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Buddies on a summer 'row' trip

Buddies on a summer 'row' trip


Commemorating the Battle of Bennington

Commemorating the Battle of Bennington


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Severe storms knock out power to 11,000+ Capital Region customers

Troy crews work to repair broken gas main

Pool upgrades and outlooks as season closes down

Annual black and blue morning effort

Cops on Top of Capital Region Dunkin Donuts shops in five counties help raise money and awareness for Special Olympics New York.


Report: Troy cop lied about fatal shooting

An internal Troy Police report concludes Sgt. Randall French lied about details of the fatal 2017 Edson Thevenin shooting and that French is partially culpable for Thevenin's death.


Brand-new Veggie Mobile bringing healthy food to inner-city neighborhoods

Capital Roots is trying out a new way to get fresh veggies to people living in inner-city neighborhoods.


Schumer calls for $1 billion in federal grants to improve election security

New York Senator Chuck Schumer says "never before have American elections been so susceptible to attack from foreign adversaries."


Community gathers in support of 6th Annual Walk for Wishes

4-year-old Brady Bell joined dozens of families for the 6th Annual "Walk for Wishes" at the Hudson Valley Community College. 


Troy police video raises concern about excessive force

Exclusive video, First on 13 of Troy police making an arrest that has some concerned about the use of excessive force.


Power back for Rensselaer seniors after nearly 24 hours in the dark

After nearly 24 hours, a senior apartment complex in Rensselaer has its power back.


Troy considers ban on plastic in the city

The city council is looking for a ban on plastic bags - as well as straws and serviceware.


13 Investigates looking into conditions at Troy's Uncle Sam Parking Garage

Conditions inside the Uncle Sam Parking Garage in Troy causing concern.


Troy boudoir studio helping women build self-esteem through art

Many know boudoir as the picturesque-like photography once considered risqué. Today, it's considered art and more females like Lindsay Rae are behind the camera.


Two people arrested in Troy raid

Troy police arrested two people after an early morning raid.


Still no opening date for South Troy pool

Work continues on the shuttered South Troy pool.


Severe weather pummels Capital Region

Severe weather blew through the Capital Region on Wednesday, causing damage and knocking out power.


Fire damages Troy home

The Red Cross is helping a Troy woman after a fire on Monday.


Troy City Council votes no on latest Sanctuary City measure

Troy City Council voted on bringing the on-going sanctuary city debate to the people.


Cropseyville man charged for removing and stealing catalytic converters from vehicles

Crooks are going the extra mile for an extra buck, and a local car shop can attest to it. 


Troy couple gets probation for hoarding animals

The Troy couple who pleaded guilty to abusing and starving dogs, cats, birds and other domestic animals, is sent to jail, briefly.


Protesters bring giant, inflatable rats to Schodack Amazon site

If you drive by the construction site for the massive Amazon warehouse in Schodack on Route, just south of the 9 & 20 split, you'll see a group of giant inflatable rats.


Council member looks to reduce waste in the City of Troy

A Troy City Councilman is looking to reduce the city’s waste.


RPI researchers help solve mystery of MIA World War II hero

More than 70 years after a marine from Troy went missing in action, his family and friends finally have some answers.


Rensselaer girl with congenital heart defect to throw first pitch at ValleyCats game

A special occasion before the start of Tuesday night's ValleyCats game at Joe Bruno Stadium.


Lawsuit filed to block Rensselaer County from disclosing voter info to ICE

A lawsuit has been filed to block Rensselaer County from disclosing voter registration information to ICE.


Funding for PFOA chemical research

New York State is getting nearly a million dollars from the Federal Government to study the health concerns associated with toxic chemicals in the water. 


25 years to life behind bars for Troy murder

A 23-year-old man will spend 25 years to life in jail in connection with a 2016 murder.


U.S. Department of Labor O.S.H.A called for alleged workplace hazards at RPI

Past and present employees of RPI say their workplace conditions are unsanitary.


Troy holds open houses before auctioning off foreclosed properties

The City of Troy wants you to help them do something with their blighted properties.


Rensselaer Co. Clerk files lawsuit over Green Light Law

The Rensselaer County Clerk filed a lawsuit against the governor, the state attorney general and the commissioner of the Department of Motor Vehicles on Wednesday.


Troy's man's vision helps kids pave the way toward brighter future

It is the hope of many people in Troy that the recent shootings there don't perpetuate the myth that all kids there are in trouble.


Troy building being turned into lofts catches fire

A Troy building being turned into lofts caught fire Friday evening.


