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Police: Man who tried to rob Cumberland Farms says he was 'joking'

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Warren County inmate accused of hurting corrections officer

$800K for 'smart growth' grants in Adirondacks, Catskills

New York is accepting applications from groups that want to boost tourism and economic development in the Adirondacks and Catskills.


Glens Falls mayor discusses 2017 goals in final State of the City address

The mayor of Glens Falls gave his final State of the State City address on Friday. Term limits are forcing Jack Diamond out of the office at the end of this year. Diamond says the city is in better shape now than when he was elected. Mayor Diamond says more businesses and investors are interested in Glens Falls now than ever before.


Cuomo proposes $32M plan for Frontier Town site

Just about every child who grew up in the Capital Region visited Frontier Town. It opened in 1952, but pretty much lies in ruins today


West Mountain in Queensbury ready for rain to move out in time for holiday weekend

West Mountain closed for the day Thursday, but expects crowds to turn out for the holiday weekend.


Ticonderoga woman accused of post office burglary

A Ticonderoga woman is under arrest, accused of burglarizing a post office in Hague.


Pistol and revolver owners must update gun license

Saratoga Sheriff says his office has received more than a hundred calls from gun owners with questions about new SAFE Act requirements.


Glens Falls mission plans new facility and shelter to serve poor and homeless

The Open Door Mission is making a $5 Million investment in serving the poor people of the Glens Falls area.


Sawyer Fredericks to sing national anthem at CCM/ECHL All-Star Classic

A big honor for Fultonville’s Sawyer Fredericks. He will sing the national anthem at the CCM/ECHL All-Star Classic, January 18 at the Glens Falls Civic Center.


Judge suspends license of state plow driver charged with aggravated DWI and involved in 2 crashes

Mark Johnson, a New York state snowplow driver, was involved in two work-related crashes, one of them fatal, and charged with aggravated drunken driving while off duty during a 17-day span.


Nearly 1,000 take part in annual Polar Plunge in Lake George

Nearly 1,000 people flocked to the shores of Lake George Sunday for the annual Polar Plunge.


Moving Out: New York number one in population loss category

This is the time of year when you hear people dreaming out loud about leaving for a warmer climate. Census estimates reveal New Yorkers are indeed leaving the state.


Chris Gibson prepares for life out of office

After three terms, the Colonel turned Congressman decided not to run again.  Chris Gibson's successor is his friend, neighbor and fellow Republican John Faso.


Window tint will be tested during state inspection starting January 1

If you have tinted windows you'll want to read this. To pass inspection next year, your car's windows will have to pass through a light meter.


Man convicted of killing girlfriend's 5-year-old son

A jury convicted Brandon Warrington of Glens Falls for killing his girlfriend's 5-year-old son.


South Glens Falls man charged with rape

A South Glens Falls man is facing multiple charges. Police say 38-year-old Thomas J. Morro II has been charged with rape in the first degree, sexual abuse in the first degree, disseminating indecent material to a minor in the second degree and endangering the welfare of a child.


Glens Falls Civic Center back open following repairs

The Glens Falls Civic Center is back open. It was closed for emergency repairs earlier this week.


Two people accused of Warren County package thefts

Police have arrested two people accused of stealing packages in Warren County. The Warren County Sheriff's Office says Trent Watson saw a UPS truck make a delivery not far from his job in Queensbury.


Police: Queensbury man stabbed brother in drunken brawl

Police say a Queensbury man stabbed his brother in the abdomen during a drunken brawl. It happened around midnight late Wednesday or early Thursday.


Structural problems force postponement of hockey game at GFCC

A hockey game between the Adirondack Thunder and the Reading Royals had to be postponed on Tuesday due to structural problems with the Glens Falls Civic Center.


NY awards $27 million to spur agriculture-related industries

 New York's Regional Economic Development Council has awarded nearly $27 million to support the growth of agricultural, food and beverage industries.


Warrensburg sex offender to face trial in February

A registered sex offender, accused of molesting three boys, will head to trial in February.


Rally urges more funds for people working with developmentally disabled

A rally in Glens Falls Thursday urged the state to come up with more money for people who work with the developmentally disabled. It was dubbed "bFair2DirectCare."


Thursday morning crash closes stretch of Northway

Authorities say a short section of the northbound lanes of the Adirondack Northway section of Interstate 87 is closed because of an accident.


Take 5 ticket worth over $30K sold in Glens Falls

A top prize winning ticket for the Dec. 14 Take 5 drawing was sold at Hannaford at 175 Broad St., the New York lottery announced Thursday.


Queensbury tree removal business catches fire

 A tree removal business caught fire in Queensbury.


One of two rescued High Peak hikers returns to hospital

One of the two young hikers who went missing for nearly two days during a hike on Algonquin Mountain is back in the hospital.  Blake Alois' father tells NewsChannel 13 that a doctor admitted the 20 year this afternoon after discovering the young man's frost bitten feet had become infected


Turning I-787 ramp into pedestrian park, more REDC projects

We talked about the big winners Thursday. Like the Port of Albany and UAlbany's Rensselaer County Campus. There's funding for smaller projects too. Like repairing sidewalk in Cohoes. And then there are the more interesting projects.
 


Glens Falls Gladiators set to hit the football field

A new indoor football team is coming to Warren County. The Glens Falls Gladiators and Team President Hank Pelton unveiled their logo and team colors during a news conference Thursday morning at the Queensbury Hotel.


18 people fall ill at Queensbury office building

Eighteen people are recovering after falling ill at a Queensbury office building.


Glens Falls man accused of exposing himself at restaurant

A Glens Falls man is accused of showing a bit too much while he was at a restaurant.


