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Albany police identify victim of weekend homicide

Assemblywoman calls for Cohoes mayor to step down

Transgender people can enlist in military Jan. 1

Albany High School reopens after brawl

Parents to voice opinion on recess cuts

Non-stop Albany to Buffalo flights available for first time in seven years

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NY Senate asks farmers: How can we help your bottom line?

Members of the New York state Senate want to hear from farmers about ways the state can help their industry.


Washington County man accused of beating up woman

A 32-year-old Washington County man is under arrest, accused of beating up a woman and injuring several deputies trying to arrest him.


Woman accused of having shopping spree with stolen debit card

An Albany woman is accused of stealing a debit card and going on a shopping spree. State police have arrested Diamond Moultrie.


Crews battle Saratoga County fire

The Saratoga County Sheriff's Office tells us crews are battling a house fire on 193 Hinds Road in Providence.


Batali steps down after sexual misconduct allegations

Mario Batali is stepping down from daily operations at his restaurant empire following reports of sexual misconduct by the celebrity chef over a period of at least 20 years.


Cohoes comes together after major fire

Mike Ferris had just moved in, trying to make 226 Remsen Street a home with his girlfriend and his two young daughters when tragedy struck.


Hudson River cleanup focuses on shore after dredging ends

SCHUYLERVILLE, N.Y. (AP) - As General Electric seeks to close the books on a $1.7 billion cleanup of the upper Hudson River, a new fight is simmering over the company's legacy of toxic pollution in the region.


Schumer urges DOT to require upfront baggage fee disclosure

U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer is calling on the federal Department of Transportation to reverse its decision not to require airlines to disclose baggage fees upfront.


Sandy Hook massacre remembered in Saratoga Springs

It was a somber remembrance Sunday in Saratoga Springs.


Scientist with Capital Region ties awarded Nobel Prize

A scientist with local ties received one of the field's highest honors.


Christmas party held for kids at Albany Med

enCourage Kids held its annual Christmas party at Dave and Busters on Sunday morning.


Fire crews contend with car fire in Menands

Fire crews responded to a car fire at 18 Amsterdam Avenue around 11 a.m. Sunday.


Police warn shoppers to be on guard for thieves

New York state troopers are urging holiday shoppers to beware of thieves. State Police Superintendent George Beach says criminals will look for any opportunity to steal and take advantage of people - even at the mall or on a busy downtown street.


Advocates: NY must invest more in housing for mentally ill

Advocates for New Yorkers with mental illness say the state is falling behind on investments in community housing for this vulnerable group.


State targets impaired, distracted driving in holiday push

Massachusetts officials are reminding motorists to stay sober and avoid distractions over the holiday season.


State wins lawsuit over Adirondack snowmobile trail-building

New York state's construction of wider snowmobile trails in the Adirondack Mountains has been upheld by a state Supreme Court judge.


Trump talks tax cuts and budget on golf course with Graham

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (AP) — President Donald Trump sought Sunday to gloss over the difficult work ahead for lawmakers laboring to finalize tax cut legislation he can sign by his self-imposed Christmas deadline.


Haley: Trump's accusers of sex misconduct should be heard

WASHINGTON (AP) - The U.S. ambassador to the United Nations said Sunday that women who accuse someone of sexual misconduct deserve to be heard, even if it involves President Donald Trump.


Ronald McDonald House Charities provides holiday cheer for ill children

Children seeking services from the Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Capital Region were treated to a holiday party Saturday night. 


Albany holds on for 10th win, beats Siena 74-69

David Nichols scored 12 points and made two free throws in the final seconds to seal Albany's 74-69 win over Siena in the Albany Cup on Saturday night.


Albany police probe fatal shooting

Levels Banquet Hall on North Pearl Street is a venue that people rent out for parties and other events. Early Saturday morning, one of those events turned deadly.


'Coco' tops box office again before 'Star Wars' hits

LOS ANGELES (AP) - The animated family film "Coco" has topped the box office for a third time on a quiet, pre "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" weekend in theaters.


Nearly 2,000 come out for the Last Run 5K

Despite Saturday’s snowfall, nearly 2,000 runners came out for the Last Run 5K.


Albany Police Athletic League gets into holiday spirit

The Albany Police Athletic League got into the holiday spirit on Saturday. The annual Pitch In For PAL holiday toy drive culminated Saturday with a holiday party.


Mental health provider accused of engaging in sexual conduct with patient

The acts allegedly occurred between October and November during treatment sessions.


Fire crews battle Albany blaze

One resident and a firefighter are injured in the aftermath of the overnight blaze.


