The bison are no longer roaming.
New documents released on the Schoharie limo crash investigation show DNA from a DOT sticker matches that of the operator of Prestige Limousine.
Nearly all of the bison who escaped from a farm in Schoharie County are back home.
A Schoharie woman is facing child endangerment charges.
Some bison that escaped a farm in Sharon Springs last month have been safely recovered.
It’s been a week since a herd of bison escaped in Schoharie and Otsego Counties, and they are still on the loose.
Police and state officials are still working to corral a herd of Bison that escaped in Schoharie County.
The problem of escaped bison continues for some local farmers and now federal agencies are getting involved. State police say the bison escaped from a farm in the town of Sharon, in Schoharie County.
An escaped herd of bison is roaming free in rural upstate New York, grazing in hay fields as the owner works with state police and the Department of Environmental Conservation on a roundup plan.
A herd of bison is roaming free after escaping from a farm in Sharon Springs, Schoharie County last week. The owner says he is working with state police on a plan to roundup the animals.
State Police released the preliminary investigation result for the deadly crash in Schoharie County.
One person is dead after a crash in Schoharie. It happened just before 8 a.m. Tuesday morning on Route 30, about a half-mile from where the deadly limousine crash happened last year.
State police have identified the victim in a Schoharie County homicide investigation. They say 50-year-old Timothy Oldorff of Cobleskill died after being shot in the back of his head.
A 50-year-old man is dead after being shot in the head in Cobleskill. A 17-year-old person is now facing charges.
Three men in Sharon Springs are facing charges in connection to a burglary complaint.
The wife of the driver in the Schoharie limo crash last year is facing charges.
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.
A big celebration takes place Saturday in North Blenheim, Schoharie County. It's the dedication and reopening of the Blenheim Bridge, called the "queen of covered bridges."
The attorney for the company involved in the Schoharie limo crash says limo company operator Nauman Hussain submitted a DNA sample a few days ago in the case.
NORTH BLENHEIM- City officials have announced the dedication and reopening of the historic Blenheim Bridge on Saturday.
The judge in the Schoharie limo case has ordered the operator of the limousine company, Nauman Hussain to submit a sample of his DNA as evidence.
The victim's name has been released in last Friday's deadly Schoharie County crash.
The owners of Beekman 1802, a locally based global beauty and lifestyle brand say they've experienced some surprising feedback after announcing a donation in honor of Pride Month.
One person is dead after a crash in Schoharie County.
Let's face it: college is costly, and there's no guarantee you'll get a job or earn enough to pay back your student loans.
Saturday dozens of community members gathered in River Link Park in Amsterdam to help raise money for the Reflections Memorial Site in Schoharie. When completed, the site will honor the 20 lives lost in the limo accident in October of 2018.
The students say they felt censored from asking certain questions about guns and abortion.
New court documents in the case of the Schoharie limousine crash show saliva could be a key to the prosecution's case.
The defense for Nauman Hussain was looking at the Schoharie limo wreckage for the first time on Thursday.
Attorney Lee Kindlon tells NewsChannel 13 he will finally get a look at the wreckage in the Schoharie limo crash this week.
Members of the New York state Senate are taking a close look at safety regulations for limousines and buses.
The defense in the Schoharie limo crash investigation has filed a demand for discovery in the case against Naumann Hussain, the limo operator involved in the deadly crash last October.
Another Capital Region BOCES student is competing to be the best in New York.
The ninth annual RecruitNY Campaign is held this weekend at more than 600 fire houses around the state including nearly 100 in the Capital Region.
NewsChannel 13 is learning more about the details outlined in a bail application related to the Schoharie crash
A fundraiser for the Schoharie Free Library is open for the first time in five years, the Schoharie Easter Egg Museum.
The business operator of Prestige Limo, the company involved in that deadly Schoharie crash six months ago, pleaded not guilty to the criminal charges against him late Wednesday afternoon. This was his first time 29-year-old Nauman Hussain appeared in front of a judge since a grand jury handed up 39 new criminal charges against him on Friday.
Nauman Hussain will be arraigned in Schoharie County Court on Wednesday.
The clerk of courts in Schoharie County confirms a 40-count criminal indictment has been handed up to Schoharie County Court Judge George Bartlett in relation to new charges being filed against Prestige Limousine operator Nauman Hussain.
There is new information on the deadly Schoharie limo crash that killed 20 people in the fall. The Times Union is reporting the driver of the vehicle had marijuana and traces of an anti-seizure medication in his system.
How comfortable would you be swimming in the Mohawk River? A comprehensive analysis of river contaminates might help you decide if you're ready to jump in the water.
A Cobleskill man is under arrest -- and it's all because the internet where he was living, stopped working.
A Schoharie County man is charged with distributing child pornography.
A retired Air Force law enforcement officer is still serving his country, but with a lens and some digital cards.
Hundreds of healthcare workers, organizations and emergency medical service personnel descended on the Capitol Tuesday morning as part of Healthcare Advocacy Day.
A response has been filed in relation to a civil lawsuit against Prestige Limousine owner and operator Shahed and Nauman Hussain. It’s in relation to the Schoharie limousine crash that happened last October.
A tractor-trailer rollover caused five homes to be evacuated Sunday. State Police told NewsChannel 13 that I-88 was closed between exits 22 and 23, but has reopened. The driver did not sustain any injuries. The incident remains under investigation.
Governor Andrew Cuomo has proposed a pilot program that would offer free childcare to up to 400 single parents pursuing their college degrees at certain community colleges. The Family Empowerment Community College Pilot Program is part of the 2019 Women's Justice Agenda Proposal.
A Colonie man was sent to the Schoharie County jail, after police say he was caught with more than a pound of marijuana in his car.
The NTSB released its preliminary report Monday afternoon on the devastating limousine crash that killed 20 people in Schoharie last fall.
Supplemental search warrant gives NYSP permission to take apart the transmission and torque converter from the stretch limousine. The vehicle was involved in a deadly crash October 6, 2018 killing twenty people.
A chimney fire left a family of three out of their home.
An agreement has been reached between the NTSB and Schoharie County's District Attorney in their investigation into the Schoharie limo crash.
NewsChannel 13 obtains letter from Schoharie Judge George Bartlett III announcing a conference January 29th to see if "common ground" can be worked out over access to the limousine involved in the Schoharie crash October 6, 2018 that killed 20 people.
The legal battle over access to the stretch limousine involved in the deadly October 2018 crash in Schoharie continues. Twenty people were killed.
State police have charged a man from Connecticut with arson, marijuana possession and possession of stolen property.
In his executive budget released on Tuesday, Governor Cuomo said he intends to make changes in the limousine industry.
Tension continues to build between the National Transportation Safety Board and the Schoharie County district attorney.
One day after Rep. Paul Tonko's office told NewsChannel 13 the NTSB will get to see the wreckage of the limousine involved in a crash that left 20 people dead, we track down the NTSB.
Federal investigators say they may recall employees furloughed under the government shutdown to start examining a limousine that crashed in upstate New York three months ago, killing 20 people.