This is the home where police say two people overdosed on heroin in Washington County.

Two people recovering after possible heroin overdose

Escaped bull captured in Washington County

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Fort Edward firefighters prepare for ice rescues

Police divers find body of 2nd Vermont snowmobiler in lake

NY police ID body found in lake as snowmobiler from Vermont

Runaway bull still loose in Washington County

There’s still no sign of a runaway bull in Washington County. The animal escaped while being unloaded from a trailer for a livestock auction Tuesday night in the town of Jackson.

Hudson Falls man to return library book 75 years overdue

Terry O'Neil thinks the book was signed out by his great uncle who was struck and killed by a lightning strike in the 1940s.

Police seek runaway bull in Washington County

Police in Washington County say this is no bull. They want people to be on the lookout for a runaway bull.

Bull on the loose in Washington County

A bull made a run for it as it was being unloaded at a livestock auction.

From Carnegie Hall to Whitehall; acclaimed singers raise money for kids in need

Singers who've performed at some of the biggest concert venues in the country are playing at Whitehall High School Saturday.

New York State employee hit by pickup truck while on duty

A New York State Department of Public Service employee was working on State Rt. 196 when he was hit by a pickup truck on Thursday afternoon.

Hebron woman seriously injured in rollover accident

A woman has been found with serious injuries after her car rolled over on a Washington County road.

Fort Edward woman rejects plea deal in assault of 4-year-old stepdaughter

The Fort Edward woman accused of attacking her stepdaughter has said no to an offer that would send her to prison for up to 7 years.

Hudson Falls man killed in Herkimer County snowmobile crash

A Hudson Falls man has died in a snowmobile crash in Herkimer County. According to NewsChannel 13’s media partners at the Post-Star, the accident happened around 10 p.m. Wednesday evening on Herkimer County Trail 5, just north of Daikers Pub in Old Forge.

Former village mayor accused of peeping and rubbing

Police say Thomas Scott peeped at and massaged boys he had been both living with and coaching at the school.

Former Granville mayor accused of inappropriate contact with child

Thomas Scott of Granville is charged with endangering the welfare of a child. He's accused of having inappropriate contact with a boy younger than 17 who lived with him.

Explosion rattles nerves, windows in Saratoga and Washington Counties

The Washington County Sheriff’s Office says they know what caused a large explosion on Sunday. They say some people used the explosive Tannerite to blow up an old junk car. The explosion was felt as far away as Kingsbury and South Glens Falls.

New taxes and fees in Governor Cuomo's proposed budget

Governor Andrew Cuomo's proposed $152 billion budget includes some new taxes and fees in addition to new programs and proposals.

Event held for family of late Greenwich child

People gathered in a Malta restaurant Sunday to raise money for a Greenwich family that lost a child in a tragedy in the snow last month.

Police: Woman shows up to DWI court appearance drunk with child in tow

State police say they arrested a woman for DWI for the second time this year.

Fort Edward celebrates first supermarket since 2003

A new supermarket opened in Washington County Tuesday morning and residents are celebrating. The opening of a new Market 32 is the culmination of a 13-year effort for the people of Fort Edward. Fort Edward hasn't had a supermarket since Grand Union pulled out in 2003, so the community is welcoming Market 32 with open arms.

State's highest court to hear triple murder case

FORT EDWARD, N.Y. (AP) - An appeal in a triple murder case in upstate New York is heading for the state's highest court.

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.

Designated driver facing DWI charges in Washington County

A designated driver is facing DWI charges in Washington County. Police say she had a baby in the car too.

Hunters ticketed for allegedly killing too many rabbits

Two hunters in southern Washington County were ticketed for their bounty. That’s because Environmental Conservation officers say the men killed 22 cottontail rabbits in one day. The limit is six.

Family mourns death of Argyle man killed in snowmobile crash

Joshua Bemis was killed when his snowmobile crashed on Cossayuna Lake at around 1 o'clock Sunday morning.

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.

Deputy talks man off ledge in Fort Edward

A Washington County Sheriff's Deputy is able to convince a man to take his hand instead of jumping off a bridge into the frigid waters of the Hudson River.

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.

Village of Whitehall declares snow emergency

The Village of Whitehall has declared a snow emergency to be in effect until Sunday morning at 9:30 A.M.

Vermont woman allegedly caught with crystal meth in Washington County

Police say a Vermont woman was caught with crystal meth in Washington County. They stopped 48-year-old Terri Thomas, 48, of Poultney on State Route 22A in Hampton for a traffic infraction Sunday.

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

Police identify kids in tragic snow bank accident

A seventh grader from Greenwich is dead after a tragic accident involving a snow bank. Police say 13-year-old Joshua Demarest (left) died. His friend 12-year-old Tyler Day (right) survived.

12-year-old boy dies in Greenwich after getting buried in snow bank

Two sixth graders were playing in the snow when they were buried alive Tuesday afternoon but after a frantic search it was too late for one of the 12 year olds, police said.

