Nicol Lally joined NEWS10 in January of 2008 as anchor of NEWS10 on the Weekend. She also reports for NEWS10.
Nicol comes to the Capital Region from WHBF in Rock Island, IL where she was the weekend anchor and a reporter. While in the Quad Cities, Nicol covered a variety of stories in Illinois and Iowa. She had the unique opportunity to interview several presidential candidates in preparation for the Iowa caucuses. Beyond the political experience, Nicol also spent two weeks flying with the Medforce Helicopter Crew, she got a rare "behind the scenes" tour of John Deere's World Headquarters and she spend several months covering a murder trial in the area that drew national attention.
Nicol is excited to be back in the Northeast and closer to family and friends in New England. She grew up in Massachusetts and graduated from Boston University with a degree in Broadcast Journalism. She began her career at WHDH in Boston, MA. She spent three years working as a writer and field producer. While in Boston, Nicol helped with coverage of the 2004 Democratic National Convention, the 911 anniversary and the 2000 Presidential debate. Her experience in Boston helped her land her first reporting job at KREX/KREY in Montrose, CO. There she was a bureau anchor and reporter for one year.
In addition to her interest in news, Nicol is also an accomplished figure skater. She has participated in regional, national, and collegiate competitions. She has also taken up running and completed her first marathon in September of 2007. In her free time, Nicol enjoys spending time with her husband Jason, daughters Ella and Avery, and dog Tucker.
KINDERHOOK, N.Y. - Fire crews are back on the scene Thursday of a house fire in Kinderhook. Crews responded to the call of a fully-involved rekindle of a fire at 6:40 a.m. at 59 Hunter Drive. The houseMore >>
Fire crews are back on the scene Thursday of a house fire in Kinderhook.More >>
TROY, N.Y. – Troy Police have confirmed that a female student of Lansingburgh High School was called over to a car Wednesday morning by an unknown male. Police say, a white male in a dark colored sedan,More >>
Troy Police are currently investigating an incident where an unknown man called a female Lansingburgh High School student over to his car Wednesday morning. More >>
PUTNAM STATION, N.Y. – Two people in Washington County are being treated for exposure to rabies, after authorities say an infected bobcat attacked a woman. Cindy Bowman, 49, was attached at the door ofMore >>
Three people in Washington County are being treated for exposure to rabies after a woman was attacked by an infected bobcat. More >>
ROTTERDAMN, N.Y. -- The Rotterdam Town Board is expected to select an emergency services provider to serve the community. The town voted more than a month ago to open up the bidding process in an effortMore >>
The Rotterdam Town Board made a selection on who would provide emergency services to the community Wednesday night. More >>
TROY, N.Y. - Troy Police and Fire Crews are on an active scene on 112th Street between 1st and 2nd Avenues. According to police, there appears to be a one car accident. They believe an older male driverMore >>
Troy Police responded to a fatal car accident on Wednesday evening. More >>
RENSSELAER, N.Y. – A former rape suspect whose charges were dropped because of a paperwork mistake is due in court on Wednesday. On Tuesday, Homeland Security confirmed a search was conducted at John Halacy'sMore >>
A former rape suspect that had the charges dropped because of a paperwork mistake appeared in Rensselaer City Court Wednesday morning only to be arrested on an Albany County warrant for a felony Burglary charge in Colonie.More >>
SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. – Over a month after the casino referendum passed in New York, a full-casino license will be granted in the Capital Region. On Wednesday, community members and local business ownersMore >>
A full-casino license will be granted in the Capital Region after New York voters approved the measure in November, and many want to expand a current casino rather than build a new one.More >>
SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. - Two Skidmore College researchers have patent for a special use of the antioxidant manganese T-BAP for use in weight loss. Associate Professor T.H. Reynolds, PhD and his formerMore >>
Two Skidmore College researchers have patent for a special use of the antioxidant manganese T-BAP for use in weight loss.More >>
GLENMONT, N.Y. - A employee at a local buffet has been sentenced to prison for identity theft. Heng Li, 27, was sentenced to two and a third to seven years in State Prison for using a credit card skimmerMore >>
A employee at a local buffet has been sentenced to prison for identity theft.More >>
By DOUG FEINBERGAP Basketball Writer The NCAA women's basketball championship committee announced Wednesday the neutral sites of Oklahoma City, Sacramento, Greensboro and Albany will host the 2015 regionals. TheMore >>
The NCAA women's basketball championship committee announced Wednesday the neutral sites of Oklahoma City, Sacramento, Greensboro and Albany will host the 2015 regionals.More >>