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Save-a-Life Blood Drive

Save-a-Life Blood Drive


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Reducing insulin costs

Reducing insulin costs


'National Healthcare Decision Day'

Annual Autism Expo & Art Exhibit

Dog bite prevention tips

Capitol Melts

This Friday is National Grilled Cheese Day. Capitol Melts in Albany is marking the occasion with a great cause.


'Shakespeare in Love' at Capital Rep

Many people are already familiar with “Shakespeare in Love” from the 1998 Oscar-winning movie. It's been transformed into a stage play, just as Shakespeare did with stories in his day. One of the actresses, NewsChannel 13’s Benita Zahn, stopped by to tell us more about it. The show runs until May 12 at Capital Rep.


Tax filing surprises

Everyone knows the deadline for filing the income tax returns is Monday, April 15. However, every year, people put it off until the last minute. So we brought financial advisor, Marc Agel in for some last minute tips.


Jerked chicken with mango salsa from Eight Count Kitchen

Dish:
Jerked Chicken topped with a Mango Salsa, served over Honey Glazed Roasted Veggies


Figuring out the right plan to achieve your financial goals

Whether it's a dream vacation with your friend or saving for college or your new home, many financial goals are within reach with the right plan. Lisa Clifford from Key Bank stopped by NewsChannel 13 to explain.


Exploring how new tax laws impact divorced couples

We've all heard about how changes to the tax code have been impacting filers this year, but some of the biggest changes are being felt by divorcees. 


Capital District Garden and Flower Show

The Capital District Garden and Flower Show is March 22 to March 24 at Hudson Valley Community College. Tom Schreck from Wildwood Programs stopped by NewsChannel 13 to talk about it.


HMT: 'Dancing Through the Decades' spring benefit

Home Made Theater in Saratoga Springs will be hosting their annual spring benefit this weekend. The theme this year is "Dancing Through the Decades." Event Coordinator Dianne O'Neill Filer stopped by NewsChannel 13 to talk about it.


Journey Through the Body returning to Crossgates

It's almost here -- the annual Journey Through the Body exhibit comes to Crossgates mall this weekend. Here to give us a sneak peak of this year's hands-on activities are two guests from St. Peter's Health Partners. We have Elmer Streeter, director of communications, and Mary Ariosto-Coe, the director of project integration.


Cooking traditional Irish dishes

What better way to prepare for St. Patrick's Day than cooking some traditional Irish dishes? John Maloney, the owner of Katie O'Byrne's Irish Pub and Restaurant in Schenectady -- and Chef Greg Page, stopped by NewsChannel 13 to show us some.


'Family Jam' at Delmar Reformed Church

March is "Sing With Your Family Month." There's no better way to celebrate than at the annual "Family Jam" at Delmar Reformed Church. Deb Cavanaugh stopped by NewsChannel 13 to talk about it -- and perform a tune.


An Clar School of Irish Dance

Irish dancing dates back hundreds of years. The talented An Clar School of Dance in Albany is moving the tradition forward every year.


JDRF One Walk

You can help turn Type 1 diabetes into Type "none." Rachael Kimmelblatt, the executive director at JDRF, stopped by NewsChannel 13 to talk about the JDRF One Walk, which takes place on Saturday, May 11 at The Great Escape in Queensbury.


'Free Pancake Day' at IHOP

IHOP is celebrating "National Pancake Day" on Tuesday, March 12 in the best way possible -- with lots of free stacks. It's for a good cause.


Hannaford MAAC and Cheese Fest

The annual Hannaford MAAC-n-Cheese Fest takes place in Albany on March 11 from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Capital Center. Andy Willette from Hannaford stopped by NewsChannel 13 to talk about it.


Online challenge safety

An online phenomenon known as the "Momo Challenge" made headlines recently. It turned out to be more of a hoax. It challenged kids to harm themselves. The age old "Truth or Dare" has made its way to online challenges. So what's a parent to do? Dr. Diane Tenenbaum from Schoolhouse Road Pediatrics stopped by NewsChannel 13 with some tips.


Tax things you need to know when moving to Florida

Fed up with winter? If you want to move to a place where winter never shows up, there are some things you need to know about taxes. Lisa Clifford from Key Bank stopped by NewsChannel 13 to explain.


Questions to ask during volatile market

Do you let your emotions get the best of you during volatile markets or stay the course? Financial Advisor Mark Agel stopped by NewsChannel 13 with some questions you should ask yourself.


Most common treatments for AFib

Your sweetheart may make your heart skip a beat, but you don't want that to happen literally. Cardiology Dr. Robert Phang from St. Peter's Health Partners stopped by NewsChannel 13 to talk about the most common treatments for AFib.


Northeast Filmmakers Lab

You have a chance to celebrate the films produced and shot right here in the Capital Region. Aaron Dalla Villa and Faith Kelly stopped by NewsChannel 13 to explain.


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An Albany Easter tradition has a new meaning this year

An Albany Easter tradition has a new meaning this year

Easter Sunday bomb blasts kill more than 200 in Sri Lanka

Easter Sunday bomb blasts kill more than 200 in Sri Lanka

Easter Meals at Albany Rescue Mission

Easter Meals at Albany Rescue Mission

Local church hands out over 40 thousand easter eggs for a good cause

Local church hands out over 40 thousand easter eggs for a good cause

RPI students react to alcohol policy

RPI students react to alcohol policy

Local concern for church safety and security during Holy week

Local concern for church safety and security during Holy week

After 2 years of Russia probe drips, are you numb to it all?

After 2 years of Russia probe drips, are you numb to it all?

Cambridge HS says student can't attend prom

Cambridge HS says student can't attend prom

Police searching for robbery suspect in Colonie

Police searching for robbery suspect in Colonie

Emergency crews prepare for possible flooding

Residents watch flood waters from the Mohawk River on Ingersoll Avenue in the Stockade neighborhood of Schenectady, N.Y., Thursday, Sept. 8, 2011.

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