The NTSB says it can't delay the investigation into the deadly Schoharie crash any longer.
Students at Capital Region BOCES work on making gingerbread houses from scratch.
Donna Rivenburg says what happened back in early October should never have happened. Through tears, sadness and determination, she's trying to make sure it never happens again.
A Cobleskill family with seven children lost their home in a fire. Christy Wade says she's overwhelmed by the generosity of friends and strangers alike. We were there for a special delivery from the Albany County Sheriff's Department.
Cobleskill police were dispatched to the local Walmart on Tuesday. However, they weren't there to investigate any crimes. They were taking part in the program, "Shop with a Cop."
The blaze began as a chimney fire before spreading to the entire home.
There are 32 snowmen lining Main Street in Middleburgh to boost business during the holiday season.
A man from Central Bridge was found guilty of manslaughter on Thursday.
A Cobleskill man is in the Schoharie County Jail, accused of attacking another man with a meat cleaver.
The family of Amanda Rivenburg is moving forward with another lawsuit -- this time saying the state holds some responsibility for the October 6 limo crash in Schoharie.
NewsChannel 13 continues to push police for updates on the deadly limousine crash in Schoharie back in October.
New information in the investigation of the limo crash in Schoharie shows the limo company skirted inspection laws multiple times, the Department of Transportation saying this helped secure negligent homicide charges against Naumann Hussain. Eighteen people in the limo and two pedestrians were killed in the crash on October 6, 2018.
The first lawsuit stemming from the horrific limousine crash in Schoharie has been filed. Amanda Rivenburg, 29, was in the limousine when it crashed on October 6, killing all 18 people onboard and two pedestrians.
26-year old Gerard Roldan III, of Cobleskill, was struck and killed by a Cobleskill police squad car Friday night when, according to police, he stepped out onto East Main Street into the path of a cruiser pursuing a reckless driver.
In an interview initially done live on Facebook, NewsChannel 13's Benita Zahn speaks with Congressman-elect Antonio Delgado.
Two suspicious deaths are under investigation in Schoharie County.
Democrat Antonio Delgado has ousted freshman Republican U.S. Rep. John Faso in a swing district in New York's Hudson Valley.
The Rotterdam Little League ends their season by giving a donation to first responders from the Scho-Wright Ambulance service. They say they felt they had to donate after the accident took the lives of 20 victims earlier in October.
A benefit on Sunday will help the families and first responders of the deadly limousine crash in Schoharie.
A Cobleskill man was scheduled to be arraigned on child porn charges Tuesday afternoon.
Nauman Hussain was due to appear in court Tuesday evening, but his defense attorney says that appearance has been waived. Attorney Lee Kindlon told us this morning the "case was waived out of local court for grand jury review."
Two weeks from Election Day and the race in the 19th Congressional District is about as close at it can be.
NewsChannel 13 is partnered with WAMC to air a debate between the candidates in the 19th Congressional District on Monday afternoon.
State police now say blunt force trauma was the cause of death for all 20 victims in the Schoharie limousine crash.
Federal safety investigators have been unable to conduct a full examination of the limousine involved in a crash that killed 20 people nearly two weeks ago in upstate New York because local prosecutors are probing it as part of their case against the limo company's operator.
A man who works with kids as an assistant scoutmaster in Esperance is facing child pornography charges.
Nearly two weeks after the tragic limousine crash in Schoharie County, there are more calls to implement new federal safety regulations for stretch limos.
Family and friends were gathering Wednesday evening to remember one of the victims of the deadly limousine crash in Schoharie.
The Schaghticoke community is coming together to honor the lives lost in Schoharie. Balloons were released at a soccer game on Monday as the latest tribute for the victims.
Communities across the Capital Region continue to honor and remember victims of the crash. Services for at least 9 of those victims were held on Saturday.
One by one the names of all 20 victims of the Schoharie limo crash were said before the Amsterdam varsity football game on Friday night.
More than $500 was raised by a local business in Howes Cave to help Schoharie's first responders.
Rubbin Butts and Serious Brewery in Howe's Cave hosted a fundraiser for Schoharie County first responders on Thursday. They say coming from families of first responders they know how hard coping can be.
While the operator of the limo company involved in the deadly Schoharie crash is free on bail, the investigation by police continues.
State police say they are investigating a suspicious death at the Crest Inn and Suites on Route 9 in Wilton.
NewsChannel 13 is learning even more about the operator of the limo company who was charged with criminally negligent homicide on Wednesday.
Nauman Hussain is charged with criminally negligent homicide. He was taken into custody during a traffic stop on I-787 in Watervliet on Wednesday. He pleaded not guilty.
About 1,000 community members, first responders and family members of the victims gathered at the Schoharie Central High School for a vigil Wednesday night.
One local car service company says he might lose his business after the crash.
Victims' families and first responders will be among those gathered at the Schoharie Central School District tonight.
Harry Oettinger has been volunteering with the American Red Cross since 2005. Less than 24 hours after getting a call his help would be needed in Florida as Hurricane Michael hits the Panhandle, Oettinger was checking in for his flight from Albany to Orlando.
Sage College of Albany says one of the victims in Saturday's tragic Schoharie limo crash, Shane McGowan, graduated from there in 2011.
New details are emerging about the driving record of the man operating the SUV limousine that crashed in Schoharie killing 20 people.
The stretch limousine involved in Saturday's horrific crash in Schoharie County had 14 violations cited on an inspection report done 32 days before the deadly accident.
Lots of counseling services are being offered to friends and family of the 20 victims killed in Saturday's crash.
The autopsies on the victims of the limousine crash in Schoharie have been completed. State police are expected to announce the results and officially release the names of the victims in the near future.
There is now a cross for each life lost in front of the Apple Barrel in Schoharie – the site of Saturday's deadly crash. It's part of a memorial to honor the 20 people who lost their lives.
There are reports that the victims may have been concerned by the condition of the limousine. The New York Times reports one of the victims sent a text to a friend saying, "the motor is making everyone deaf."
Family members identify the man driving the limo that crashed in Schoharie over the weekend as 53-year-old Scott Lisinicchia. He was also killed in the crash.
State police have released the names of all the victims in the Schoharie limousine crash.
Andrew LaRose and his wife say their experience with Prestige Limousine was a nightmare from start to finish.
Many of the 20 victims killed in Saturday's crash in Schoharie were from the Amsterdam area. One of them was a teacher at the school.
Gov. Cuomo says the vehicle involved in Saturday's deadly Schoharie crash never had federal certification and failed an inspection last month. The driver also didn't have an appropriate license.
Many members of the Schoharie community say the intersection of Routes 30 and 30A has long been an issue.
There are still many unanswered questions about what caused the deadly crash in Schoharie.
The NTSB says what they have been able to determine is that there was high-energy impact of the limousine. When pressed as to whether or not that meant excessive speed, they would not confirm that.
Incidents like this weekend's limo crash can have a lasting impact on first responders. That's why critical incident support teams are so valuable. They work with the first responders in a confidential setting so they can discuss what they saw and how they're feeling.
The tragedy in Schoharie is raising questions about limo safety standards and regulations for the industry.
State police are offering help to family members still trying to grasp what happened in Schoharie.
After hearing 20 people died in an accident on Route 30 on Saturday, several people who were there moments after it happened say they're counting their blessings.