Rotterdam Junction road reopens after disabled train blocks traffic

Rotterdam Junction road reopens after disabled train blocks traffic

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Schenectady man charged with attempted murder after Oneonta stabbing

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STEM brings magic and awe of 'Finding Neverland' to life

Rivers Casino names new general manager

Boys and Girls Clubs of Schenectady plans new project

Elderly homeowner targeted in Scotia

Police say legitimate utility workers will have photo identification and identifying clothing and vehicles. If you’re unsure, do not let them inside. Instead, call police.

Rotterdam police search for bank robbery suspect

A bank robber in Rotterdam was caught on surveillance cameras. Now, police are hoping you can help them catch the robber.

Man sentenced for 2014 murder

A man was sentenced Friday for a 2014 murder. Hector Abreu received 40 years to life in prison for killing Angel Carrion.

New community mausoleum opens in Niskayuna

A grand opening ceremony was held for a new community mausoleum. It's at Mary Immaculate, Patroness of America at Most Holy Redeemer Cemetery in Niskayuna.

'Me Too Act' supporters cross political and gender lines

Senator Kirsten Gillibrand is a co-sponsor of the "Me Too Act."  The proposed legislation doesn't intend to just highlight a problem, it aims to fix it.

Schenectady City Council votes to demolish pedestrian bridges

A pair of pedestrian bridges in need of repair will be demolished next year in Schenectady.  

Niskayuna group helps kids for Christmas

The ninth annual Niskayuna District One Fire Department "Stuff the Truck” event kicked off Saturday morning.

Equinox volunteers cook up Thanksgiving dinner

Some Capital Region residents are beginning their Thanksgiving holiday by giving back.

Staff with story of redemption prepares for Thanksgiving at City Mission

The group of men running the kitchen staff at the City Mission of Schenectady is busy preparing to feed hundreds on Thanksgiving.  Thursday, they will have a lot to be thankful for, they all used to be on the other side of the table.

Union men's hockey team helps serve Thanksgiving dinner

The goal of the Union College men’s hockey team on Tuesday was to serve Thanksgiving dinner.

Schenectady police make arrest in stabbing incident

Schenectady police say a 21-year-old city woman was stabbed in the back by her ex-boyfriend on Tuesday as part of a domestic dispute.

Former Vice President Joe Biden speaks at Proctors

Former Vice President Joe Biden spoke about the big political moments of his career, the choices he made and the key traits that helped him through challenges.

Interfaith Thanksgiving service aims to foster unity

People of different faiths came together for an interfaith Thanksgiving prayer service  

Annual holiday parade held in Schenectady

The annual Daily Gazette Holiday Parade was held in Schenectady on Saturday.

Bogus bills at Schenectady bar

Over the course of the last eight days, a Schenectady bar owner says counterfeit bills of all denominations have been passed at his business.

Holiday Parades this weekend in the Capital Region

The City of Schenectady will host its 49th annual Holiday Parade Saturday, Nov. 18.

Police conduct annual search for teen missing since 2004

State police were performing their annual search for Craig Frear in Scotia on Friday. The 17-year-old boy vanished back in 2004.

Firefighters investigate Glenville house fire

The Schenectady County Sheriff's Office tells us fire crews are investigating the scene of a house fire in Glenville.

Mohonasen School District holds job fair to find subs

The Mohonasen School District held a job fair on Wednesday. They're looking for substitute teachers.

Trooper arrested in domestic incident

A nine-year veteran with the New York State Police Department has been arrested after a domestic incident.

Mohonasen School District to hold job fair

The Mohonasen School District is holding a job fair looking for substitute teachers and more.

Schenectady nonprofit collects gifts for children in need

A Schenectady non-profit is helping grant the holiday wishes of children in need. 

GE plans to restructure businesses stir uncertainty

G.E. announces plans cut costs and downsize.

Rivers Casino general manager leaves

The woman who oversaw the construction and opening of Rivers Casino has left. Rush Street Gaming said in a statement Monday that Mary Cheeks has decided to pursue other opportunities.

Man facing arson charges after weekend feud

A Schenectady man is facing arson charges in Albany. Police say 33-year-old Brian Kimball set fire to a door in the 1000 block of Madison Avenue Saturday afternoon.

Car hits building at Schenectady County Community College

A car ran off the road and into a building at Schenectady County Community College on Monday morning.

Daughter honors dad on Veterans Day as Purple Heart returns

A long-lost Purple Heart is returned to a Vietnam Veteran posthumously and his daughter, who serves at the Stratton Air National Guard Base, says it's surreal.

Police probe Stewart's robberies in Schenectady County

Police in Schenectady County are investigating two Stewart's robberies.

Federal money to help with flooding issues in Schenectady

The money will go toward projects to reduce flooding issues to the Stockade District along the Mohawk River.

