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A teenager is killed when his truck goes off the road in Columbia County.
The gates opened up just before 7 a.m. at Saratoga Race Course. The race started for that perfect picnic table for opening day.
Teenagers took to the streets Saturday to voice their opinion on climate change.
Fans in the Spa City started lining up outside the gates shortly after midnight. Then, at 7 a.m. it was a mad dash to get that perfect picnic table.
We have all been to the track, sat at a picnic table and placed a few wagers. We know why it's special. However, it’s also a very special place for some of the people who work there too.
While everyone was busy handicapping the horses, NewsChannel 13 found the surest bet of the day, a Rochester couple getting married trackside before the race.
The key word on opening day is "tradition." It seems like everyone who comes through the gate has one.
BEIRUT (AP) A new group of rebels and their families began evacuating Saturday from the country's southwest, activists and Syrian media said, where the government has gained new ground in its ongoing offensive.
Maurice Rucker, 60, told NewsChannel 13 that last Thursday a customer started firing f-bombs at him and making racist comments.
A Troy man will spend 25 years behind bars for the homicide of a 1-year-old boy left in his care.