Shooting in Troy under investigation

Shooting in Troy under investigation

Residents in Troy complain that trash is piling up

Residents in Troy complain that trash is piling up

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Troy woman gets help in her cancer battle

Lansingburgh bank robbery under investigation

Victim of Troy homicide identified

Lansingburgh homicide leaves quiet community on edge

A 19-year-old African-American woman was shot dead at the corner of 4th Avenue and 111th Street Tuesday morning. Right now, police don't think the crime was random.

Police investigating possible homicide in Troy

The body of female found in road in Lansingburgh shortly before 4 a.m.

MyPayrollHR victim finds recipe to help others

Melanie O'Malley, the owner of O'Malley's Oven, one of thousands of companies nationwide that fell victim to the MyPayrollHR swindle, has set up a Facebook site to help other victims.

Rensselaer County man's guns removed over 'Red Flag' law

A Rensselaer County man's guns have been removed under New York's new "Red Flag Law."

Computer whiz: Next payroll scheme likely being planned

A local computer security expert says the next payroll computer heist (after MyPayrollHR) is likely already being planned.

Troy police investigate bank robbery

Police in Troy are investigating a bank robbery.

Partnership aims for better communication to help fight opioid crisis

A local insurance company is partnering with Averill Park schools to help fight the opioid epidemic.

Police: Rensselaer woman tried renting out home she didn't own

A Rensselaer woman is under arrest accused in a rental scam.

Plaque in Rensselaer honors first Grand Slam in MLB history

The first Grand Slam ever recorded by Major League Baseball took place on this date in 1881.

Troy mayoral debate discusses South Troy Pool and shooting investigation

Troy Mayor Patrick Madden faced off against his two challengers in Lansingburgh Tuesday. 

Rensselaer County Legislature passes resolution opposing Cuomo's license plate exchange program

Tuesday night the Rensselaer County Legislature unanimously passed a resolution opposing the proposed fees associated with Governor Andrew Cuomo’s mandatory license plate exchange program.  

Rensselaer County Legislature urges NY to ban Styrofoam food and drink containers

Tuesday night the Rensselaer County Legislature unanimously passed a resolution that urges New York State to ban polystyrene foam for use of food and drink containers.

Reward offered in theft of catalytic converters from Pittstown business

Someone has stolen catalytic converters from Upstate Auto Sales three times in the last week.  The thief was caught on surveillance video. 

Rensselaer County Legislature may push for state Styrofoam ban

The Rensselaer County Legislature will consider urging the state to ban Styrofoam.

Husband, wife honored together at Rensselaer County Honor-a-Deceased-Veteran ceremony

Monthly Honor A Deceased Veteran ceremony in Rensselaer County marks service to Andy and Gloria Dolan.

"Baseball bat bandit" pleads guilty

Darren French was caught on video fighting a store clerk at the Congress Street Market.

Storms looked at as possible cause of multiple Hoosick Falls fires

Wednesday's storms are to blame for several house fires in Hoosick Falls.

Troy police investigating incident on Fifth Avenue

Troy Police are investigating an incident near 61 Fifth Avenue. 

Man charged for allegedly choking woman and pushing her out apartment

Police arrested a man allegedly involved in a domestic incident Friday night. 

New docs: Mounting frustration over Troy parking garage issues for months

13 Investigates has obtained more than 100 pages of records from the New York State Office of General Services that appear to show ongoing concerns at the Uncle Sam Parking Garage in Troy dating back to March of 2019. The documents contain emails, pictures, and a structural assessment report on the garage in question from 2016.

South Troy Pool to stay closed for rest of summer

It's the homestretch of summer and now NewsChannel 13 has learned the shuttered South Troy Pool will stay closed this summer.

Police searching for driver after fiery crash in Speigletown

Driver in early morning crash runs off after being pulled from his burning car in Rensselaer County on Thursday.

South Troy pool remains closed as Labor Day quickly approaches

The swimming pool in South Troy remains closed as we head into Labor Day weekend.

Three fairs open heading into Labor Day Weekend

It's a busy week for fairs in the Capital Region: 178th Fonda Fair, 179th Columbia County Fair and 200th Schaghticoke Fair all featuring fine fair fun.

Pair arrested in Lansingburgh drug bust

A drug bust leads to two arrests in Lansingburgh.

Former Army National Guard helicopter pilot sentenced for child pornography

A former helicopter pilot with the Army National Guard is sentenced to five years behind bars for child pornography.

Rensselaer cancels varsity football due to lack of players

Just over a week before the school year is set to begin, the Rensselaer School District announced it is canceling the 2019 varsity football season because they don't have enough players.

Troy police searching for Saturday night shooting suspect

More gunfire continues to rattle the city. 

Troy police investigating early morning shooting

Police are investigating a shooting in the city's north end. 

Protestors demand justice for Edson Thevenin

People in Troy are calling for accountability from the police department. They say the fatal shooting of Edson Thevenin by Sergeant Randall French in April of 2016 was a murder.

Cleanup continues after Troy flooding

Part of downtown Troy were underwater from the heavy rain.

Warning issued about rabid cat in Rensselaer County

The Rensselaer County Department of Health is putting out a warning about a rabid cat.

Buddies on a summer 'row' trip

We got a call telling us a longtime group of friends had an idea: row from Waterford to New York City. This is the summer.

Commemorating the Battle of Bennington

Townsfolk turned out in period costume Friday night on a hallowed battlefield in Rensselaer County to commemorate the 242nd anniversary of the Battle of Bennington.

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

Severe storms rocked parts of the Capital Region on Thursday evening.

Troy crews work to repair broken gas main

Crews continue to repair a broken gas main in Troy.

Pool upgrades and outlooks as season closes down

Deadline for new designs of Lincoln Park pool, work goes on in South Troy, Colonie extends time at its complex

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.

Two people arrested in Troy raid

Troy police arrested two people after an early morning raid.

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.

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

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

Severe weather pummels Capital Region

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

Still no opening date for South Troy pool

Work continues on the shuttered South Troy pool.

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.

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.

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.

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.