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Embattled Assemblyman Vito Lopez will be out of office on Monday.
A head-on collision in Lake Luzerne Friday night leaves one person dead and two others critically injured
Thousands of students will be walking across the stage, as three Capital Region colleges hold commencement ceremonies Saturday.
The annual St. Sophia Greek Festival in Albany is underway this weekend. The gates open Saturday at noon.
Memorial services are being held Saturday for the father and his three children who died in a Schenectady house fire earlier this month.
New East Coast Arms Collectors Associates is holding it's May gun show this weekend at the Lake George Forum.
This week, our Kid of the Week is Sammy McCrea, 7 of Wynantskill.
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$600 million is on the line Saturday night as part of the Powerball jackpot and while the odds may be against you, YNN's Casey Bortnick has more on why some are hoping their ticket will be the one.
Director J.J. Abrams is back at the helm in the next chapter of the starship enterprise. Here with his take on “Star Trek into Darkness” is our own Lights Camera Jackson.
They're following leads and waiting for DNA results, but Glenville police still haven't nabbed those responsible for more than a dozen burglaries. Our Erin Vannella reports.
Updated 05/17/2013 10:07 PM
County clerks are responsible for handling the opt-out forms for people who want their pistol permit information kept private under the SAFE Act. Thousands across the state submitted them. Out Megan Cruz has how offices are dealing with that added workload.
Updated 05/17/2013 04:19 PM
State Assemblyman Vito Lopez announced Friday he intends to resign at the end of this year's legislative session on June 20th. The decision comes just days after a special prosecutor cleared the Brooklyn lawmaker of criminal wrongdoing over accusations he groped female staffers. Zack Fink has more on the announcement and the pressure that came from leaders to have Lopez step down.
Updated 05/17/2013 07:54 PM
The nation's most prestigious medical award was presented by Albany Medical Center Friday to three physician scientists. The honored recipients received $500,000, split three ways, for their significant contributions and research into the nature of cancer. Karen Tararache was at the event and learned how their work has kept some diagnosed with a specific form of cancer alive.
Updated 05/17/2013 06:11 PM
The New York Rangers will take on the Boston Bruins Thursday in the first game of the Eastern Conference Semi-Finals. Seth Leavitt has more.
05/16/2013 05:15 PM
The Vito Lopez scandal is now starting to spill over into policy debates. Opponents of public campaign finance are bringing up Lopez's planned city council run in their arguments against using taxpayer money to fund campaigns. As Capital Tonight's Nick Reisman explains, supporters of the Women's Equality Agenda are also using the case as a call for reform.
05/17/2013 08:04 PM
The House Ways and Means Committee convened a hearing into the scandal surrounding the IRS. There are allegations the IRS targeted conservative groups applying for tax-exempt status. Former acting director Steven Miller testified, saying he's sorry for the way the agency mistreated taxpayers and groups. Michael Scotto has more.
05/17/2013 07:40 PM
Friday night was a special night for a little boy, who lost his family in a tragic accident. Eight-year-old Matthew Sleight's mother, brother and a family friend were all killed in a crash in March. Little Matthew, unharmed in the crash, was comforted on the scene by a local Marine who was passing by. Friday night, the two spent the evening at the Albany Saratoga Speedway. Maria Valvanis has more.
Updated 05/17/2013 10:52 PM
One Massachusetts man is raising money to fight cancer and he's got an unconventional way of doing it. YNN's Madeleine Rivera has more on his journey.
Updated 05/17/2013 06:43 PM
Stewart's Shops has a safety concern with a product from a kerosene tank at its Ballston Spa location on West Milton Road. Regular gasoline was put into the kerosene tank.
05/17/2013 08:44 PM
Two local lawmakers have introduced a bill designed to help veterans returning home from war. As YNN's Matt Hunter reports, experts say the services available to female veterans in particular, are especially lacking.
Updated 05/17/2013 04:49 PM
If you are moving this summer and you are worried about moving your pets, fear not! Lisa Chelenza has a few tips that can help make the move easier for you both in this edition of Pet Pointers.
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Paleo dieters try to eat as a caveman would have. For this edition of Healthy Living, Geoff Redick has more.
It's always big news when Google announces something new, and Wednesday was no exception, as the tech giant unveiled a new music streaming service to go head to head with popular services like Pandora and Spotify. YNN's Adam Balkin filed the following report.
A new Star Trek film, called "Star Trek: Into Darkness," hits movie screens, and director J.J. Abrams has returned at the helm after his recent reboot of the franchise. Neil Rosen filed the following review.
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