College Students Help Inmates Connect With Their Children
University at Albany students are helping local jail inmates connect with their children.
Police: Man Stole Truck, Hit Vehicles Before Being Shot
Authorities have released the name of the man who they say stole a AAA flatbed truck and led police on a wild chase through Syracuse before being shot by officers.
Man Gets 20 To Life In Fatal Stabbing Of Ithaca Student
A 24-year-old upstate New York man convicted in the stabbing death of an Ithaca College student last year has been sentenced to 20 years to life in prison.
New York Wraps Up I-88 Repair Work
Work has been completed on a $2.3 million project to rehabilitate and improve a busy stretch of interstate highway between New York state's Capital Region and the Southern Tier.
Cops Search For Remains Of Girl, 13, Who Disappeared In ’86
Investigators are searching a field in the southern Adirondacks for the remains of an upstate New York teenager who disappeared more than 30 years ago.
Dismantling Of Old Tappan Zee Bridge Begins
The dismantling of the old Tappan Zee Bridge in New York has begun, with crews removing large sections of steel from the 61-year-old span.
Leaky Fuel Rods Shut Down Nuclear Plant For Several Days
Federal regulators say operators of the FitzPatrick Nuclear Power Plant along Lake Ontario are trying to figure out why several fuel rods are leaking radiation.
Police: Woman Killed In Collision With Dump Truck
New York State Police are investigating a two-vehicle crash involving a dump truck that killed a woman.
Transgender Woman Makes History In Virginia House Seat Win
A former journalist has unseated one of Virginia's most socially conservative lawmakers to become the first openly transgender member of the House of Delegates.
NY Authorities Still Seeking Clues Into Teen Death In 1970
New York state police continue to investigate the death of a New Jersey teenager whose body was found nearly a half century ago near the Bear Mountain Bridge.