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  • Police respond to the scene of a stabbing at North Manning and Third Streets in Albany on Tuesday. Teen hospitalized after Albany stabbing

    One person has been taken to Albany Medical Center after a stabbing in Albany. A NewsChannel 13 crew on the scene says the victim is a 16-year-old boy.

  • One year later: Guilderland murders present 'unique frustrations'

    This Thursday marks a year since a family of four was found murdered inside their Guilderland home on Western Avenue. At a press conference on Tuesday afternoon, Albany County D.A. David Soares told reporters the case has created more unique frustrations than any others in the Capital Region.

  • Town dump sparks political trash talk in Colonie

    The DEC slapped the town of Colonie with a half-million dollar fine for over-filling its landfill on Route 9. Now, the town supervisor and her political challenger are going at it over what's actually going on at the dump.

  • East Greenbush sewage treatment plant fined yet again by the DEC

    The town supervisor in East Greenbush has declared a state of emergency after the town is hit with a hefty fine for sewage problems. This isn’t the first time the plant has had problems but the East Greenbush town supervisor says convinced the town now has the problem under control.

  • Local educators weigh-in on slavery misrepresentation in national textbook

    It is an omission of history that is grabbing attention on social media. A major book publisher says it will re-write a section of a book after a mother complained that the slave trade was misrepresented by the publishers. NewsChannel 13 talked with local school districts to see if they have the book.

  • Suspect charged with Rensselaer County car thefts

    A suspect is nabbed in connection with a rash of Rensselaer County car thefts. Maximillian Buck, 22, allegedly stole dozens of items from parked cars in North Greenbush, East Greenbush, and Schodack.

  • Malta eyed for $22 million aquatic center

    A group of parents says residents pools needs are underserved and they've formed a non-profit to build a swim center near Northway Exit 12.

  • Water main break dries up Cohoes faucets

    Much of Cohoes spent Tuesday without water. The mayor’s office tells NewsChannel 13 a water main leading to a main feed broke around 12:30 p.m.

  • Pittsfield considers Styrofoam ban

    Pittsfield is considering a ban on Styrofoam food containers. NewsChannel 13’s media partners at The Berkshire Eagle report the proposal passed the city council's ordinance and rules committee last night. It would next have to be taken up by the full council.

  • Florence, S.C. resident Jackie Lee surveys the flooding to his property on Roundtree Road along the Lynches River near Effingham, S.C., Tuesday, Oct. 6, 2015. South Carolina sees sun, but flooding ordeal far from over

    COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) - The Carolinas saw sunshine Tuesday after days of inundation, but it could take weeks to recover from being pummeled by a historic rainstorm that caused widespread flooding and 17 deaths.


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