Albany Time Warner Cable News continues to follow this massive winter storm as the snow starts to fall in the Capital Region and the salt trucks and plows are out in full force. Barry Wygel has more from Albany. 06:49 AM
Spokesperson Doug Myers says there will be limited service at the airport Tuesday.
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New York State Assembly members met late Monday to determine the next step after Sheldon Silver's arrest. They asked him to step down.
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Winter Storm Impacts Capital Region Travel
Albany Capital Region
The heaviest snowfall wasn't expected until late Monday and early Tuesday, but as Time Warner Cable News reporter Matt Hunter explains, the winter storm had an impact on local travel as early as Monday morning. 01/26/2015 05:17 PM
Snow Emergency Declared in Albany
Albany
This blast of winter weather has prompted many cities in the Capital Region to declare a snow emergency ahead of the storm. Time Warner Cable News reporter Karen Tararache has more on what's being done in Albany, and how the Red Cross is working to keep people safe. 01/26/2015 05:02 PM
Capital Region Snow Emergencies in Effect
Albany Capital Region
Some places in the Capital Region have declared a snow emergency because of the expected snow storm. 01/26/2015 08:32 AM
New York Braces for Major Winter Storm
New York State
Gov. Cuomo said the state emergency operations center is now active because of the snow storm, and motorists should check road conditions before heading out. 01/26/2015 07:22 AM
Highlights from the 2015 Detroit Auto Show
National Auto Show
Our Ed Keiner shares some of his favorite highlights from this year's 2015 North American International Auto Show.
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Department of Transportation Crews Prepare for Snow Removal
Latham
Crews with the Department of Transportation are preparing to hit the roads during the snow storm. Barry Wygel has more from Latham. 01/26/2015 02:36 PM
Silver to Retain Speaker Title, But Cede Control to 5 Members
New York City
A spokesman for the speaker said Silver will not be relinquishing his title. Updated 01/26/2015 04:32 PM
Troy City Council Releases Report on Controversial Demolitions
Troy
Troy City Council has released a report regarding its findings in the 2013 demolitions at King Street and the former King Fuels site. Emily DeFeciani has more. 01/26/2015 06:12 PM
Veterans Learn How to Start a Business
Watervliet
Veterans face all types of challenges when returning from active duty, including finding a job. It increases when they want to start a business. A program this week is helping 30 local vets with just that. Jon Dougherty has more on 'Boots to Business: Reboot.' 01/26/2015 04:28 PM
Cancer Strikes Unborn Child, Young Capital Region Family
Watervliet
A Capital Region community rallies around a boy fighting a rare form of cancer. And as Madeleine Rivera reports, many people were there to help -- without even having met the little boy yet. 01/26/2015 08:55 AM
Sign Up Here for Emergency Alerts from the Albany County Sheriff
Albany
With snow on the way, a reminder from the Albany County Sheriff's Office: Now is a good time to sign up for emergency alerts with the recently upgraded emergency Mass Notification System. 01/25/2015 06:06 PM
Firefighters Practice Ice Rescues in Rensselaer County
East Greenbush
Local firefighters faced a different set of elements Sunday, practicing techniques in an ice rescue workshop. Our Emily DeFeciani was there and has more. 01/25/2015 04:44 PM
Early Morning Mobile Home Fire Kills Halfmoon Woman
Saratoga County
A early morning mobile home fire is responsible for the death of a Halfmoon woman. Jim Vasil has the latest. Updated 01/24/2015 05:45 PM
Sports Fans Gearing Up for Super Bowl Sunday Take Advantage of TV Sales
New York State
Consumer Reports recommends a screen 50 inches or larger for a Super Bowl party. 01/24/2015 02:56 PM
New Analysis Shows E-Cigarettes Might be More Harmful than Cigarettes
Endicott
A study published this week says a popular alternative to the conventional cigarette might not really be better for people. The analysis of e-cigarettes shows exposure to one gas known to cause cancer, could be five to 15 times higher than smoking cigarettes. Emily Lorsch has more on how people are reacting to this research. Updated 01/24/2015 04:30 PM