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Queensbury man charged with public lewdness


Gun show returning to Glens Falls

Gun show returning to Glens Falls


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Flood warning issued in Schenectady County

Action plan in place for possible river flooding

Glens Falls police search for missing teen

Schumer visits SUNY Adirondack touting importance of cyber-security education

It's the danger lurking beyond your computer or smartphone. People -- or even representatives of countries, trying to hack into or steal your information.


Police: Man lied about being sex trafficking victim

A Kentucky man is under arrest in Warren County, accused of lying about being a victim of sex trafficking.


Ski resorts expect booming business during February break

This is a big week for ski resorts in the area because it's February break. West Mountain in Queensbury was packed on Monday. It was so busy, tubing was booked for most of the day and skiers were also loving the conditions.


Sen. Schumer to visit SUNY Adirondack

Sen. Chuck Schumer is urging the federal government to invest more money in higher end cyber defense programs.


One person hospitalized after Glens Falls fire

A Sunday morning fire in Glens Falls sent one person to the hospital.


Derailed train no longer idling, but blamed for crash

There it sits, not far from the crossing on Route 28, a derailed locomotive. For the past week, the engine was running.


Warren County couple charged with animal neglect

A couple in Pottersville is facing charges, accused of neglecting dogs and pigs at their Route 9 home.


Olympic luge athletes with area connection busy training

The U.S. Men's Luge Team was focused on training Tuesday in Pyeongchang, since luge is one of the first events in this year's Olympics.


Schools respond to increased flu

New York state reporting largest flu increase, including hospitalizations, since 2004.


Psychiatric exam ordered in NY judge grenade-threat case

Experts will determine whether an upstate New York man accused of sending an inert hand grenade to a judge is fit to stand trial.


First responders enter icy water to save driver

Police say emergency crews rescued a man about an hour after he crashed his SUV into an icy Adirondack stream.


Glens Falls hoops star sets state scoring record

Glens Falls junior Joseph Girard III scored 44 points in a 74-68 win at Amsterdam on Tuesday to surpass Lance Stephenson and become the state's all-time high school boys basketball scoring leader.


West Mountain’s bulls-eye bottle deposit serves dual purpose

West Mountain in Queensbury is taking extra steps to keep the mountain clean.


Warren County couple accused of trying to steal home

A bizarre case in Warren County where police say a couple tried to steal a house. Police say the investigation started with a trespassing complaint.


Glens Falls Hospital takes precautions against the flu

A Warren County hospital is taking extra precautions to help keep the flu away from its patients.


Glens Falls father-to-be gets help in cancer fight

He's just 29 years old, and until recently Austin Lane was a picture of health.


New van bringing camp experience to kids who are sick

Kids with life-threatening illnesses have a new way escape for a little while.


Ice jams being carefully watched this weekend

Emergency workers around the state are keeping a close eye on 50 ice jams this weekend.


NY state dispatches assessment teams to upstate ice jams

State officials are dispatching assessment teams to several dozen ice jams throughout upstate New York to prepare for potential flooding when temperatures rise this weekend.


Queensbury teacher who lost brother and sister to overdoses is fighting back

A teacher for 16 years, Bob Dean knows about being prepared, but nothing could have gotten him ready for the hand he's been dealt in the past 18 months.


Former DJ faces child pornography charges

A Glens Falls man and former DJ is facing child pornography charges. Police say he had more than 2,500 images of child pornography on his phone.


Thurman Bridge slated to re-open

The Thurman Bridge, also known as the Route 418 Bridge, should re-open Wednesday after one more look by Warren County and state officials.


Removal of Adirondack train cars delayed by Hudson flooding

THURMAN, N.Y. (AP) - Plans to remove old tanker train cars from a rail line in the Adirondacks have been halted by Hudson River flooding.
    
The Post-Star of Glens Falls reports that plans to remove the cars sitting between North River and Tahawus were halted because river flooding deposited tons of ice on the rail line to the south.
    
The Saratoga & North Creek Railway had to close the line because of the ice. Railway officials say the cars' owner, Union Tank Car Co., still plans to take them away when conditions allow.
    
The storage of the cars has drawn the ire of government officials and advocacy groups concerned about environmental problems they could cause in the state forest preserve.
    
The railway says the cars have been cleaned and carry no hazardous materials.
    
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Information from: The Post-Star, http://www.poststar.com


Glens Falls court sentences offending drivers to wheel of video simulator

A new pilot program in Glens Falls sentences convicted drivers to the wheel of a computer simulator.


Boat passengers sentenced for role in fatal Lake George crash

Two of the passengers on the boat that killed an 8-year-old girl were sent to jail on Thursday for hindering prosecution.


Pair to be sentenced in connection with deadly boat crash

Two friends who were on a boat on Lake George when it was involved in a deadly crash with another boat are scheduled to be sentenced Thursday.


Whitehall ready to support its first Olympian, Codie Bascue

Codie Bascue, a graduate of Whitehall, will represent the United States in bobsled at the Olympics in Pyeongchang.


Ice jam could close Warren County bridge for weeks

Crews are waiting until the water running over Route 418 recedes before they can get an assessment of what work needs to be done to reopen the road flooded because of a massive ice jam on the Hudson River.


