Rocco and Mia give us our daily Pledge of Allegiance!
"It’s relieving to finally have the go-ahead to open. We didn’t know what was going to happen," said Chief Operating Officer of Amsterdam Cannabis, Anthony Marcellino.
A local band is getting ready for a holiday benefit concert, featuring more than a dozen other local musicians. It’s all to raise money for a non-profit animal rescue.
HILLSDALE, N.Y. (NEWS10) — As the temperatures drop, many winter sports enthusiasts are ready to hit the slopes. Even with the mild weather this weekend, that still didn’t stop one family from driving from New Jersey to Catamount Mountain Resort for their first day of skiing this season.
Police say Julissa O'Reilly was last seen on December 6 in downtown Troy.
As of Saturday, five teams are signed up for the Fill the Truck Challenge with the Food Pantries for the Capital District.
Fort William Henry has become a winter wonderland with the Winter's Dream experience. The light show reflects on intimate holiday moments perfect for photo opportunities.
A warning that the show has strong lighting effects, which you will see in the video, in case you have a condition sensitive to strobe lights.
ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) -- Jacob Klein, who was found guilty of second-degree murder in October, was sentenced to 25 years to life in prison Friday morning. Klein represented himself in court, defending himself from accusations that he killed Philip Rabadi in April 2022, just months after Rabadi married Klein’s former girlfriend, Elana Radin.
Colleges and universities in the Capital District have been in collaboration to try to step in and fill the gaps that Saint Rose will be leaving next year. On Friday one private college got a record $3.5 million donation that will assist the school’s nursing program.
ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) — Shots fired outside of this synagogue during Hanukkah, in the midst of the Israel-Hamas war, are prompting difficult conversations in the community about antisemitism. Reporter: Zion Decoteau, Camera: Rick E
The man accused of firing his shotgun near the Temple Israel was in federal court Friday morning and NEWS10 has the latest on the charges he is facing.
The jury rejected a claim from the defense that the defendant suffered from a delusional disorder and that he was not criminally responsible for the murder.
Anti-Semitism on the rise