A Level 2 sex offender from Whitehall is now charged with rape and assault. Saratoga Springs police say Wilfredo Diaz was driving around the city early Tuesday morning with a 28-year-old woman he knows.
A truck is blamed for knocking out cable, phone and internet in the North Country. NewsChannel 13’s media partners at the Post-Star report a truck pulling into Sutherland’s Petworks in Kingsbury pulled down a wire Thursday afternoon.
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A Salem woman is behind bars, accused of driver over 100 miles per hour with her baby in the car. State police say 23-year-old Josmery Cerda was doing 102 MPH in a 65 MPH zone on I-88 in the town of Princetown.
Environmental officials are calling a sweep of harmful chemicals conducted in the spring in northern New York a success. The so-called "CleanSweepNY" collected 36,787 pounds of chemicals from 82 participants in the Department of Environmental Conservation's Region 5.
Nineteen people were arrested during log bay day in Fort Ann on Monday. The Washington County Sheriff's Department tells NewsChannel 13 the charges include unlawful possession of marijuana, underage drinking.
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - Federal officials say a Kingsbury manufacturing company that was damaged by a fire last December faces nearly $200,000 in fines for failing to take steps that would prevent another blaze.
Police are investigating another sudden death of a baby believed to be caused by accidental suffocation. This one happened in Fort Ann over the weekend. A nine-week-old boy died, apparently after his mother fell asleep while nursing him.
The Rivers Casino and Resort in Schenectady doesn't open until next year, but already local counties are reaping the benefits. The state announced Tuesday that more than $30 million in casino licensing fees are now being distributed.
A Warren County man is charged with domestic abuse. Sheriff’s officials say Ryan Carruthers, 31, of Queensbury shoved and choked a woman during a fight in Kingsbury, Washington County, causing her to fall and hurt her back.
The saying is: “The way to a man’s heart is through his stomach.” For a Granville woman, her husband loves her homemade jerky. What she didn’t know is how his love for the dried meat would turn her into an entrepreneur.
Emergency first responders who have saved lives by administering Narcan were honored Wednesday in Glens Falls. Police officers and firefighters from Warren and Washington counties were recognized for giving the life-saving drug to people who overdosed on opioids. One of the organizers of the recognition ceremony was given Narcan after overdosing on a prescription painkiller.
Two bridges in Hudson Falls are going to be replaced.
There is a public meeting Wednesday night at 6:30 p.m. at Village Hall on Main Street.
Work will begin on the Route 196 bridge on July 5. Work on the Route 4 bridge will start on September 6.
Police are stepping up their search for Jonathan Schaff. They searched a quarry Monday on Route 149 in West Pawlet, Vermont. The 23-year-old from Fairhaven, Vermont, was last seen in January of 2014, following a bar fight in Granville.
A bank robber is being sought in the Village of Fort Edward. Police say a man robbed the Glens Falls National Bank branch on Broadway just before 4:30 p.m. Thursday. Investigators say the man handed the teller a note indicating he had a gun. He received money and fled on foot.
A family of four is homeless after a fire in Washington County. Our media partners at The Post-Star report firefighters responded to a fire in an upstairs apartment on the corner of Mechanic and Main Streets in Hudson Falls.
A Granville teen has admitted to having sexual contact with a 7-year-old girl. NewsChannel 13’s media partners at The Post-Star report he was sentenced to six months in jail and 10 years post-release supervision for felony sexual abuse.
The confederate flag has been banned from the Washington County Fair. NewsChannel 13’s media partners at the Post-Star report the board had initially decided last month to allow the flags this year but reversed their decision amid growing criticism.
A Hudson Falls woman is facing felony drug charges, accused of selling crack cocaine out of her home. Letitia Roberts was charged as part of an ongoing investigation into drug sales in Washington County.
Meeting someone to complete an online transaction will soon be safer in Washington County. The sheriff’s office is creating a “Safe Transaction Zone.” People who need to meet face-to-face can go to the sheriff’s department parking lot.