A NewsChannel 13 crew was threatened with arrest on Thursday. It happened as they were working on a story about the historic Grant Cottage in Wilton where President Ulysses S. Grant spent his final days.
More than 1,800 firearms were confiscated at airport security screening points last year. That's almost double the amount from 2009.
Critics and political foes are urging Governor Andrew Cuomo to come clean about his involvement with the Moreland Commission.
The girls' varsity soccer coach at Lansingburgh High School will keep his job. Coach John Sipperly was reinstated at a special board meeting on Thursday evening.
Mary Ann Matters was one five elected leaders who voted in favor of a casino in East Greenbush. But a recently released ad, attributed to the council members, states that the plans have changed and that she feels like it was a "bait and switch."
DARBY, Pa. (AP) — A psychiatrist has told police a patient fatally shot a caseworker at a suburban Philadelphia hospital complex before the doctor pulled out his own gun and exchanged fire with the patient.
Vermont's revenues are not growing as fast as expected, and Gov. Peter Shumlin says he's asking state agency chiefs to recommend a round of budget cuts.
A truck accident has shut down a road in South Bethlehem. Police say a truck driver failed to negotiate a curve on Bridge Street around 11 a.m.
Lottery tickets are selling fast in Massachusetts. The lottery saw its third consecutive year of record sales at $4.86 billion.
Soon when you drive past the Fuller Road firehouse in Colonie, police may be watching you.
Thanks to a $50,000 grant, police plan to install two license plate readers outside the firehouse on Central Avenue.