Steven Cook

North Adams man found in missing person's case

NORTH ADAMS- Following up on a missing person’s case in Berkshire County.

  • The Berne-Knox-Westerlo School District releases statement on Kenneth White
  • 19-month-old child's death ruled a homicide
  • Community rallies around house fire victim
  • Girls Summit at HVCC focuses on STEM education

  • Woman 'raises eyebrows' to thank doctor for surgery

    Eyebrows may not seem like much to most of us, but they're a sort of crowning glory for a woman born with extensive, facial deformity. Brianna Cook, 30, is about to undergo her second eyebrow transplant. When she was born the umbilical cord was caught on her face causing severe facial deformity.

  • Flu starting to hit Capital Region hard

    Flu is starting to hit the Capital Region hard; just in time for the holidays. Pine Bush Elementary School in Guilderland is reporting an unusually high number of students absent Thursday due to flu symptoms.

  • Man indicted in mother of four's death

    A Schenectady County grand jury has taken action against Jamell Modest in the death of a mother of four.

  • Woman accused of being drunk at interview for driving job

    A Fort Edward woman is under arrest after authorities say she showed up drunk to apply for a job as a Meals on Wheels delivery driver. Authorities say Terri Murphy went to apply for the job Wednesday morning.

  • Two men charged with Renssealer County burglaries

    State police have arrested two men in a series of burglaries throughout Rensselaer County. Devin With of Valley Falls and Dustin Stevenson of Glens Falls are both arrested.

Waste Watchers

  • The cost of closing a prison

    NewsChannel 13 has received a long-awaited response from the Department Of Corrections and Community Supervision. It's regarding taxpayer money spent to pay employees long after the inmates were gone from Mount McGregor State Prison.

Education Spotlight

  • Training teachers to help identify dyslexia

    Should teachers in New York State be trained to recognize students with dyslexia? Many parents say “yes.” In fact, parents attending a NewsChannel 13 education forum this past September urged us to research the issue and we did.

NewsChannel 13 In-Depth

  • Are we hearing the final ring for the payphone?

    When was the last time you used a pay phone? Or better yet, have your children or grandchildren ever used one? Once a staple on almost every street corner, pay phones are rapidly vanishing. However, they're still around -- if you know where to look.


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