mechanicville on Thursday morning. State police, local police, DEC, state and government officials all took part.


Concert arrests announced as part of summer crackdown

New York State Police and state DMV are announcing arrests as part of a summer concert crackdown.


Burnt Hills students hope to snuff out tobacco advertising

The kids are trying to combat the billions of dollars of annual marketing and advertising that they say targets teens.


Saratoga Springs will vote on change of government

Saratoga Springs voters will decide if the city's commission form of government has outlived its usefulness.


Rexford road shuts down for two weeks to replace culvert

Riverview Road in Rexford will be closed to westbound traffic for up to two weeks between Nott Road and Route 146. Work started on Tuesday to replace a culvert. It's part of the Rexford Bridge Project.


Volunteers gather for Memorial Day service to honor veterans

Hundreds of volunteers started off Memorial Day weekend by paying tribute to local fallen veterans.


Memorial Day has deep meaning for Clifton Park man

For Dakes Gaston, Memorial Day has had a deeper meaning ever since his father shared stories about his service during World War II. He was also captivated by the detailed diary his father Raymond kept about the daily struggles in the battlefield.


Natural gas: the future of transportation fuel?

A Saratoga businessman is urging congress to extend the Alternative Fuel Excise Tax Credit to facilitate the expansion of his natural gas company.


Education commissioner recognizes five "reward schools" in Capital Region

State Education Commissioner Mary Ellen Elia released a list of "reward schools" on Friday. These are high-achieving schools that the commissioner says can serve as models to other schools in the state.


Woman arrested in hit-and-run involving school bus

State police arrest a driver wanted in a hit and run involving a Saratoga Springs school bus. Police say 26-year-old Theresa Travis struck the bus Wednesday afternoon on Route 9 in Greenfield.


Tugboat crashes into bridge in Stillwater

A tugboat has been freed after crashing into a bridge in Stillwater on Friday morning.


Wilton motel shut down for dozens of alleged health and safety violations

The Middle Eastern owners of the Crest Inn and Suites are claiming they're being targeted by state and local health and safety inspectors.


Three seek to succeed Saratoga Springs Mayor Joanne Yepsen

There are two announced candidates, and likely a third in the race to succeed incumbent Saratoga Springs Mayor Joanne Yepsen.


Capital Region high schoolers take on climate change

Capital Region high school students gathered in Malta Wednesday to take on climate change. Hudson Valley Community College's TEC-SMART campus is hosting a two-day symposium on how we can all do our part to reduce climate change.


Saratoga Lake death ruled accidental

The death of a man found in Saratoga Lake has been ruled an accidental drowning, the New York State Police said Wednesday.


Capital Region concert venues reviewing security policies following Manchester attack

Operators of SPAC, the Glens Falls Civic Center and the Times Union Center weigh in regarding their security procedures following the post-concert terror attack in England.


Horse statue vandalized in Saratoga Springs

Saratoga Springs police are searching for the people who vandalized a horse statue in the city. The horse, near the Adirondack Trust Bank on Broadway, was toppled and impaled early Sunday Morning.


Car crushes Clifton Park man

A Clifton Park man has died after authorities say he was crushed by his own car.


Saratoga Race Course season passes go on sale

The Saratoga racing season is two months away. You can now purchase season passes at Stewart's Shops throughout the Capital Region.


Winning lottery tickets worth $28,000+ sold in Saratoga County

Two winning lottery tickets have been sold in the Capital Region. The lottery tickets for the May 19 Take 5 drawing are worth $28,082.50 each.


West Crescent Fire Department gets fire rescue patrol boat

The West Crescent Fire Department is now the proud owner of a new life saving piece of equipment.


Oprah Winfrey gives commencement speech at Skidmore College

Bagpipes set the mood at SPAC on Saturday as 624 graduates from Skidmore College walked through the aisles with parents and friends looking on with pride.


New York State's canal system opens for season

New York State's canal system is now open for the season. Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul was in Waterford for Friday's opening ceremony.


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