Crews responded to an apartment complex for a fire Tuesday night.
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A senior housing complex in Albany went without hot water Monday night.
It was an emotional verdict inside the packed courtroom as the jury found Johnny Oquendo guilty of murdering Noel Alkaramla on Friday.
Community leaders and activists are calling on Governor Andrew Cuomo to halt a proposed fracked gas power plant in downtown Albany.
Four members of the Gloversville Police Department were presented with awards for rescuing people from a devastating fire in October.
The Rensselaer County Board of Elections has been counting absentee ballots all day to determine the outcome in several close races.
People living in one local town say they’re used to seeing people dump unwanted items, like mattresses and tires, in their community.
Amsterdam’s First Ward Alderman Ed Russo passed away after losing his battle with cancer just hours after being re-elected to a third term.
In less than a week, the Berkshire County community will lose invaluable art, including two Norman Rockwell paintings.
After more than two dozen people were killed in a church shooting in Texas, the demand for active shooter training builds.
After our report on a sex offender loophole, many of you wanted victims to know about the help that is out there.
A loophole that surprised even local prosecutors is a big concern for parents because it involves convicted sex offenders.
Saratoga Springs City Hall is up for grabs this year.
A lawsuit against the Berkshire Museum was the center of hours of arguments inside Berkshire Superior Court.
As kids across the Capital Region were out trick-or-treating, parole officers were out in force making sure they were safe.
Prosecutors are asking a court to halt the Berkshire Museum’s plans to sell 40 works of art.