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State Police arrest waitress for using customer's credit card

Schodack, NY (WRGB) — State Police say a waitress at the Schodack Diner has been arrested and accused of making unauthorized charges on a customer's credit card. Kimberly Gibson, 26 of Castleton on Hudson is facing grand larceny and identity theft charges. On September 22, 2022, at about 10:19...
SCHODACK, NY
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Architectural Dream & Breathtaking Views on 30 Acres in Nassau w/Private Cabin and Pond

This $1.3 million dollar home sits on 30 acres. It boasts beautiful architecture and a woodstove centerpiece. This three-bedroom contemporary design has a three-step deck that wraps around the home. This private setting has a large pond, and trails through to the Kinderhook Creek frontage. The Gunite heated pool allows for a longer swim season. There are gardens and an observatory with a telescope to view the stars at night along with gorgeous views of the entire property. There is also a sleeping cabin separate from the home which makes it a special property.
NASSAU, NY
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First on 13: New charges in deadly Lake George motorcycle crash

There’s a new indictment and new charges in the case of the Albany motorcyclist accused of killing two people who were walking in Lake George. A Warren County grand jury has handed up a new indictment against Anthony Futia in the crash that killed Jamie Persons and 8-year-old Quinton Delgadillo. The new indictment has 15 counts, including two new counts of aggravated vehicular homicide.
LAKE GEORGE, NY
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Upstate New York HS Football Game Moved Due To Gun Threat

Friday night high school football games are supposed community gatherings for students, alumni and friends to engage and enjoy. This was not the case last week, where Capital Region school officials worked with local authorities to act quickly and move a football game. This decisive action may have avoided a possibly deadly situation involving a large crowd.
WATERVLIET, NY
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Jon Romano describes vicious Albany sword attack

It was four weeks ago when a man walked into an Albany homeless shelter and attacked a shelter employee with a machete. Now we’re getting to hear from the victim of that attack. Jon Romano, 34, is a man who has many wounds yet to heal, but also many...
ALBANY, NY

Driver served order of protection before store crash

NISKAYUNA, N.Y. (News10)-A Troy man is being held without bail after police say he intentionally drove his vehicle through the front of an AT&T store and then allegedly damaged the inside of the store with a baseball bat. Court documents reveal the incident happened after the man was served with an order of protection. The […]
NISKAYUNA, NY
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Rensselaer County awarded $2M grant

The Rensselaer County Department of Health is being awarded $2,182,036 to help eliminate lead and other health hazards from households of low-income families. The grant is being administered through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development's Lead-Based Paint Hazard Reduction (LBPHR) Grant Program.
RENSSELAER COUNTY, NY
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Summer 2022 the 3rd Hottest on Record for the U.S.

According to NOAA, summer 2022 landed as the third hottest on record for the lower 48 with a three month (June, July, August) national mean temperature of 73.9 degrees F which is 2.5 degree F above a long term 1901 to 2000 average. Summer was a season of extremes across the country with blistering heat heat waves, including two significant 6 day heat waves locally, one in July and the other in August. There was historic rainfall and flash floods in parts of the nation with events in Death Valley National park, southern Illinois and and Dallas, TX in August declared once in 1000 year events by the National Weather Service. Major drought developed or worsened in other parts of the country including the Northeast where moderate to extreme drought developed over much of southern New England and parts of eastern New York. According to the U.S. drought monitor, at the close of August, 45.5% of the contiguous United States was in drought.
ALBANY, NY
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State Police arrest Castleton woman for Identity Theft and Larceny

On September 22, 2022, State Police arrested Kimberly M. Gibson, 26, of Castleton on the Hudson, NY, for Grand Larceny in the Fourth Degree, a class “E” felony, and Identity Theft in the Second Degree, a class “E” felony. On September 22, 2022, at about 10:19...
HUDSON, NY
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Duck deaths at the Crossings still a mystery in Colonie

Crews in Colonie are keeping a close eye on ducks and geese at the Crossings after a number of the birds were found sick or dead last week. We reached out Monday for an update. The Parks and Recreation Department says they’re still waiting for test results from a national veterinary lab.
COLONIE, NY
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Troy vacant building fire is under investigation

The Troy Fire Department is still investigating what caused a fire at a vacant building in downtown Troy Sunday night. Crews responded shortly after 10:30 p.m. to 83 4th street. A Troy police officer saw the smoke and immediately called for help. Crews were able to get the fire under...
TROY, NY

Cairo Woman Killed In Head-On Athens Crash

A 41-year-old woman was killed during a head-on crash when a car veered into her lane of travel. The crash took place in on Route 9W around 6. p.m., Saturday, Sept. 24 in the town of Athens in Greene County. According to Capt. Tracey Quinn, of the Greene County Sheriff's...
CAIRO, NY

Families of incarcerated New Yorkers to hold six rallies

Families of incarcerated New Yorkers will hold six different rallies at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, with one taking place in West Capitol Park. The rallies are in an attempt to call attention to financial and emotional toll of the New York State Department of Corrections and Community Supervision (DOCCS) package ban, as well as harms to health of incarcerated people.
NEW YORK CITY, NY
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