Schenectady Sixty people are homeless after a massive fire ripped thorough several buildings on Jay Street in Schenectady. It sent three people to the hospital. Polie say more than one person is still unaccounted for. Time Warner Cable News reporter Katie Eastman has more. 10:00 PM
The community is rallying together to help an 11-year-old boy diagnosed with a rare disease that's caused his legs to be different lengths. Time Warner Cable News reporter Tanja Rekhi has more.
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By a 2-1 margin, SUNY's Charter School Committee effectively voted to close Albany's Brighter Choice Middle Schools for boys and girls. Geoff Redick reports.
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Students Aim to Break Record at South High Marathon Dance
South Glens Falls
Students at South Glens Falls High School hope to break last year's fundraising record in Friday's Marathon Dance. 03:13 PM
Fire Nearly Destroys Building in Bethlehem Industrial Park
Albany County
Crews battled a massive fire Thursday night at the Bethlehem Industrial Park. Time Warner Cable News reporter Emily DeFeciani has more. 10:15 PM
Boyfriend of Deceased Toddler's Mother Arraigned on Drug Charges
Fort Edward
Two days after 1-year-old Kayleigh Cassell was laid to rest, her mother's boyfriend, Joshua Bennett, is arraigned on four drug-related charges in Washington County Court. As Matt Hunter reports, with the child's cause of death still undetermined, authorities are not labeling the man a suspect. 02:31 PM
Funeral Services Scheduled for Cardinal Egan
Manhattan
Funeral services have been scheduled for next week for Cardinal Edward Egan, who passed away Thursday. 03:45 PM
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Gov. Cuomo Pushes Minimum Wage Increase
Albany
Governor Andrew Cuomo's public appearances this week have focused on the issue of minimum wage in New York State. He's calling for an increase- and he's getting a lot of support for his plan. But it's not something he's always shown a lot of support for in the past. Nick Reisman explains. 09:24 PM
Syracuse University NCAA Investigation: Boeheim Suspended 9 Games, Team to Lose Scholarships
Syracuse
Syracuse men's basketball coach Jim Boeheim faces a nine-game suspension, the team will lose three scholarships per season for the next four years and the team will be on probation for five years, as per a long-awaited NCAA report released Friday. Updated 09:15 PM
Soldier On Opens Transportation Call Center For Vets
Pittsfield
Soldier On in Pittsfield is known for providing shelter to homeless veterans, but as Jim Vasil explains, they've introduced another way to give back to those who have served. 06:00 PM
60 People Homeless After Schenectady Fire
Schenectady
Police are investigating the cause of a massive fire that broke out in Schenectady early Friday morning. Sixty residents were affected. Madeleine Rivera has more. 04:56 PM
One Person Unaccounted for Following Jay Street Fire in Schenectady
Schenectady
Fire crews believe one person remains unaccounted for after a fire Jay Street Friday, with several others in the hospital. Barry Wygel has more. 04:00 PM
SU Fans React to NCAA Sanctions
Syracuse
Syracuse University fans say they are concerned about the future of the men's basketball program, but are trying to remain positive after the NCAA slapped coach Jim Boeheim's program with sanctions. Updated 04:55 PM
Glens Falls Civic Center Officials Hope to Open Next Week
Glens Falls
Glens Falls officials say an engineer has found no evidence of structural issues with the civic center after part of the facade fell off on Wednesday. 08:13 AM
Crews Battle Massive Warehouse Fire in Selkirk
Albany County
Fire crews are on the scene of a massive fire in Selkirk. It broke out around 9:30 p.m. at 1521 Route 9W. Time Warner Cable News reporter Katie Eastman has the details. 03/05/2015 10:40 PM
Troy Passes Resolution to Help Residents Impacted by Frozen Water Lines
Troy
The City of Troy is responding to claims that it's not doing enough to help dozens of residents affected by frozen water lines. Some people in the city have been without running water for more than a week. Time Warner Cable News reporter Katie Eastman spoke to residents about action taken Thursday by the city council to help. 03/05/2015 10:00 PM
Sonic Celebrates First of Several Locations in Capital Region
Latham
A fast food chain long-rumored to be coming to the Capital Region is officially slated to open this spring. Madeleine Rivera has more on Sonic's plans to expand in the area. 03/05/2015 08:00 PM
Education Reforms Don't Fit Into Usual Political Boxes
Albany
Every spring in Albany, there's a battle over the budget at the capitol, but a new twist this year is Governor Andrew Cuomo's education reform agenda. Capital Tonight's Nick Reisman has more. 03/05/2015 07:00 PM
Travelers Diverted to Albany International Airport After LaGuardia Accident
Colonie
After a Delta Airlines airplane skidded off a runway at LaGuardia Airport Thursday morning, some travelers were diverted to the Albany International Airport. Some were able to make it to where they were headed, others were not as lucky. Time Warner Cable News reporter Tanja Rekhi has more. 03/05/2015 07:00 PM
Schenectady Has Long Term Solution for Potholes
Schenectady
It's that time of year again when potholes rule the roads causing drivers to slow down and swerve any way they can, all in an effort to avoid that inevitable bump and likely hit another one in the process. Karen Tararache caught up with Schenectady city officials who have a plan that might fill the gaps for good. 03/05/2015 06:30 PM
Plane Safely Evacuated After Skidding Off LaGuardia Runway
New York City
The FAA says Delta Flight 1086 slid off the side of runway 13 at around 11:20 a.m. shortly after landing. Updated 03/05/2015 04:00 PM
Study: Berkshires Will Lose 10,000 People By 2030
Berkshire County
As a study finds that the population of Berkshire County continues to decline, employers may face struggles in filling jobs. Jim Vasil has more. 03/05/2015 03:50 PM
"Terrible, Disgusting": Daughter Accused of Exploiting Mom's Death for Money
Gloversville
While her mother's body rotted in their shared home, prosecutors say Mark Kersting kept collecting the woman's social security and pension. Geoff Redick reports. 03/05/2015 03:30 PM
Cardinal Edward Egan Dies at Age 82
Manhattan
Edward Cardinal Egan has died at the age of 82. 03/05/2015 03:56 PM
Street Signs Honor 7-Year-Old Struck, Killed in Albany
Albany
On Thursday, signs reading "Qazir Way" were scheduled to be hung next to the existing South Pearl Street signs. 03/05/2015 01:58 PM
NY National Guard Hosts Job Fair for Veterans in Latham
Latham
The New York National Guard hosts a job fair for veterans in Latham Thursday. Military spouses and members of the National Guard and Reserve attended. Barry Wygel explains how this career fair provided a wide variety of opportunities. 03/05/2015 01:46 PM
Cold Weather Challenges Maple Syrup Producers
Albany Capital Region
When it comes to maple syrup production, New York state ranks second, trailing only neighboring Vermont. But as Matt Hunter reports, with the industry's biggest weekend fast approaching, producers are facing challenges brought on by a harsh winter. 03/05/2015 01:38 PM