Schodack standoff ends with man in custody

A standoff that lasted for 15 hours in Rensselaer County is now over and a 32-year-old man is in custody.


Eagle-eyed Troy cops find elderly woman's stolen car

A woman was dropping off donations at the Salvation Army in Troy, when someone took off with her car. She got it back, thanks to alert Troy police officers.


RPI's Low helped NASA, Apollo take off

A graduate of RPI and later the 14th President of the school helped create and build the space program and get man on the moon.


Troy reaches tentative agreement with its police union

The Troy Police Union and the city have reached a tentative agreement. 


North Greenbush resident apologizes for explosion that frightened neighborhood

North Greenbush police are investigating reports of an explosion.


Experiment RPI professor helped create heads to space

It's exciting news for RPI. An RPI-led experiment is headed to the International Space Station. It could help researchers learn more about Parkinson's, Alzheimer's, and diabetes.


Troy police give out scholarships for students pursuing law enforcement

Three Capital Region students are off to college this fall, with a special hand from police in Troy.     


Troy resumes Sanctuary City discussions

Residents in Troy continue to discuss whether or not they want to become a Sanctuary City. The first of three public hearings was held Tuesday night on a local law that would prohibit Troy from ever becoming a Sanctuary City.


Smell that? Troy welcomes 12th Annual Pig Out

On Saturday, hungry visitors got to eat like a pig. 


Cooling stations open for the weekend in Troy

Cooling stations have been opened in Troy to keep you refreshed during the hot weather. 


Troy mayor vetoes Sanctuary City resolution

Mayor Patrick Madden has officially vetoed the resolution on families and communities together. That would have made Troy a Sanctuary City.


Troy City Council agrees to waive pool fees

Troy residents won't have to pay a pool fee this season, if the pool is ever opened.


McLaughlin to Madden: veto sanctuary city

Council approves sanctuary city (FACT Act) measure but Rensselaer County Exec. wants a veto ASAP


Troy City Council approves FACT Act

The Troy City Council voted 4 to 3 to pass the FACT Act, formerly known as the Sanctuary City resolution.


Troy continues to debate over sanctuary city status

The debate over if Troy should become a sanctuary city is expected to continue on Thursday.  


Helping to feed Troy children and prevent the 'summer slide'

Graham's Lansingburgh Cafe is offering free breakfast to neighborhood kids, and the Troy library offers free events and summer programs to engage their minds. 


Deadly motorcycle crash under investigation in Hoosick

State police are investigating a deadly motorcycle crash.


Troy residents hope pool will be ready before summer ends

The South Troy pool is still closed as the city continues making repairs. So, will it open this summer? The city maintains it's making progress and hopes to open in the coming weeks.


Troy police search for assault suspects

Troy police are asking for your help identifying suspects in an assault.


Gunfire leaves Troy residents outraged

Residents in a Troy neighborhood are outraged after gunfire left bullet holes in the side of an apartment.


Troy police investigate five hold-ups in two days

Troy police are investigating five hold-ups in the city in the past two days. They believe the same person is responsible.


Proposal made to waive all fees for South Troy Pool and Boys and Girls Club

Troy's City Council President is proposing all fees for the South Troy Pool and the Troy Boys and Girls Club be waived for city residents. 


South Troy residents upset over mess July 4 revelers left behind

Residents of 4th Street in South Troy woke up July 5th to a mess left behind by July 4th revelers.


Exhibit looks at former RPI president's role in moon landing

We are approaching the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing. Former RPI President George Low was one of the key figures responsible for this historic accomplishment.


Troy opens splash pads to help residents cool off on the 4th

Repairs are still being made to the South Troy pool, and the Boys & Girls Club Pool, which has filled the gap for the community on nights and weekends, is closed for the 4th of July.


East Greenbush shop helps keep flags flying

In East Greenbush, it's a busy week at Gettysburg Flag Works.


Troy's Boys & Girls Club pool will open to the public

The Boys & Girls Club Pool in Troy will be open to the public free of charge beginning Tuesday.  


Man arrested in convenience store robberies spanning two counties

A man is under arrest after a robbery and chase investigation.


Corn crop down, prices up for 4th of July

We test the adage about corn crops "Knee High by the Fourth of July" and found it's not.


Free summer meal sites: find one close to you

Officials with the United Way of the Greater Capital Region say 230,000 free meals will be served across five counties as part of the summer meal program this year.


Troy council members revamp sanctuary city resolution

The debate over whether or not Troy should be a sanctuary city continues. It has been about seven months since the city council tabled the resolution on it.


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