Woman accused of wrong-way drunken driving in Lake George

An Oklahoma woman is accused of driving the wrong way on the Northway early Monday in Warren County. State police say 36-year-old Elisha Mann was stopped in the median when they arrived, but was still facing the wrong way between Exits 22 and 23 in Lake George.


Man accused of driving drunk with three kids in tow

A man in Queensbury is accused of driving drunk with three kids in the car. Questor French, 40, was stopped on Greenway North Friday.


Police: Queensbury man drove drunk while scratching lottery tickets

A Queensbury man was allegedly driving drunk and he was trying to scratch off lottery tickets at the same time.


Cops: Oklahoma woman drove wrong way on Northway

LAKE GEORGE, N.Y. (AP) - Police say a 36-year-old Oklahoma woman was more than two times over the legal limit for drunk driving when she found traveling the wrong way on an upstate New York highway.


25th annual North Country Festival of Trees held in Glens Falls

People in the North Country showed off their tree decorating skills this week, all for a good cause.


Judge rules Glens Falls withheld information; sides with public and NewsChannel 13

NYS Supreme Court Justice Robert Muller ruled that the City of Glens Falls was in violation of the public's right to know by not releasing documents related to the firing of a city employee.


Glens Falls high school football players celebrate state championship

A party was underway in Glens Falls Friday evening, not just in honor of the holidays. The city is also celebrating its state high school football champs.


Herkimer man admits to Glens Falls murder

A Herkimer man has pleaded guilty to second-degree murder in the death of Kevin Jenks of Glens Falls.


Police: Warren County woman drove drunk nearly 3x legal limit

QUEENSBURY - A Warren County woman is accused of driving drunk at nearly three times the legal limit.


Feds don't ♥ NY road signs

The Federal Highway Administration wants New York to remove "I Love New York" road signs, concerned that the big blue signs will distract motorists.


HUD moves to make public housing tobacco free

  Tobacco products might soon be banned inside and immediately outside federally funded public housing.   If the plan moves forward, it would take 18 months to take effect.


Accident cuts power to part of Glens Falls Hospital

Part of Glens Falls Hospital is running on generator power. NewsChannel 13’s media partners at the Post-Star report a Waste Management truck got in an accident Tuesday Morning and pulled down utility poles on Park Street, mostly affecting the Pruyn Building.


Queensbury man accused of injuring toddler's arm

Bradley Johnson is accused of injuring a 2-year-old child's arm. He's now charged with second-degree assault.


Capital Region ski resorts kick-off their season

Black Friday marks opening day for several ski resorts in the region. They include Belleayre, Gore and Windham Mountains.


Lake George to hold first ever 'Law Enforcement Officers Weekend' in May

Police officers will be swarming Lake George next spring, not looking for criminals, but instead, celebrating one another. The village announced plans for its first ever "Law Enforcement Officers Weekend."


Glens Falls police investigating YMCA thefts

 Police in Glens Falls are wondering if a roving gang of thieves is responsible for thefts from cars at the YMCA.


Murder case involving 5-year-old boy heading to state's highest court

Brandon Warrington was convicted of murdering his girlfriend’s 5-year-old son. However, a mid-level appellate court threw out that conviction because of a legal error during jury selection.


Glens Falls police investigating car thefts

Glens Falls police are warning residents to lock their cars. NewsChannel 13’s media partners at the Post-Star report residents on Tremont, Hunter, Orchard and Leonard Streets had things stolen from their cars overnight Monday into Tuesday.


Woman hospitalized after tractor trailer crashes into car

A 70-year-old woman is in critical condition after her car was hit by a tractor trailer on the Northway. Police say Gladys Schultz was stopped on the side of the road, when she was struck near Exit 17 northbound.


Woman accused of setting fire to her apartment

A Glens Falls woman is accused of setting fire to her apartment Monday night. NewsChannel 13’s media partners at the Post-Star report, Christine Blakeman, 58, lit her bed on fire then left the apartment but did tell her neighbor to get out before she left.


Case of 5-year-old's murder heads to state Court of Appeals

He was found guilty of killing a 5-year-old boy, but his murder conviction was tossed out. Now Brandon Warrington of Glens Falls heads to the state's highest court.


Man charged with 8-year-old girl's death posts bond

The man accused in the boating accident that killed an 8-year-old girl, is now out of jail. Alex West posted bond Monday and was released.


Queensbury woman charged with DWI

 Police say a woman involved in a hit and run in Queensbury is now charged with DWI.


Glens Falls boy part of elite band at Macy's Thanksgiving Parade

Sean Pettis, a 14-year-old from Glens Falls, has been invited to be part of a select band to perform in the Macy's Thanksgiving Parade.


Bond reduced for man charged with 8-year-old girl's death

A Lake George man accused in the death of an 8-year-old girl could be out on bond very soon.


Without New York City, Trump would be ahead in New York

Hillary Clinton took New York easily in the presidential election last night, but it was neck and neck outside of New York City.


Derrick, Stefanik battle for votes in 21st Congressional District

At the roundabout on Warren Street, supporters of the incumbent Congresswoman Elise Stefanik held signs trying to get the attention of motorists to remind them there's an election on Tuesday.


400,000 gallons of raw sewage spill into Hudson River

Heavy rains sent more than 400,000 gallons of raw sewage into the Hudson River on Thursday.


Lake George sensor network to be completed with $917K grant

A high-tech sensor network for Lake George is on track for completion with a $917,000 National Science Foundation grant.


NewsChannel 13, Post-Star sue Glens Falls to get access to public information

Glens Falls has refused to release information that the state's open government expert says should be available to the public.


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