Flood prone areas on alert after storm

Floodwaters entered the Stockade neighborhood early Sunday. Then as temperatures dropped, those waters quickly froze over, causing an icy situation.


South Glens Falls man arrested in connection with bank robbery

Nelson Gouge is being held on an arrest warrant, pending charges for the robbery.


Bank robbery suspect sought in Lake George

A bank robbery briefly sent Lake George schools into lockout on Friday. It’s one in a series of recent bank robberies in that region over the last six weeks.


Man pleads guilty in connection to Hague Market robbery

A man accused of a robbery and shooting in Hague pleaded guilty in Warren County Court on Thursday morning.


Report examines invasive species in Lake George

There's a slight improvement in the number of boats requiring decontamination to remove invasive species around New York's Lake George.


Glens Falls man pleads guilty, sent to prison for having more than pound of cocaine

Gordon "Denny" Wilhelm was an imposing presence on the Glens Falls High School football field and basketball court.


Bryan Redden pleads guilty to murdering Glens Falls mother and daughter

A Glens Falls man charged with killing a woman and her young daughter has pleaded guilty to murder in the first degree.


Man accused of being drunk, asleep behind wheel of garbage truck

The Warren County Sheriff's Office has arrested a man, asleep in the driver's seat of a garbage truck.


Servers, restaurants say proposed new tipping law should be shelved

A proposal to change the way tipped workers are compensated is being met with disapproval by restaurants and servers.


Glens Falls mission opens temporary Code Blue shelter

The Open Door Mission has partnered with a hospice facility to open a temporary Code Blue shelter during construction on the mission’s new building. 


Sex offender indicted for allegedly raping child

A registered sex offender in Queensbury was indicted for allegedly raping and sexually abusing a child.


Hundreds dip into icy Lake George for annual charity plunge

The annual polar plunge lures hundred of brave souls into icy Lake George


Capital Region welcomes first 2018 baby

The Capital Region has its first 2018 baby.


Police: Queensbury woman drove car through garage door during fight

Police say a Queensbury woman drove her car through a garage door and into a vehicle at a home in the town.


Railway leasing company to remove railcars from Adirondacks

Union Tank Car says removal of approximately 65 tank cars is expected to be completed by mid-January.


New York to acquire mountain in southern Adirondacks

The Open Space Institute has acquired a tract including a scenic mountain in the southeastern Adirondacks with plans to transfer ownership to New York state.


Glens Falls march shows support for troops

Hundreds of military family members and friends gathered outside the former Glens Falls Civic Center on Sunday to show their support for the uniformed men and women celebrating the holiday season overseas.


Queensbury man charged with DWI

The Warren County Sheriff's Office says they arrested 60-year-old Daryl Ives on Friday afternoon.


North Country hit hardest by Friday's wintry blast

Friday's snow storm hit the North Country the hardest. Steady snow resulted in the highest accumulations and slick road conditions.


1 ice fisherman dies, 1 recovering after falling into pond

Authorities say a 26-year-old man has died and a second man is recovering after they plunged through ice while fishing on an Adirondack pond.


State Comptroller says Glens Falls no longer on brink of financial crisis

Glens Falls is no longer at risk of financial crisis, according to the state comptroller.


Police search for Queensbury larceny suspect

New York State Police in Queensbury is asking for your help finding a larceny suspect.


Donations pour in after theft of Salvation Army's red kettle

Donations are pouring into the Salvation Army after a red kettle was stolen outside Aviation Mall in Queensbury.


Queensbury man gets 3 1/2 years in jail for gunpoint robbery

A Queensbury man has pleaded guilty to robbing a man at gunpoint and stealing from his home. NewsChannel 13’s media partners at The Post-Star report 25-year-old Andrew Jabot admits he was with a group of masked men who invaded a home on Indiana Avenue. They assaulted a man, and stole marijuana.


Police seek Grinch who stole donation kettle from Salvation Army

Someone stole a Salvation Army donation kettle from outside the Aviation Mall in Queensbury.


Suspect in art gallery burglary tied to more thefts

A man accused of stealing a painting from a gallery in Saratoga Springs is facing more charges. NewsChannel 13’s media partners at The Post-Star report Michael Vittengl has been arrested in connection with two more thefts.


Nursing home resident dies after being thrown from wheelchair

Police say a resident of the Warren Center for Rehabilitation and Nursing died after being thrown from his wheelchair while in a nursing home van that was taking him to Glens Falls Hospital.


Whitehall farm harvests sunshine to power Gore Mountain

A farm in Washington County is providing 85-percent of Gore Mountain's electricity needs.


Pair pleads guilty in connection to fatal boat crash

Two friends who were on a boat on Lake George when it was involved in a fatal crash with another boat have pleaded guilty to misdemeanor charges.


Jail inmate accused of biting corrections officer

An inmate at the Warren County Jail is facing new charges, after allegedly biting a corrections officer.


Two people hospitalized in Lake George accident

State police say two people were taken to Albany Medical Center following a crash on Bloody Pond Road in Lake George.


Glens Falls murder defendant likely to pursue psychiatric defense

The lawyer for the man accused of killing a Glens Falls woman and her daughter tells the court that Bryan Redden suffers from emotional and psychological disorders.


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