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Palace Theatre Community Block Party

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Clear the Shelters

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The importance of teaching kindness to kids

Helping college students with personal finances

Learning about prenuptial agreements

'World Breastfeeding Week'

For the first seven days of August, people around the world are marking “World Breastfeeding Week.” It calls on parents and the general public to empower people who are nursing. Lactation Consultant Barb Donnelly from St. Peter's Hospital stopped by NewsChannel 13 to talk about it.


'Immigrants Ball' at Proctors

Many have called this country a "Melting Pot". People from all over the world come to live in the United States. Now, Proctors in Schenectady will soon celebrate the American dream of some local, notable immigrants. Philip Morris from Proctors and one of the honorees - Guha Bala, stopped by NewsChannel 13 to talk about the Immigrants Ball, which takes place on August 18.


Pounds for Hounds

Cory Comitale from Infinity Athletics stopped by NewsChannel 13 to talk about Pounds for Hounds. The event raises money for the Mohawk Hudson Humaine Society.


Corning Museum ready to celebrate the 'Summer of Glass'

The Corning Museum of Glass is celebrating the "Summer of Glass." Eric Goldschmidt stopped by NewsChannel 13 to talk about the art of glassblowing.


Fidelis Care Family Fun Day

Every day here at NewsChannel 13, we "Commit to Kids," focusing on issues and topics important to families and children. Ashley Kennedy from Hometown Health and Tim Tilton from Fidelis Care stopped by NewsChannel 13 to talk about Fidelis Care Family Fun Day. It runs from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Friday. July 26 at State Street Presbyterian Church in Schenectady.


Watching out for insurance fraud

Frank Sztuk, a committee chair for the New York Alliance Against Insurance Fraud, stopped by NewsChannel 13 to talk about how to know if you've become a victim of insurance fraud.


Summer screen time rules

How much TV is too much for kids? Fidelis Pediatrician Dr. Lisa Moreno stopped by NewsChannel 13.


Child Health Plus

No child without health insurance. That’s the idea behind Child Health Plus in New York state. Tim Tilton from Fidelis Care stopped by NewsChannel 13 to talk about it.


Path to financial independence

Investment Specialist Lisa Clifford from Key Bank stopped by NewsChannel 13 to talk about how to declare financial independence.


'The Full Monty' at Capital Rep

"The Full Monty" is on stage at Capital Rep through August 11. Eddie Maldonado, who plays Ethan Girard, stopped by NewsChannel 13 to talk about it.


Summer Meals with United Way of the Greater Capital Region

Kids look forward to summer vacation, but what about the kids who get free meals during the school year? United Way steps in to fill that gap during the summer. Peter Gannon, the president and CEO of United Way of the Greater Capital Region, stopped by NewsChannel 13 to talk about it.


Excitement builds for Aurora Games

Excitement is building for the Aurora Games at the Times Union Center on August 20-25. Aurora Games Executive Producer Jerry Solomon and former WNBA star Barbara Turner stopped by NewsChannel 13 to talk about it.


NewsChannel 13 partners with Fidelis Care for Commit to Kids

NewsChannel 13 and Fidelis Care are kicking off a new partnership called Commit to Kids. Tim Tilton, the director of sales and marketing at Fidelis Care, stopped by NewsChannel 13 with more.


Zoodles with Olive Garden

Olive Garden stopped by NewsChannel 13 to show us a healthy summer zucchini-based noodle option called Zoodles.


Firecracker 4 road race

Preparations are underway for the annual Firecracker 4 road race.


Madison VanDenburg and Moriah Formica at NewsChannel 13

Madison VanDenburg from "American Idol" and Moriah Formica from NBC's "The Voice" stop by NewsChannel 13 to talk about their upcoming concert at the Times Union Center on June 28. Both have ties to Shaker High School.


'Waitress' at Proctors

A musical that celebrates friendship, motherhood and the magic of a well-made pie is on stage at Proctors through June 16. Actresses Christine Dwyer and Melody Betts stopped by NewsChannel 13 to talk about "Waitress."


Estate plan is something everyone needs to do

You may have heard that you need to make an estate plan, but what does an estate plan cover and how do to make one? Investment advisor Lisa Clifford explains.


New hot dog restaurant opens in Clifton Park

A new hot dog restuarant, Dog Haus, is now open in Clifton Park. To celebrate their grand opening, they are giving away free "Haus Dogs" all day from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Saturday, June 1.


Gearing up for the Freihofer's Run for Women

Thousands of women will be taking part in the annual Freihofer's Run for Women this weekend. There is still time to register. Patrick Lynskey is the co-director of the event.


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Capital Region man to be sentenced in Penn State fraternity hazing case

Capital Region man to be sentenced in Penn State fraternity hazing case

Aurora Games kickoff at the Empire State Plaza

Aurora Games kickoff at the Empire State Plaza

Over the next week, the Times Union Center in Albany will be hosting the inaugural Aurora Games. It brings together top female athletes competing in seven different sports.

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Planned Parenthood leaves federal family planning program

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