Police in Rotterdam are looking for a man who stole money from an elderly woman at a bank drive-thru.
Andrew King was arraigned on a misdemeanor charge of falsely reporting an incident. He said someone spray painted a swastika on his home. However, police say he's the one who did it.
A Schenectady man who claimed someone spray-painted swastikas on his home last month, did it himself. That’s according to Schenectady police. They’ve now arrested 54-year-old Andrew King and charged him with falsely reporting an incident.
An autopsy was scheduled Monday on the driver state police say led them on a 21-mile chase, then deliberately crashed into a dump truck.
Proctors Theater is celebrating its 90th anniversary and the birthday of its founder.
A 21-mile police pursuit ended in a fiery crash on Sunday with a Richmondville man dead. New York State Police say the suspect in the chase intended to kill himself.
Police in Rotterdam are looking for a robber who held up a convenience store Friday morning.
Schenectady has refused another Freedom of Information Act request from NewsChannel 13.
Some neighbors in the Hamilton Hill community of Schenectady say crews have not properly plowed their streets while others blame neighbors for making it hard for crews to do their jobs.
Police say a missing teenager has been found. Police had been looking for 14-year-old Treasure Harris-Steele, who was last seen late Monday night at her house in Schenectady.
When NewsChannel 13 recieved a call about Livingston Avenue in Schenectady not being plowed at all, we went to investigate why not.
There is no arrest yet in Thursday's shooting on State Street in Schenectady. Police identify the victim as 46-year-old Diagnon Freeman.
A missionary from the Ivory Coast is getting an eyeful, seeing his first big snowstorm. Reverend Ferdinand Konenan is now a missionary in Mexico, where it's usually 80 degrees.
Schenectady is testing a new technology to monitor their snowplows in this storm. It's a beta-testing partnership with Transfinder. The idea is to eventually allow residents to see where plows have been, where they're going, and when they'll eventually plow your street.
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A Schenectady woman is facing charges after police say she crossed into the opposite lane and crashed into a police car.
Rotterdam police say they have the man caught on video slapping a 13-year-old boy at the Burdeck Street Sunoco. Joel Malek, 38, is now charged with harassment and child endangerment.
Six people are facing drug-related charges after a search warrant was executed Wednesday at 109 Irving St.
A woman from Schenectady admits she stabbed her ex-boyfriend not once, but twice.
Who says you can't have your cake and eat it too? An area woman is doing both living a double life and she’s making history doing it.
Rotterdam police need the public's help to identify the man who slapped a Rotterdam boy.
Schenectady Mayor Gary McCarthy was one of several people testifying on Capitol Hill Thursday morning about the nation's decaying infrastructure.
A line of severe storms is to blame for several downed trees throughout the Capital Region.
New York's statewide teachers union says the burning death of a teacher's aide underscores its commitment to educating members about domestic violence.
The state inspector general and state attorney announced the arrest Tuesday of 41-year-old Daniel Sequin. They say the Scotia man used his government-issued credit card buy more than $2,500 worth of tires and parts for himself and others, then tried to cover it up.
The reward in the case of a neglected dog found dead in Rotterdam is now up to $6,200. That includes $1,000 from the New York State Humane Association.
Governor Andrew Cuomo wants local governments to come up with plans to share services. However, Republican Senator Kathy Marchione of Halfmoon says local municipalities are saying they already do.
A 50-year-old man is fighting for his life at Albany Medical Center after being hit by a car Tuesday morning. Police say it happened in the area of 2311 Guilderland Avenue around 3:45 a.m.
The man accused of pouring gasoline on his wife, and setting her on fire, is due back in court Monday. The incident happened on Saturday.
The Schenectady woman whose husband police say poured gasoline on her and set her on fire has died.
Union College in Schenectady was founded in 1795 as a liberal arts college. The college took a big step on Friday towards expanding its Departments of Science and Engineering.
