Two men accused of lying about a deadly arson on Hulett Street in Schenectady appeared in court on Wednesday.
Another person connected to the deadly Hulett Street fire that killed a family and left a young girl severely burned has pleaded guilty.
A lawsuit claims that federal agents and Schenectady detectives elicited false confessions from witnesses and failed to look at key leads in…
Two people indicted on Friday makes four people in total that have been charged with lying to a grand jury about a fatal arson case.
Judge Sharpe sentences Jennica Duell to 11 years in prison for lying about her whereabouts night of deadly fire.
A special guest stopped by the NEWS10 ABC studio on Wednesday.
Dozens of trucks took part in a very special convoy for a cause Sunday morning, aiming to put the brakes on poverty in the Capital Region.
It’s Schenectady Super Survivor’s ninth birthday, and she celebrated it by thanking the people who saved her life.
The lawyer for a woman who pleaded guilty to lying about a fire that killed several of her children and their father is asking for less time…
The prosecution is calling for a 15 year sentence against Safyre Terry’s mother, Jennica Duell.
For Safyre Terry riding a trailer has always been a dream and thanks to the Department of Transportation that dream came true.
Our very own Safyre Terry paid a special visit to New York State Police troopers in Latham.
A little girl who’s been fighting back after being badly burned in a fire that killed her family in 2013 received new prosthetics on Friday.
The perjury trial for Jennica Duell, the mother of Schenectady’s Super Survivor Safyre Terry has been postponed.
A federal indictment has been issued in connection to the Schenectady arson that critically burned a little girl and killed her family.
One of the volunteers accused of stealing from Schenectady Super Survivor Safyre Terry will appear in court Thursday.