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Albany Police arrest man on drugs, weapon charges after traffic stop.
During the stop, police say the front seat passenger, David Mathes, had a loaded .40 caliber handgun and 1.6 grams of crack cocaine in his possession.
Albany police charge 2 with gun crimes
Around 8 p.m. Tuesday, officers tried to stop Alvin Damon, 21, near Third Street and North Manning Boulevard in reference to an unspecified investigation. Damon led officers on brief foot chase before being arrested, police said. When officers searched Damon they found a loaded 9mm handgun, accordin
Watervliet father, son charged after cops find drugs and guns
Police Chief Mark Spain said in a news release that on Tuesday the department arrested Christian Leon-Roldan, 36, and his father Carlos Leon, 59, both of 2425 3rd Ave., rear building.
Mother, daughter die in Schoharie crash
A crash Monday afternoon in the Schoharie County town of Seward left two people dead.On Wednesday, state police at Latham released the identities of the passengers in the crash, which remains under investigation.
Two die in Schoharie County crash
A crash Monday afternoon in the Schoharie County town of Seward left two people dead.State police responded to a single-car crash on state Route 145 at about 3:30. An investigation determined that a 2004 Honda operated by a 16-year-old of Fort Plain was traveling south, crossed over the center line
Police: Man hit woman in Schenectady, endangered child
SCHENECTADY - An Albany man punched his ex-girlfriend earlier this month, causing their 14-month-old child to hit his face on a mailbox, authorities said.
Lawmakers struggle to wrap up 2018 session
"No deals yet, just trying to close down session," Senate Leader John Flanagan, R-Long Island, told reporters. "We should be talking about the package of school safety bills that we've done that has not been given the light of day or the time of day in the Assembly."
Police: Man broke another man's teeth in Schenectady assault
Steven Perry, 35, of Backus Street, faces one count of second-degree assault, a felony, and fourth-degree criminal possession of a weapon, a misdemeanor.
More officers on the streets following recent violence in Albany
To put this in perspective, the city averages 35 per year. If the trend continues, that number could significantly go up.
Guilderland middle school on lockout after bear sighting
School officials in Guilderland initiated a lockout at Farnsworth Middle School just after 1 p.m. after a bear was spotted in the area.School officials in Guilderland initiated a lockout at Farnsworth Middle School just after 1 p.m. on Tuesday after a bear was spotted on school grounds.The Guilderla
Cable Management System Market – Segment, Forecast, Analysis, Trends 2024
Albany, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 06/20/2018 --The advent of fiber-optic and coaxial cables has brought in rapid digitization across the world, leading to high utilization of wiring and cables in infrastructure as well as equipment. The humongous growth of information technology and the increasing number of
Keith Raniere officially denied bail
Judge denies bail for NXIVM founder Keith RaniereNXIVM suspending all operationsNXIVM: Creating a cult leaderTrial date set for Keith Raniere and Allison MackALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) - Court documents indicate that Keith Raniere has been "officially" denied bail.The judge says he believes Raniere would
Albany cop accused of violating an order of protection
Silver, who has been on the force for 10 years, was released on his own recognizance. The police department suspended him for 30 days.
New York News: New York Attorney General Underwood, MA AG Healey, We Will Sue Trump Administration Over Association Health Plans | STL.News
“Yesterday’s announcement by the Trump Administration to dramatically expand the footprint of Association Health Plans will invite fraud, mismanagement, and deception – and, as we’ve made clear, will do nothing to help ease the real healthcare challenges facing Americans. We believe the rule, as pro
New York's highest court rules for three-year statute of limitations in fraud case against Credit Suisse Securities
The Court of Appeals decided the main question of the case is whether allegations via the Martin Act include three- or six-year statute of limitation periods. It noted because the regulation in question goes beyond claims that one is liable and committed fraud, “we conclude that CPLR 214(2) — coveri
Man charged with rape in Schenectady
SCHENECTADY - A city man has been arrested, accused of raping someone from late May until last week, authorities said.
Two die in Tuesday crash in Schoharie County
Two passengers in the vehicle were pronounced dead at the scene, and the driver was taken to Albany Medical Center for treatment of his injuries, troopers said.
Court voids rules letting charter schools certify teachers
Opponents, including teachers unions and Education Commissioner MaryEllen Elia, said the regulations threatened to undercut the quality of teaching in SUNY-authorized charter schools.
Police: Poestenkill woman hit person with vehicle, left scene
NORTH GREENBUSH, N.Y. >> A Poestenkill woman was arrested after hitting a person with her vehicle Friday and leaving the scene, police said.
9 new Rockland restaurants to add to your list
Rockland is — dare we say — rocking it when it comes to the restaurant scene. In a short period of time, a host of new places have opened and more are to come. And we're not talking chains, but places owned by locals who have put their heart and soul — and elevated cuisine — front and center.