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  • UAlbany students rally to defend black girls on campus

    As police look into allegations of a racially motivated attack on a CDTA bus, about 500 University at Albany students came together to show three alleged victims they've got their back.  

  • Rallies take place after racially motivated UAlbany bus attack

    Three black women attacked on a bus. It has UAlbany on edge as police investigate whether or not this is a hate crime. NewsChannel 13 was with the Black Women’s Club that organized the rally as they prepared. They say their vice president was one of the women who was assaulted on that bus.

  • Officer who beat cancer among 10 new Troy police officers

    Troy police department swore in 10 new officers on Monday. Among them – Nick Colaneri. He is the former Hoosick Falls police officer who recently announced he is in remission from cancer.

  • More truckloads of cards pour in for Sa'fyre

    Sa'fyre Terry had one wish: to get enough Christmas cards to fill a small tree. Since NewsChannel 13 first told you about her wish, Sa'fyre has been inundated with cards. In fact, she’s received at least 430,000 cards and 10,000 packages. On Thursday, they brought their biggest delivery to her.

  • Homes for the Holidays

    Enjoy these beautifully decorated holiday homes submitted by your Capital Region neighbors. Happy Holidays from NewsChannel 13!

  • Seven people are hospitalized after this accident in Cheshire, Mass. 7 hospitalized after transit bus hits home

    A transit bus barrels into a Cheshire, Mass. home. The accident happened early Thursday afternoon on state Route 8. An SUV crossed into the opposite lane and hit the bus.

  • Body found positively identified as Patrice Zimmerman

    Colonie police say a body found in Hudson River has been identified as missing woman Patrice Zimmerman. The cause of death appears to be asphyxia due to drowning. Blood found in her house is believed to be from a cut on her face.

  • Former state Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos walks out of federal court with his arm around his son Adam after the pair was found guilty. Ex-NY Senate leader, son guilty of extortion charges

    NEW YORK (AP) — Former New York Senate leader Dean Skelos and his son were convicted Friday of charges the once-powerful Republican used his clout to extort about $300,000 income and other benefits for the son in a bribery scheme that unraveled when investigators began recording their phone calls.

  • Christmas cards pour in for young survivor of deadly fire

    Sa’Fyre Terry is the sole survivor of a fire that killed her family two years ago. Her holiday wish was to receive enough cards to fill her Christmas tree. NewsChannel 13's Jessica Layton was with her when she saw that wish take shape Wednesday.

  • One person was hospitalized after a car fire in Catskill. Woman hospitalized after car crash and fire in Catskill

    A car caught fire Tuesday morning in Catskill. The mangled car packed with clothes was destroyed by the flames.


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