As we await a trial date in the corruption case of former SUNY Poly President Alain Kaloyeros and seven others, NewsChannel 13 has been asking questions to find out how much money you have spent on this investigation.
Plans to build a new jail on a piece of farmland in Schoharie have been scrapped. That means the county has to start all over again, and continue shuttling inmates to Albany County Jail, which is costing a lot of money.
NewsChannel 13 has received a long-awaited response from the Department Of Corrections and Community Supervision. It's regarding taxpayer money spent to pay employees long after the inmates were gone from Mount McGregor State Prison.
House Speaker Paul Ryan guaranteed a win on the Republican plan to dismantle Barack Obama's health care law. Instead, Ryan has suffered a brutal defeat, cancelling a vote on the measure and admitting "we're going to be living with Obamacare for the foreseeable future."
The New York Power Authority's Blenheim-Gilboa hydroelectric plant is up for relicensing, and Schoharie County residents want to use the chance to make the area safer from potentially devastating floods.
Ex-KGB spy and former Schaghticoke resident Jack Barsky says the Soviet Union has always tried to destabilize Western democracies. He's written a new book Deep Under Cover that tells the story of his career of espionage.
Capital Region land banks are getting millions of dollars in grants from the state attorney general's office. The money is slated to revitalize distressed neighborhoods and create opportunities for people to buy affordable homes.
General Electric is cutting jobs at its Schenectady-Rotterdam campus. NewsChannel 13 spoke with a company spokeswoman who would not confirm the number of layoffs, only saying that no production manufacturing jobs are being impacted.