Granville man sentenced for receiving child pornography

A Granville man who admitted to receiving child pornography was sentenced to five years in prison Monday. Tristan Shaw pleaded guilty back in August.

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.

NY awards $6.3M to help preserve farmland

 The state has awarded $6.3 million in grants to help preserve farmland in eastern New York.

Two people escape Granville fire

Firefighters in Granville were called out to a chimney fire around 3 a.m. on Friday. Officers in the Middle Granville Department say two family members were able to escape the house on County Route 21 without injury.

Police: Man was preparing to sell illegal drugs in Vermont

State police stop a man they say was heading to Vermont to sell drugs. Police say Devon Jackson was speeding when they pulled his car over Sunday morning in Fort Ann.

Shopping for warmth in Washington County; people find necessities at 'Coat Boutique'

People in need went to the Washington County Municipal Center Thursday to shop for free, warm winter clothing.

Former Cambridge public works superintendent pleads guilty to child porn charges

The former Cambridge public works superintendent has pleaded guilty to child pornography charges. NewsChannel 13’s media partners at the Post-Star report Michael Telford, 46, now faces up to 20 years in prison and five years’ parole.

Tuesday's rain sent nearly 2M gallons of untreated sewage into Hudson River

Tuesday's heavy rains did more than create a lot of mud. They sent nearly 2 million gallons of untreated sewage into the Hudson River between Rensselaer and Washington counties in less than 24 hours.

Three-car crash under investigation in Washington County

A car crash in Easton, Washington County is under investigation. The sheriff’s department says 37-year-old Jason Geraghty hit a car driven by 25-year-old Austin Brown on state Route 29 around 5 p.m. Wednesday. A third car was also involved.

Police investigating three car accident in Easton

The Washington County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a personal injury three car accident on State Route 29 that happened on Wednesday.

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.

Washington County bobsledder makes U.S. National Team

A Washington County bobsledder has earned a spot on the U.S. National Team. Codie Bascue, 22, lives in Whitehall. He swept the four trial races to earn one of three pilot spots on the men's team.

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.

Albany man dies in Champlain Canal bridge painting accident

Rahssan Smith of Albany One has drowned in the Champlain Canal in Kingsbury.

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.

Village board OKs service goat

The Hudson Falls Village Board voted 4-1 on Monday night to allow Greg Cutler to keep his goat, Coca Rose, after being convinced the goat is a registered service animal that helps Greg cope with his Parkinson's Disease.

Washington County bobsledder goes for U.S. national team

A Washington County bobsledder has two wins under his belt as he tries once again for a spot on the U.S. national team. Codie Bascue won two races in two days in the two-man bobsled. That was in Lake Placid over the weekend.

Police: 6-year-old found living among empty heroin packets

State police search a burglary suspect's home and find a 6-year-old child living among empty heroin packets and hypodermic needles.

Fire damages Washington County home

Fire damaged a Washington County home on Friday morning. It happened on County Route 23 in Hartford.

Washington County man facing child pornography charges

A Washington County man appeared in court Friday to face child pornography charges. Investigators say Michael Bush, 48, of Fort Edward had pornographic photos of underage kids on his cell phone.

Man crushed by falling concrete identified

Investigators have released the name of a man crushed by falling concrete in Washington County on Tuesday. They say Daniel Ingram died from blunt force trauma to chest and abdomen.

Substitute teaching assistant from Hudson Falls accused of raping student

A substitute teaching assistant at BOCES in Kingsbury is accused of raping a 16-year-old girl. Daniel Stoy, 38, of Hudson Falls, admitted he had sex with the girl at his home.

Washington County plant worker crushed by falling object

A tragic accident in Washington County on Tuesday morning. The sheriff’s department says a 45-year-old plant worker at Fort Miller Company in Easton was crushed by a falling object

State police use stun-gun to catch two-time felon

State police in Washington County use a stun gun on a two-time felon they say ran from them during an arrest. Police say they were trying to arrest Walter Mulhall for illegally possessing a gun.

Stefanik avoids questions after debate, leaves quickly

Incumbent Congresswoman takes part in debate at SUNY Adirondack and then tries to avoid media questions in 21st Congressional District.

Police: Woman bludgeoned husband with Jesus plaque for refusing conversion

A Washington County woman is under arrest, accused of bludgeoning her husband with a wooden plaque of Jesus Christ and threatening police with a tree branch.

U.S. Senator Gillibrand in Glens Falls to push for high speed internet in rural areas

Senator Kirsten Gillibrand says access to broadband is as important as access to electricity and water.

Women elected leaders express outrage over Trump comments

Women elected leaders speak out against Donald Trump's vulgar words about women.

Two injured in Argyle plane crash

A 1958 Cessna Skyhawk 172 with two individuals on board crashed just east of the runway at the Argyle Airport on Saturday.