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Rep. Stefanik busy in re-election campaigns for herself and President Trump

Rep. Stefanik busy in re-election campaigns for herself and President Trump


Woman sentenced for role in Queensbury murder

Woman sentenced for role in Queensbury murder


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Glens Falls man accused of setting home on fire now charged with raping child

Trio charged in Queensbury attack

Jury convicts Glens Falls man after dog shooting, attempted burglary trial

Discussion on issues facing rural schools to be held in Warrensburg

Residents in rural communities will be able to voice their concerns about problems facing rural schools on Tuesday.          


Warren County changes medical providers at the county jail

Warren County has changed medical providers at the county jail.    


Glens Falls man accused in dog killing tells jury he was victim

If convicted, Joshua Marcantonio faces up to 15 years in prison.


High weekend winds cause power outages, damage in parts of Capital Region

Cleanup was underway in parts of Capital Region after heavy winds.


Trial postponed for Glens Falls man charged in dog's death

The Glens Falls man accused of shooting a house and killing a dog inside will have to wait until next week to learn his fate.


Dominican Republic man facing felony drug charges in Warren County out on bail

A man from the Dominican Republic arrested in September on felony drugs charges is now free on bail.


Man's killer back in court for sentence reconsideration

The former Glens Falls man, who was convicted of killing and robbing his friend, will be back in court after his murder conviction was overturned.    


Queensbury Taco Bell-Long John Silvers reopens following extensive renovation

The Taco Bell-Long John Silvers on Upper Glen Street in Queensbury reopened Wednesday after a complete remodel and renovation.


Hudson Falls man wanted on several charges found in North Carolina

Deputies convinced a man from Hudson Falls to come back to New York. Now he's facing a list of charges.


Defense attorney claims alleged victim shot and killed dog in Glens Falls

Joshua Marcantonio is being tried on eight counts this week in Warren County.


Student injured after Warren County school bus accident

One student was injured after a car rear-ended a stopped school bus, in Warren County.


Cuomo plans $9.4 million for Lake George water treatment plant

The Lake George wastewater treatment plant replacement project is getting a big financial boost.


Jury selection to begin in dog shooting trial

Jury selection is scheduled to begin on Monday in the trial of a Glens Falls man accused of shooting and killing a dog with a shotgun.    


LaFarr sworn in as Warren County Sheriff

Warren County has a new sheriff in town.


Rapist who tried to kill girl in Warren County eligible for parole

A Warren County man who raped and tried to kill a 12-year-old nearly 25 years ago is up for parole.


Hundreds of people take annual 'Polar Plunge' in Lake George

Every New Year's Day, hundreds of people go for a quick swim in Lake George.


Lake George Polar Plunge returns

The annual Lake George Polar Plunge returns on Wednesday.   


Two bodies found in rubble of burned Warrensburg home

Two people have been confirmed dead after a fire ripped through a home in Warrensburg.


Longtime hockey announcer being honored in North Country

The voice of local hockey in the North Country is finally being honored after more than two decades behind the microphone.


Queensbury man who lost excessive force trial seeks new one

The Queensbury man who lost a federal police brutality lawsuit earlier this year against the Warren County Sheriff's Office has filed a motion to get a new trial.


Man found dead at Northway rest area

Police are investigating the death of a man found in a vehicle at a Northway rest area.


Glens Falls city court judge seeks Warren County Judgeship

Glens Falls City Court Judge Gary Hobbs announced he will be running in the 2020 election for the position of Warren County and Surrogate Court Judge.


Friends offer $1,000 reward for info on Stony Creek assault

Friends of a bar owner in Stony Creek are offering a $1,000 reward for information on an attack earlier this month.


Salvation Army volunteers participate in '24-Hour Kettle-A-Thon'

Volunteers with the Salvation Army have been ringing bells for an entire day to raise money for local families in need this holiday season.


Police seek second vehicle in deadly Warren County crash

Police have identified the victim and driver involved in a deadly Queensbury crash.


Suspect sought in Lake George gas station robbery

Investigators are looking for a man who robbed a Lake George gas station.


24-hour bell ringing kicks off in Glens Falls

Another 24-hours of bell ringing kicks off on Monday in Glens Falls.     


Infant seriously injured at Queensbury apartment complex

State police are investigating after a four-month-old boy from Warren County was seriously injured.


FEMA approves NY disaster declaration after Halloween storm

Eighteen New York state counties are one step closer to getting federal funding to help recover from severe storms and flash flooding on Halloween and the day after.


Queensbury woman hopes to return found letters to family of WWII soldier

Rachel Seeber-Conine of Queensbury is hoping to return hundreds of letters to the family of a World War II soldier.


