It was definitely fall football last night with temperatures at some fields in Section 2 dipping into the 40's as the sun fell on Friday evening. 24 teams suited up for 12 games in the Capital Region. There were a number a blowouts, some excitingly close games and some upsets. Something for everyone.
A small earthquake that hit the northern part of New York on Monday was felt in Lake George and Warrensburg, approximately 100 miles from the epicenter. Anyone in those areas get shaken up a bit this morning?
The state Department of Health has released a statement saying that a healthcare worker from the Queensbury-based Hudson Healthwaters Health Network has been diagnosed with measles and you could be at risk.
24-year old Brianna Norton was driving her work van on Friday night when she swerved onto incoming traffic in a busy intersection. She was transporting two mentally handicapped passengers.
According to News 10, the accident happened at the intersection of Main Street and Horicon Avenue in Warrensburg...
Lots of people in and around the Capital Region breaking the law this week, according to the Times Union's Capital Region section. From embezzling to marijuana production, your neighbor could be accussed of a crime.