More stories by Lexi Nahl
Highly personal information of nearly half of all Americans was exposed after the Equifax breach.
The second annual New York State Suicide Prevention Conference began at the Empire State Plaza on Monday.
There is a new vision for one of the largest developable properties in Albany.
A man accused of punching his infant son in the head appeared before a judge Wednesday morning.
Capital Region voters hit the polls on Tuesday to cast their ballot for Primary Election Day.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed new legislation that expands unlimited paid sick leave benefits for 9/11 first responders.
Curtis Lumber’s 10th annual Car, Truck, and Jeep show kicked off Sunday and there was something for everyone at this classic car show with a…
A group gathered in Dana Park today to call for new leadership at the Pride Center of the Capital Region. Protesters feel the Pride Center i…
Saturday marks the start of the eighth annual Gathering of the Tribes in East Greenbush. This is a two day festival at Browns Farm celebrati…
Twenty-three dogs displaced by Hurricane Harvey are now up for adoption at a local animal shelter.
Wednesday marks the first day of school for one of the largest schools in the Capital Region.
A troubling sign displayed on Route 9 Sunday provoked outrage and raised questions about the limitations of free speech.
The weather did not rain on our parade of trucks at “Convoy for a Cause” in Amsterdam.
It’s time for the annual Capital District Scottish Games. The weekend full of Scottish fun kicked off today at the Altamont Fairgrounds, Sat…
It’s a weekend for Star Trek lovers hoping to live long and prosper on the final day of a Star Trek event in Ticonderoga.
About once a month, veterans from World War II, Korean War, and many other major wars involving the United States congregate at a family run…