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Cop charged with DWI loses job

ALBANY - An Albany police officer, charged with driving while intoxicated last year, is now out of a job. Chief Steven Krokoff fired Brian Lutz today. Full story

Rochester airport hopes for new Southwest routes

Now that Southwest Airlines has closed on its $1 billion acquisition of AirTran, Greater Rochester International Airport officials are angling for service to more destinations. Susan Walsh, the director of the airport, tells the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle she hopes to meet with Southwest about Full story

Albany police investigating homicide

ALBANY – A 17-year-old was stabbed to death in the area of Hoffman Park Saturday night. Full story

Men accused of stealing rooftop units to sell copper

COLONIE- Colonie Police have arrested two men accused of stealing rooftop heating and cooling units so they can sell the copper. Police say they arrested Adrian D. Day, 35, of Schenectady, and Gregory J. Eliason, 48, of Albany. They say that on April 27 around 8:23 p.m. workers inside 24 Computer Dr Full story

Cops: Albany man pulls out gun, fires shot

ALBANY - An Albany man is accused of pointing a gun at someone in front of his home and firing a shot in the air. Full story

Cops investigate stabbing at Albany party

ALBANY - A 21-year-old man is accused of stabbing a person because he wasn't allowed to enter a party on the morning of the "kegs and eggs" riot. Full story

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Irish-American museum leaving longtime home

Experts: Prices at the pump could hit $6 a gallon by summer

Two from Albany's "kegs and eggs" to jail

Albany bank held up

Lavish apartments for judges called off

Work halted on New York judges' luxury flats

Albany plans to install electric vehicle charging stations

New plans made for Albany's Lark Tavern

Nanotech conference coming to Albany

State worker accused of barhopping on the clock


  N.Y. store waits for $319 million lotto winner

The customer who purchased the $319 million lottery ticket at Albany, N.Y. store still hasn't come forward. WNYT's Dan Bazile reports.

  Paladino: Voters are my ‘baseball bat’

Carl Paladino, the Republican candidate for governor of New York, says he is a reflection of voter anger and that the people of the Empire State will be his “baseball bat” in an effort to take a swing at Albany politics.

  Paladino sends voters ‘landfill’-scented mailers

Gubernatorial nominee Carl Paladino’s mailer slams the “stink of corruption in Albany,” but for 200,000 New Yorkers, the stench isn’t coming from the capitol. Hardball’s Chris Matthews reports.

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