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One hurt, one arrested in possible early-morning stabbing
According to our media partners at the Daily Gazette, the incident happened on Wing Avenue in Schenectady's Mont Pleasant neighborhood shortly after 2:30 AM. They report that one woman possibly stabbed another in the chest, and that another woman has been arrested by police.
Petersburgh PFOA case certified as class action lawsuit
Photo: Lori Van BurenBuy photoExterior of the plastics company Taconic on Friday, Feb. 26, 2016 in Petersburgh, N.Y. (Lori Van Buren / Times Union)
Secret note revealed in death of killer
X-Ray of Gary Evans' head which shows the handcuff key which he kept in his nasal cavity Wednesday, June 1, 2005. (Times Union archive)
Former Cohoes little league coach pleads guilty to child pornography charges
He pleaded guilty to two counts of Sexual Exploitation of a Child, six counts of Distribution of Child Pornography, and one count of Possession of Child Pornography. The counts have varying penalties ranging from five to 30 years in prison.
Four more people shot in Albany overnight
Just one day after a man was shot and killed for trying to break up a fight in Albany, police are investigating four more shootings. However, at this time police say it is unknown whether these latest shootings are related to the death of Elijah Cancer on Teunis Street, or other shooting incidents o
Police: Saratoga Springs woman charged with arson, accused of setting truck on fire
SARATOGA SPRINGS, NY (WRGB) Police say a Saratoga Springs woman has been charged with setting a truck on fire.Police say they responded to a vehicle that was on fire on Monday morning at around 2:40 AM at the Gaslight Square Apartments.After fire crews extinguished the fire, officials say the damage
Cunnity rallies after uptick in violnce in Albany
Albany, N.Y. (NEWS 10) -Emotions are running high across the City of Albany after the recent uptick in violence, so on Sunday afternoon the community came together at Arbor Hill Park to vent and try to find some answers.
Traffic stop leads to felony charges
Ryan J. Gates, 27, was pulled over around 9:30 p.m., and found to be intoxicated and driving with a suspended or revoked license, the State Police public information website showed.
Albany Police investigating deadly shooting on Teunis Street
ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) -- - Albany Police say two men were shot, one of whom later died, after they became involved in a large altercation on Teunis Street early Saturday morning. Police say the victims may have been trying to break up the fight.
A new home for Pownal meetings?
Perpendicular to where long tables lined with pink tablecloths and refreshments stretched out, Lampman remembers rows of desks. Blackboards used to cover the wall now home to the kitchen sink and cupboards. The walls weren't mint green, but the gridded white tin ceiling hasn't changed.
Two men shot, one dies while breaking up fight in Albany
"We need people to speak up, they can call the police and we need to get people off the streets that are deciding to fire guns at us,” says Steve Smith of Albany Police.
Police: Man surrenders after brief standoff in Schenectady
The man was taken into custody shortly after 1 p.m. at an apartment on Ostrander Place, near the intersection with Chrisler Avenue, and placed in a patrol car. Police appeared to then go in and clear the residence.
Valdez, Celestino lead Tri-City to 7-3 win over Aberdeen
TROY, N.Y. (AP) -- Enmanuel Valdez hit a two-run homer in the third inning, and Gilberto Celestino singled three times as the Tri-City ValleyCats topped the Aberdeen IronBirds 7-3 on Sunday.
Police: Woman Struck Officer With Vehicle After Shoplifting
As the officer approached the woman, she entered her vehicle and struck the officer, who was later treated for a knee injury and released. The suspect faces several charges including felony counts of Assault in the Second Degree and Reckless Endangerment in the First Degree.