Our world hasn't gotten back to normal yet. However, that hasn't stopped women from moving forward and trying their hands at things they might not have done if this year hadn't been so challenging.
Income inequality can do more than just determine where you live and what you're able to afford. It can also impact the decisions you make, and the consequences of bad decisions can last a lifetime.
NewsChannel 13 first introduced you to Bridget Singh-Liebson in 2017. A native of Guyana, she dreamt of coming to the United States, and her dream came true.
If you've never heard of a social architect, meet Aida Ayuk. The third-year architecture student from RPI, who lives in the DC area, believes in building and repurposing buildings to change people's lives.
October is "National Domestic Violence Awareness Month." According to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, nearly 20 people per minute on average are physically abused by an intimate partner in the United States.
As the Director of Disaster and Community Services for Catholic Charities, Wilhelmina Murray-Davis has witnessed what happens to people following a major disaster.
Tyresha Moncrieffe has fond memories of being a kid and enjoying hula-hooping. However, it was something she thought was just child's play. Fast-forward to today, and she's back to hula-hooping. Now her hoops have weights in them, and she's loving it even more.
When CDTA recognized people in the community who have worked hard on behalf of others, Sirena Cordova was one of the recipients of the award, and it's easy to see why.
Nzinga Braswell was a teenager when she left Albany to move to Atlanta. Now at 21, she's an entrepreneur and teaching us all a lesson on how to live your dreams.
At a time when parents are worried about their kids' education because of hybrid learning, remote learning, and especially in-person learning because of the pandemic, two women continue their work of helping all kids become better readers.
Realizing some seniors were concerned about venturing out to the grocery store during the pandemic, Vicki Hillis, the Director of Human Services at Glenville Senior Center, put together a group of grocery shopping volunteers. She got 60 of them in two days.
Janet Tanguay has helped dozens of women accomplish their dreams of entrepreneurship for years. Then the phrase "put your money where your mouth is" started to apply to her.
Kerry Lawson honored this nation by serving in the Air Force. Now she is honoring those taking their final rest by making sure they get the send-off they deserve.
Jennifer Martin worked in the field of medicine for much of her career. However, having to be on the other side as a patient was overwhelming.
Jill McManus is a renaissance woman, having accomplished many things and living her dreams. However, the things she's succeeded in she did so after being told she couldn't.
A Capital Region woman will soon be opening her first restaurant in her hometown of Schaghticoke. NewsChannel 13’s Today’s Woman has been making people happy, by way of her cooking, since she was a teenager.
A local woman is giving soul food a tropical flair. It's the perfect combination at her Albany restaurant.
New York in 2019 became the second state to ban discrimination based on natural hairstyles. Those laws pertain particularly to blacks who have been discriminated against in the workplace based on their hair texture and styles such as braids and cornrows.
When the pandemic hit, it wasn't just local businesses that were affected. For one business, a group of women a continent away are also feeling the pinch as our economy takes a tumble.
Growing up being called the "weird girl" was pretty common for Chantelleigh Graham.