Cobleskill A teacher has bee placed on administrative leave in the Cobleskill-Richmondville School District. 05:04 PM
After years of fighting fires in Berkshire County, a Lanesborough volunteer fireman is now fighting his biggest battle yet.
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The man who pled guilty to murdering his mother and stepfather with a rock last month was sentenced Thursday. Karen Tararache was in Rensselaer County Court and has more.
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Differing Definitions of "Development" in Clifton Park
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As the Town of Clifton Park lays out its 'Town Center Plan,' one local developer is offering a different ideal. Geoff Redick reports. 05:24 PM
Busy Night for Fire Crews Across the Capital Region
Albany
Three fires in a span of 12 hours had fire crews on their toes overnight. Two of those fires ended with fatal results. Barry Wygel has the details. Updated 07:30 AM
Fit Kids February: U.S. Swimmer, Shaker HS Graduate Holds Swim Clinic
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Dyer is currently training for a shot at the U.S. Olympic team. 10:06 AM
Eric Frein Pleads Not Guilty to Murder, Terrorism Charges
Pennsylvania
Erin Frein was arraigned at the Pike County Courthouse via video from the county jail. 05:45 PM
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Fatal Schenectady Fire
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In October 2013, Governor Andrew Cuomo signed the Farm Cider Bill into law in New York State. It paved the way for cideries to have the same license that breweries, wineries and distilleries have. Nine Pin Cider Works was the first to be awarded a license, and is celebrating its first anniversary. Jon Dougherty goes inside in this week's Capital Region Business Beat. Updated 05:00 AM
Several Lawmakers Announce Plans to Run for Speaker
Albany
It's back to business as usual in Albany as lawmakers attempt to move past Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver's corruption scandal, as more information is coming out about possible replacements for Silver. Nick Reisman has more from the state Capitol. 01/28/2015 12:20 PM
After Silver, Who Will 'Speak' for Upstate?
Albany Capital Region
As the candidates jockey for Assembly Speaker, Upstate New York lawmakers and lobbies hope the new leader will look north of NYC. Geoff Redick reports. 01/28/2015 04:57 PM
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SCCC Holds Career Expo
Albany
Schenectady Community County College hosted a learning career expo Wednesday, complete with representatives from various businesses on hand to engage students in conversation and answer questions about their respective fields. But there was one more thing students got their hands on: a black jack table. Karen Tararache reports. 01/28/2015 04:57 PM
Man Indicted in Fatal Schenectady Shooting
Schenectady
Jamell Modest is facing murder, reckless endangerment, criminal possession and tampering with evidence charges. 01/28/2015 11:54 AM
Students Learn Fitness Tips at Siena Women's Basketball Game
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Nearly 2,000 local school children received fitness lessons Wednesday. They did so in a fun way, by going to a basketball game at Siena College. Madeleine Rivera has the story. 01/28/2015 06:21 PM