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  • Sign sheds light on Hoosick Street safety

    The lights will soon be back on along a dangerous section of Hoosick Street, or route 7, in Troy.  Work begins next week on the lamps that are out, and in some instances, missing completely.

  • Climbing 46 Adirondack high peaks in a week for a good cause

    Climbing any mountain is no easy task. But one local woman plans to climb 46 of them in the Adirondacks in just seven days. She's doing it for National Suicide Prevention Week coming up in September.

  • Astorino offers jobs plan; criticizes Cuomo for dodging debate

    Rob Astorino says the state shouldn't be in the business of picking winners and losers and that CEOs aren't going to leave more business friendly climates to deal with New York’s thicket of regulations. Meanwhile, he's describing Gov. Andrew Cuomo as a coward for refusing to debate his primary opponent.

  • Candles, flowers placed in front of Troy murder scene

    Candles and flowers have been set up in front of the Lansingburgh home where two people were brutally murdered. Police say the killers forced their way into the home of 51-year-old Allen Lockrow and his 59-year-old wife Maria on First Avenue and beat the couple to death.

  • Adams Police officer resigns after prescription drug arrest

    An Adams Police officer accused of using a false identity to buy prescription drugs has resigned. NewsChannel 13’s media partners at the Berkshire Eagle report Thomas Cook was a full-time patrolman with the department since 2010. He turned in his resignation following his arrest on Monday.

  • Athens Police officer arrested for assault

    A part time police officer in Greene County is under arrest, accused of pepper-spraying a man, causing him to lose consciousness. State police say 38-year-old Anthony Delvecchio III sprayed the man after a fight.

  • Dr. Kent Brantly, an American doctor who contracted Ebola, is shown working in Liberia for Samaritan's Purse. American Ebola doc: 'I am thrilled to be alive'

    ATLANTA (AP) — Calling it a "miraculous day," an American doctor infected with Ebola left his isolation unit and warmly hugged his doctors and nurses on Thursday, showing the world that he poses no public health threat one month after getting sick with the virus.

  • Troy man arrested for pretending to be a Troy Police officer

    A Troy man is facing charges after he allegedly tried to convince people that he was a police officer. Ross Congeni was arrested after police say he was frequenting the South Troy Pool and telling workers and swimmers that he was a Troy Police officer.

  • Vermont fire destroys business, 170 out of work

    A five alarm fire in Rutland, Vermont has destroyed a business putting 170 people out of work. Firefighters were called to a machine fire at the Rutland Plywood Corporation Wednesday afternoon.

  • UPS targeted by hackers, personal data stolen

    UPS is the latest business to be targeted by hackers. The shipping company says 51 stores in 24 states, including New York, were hacked via malware on the store's computer system. 


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