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  • "Rent is Too Damn High" candidate facing eviction

    If not one of the leading vote-getters in the governor’s race in New York in 2010, you certainly remember him. Now, Jimmy McMillan is living the scenario he made his trademark in that election.

  • Democrats: Silver out as speaker on Monday

    Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver exited the Capitol Tuesday night knowing come Monday he will no longer be one of the most powerful politicians in New York.

  • Snowfall, less than expected, still snarls travel in the Capital Region

    The heavy snow started falling after the morning commute on Tuesday, coating the roadways, reducing visibility, and catching some drivers by surprise.

  • With a vehicle travel ban in place, pedestrians walk along Broadway in the Upper West Side neighborhood of New York, Tuesday, Jan. 27, 2015, after a snowfall shut down parts of the Northeast. Northeast blizzard wasn't a bust, but it was a miss for many

    In the wild world of winter weather, location is everything. So small last minute changes in the air morphed what was supposed to be crippling feet of snow into a handful of inches. Fearful forecasts turned into apologies.

  • Planes, trains slowly get back to normal after storm

    As the widely variant snow totals wind down across the Northeast corridor, transportation is slowly getting back to normal. The Albany International Airport has remained open and operating throughout the duration of the storm, but many flights were cancelled.

  • Local counties rocked by weather

    Western Massachusetts was the hardest hit of our viewing area. While the blizzard of 2015 didn't pack quite the wallop that everyone was expecting, it still dropped several inches of snow here in western Massachusetts, meaning a snow day for many.

  • Teacher's aide accused of forcible touching

    A former North Colonie teacher's aide is accused of having inappropriate contact with a student with developmental disabilities. 45-year-old Joseph Montimurro turned himself in to investigators and was arrested Monday night.

  • Push to get Speaker Silver to step down now bi-partisan

    Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver his future is in a holding pattern as Assembly Democrats meet behind closed doors for the second straight day. Meanwhile, Silver spent all day Tuesday in his Assembly office.

  • State AG's office warns of phone scam

    The state attorney general's office is warning about a telephone scam. The caller claims to represent the state attorney general's office.

  • Doctor discusses new weight loss device

    While there are no miracle cures, a new device, called the Maestro Rechargeable System - is getting lots of attention. It's the first weight loss device to get FDA approval since 2007. However, does it really work? A local doctor shares his thoughts.


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