Man accused of shooting dog rejects plea offer

The Glens Falls man accused of shooting and killing a dog with a shotgun has rejected a new plea offer.    


Police: Woman on wrong side of Northway was nearly 3x too drunk to drive

The Warren County Sheriff tells NewsChannel 13 a woman's blood alcohol content was nearly three times the legal limit when she was caught driving on the wrong side of the Northway.


Capital Region rallies show support and opposition to impeachment

On the eve of Wednesday's impeachment vote, rallies were being held across the country and right here in the Capital Region.


Glens Falls diner is big donor to 'Operation Santa Claus'

Sam's Diner in Glens Falls has donated more than $50,000 to "Operation Santa Claus" this year.


Theft and fraud case of former Lake George environmental leader headed to trial

The man accused of stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars from a Lake George-area environmental group maintained his innocence as a pre-trial hearing was held.


DOJ and EPA settle with Lehigh Cement

The Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Justice have reached a settlement with the Lehigh Cement Company.


Georgia men sentenced in counterfeit check scheme tied to Capital Region

Two Georgia men are sentenced to time in prison for making counterfeit checks, then cashing them at banks in Saratoga and Warren counties.


Company stuffs hundreds of Build-A-Bears for kids in Capital Region hospitals

A local company is making sure kids who spend the holiday season in the hospital have a fuzzy friend to help get them through it.


Kindness is more than a closet in South Glens Falls

The Kindness Closet opens its new location this week on the property of Tanglewood Elementary.


State Senator Betty Little announces retirement after ninth term

State Senator Betty Little announced her planned retirement from politics on Thursday.   


Glens Falls man accused of sexually abusing young girl rejects plea offer

A Glens Falls man accused of raping and sexually abusing a young girl over an eight-year period will stand trial early next year.


Texas pipe manufacturer offered tax incentives to locate in Fort Edward

A Texas-based pipe maker wants to locate in a former GE dredging-related facility in Fort Edward.


Dozens were given lease violations for Christmas lights

Dozens of people who hung Christmas lights this weekend just found themselves in trouble with their landlord.    


Glens Falls-area homeless and impoverished helped by Open Door

The Open Door Mission aims to be the full-service spot for people in need.


Woman accused of pellet gun threat in Glens Falls

A North Country woman is in some trouble after police say she threatened people at a coffee shop with a gun.


Woman arrested for allegedly making a gun threat at coffee shop

A woman is accused of threatening people at a coffee shop with a gun in Warren County.      


Warren County plow truck accident leaves nine-year-old injured

The Warren County Sheriff's office responded to a crash that left a nine-year-old hurt on Sunday.    


Cuomo seeks federal disaster funds for Oct. 31 storm

Gov. Andrew Cuomo is calling for federal funding to help New York communities recover from Halloween storms packing strong winds, heavy rain and flash flooding.


Warren County man charged in domestic dispute

A Warren County man is facing charges in a domestic dispute.


Warren County Sheriff-elect faces controversy over potential nepotism

The Warren County Sheriff-elect, Jim LaFarr, is caught in the middle of a controversy surrounding potential nepotism.  


Woman pleads guilty to hindering prosecution in Queensbury stabbing case

Ashley Bell pleaded guilty in court on Friday to one count of hindering prosecution.


Elvis artist hopes Saratoga Springs will be 'all shook up' over inaugural festival

Saratoga Springs will host an Elvis-themed festival December 14 and 15.


Opposition over placement of new Great Escape ride "Adirondack Outlaw"

The Great Escape amusement park is planning to install a huge new ride ahead of the 2020 season.


"Screech" attends premiere of short film shot in Adirondack Region

Several films that were shot in Upstate New York were shown to the public in Glens Falls on Thursday evening.


Gobble! Gobble! Turkey Giveaway!

Local business owner to give out free turkeys.


Race for the 21st Congressional District heats up in Northern New York

Democrat Tedra Cobb was officially kicking off her campaign in the Capital Region on Tuesday.


Infrastructure upgrades improve business at Queensbury ski area

Annual visitors to West Mountain have doubled since the current owners took it over in 2013.


Twitter followers, cash flowing in NY21

Ever since Rep. Elise Stefanik (R - Schuylerville) began appearing on national television at the impeachment hearings, Twitter followers have increasing exponentially and cash has been flowing in to her campaign war chest and into the coffer of Democratic challenger Tedra Cobb.


NYC pair face drug charges after Queensbury traffic stop

A traffic stop in Queensbury ends with two men facing drug charges.


Snow delays road repairs in part of Warren County

Road repairs in parts of Warren County are at a standstill. A second round of November snowfall is causing problems for crews.


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