Peak tick season hits Capital District

Mid October through Mid December is peak tick season.

Veterans honored by school kids in Schenectady

Kids perform for veterans at annual assembly at Brown School

800+ turkeys ready for annual Equinox Thanksgiving dinner

It was a turkey takeover in Schenectady on Tuesday. Price Chopper loaded up a truck with more than 800 turkeys.

Union College student named U.S. Luge Association's 'Male Athlete of the Year'

A Union College student has been named Male Athlete of the Year by the U.S. Luge Association.

Second suspect arrested in Glenville gun shop burglary

The second suspect in a Glenville gun shop burglary has been caught. Glenville police say 36-year-old Jose Fontanez was arraigned on Monday. He was arrested at his home Sunday night.

Fundraiser helps food pantry feed Schenectady community

The Schenectady Inner City Ministry Food Pantry's annual fundraiser helps the organization keep serving the community.

Rotterdam fire under investigation

Fire officials are looking into what caused a fire in Rotterdam on Saturday night.

Schenectady police nab crime spree suspects

Schenectady police say they've solved a series of burglaries and larcenies in the city's Goose Hill neighborhood.

An arrest in Glenville gun heist

One man is in custody in the Glenville gun heist that occurred on October 23rd. At least one other suspect remains at large.

Hundreds attend luncheon to raise awareness of multiple sclerosis

Hundreds of people were at the Rivers Casino in Schenectady on Friday, but it wasn't for gambling. They were there to raise awareness and funds for multiple sclerosis.

Arrest made in Glenville gun shop burglary

One of the suspects in a burglary at a gun shop in Glenville has been taken into custody.

Niskayuna man wakes up to two men in house, police asking for public's help

Niskayuna Police are asking for your help to find the two men who broke into an elderly man's house on Ruffner Road Thursday morning.

Hundreds of students participate in annual 'Science Day'

The goal of the day is to help students experience firsthand the way science impacts everyday life.

Elderly Niskayuna man awakens to burglary in progress

It was a scary wake-up call for an elderly Niskayuna man on Thursday morning. Police say he woke up and found two men burglarizing his home.

25 bulletproof vests are donated to the Schenectady County SPCA

Kevlar vests are donated to the Schenectady County SPCA.

The Costumer marks 100 years in 2017

2017 marks 100 years for a scary staple in the Capital Region.  It's only appropriate that on Halloween the owner shares the secret to the store's spooky success.

Former judge named Schenectady's new public safety commissioner

A familiar face in and around Schenectady — former Judge Michael Eidens, will now become the Public Safety commissioner.

Investigators: No evidence gun shop thefts are connected

Investigators do not believe a weekend theft at NY Shooter Supply in Colonie is connected to last week's theft at Target Sports in Glenville.

Bald eagle dies after flying into school bus

There were some scary moments on a Schoharie Central School District bus in Duanesburg late Monday morning.

Man injured in Niskayuna accident

A man was injured Monday in an accident on Rosendale Road.

Rivers Casino pays out biggest jackpot since opening

Schenectady’s Rivers Casino paid out the biggest jackpot in their short history this weekend.

New solar garden brainchild of Niskayuna High senior

Niskayuna has a new solar garden growing underneath its solar panels. The garden is the Girl Scout Gold Award project of Niskayuna High School Senior Caroline McGraw.

New Solar Garden Planted in Niskayuna

The town of Niskayuna has a new solar garden growing underneath its solar panels thanks to the work of a local Girl Scout.  High School Senior Caroline McGraw cut the ribbon on the project Saturday alongside Assemblyman Phil Steck.

Schenectady school gets special delivery from Library of Congress

A Schenectady school got a special delivery from Washington D.C on Friday.

Blighted Schenectady building knocked down for new library

A building in Schenectady with a troubled past was torn down Friday.

Persons of interest identified in Glenville gun shop burglary

Arrest warrants are out for two men in connection with a gun store burglary on Monday.

Former Schenectady pizza place torn down for new library

A building with a troubled past was demolished in Schenectady on Friday. It's all to make more room for a new library.

New Glenville maple farm hopes for sweet success

A brand new sugar shack in Glenville is inviting you in. Riverside Maple cut the ribbon on Thursday.

Young chocolate shop owner following in family's footsteps

Family members are often expected to follow in the family business. However, one young woman thought about it long and hard before realizing she could make her dreams come true by keeping it all in the family.

Preventing a KRACK attack

KRACK stands for Key Reinstallation AttACK.  It exploits a router encryption flaw and forces one-time log-ins to be re-used, giving hackers the chance to decode and steal personal information like passwords, credit card, banking information and even photos.

Still no arrests in gun shop burglary

NewsChannel 13 is continuing to follow a gun theft investigation in Glenville. As we've been reporting, about 40 pistols and long guns were stolen from Target Sports on Saratoga Road over the weekend.