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Sanctuary city supporters hold vigil in Troy
TROY, N.Y. (WRGB) - Supporters of making Troy a sanctuary city held a vigil outside a campaign fundraiser for Mayor Patrick Madden on Monday. Last week, Madden opposed a resolution that would declare Troy a sanctuary city. City Council members tabled a vote on the issue.
Dog found in Troy responding well to treatment
TROY, N.Y (NEWS10) - Officials say an emaciated dog found in Troy last week is responding well to treatment. Police are continuing their investigation into who the owner may be.
What is Green Monday and where you can find the best deals?
ALBANY, NY - You've heard of Black Friday, Cyber Monday, Giving Tuesday, now enters Green Monday. It's a shopping holiday that was coined by the online retailer eBay.com ten years ago. The day is becoming more popular with shoppers in recent years as more people skip the holiday crowds and head onli
Man, 28, killed after shooting in Albany
A 28-year-old man has died after a shooting in Albany. Two people were shot around 7:50 p.m. Monday at the intersection of Second Street and Judson Street, according to police.
Kingdom Ministries to host its seventh annual Christmas Day community dinner
TROY, N.Y. – The seventh annual Christmas Day dinner and toy giveaway are being hosted this year at Christ Church United Methodist in downtown Troy. The dinner, which is expected to draw 200 people, also delivers 45 meals to the senior citizens complex at Burns Apartments. In addition, the event loo
Pit bull Luna's case playing a part in changing Troy's dangerous dog law
Luna the pit bull has had to stay at the Mohawk Hudson Humane Society during a battle for her life between her owner and the city of Troy. Luna was originally ordered to be euthanized after Troy police say she bit a neighbor's dog. Luna's attorney then appealed to county court.
Car flips over on busy Albany road
ALBANY - A car rolled over onto its roof on a busy Albany road. Albany police and firefighters were called to the rollover on Monday afternoon. The car ended up on Central near Watervliet Avenue, near Caffe Italia and the ShopRite gas station. Police say there are no reported injuries.
Abandoned dog from Troy on the mend
Police released new photos of the dog Monday. They say he's responding well to treatment. The dog was found near the basketball courts at Frear Park. A reward of $1,500 is now being offered for any info that helps find his owner. That includes $1,000 from the New York State Humane Association and $5
Foster Grandparent Program seek volunteers and donated holiday gifts
TROY, N.Y. — The Foster Grandparent Program through Commission on Economic Opportunity has been serving the community for over 40 years and they are always looking for more volunteers to give back to the communities they serve.
Four-vehicle crash after car flees traffic stop
COLONIE-- Five people are injured after a four vehicle crash. The accident shut down a section of Central Avenue near Dunning Avenue. Police tell us they had a car pulled over at Central and New Karner Before the driver took off at a high rate of speed without headlights on going westbound on Centra
Colonie Center Looking To Make Parking Spots Smaller
I have a Kia Forte, I don't mind. But I sure hope you don't own a Chevy Silverado. I'm sure you want quite a bit of context here correct? Well, here you go. Starbucks is looking to add a location at Colonie Center. This is cool I suppose. I tend to make my own coffee in the morning but I know people
3 Capital Region Locations Added To Register Of Historic Places
The Capital Region along with New York as a whole is so rich in national history. 3 local places are to be added to the historical register. It really doesn't matter the exact area. You could look in Troy, Albany or even out in Schoharie and find so many historical locations.
On this day in The Record: Dec. 10
Tuesday, Dec. 10, 1918. Lemuel Hurlbut, jr., a Troy post office worker for nearly 50 years, dies in the corridor of the post office building this afternoon, The Record reports.
Actor Kelsey Grammer visits Schenectady pub
SCHENECTADY, N.Y. (WRGB) – The Electric City had some star power this weekend. Emmy winner Kelsey Grammer, best known for roles on classic sitcoms like ‘Cheers’ and ‘Frasier,’ turned up at the Jay St. Pub in Schenectady on Saturday afternoon.
$1,500 reward now offered for info on abandoned Troy dog
A $1,500 reward is now offered for information leading to an arrest and conviction, after a poor dog was found abandoned in Troy. As NewsChannel 13 has been reporting, the malnourished dog was found Monday overnight in the area of the Frear Park basketball courts. He had no microchip or ID.
What went wrong? Man's decomposing body found in Troy transitional housing facility
TROY - What went wrong? A mother is demanding answers after she says her 27-year-old son's decomposing body was found inside his room at a transitional housing facility in Troy, more than a month after he arrived.
Police arrest Vermont man for Washington County burglaries
A Vermont man was arrested late Saturday for allegedly committing at least some of the recent home burglaries around Washington and Rensselaer counties, police said. Jeremy T. Joseph, 38, of North Clarendon, Vermont, was arrested after police dealt with two more home burglaries in the Salem area Sat
One suspect sought in Colonie multi-vehicle crash that injured several
COLONIE -- Police are looking for one person in connection with a crash on Central Avenue Saturday evening. Police say a marked patrol car stopped a 2006 Audi on Central Avenue near Karner Road at about 5:20 p.m., after the officer observed the car, with two occupants, passing a stop sign. While the
Albany mayor: 'Sanctuary city' status has made a difference
As of today, the city of Troy is "not" a "sanctuary" community, but it's certainly not for a lack of trying. NewsChannel 13 was there Friday night when the Troy City Council tabled a resolution that would have established sanctuary status. It's something the city of Albany has already done.
Marist women head to Princeton after beating Albany
Last week, Brian Giorgis proclaimed that it’s been a fun time for his Marist College women’s basketball team. And although the Red Foxes sustained a bump in the road in the form of a loss to Duke at Cameron Indoor Stadium the day after the coach made the statement, the good times got rolling again S