Fifteen new officers are joining the Albany police force. They graduated from the police academy Friday morning.
People in Vermont who want to be tested for COVID-19 are urged to make an appointment rather than just walk into a testing site. A recent surge in testing has led to delays in receiving results.
Police in Pittsfield are investigating a home invasion robbery that left one man with a gunshot wound.
The former treasurer in Chatham has been found guilty of attempted official misconduct. Barbara Henry, 60, is accused of using her position to have the village pay her health insurance premiums.
A Mayfield man is behind bars, accused of rape and sexual abuse of a child.
The man accused in a violent crime spree was arraigned from his hospital bed Tuesday morning on charges of murder and attempted murder.
The Montgomery County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help after several burglaries at businesses.
A former Rensselaer County resident will spend at least six years in prison in California, after pleading guilty to second-degree murder.
Ever since his mother died of COVID-19 more than a year ago, Dan Mathias of Clifton Park has been urging state lawmakers to conduct a thorough investigation of New York's nursing home scandal.
More than 100 people turned out for a job fair in Schenectady on Wednesday. It was sponsored by Sticker Mule out of Amsterdam, and took place at Rivers Casino.
What does it take New York farmers to get food onto your dinner plate?
As Rachael Ray bounces back from a fire that destroyed her Lake Luzerne, Warren County home in 2020, disaster has struck again.
There's some clarification about the consequences for school staff following the state's vaccine and testing mandates. As NewsChannel 13 has been reporting, some teachers in a number of districts are refusing to follow the protocol.