Rensselaer Honda holds Toys for Tots drive

Rensselaer Honda held a Toys for Tots drive Saturday morning.


AP sources: Yankees set to reel in MVP Stanton from Marlins

MIAMI (AP) — After helping the New York Yankees to five World Series titles, Derek Jeter might help them win another.


Trump hails civil rights heroes; protesters pan his record

JACKSON, Miss. (AP) - President Donald Trump paid tribute Saturday to the leaders and foot soldiers of the civil rights movement whose sacrifices help make the United States a fairer and more just country, though protests surrounding his visit to Mississippi laid bare the stark divisions among Americans about his commitment to that legacy.


2 questions loom over House-Senate talks on GOP tax bill

WASHINGTON (AP) - Two looming questions threaten to snag the seemingly smooth trajectory of the Republicans' massive tax legislation now in its final leg in Congress. How to satisfy demands of the rebellious GOP lawmakers from high-tax states who demand concessions over a cherished deduction? And how to pay for those concessions?


US wants world to isolate North Korea, so what's that mean?

WASHINGTON (AP) - When President Donald Trump's U.N. ambassador recently urged the world to sever diplomatic ties with North Korea, she was sketchy on the details: Should all embassies close? How about those providing the U.S. intelligence from the largely inscrutable country? And what of Sweden, which helps with imprisoned Americans?


Capitol Watch: Cuomo speech; lawmaker seeks IDs for dreamers

In New York state government news, Gov. Andrew Cuomo has settled on a traditional state of the state address after shaking things up last year.


Vermont health officials say could be rough flu season

State health officials say it could be a rough flu season and are urging Vermonters to get flu shots to protect themselves and others.


Vermont Fish and Wildlife offers tips to bird feeders

The Vermont Department of Fish and Wildlife is offering bird feeding enthusiasts some tips about feeding their avian friends during the winter.


The Latest: California governor: Fires are 'new reality'

FALLBROOK, Calif. (AP) — The Latest on wildfires burning in Southern California (all times local):


Gloversville mayor charged with official misconduct

State police have arrested Gloversville Mayor Dayton King.


Man sentenced for sexually abusing kids at Watervliet McDonald's

The man accused of sexually abusing two sisters and another 5-year-old in the Watervliet McDonalds was sentenced Friday in Albany County Court.    


Derrick Guilder pleads guilty to murder in the death of his girlfriend

A Washington County man pleaded guilty to murder on Friday in connection with setting the September fire that killed his girlfriend.


Pet Pitbull stands in way of fire victim finding new home

People who were displaced by last week's massive fire in Cohoes are just now starting to find new homes.


Latham teen delivers hats for cancer patients

14-year-old Jeremy Wernick collected the hats as part of his annual "Hatsgiving."


Democratic Senate minority leader sides with Trump on Jerusalem decision

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer is weighing in on the president's decision to officially recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.


Albany High fight leads to many suspensions

Albany High School was closed Friday as staff combed security video and social media posts to determine who was involved in Thursday's large fight.


Donations pour in after theft of Salvation Army's red kettle

Donations are pouring into the Salvation Army after a red kettle was stolen outside Aviation Mall in Queensbury.


Fire damages Albany home

Fire broke out Friday morning in Albany. The fire happened around 9:30, at 609 3rd Street.


Eight people escape Coeymans Hollow fire

Crews battled a house fire at 70 Fares Road in Coeymans Hollow early Friday.


Rivers Casino names new general manager

Rivers Casino is announcing a new general manager. Rob Long took over operations on Friday.


Special store helps families in need for the holidays

Teenagers work with seniors to act as Santa's elves in Rensselaer County


STEM brings magic and awe of 'Finding Neverland' to life

We go to the theater for the magic of what's created on the stage. Sometimes, it's fun to look behind the curtain and see how that magic is created. NewsChannel 13’s Benita Zahn went to Proctors Theatre, where "Finding Neverland" is playing through Sunday.


Queensbury man gets 3 1/2 years in jail for gunpoint robbery

A Queensbury man has pleaded guilty to robbing a man at gunpoint and stealing from his home. NewsChannel 13’s media partners at The Post-Star report 25-year-old Andrew Jabot admits he was with a group of masked men who invaded a home on Indiana Avenue. They assaulted a man, and stole marijuana.


Connecticut man charged with rape in Guilderland

A Connecticut man is accused of raping someone under 15 years old. Police say it happened at the Days Inn at 1230 Western Avenue in Guilderland.


Angry worshippers lash out against Trump across Muslim world

JERUSALEM (AP) — Large crowds of worshippers across the Muslim world staged anti-U.S. marches Friday, some stomping on posters of Donald Trump or burning American flags in the largest outpouring of anger yet at the U.S. president's recognition of bitterly contested Jerusalem as Israel's capital.


