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. 10:00 PM
Edward Cardinal Egan has died at the age of 82.
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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.
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"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. 04:30 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. 08:00 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. 07:30 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. 08:00 PM
Healthy Living Special: All About Food
This month's Healthy Living special focuses on food -- from what we put into our bodies and our children's bodies, to reading nutrition labels. Plus, we touch on the latest medical advancements.
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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. 04:50 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. 01:58 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. 01:38 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. 01:46 PM
Man Arrested for Allegedly Driving Drunk in Greenwich, Hitting a Police Car
Washington County
They say it happened Tuesday night on Richards Road in Greenwich when 20-year-old John Pettys drifted into oncoming traffic, hitting the police car. 11:18 AM
Section 2 Basketball Games Moved From Glens Falls Civic Center
Glens Falls
The Glens Falls Civic Center will no longer play host to this weekend's Section II Basketball Tournament. On Wednesday, engineers say a section of the building's facade along the southern roof collapsed under the weight of heavy snow. Matt Hunter has more. 03/04/2015 02:30 PM
Former NY Giant, Anti-Hunger Advocates Deliver State of the State on School Breakfast
Albany
Supporters say serving breakfast at school can boost the health and learning abilities of low income students. 08:43 AM
Local Businesses Hoping for "Slam Dunk" from March Madness
Albany
"March Madness" at the Times Union Center tips off Thursday morning. Basketball tournaments are expected to bring tens of thousands of people downtown this month. Many are hoping some city businesses cash in as well on the action. Barry Wygel has more. 07:18 AM
Former President of Johnstown Youth Football League Accused of Stealing Team Funds
Fulton County
Johnstown police charged Eric Murphy with grand larceny for allegedly stealing almost $5,000 from the little football league. 03/04/2015 10:19 PM
MAAC Tournament Returns to Albany
Albany
Thousands expected to visit the Capital Region this weekend for the return of the MAAC basketball tournament at the Times Union Center. Emily DeFeciani has more on the excitement it's generating. 03/04/2015 09:00 PM
"Don't Steal Possible" Chant for Charter School Advocates in Albany
Albany
Thousands of people descended on Albany Wednesday for one of the largest recent rallies in the Capital City. The cause: charter schools. Geoff Redick has the story. 03/04/2015 04:30 PM
Lawmakers: Lawsuit Last Resort But Still Option in State Budget Debate
Albany
It's now been nearly two weeks since Governor Cuomo issued his 30-day budget amendments. Neither the Senate nor Assembly have acted on them just yet, with rumors of legal action challenging the executive's budgetary powers. But lawmakers say they're pursuing other options first. Nick Reisman reports. 03/04/2015 09:41 PM
Cortland Man Builds, Uses Bicycle That Plows
Cortland
You don't typically hear the words bicycle and plow in the same sentence. But for one Cortland man it's a way of life. In a story you'll only see on Time Warner Cable News, Iris St. Meran introduces us to Harry Bridger, the man who built his own pedal-powered snow plow. 03/04/2015 08:00 PM
Radio Station Plays Christmas Music All Year
Albany County
A local radio station is taking on a new direction this year, by playing Christmas music year round. Madeleine Rivera has the story. 03/04/2015 07:45 PM
Black Ice, Fog Caused 23 Vehicle Crash on I-84
Port Jervis
Slippery roads caused multiple crashes involving 23 vehicles on Interstate 84. Jackson Wang has more on the pileup. Updated 03/04/2015 05:30 PM
Cohoes City Hall Asbestos Tests Come Back Negative
Cohoes
Employees at the building were moved to the fire department while the city awaited test results. 03/04/2015 02:25 PM
Frozen Pipes on City Property Still Troy Homeowner's Problem
Troy
The cold weather is making for difficult times for some homeowners in Troy. Several families have been living without running water in their homes, for more than a week. Time Warner Cable News reporter Katie Eastman has the details. 03/03/2015 11:00 PM
Advocates Call for Support for 2015 Immigrant Equality Agenda
Albany
Immigration advocates from around the state rallied in Albany Tuesday, as the issue continues to put federal officials at odds. Madeleine Rivera has the story. 03/03/2015 07:04 PM
Several Thousand Participate in Lobby Day Rallies Around the State Capitol
Albany
Albany city officials advise people to allow themselves extra time to get through downtown Wednesday. Several thousand people will participate at rallies in and around the state capitol. The hot topic is education reform. Barry Wygel reports. 03/04/2015 07:19 AM
Schenectady Police Make Arrest in January Shooting
Schenectady
Isaiah Pettway is accused of shooting a man who refused to let him steal his car. 03/03/2015 08:17 PM