Kenneth Tyree, the Schenectady code enforcement officer is out on bail, one day after he was arraigned on manslaughter charges. He's one of two suspects facing charges in the fire on Jay Street two years ago that killed four people.
A $3,600 reward is now being offered in connection with a gruesome discovery in Rotterdam.
The arrests on Thursday in connection with the deadly 2015 Jay Street fire come just a few days shy of the second anniversary. It's welcome news to two people affected by the fire, including one who survived it.
Two people have been arrested in connection to a deadly 2015 fire in Schenectady. The fire at 104 Jay St. was accidental, but it could have very easily been prevented according to Schenectady District Attorney Robert Carney.
March 1 marks a big night at Proctors. The award winning musical, "Wicked," opens a two-week run. This marks the third time "Wicked" has played Proctors. It was there for four weeks in 2009 and two weeks in 2012. Even if you've seen it before, those involved with the production say there are many reasons to see it again. That includes a home-grown talent.
Rotterdam police are praising a 9-year-old boy they say helped recover a stolen gun. They say when he spotted the weapon on his front lawn Wednesday, he left it alone and immediately told his mom.
There was a gruesome discovery in Rotterdam on Tuesday afternoon. Police say a passerby found a garbage bag tossed on the side of the road with a dead dog.
Lawmakers are talking about a $2.2 billion, 1,000-megawatt electrical line that could run through the Capital Region.
Wicked opens Wednesday night at Proctors for a two-week run.
A drill replicating what must be done if there is a biological or chemical or radiological disaster will be conducted at Niskayuna High School Wednesday.
The last 19 members of a New York Air National Guard unit supporting scientific research in Antarctica have returned home to their upstate base.
A man was found dead off Broadway in Schenectady Tuesday afternoon. Police were called to the area near Villa Italia Bakery and the parking garage on Broadway around 2:30 p.m. They arrived to find one man between the two buildings, who was pronounced dead at the scene.
A Halfmoon woman is accused of striking two state troopers with her car. State police say Jessie Kowalski stole items from a gas station Tuesday morning. As luck would have it, two state troopers were in the parking lot.
Schenectady police say they arrested a man after an incident at 3 Madison Street Monday night.
It was a very special honor Sunday for a local activist. Humera Khan was honored with this year's Four Chaplains Brotherhood Award.
Schenectady police have identified the body found last week on Wylie Street.
The Rivers Casino in Schenectady is showing signs of growth in its second week of operation.
There’s a mystery in Schenectady after a man's body was found in a ravine. Police say a crew removing a downed tree noticed the body around 10:20 a.m. Friday.
The Via Aquarium marked its 100,000th visitor Wednesday, and they offered NewsChannel 13 a chance to go behind the scenes the next day.
ROTTERDAM - The Via Aquarium at Viaport Rotterdam, the old Rotterdam Square Mall, welcomed its 100,000th guest on Wednesday after just three months in business.
Police in Glenville are investigating an early morning accident. It happened around 7:30 am on Sacandaga Road, near Dawson Road.
The owners of a Schenectady car dealership want to know who stole their silver Mercedes in the dead of night.
One of the most notorious killers in the Capital Region will remain behind bars.
The sun is to blame for an accident Tuesday morning in Rotterdam.
Overflow crowds came to support Rep. Tonko (20 C.D.) but wanted more specifics about what's going on in Washington D.C.
Harness racing returns to Saratoga Casino Hotel as competition comes from Rivers Casino in Schenectady.
More than 400 kids played in a soccer tournament in Latham to help a Rotterdam family. Stephanie and Timothy Batchler died in a car crash back in January, leaving behind four children.
At a time of heightened anger and uncertainty across the nation, Congressman Paul Tonko is holding a town hall meeting with his constituents. Congressman Tonko says he hopes the town hall meeting at Schenectady County Community College is the beginning of what will become an ongoing community dialogue.
New York's junior senator came to the Capital Region Sunday and had some harsh words for the president.