Woman helps others realize dreams of home ownership

Bonnie Hayden of Pittsfield still marvels at having her own piece of the rock – her home. It's a miracle she thought would never happen.


Water main break in Latham

The intersection of Miller Road and Johnson Road in Latham is closed due to a water main break.


Russian man sentenced for smuggling people into US

Federal authorities say a 70-year-old Russian man who's skilled at finding his way through the woods is going to prison for smuggling people across the U.S-Canada border in northern New York.


Gifts for Guns event planned for Saturday

Another Gifts for Guns drop-off is scheduled for Saturday in Albany and Troy.


Fundraiser planned for Cohoes fire victims

A fundraiser will be held Sunday for victims of the fire in Cohoes.


NY waterways plagued by sewage spills

The watchdog group released an update Thursday to its 2016 report focused on the state's rivers and streams.


Pittsfield man gets 18 months for shotgun possession

A Pittsfield man who had a pair of unsecured shotguns that he was not licensed to possess in his bedroom has been sentenced to 18 months in jail.


A stronger global economy is helping boost the US job market

WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. job market is benefiting from an unlikely source: Other countries.


Elderly homeowner targeted in Scotia

Police say legitimate utility workers will have photo identification and identifying clothing and vehicles. If you’re unsure, do not let them inside. Instead, call police.


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NY awards $6.5M for sexual assault prevention, victim help

NY awards $6.5M for sexual assault prevention, victim help

NY lawmaker introduces plan for new state harassment policy

NY lawmaker introduces plan for new state harassment policy

Trump celebrates Hanukkah, Jerusalem at White House

Donald Trump, Meir Yaakov Soloveichik

Albany High School closed Friday

Albany High School closed Friday

DOT drops proposal to force airlines to disclose bag fees

DOT drops proposal to force airlines to disclose bag fees

Franken announces resignation from Senate amid allegations

Al Franken, Franni Bryson

Flames consume Menands garage

Flames consume Menands garage

GE's power division plans to cut about 12,000 jobs globally

GE's power division plans to cut about 12,000 jobs globally

Police seek Grinch who stole donation kettle from Salvation Army

Police seek Grinch who stole donation kettle from Salvation Army

Man involved in deadly heroin deal gets 10 years in prison

Man involved in deadly heroin deal gets 10 years in prison

Congress averts shutdown, sends Trump stopgap spending bill

Donald Trump, Mike Pence, Paul Ryan, Nancy Pelosi, Mitch McConnell, Chuck Schumer

Capital Region Red Cross volunteers help California fire victims

Capital Region Red Cross volunteers help California fire victims

Man dubbed 'Sleeper Creeper' rejects plea deal

Man dubbed 'Sleeper Creeper' rejects plea deal

Californians sped through flames to escape for a third time

Brian Bromberg, Wendy Bromberg

State police respond to tractor trailer accident

State police respond to tractor trailer accident

Police: Man steals OxyContin from Albany CVS

Police: Man steals OxyContin from Albany CVS

6 hurt in 3-vehicle accident near World Trade Center

This image comes from a viewer video sent to WNBC in New York City.

'Not a drill': Students hid in classrooms as shooter kills 2

'Not a drill': Students hid in classrooms as shooter kills 2

Rocks Nightclub shooter sentenced to 25 years in prison

Rocks Nightclub shooter sentenced to 25 years in prison

Albany police investigate Dollar General robbery

Albany police investigate Dollar General robbery

Pearl Harbor survivors to remember those killed

Pearl Harbor survivors to remember those killed

Parents learn dangers of opioids, heroin at town hall meeting

Parents learn dangers of opioids, heroin at town hall meeting

Gillibrand, others, call for Franken's resignation amid new allegations

Sen. Al Franken, D-Minn., speaks during the Energy and Natural Resources Committee hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, Nov. 15, 2017.

Palestinians protest Trump move, more unrest feared

Palestinians protest Trump move, more unrest feared

House OKs GOP bill expanding gun owners' rights

House OKs GOP bill expanding gun owners' rights

More women turn to social media for free breast milk

More women turn to social media for free breast milk

New partnership hopes to curb Capital Region crime

New partnership hopes to curb Capital Region crime

Vermont warns of rough flu season, urges vaccinations

Vermont warns of rough flu season, urges vaccinations

Scott says reducing school staff could prevent tax increase

Scott says reducing school staff could prevent tax increase

Officials: State revenues improving, but uncertainty remains

Officials: State revenues improving, but uncertainty remains

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