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Anya Tucker


Albany, NY, United States

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Recent articles by Anya:

DA blames bail reform for sex offender’s release

WATERVLIET, N.Y. (News10)-The Albany County District Attorney and area law-enforcement are blaming bail reform for a judge’s decision to release a Level 3 sex offender who was recently arrested on charges of raping an autistic man. → Read More

Alleged bail jumper in fatal DWI crash pleads not guilty

Andrew Gibson, 43, was finally arraigned on Tuesday on an unsealed indictment after skipping bail in a fatal DWI crash. → Read More

DWI crash victim’s sister reacts to driver’s capture

RENSSELAER CO. N.Y. (News10)-A Westerlo man who killed a local woman due to a DWI crash, and then skipped out on his sentencing date, is now back behind bars. News10’s Anya Tucker spoke with his victim’s sister and brother-in-law. → Read More

Area eateries shift gears, close due to heat

They say if you can’t stand the heat, get out of the kitchen. And that’s what some restaurants and businesses are opting to do: stay out. → Read More

Police exhume murder victim’s remains for new DNA

COLONIE, N.Y. (News10)-Police have exhumed the remains of an Albany woman hoping to solve her murder that’s remained a cold case since 1959. News10’s Anya Tucker spoke with the investigator who is now trying to identify the woman's Killer. → Read More

Narcan kits, training for loved-ones & businesses

WASHINGTON CO., N.Y. (News10)-There’s a new program in Washington County offering life saving Narcan kits and training for those critical moments during a heroin or fentanyl overdose. What’s unique about this program is that it is also offers on-scene training for loved-ones who may face another overdose situation in the future. “Drugs have no conscience. […] → Read More

New football program could use your old cleats

Parents often find themselves wondering what to do with their kid’s used but still “useable” sports gear. If you’re one of those moms and dads, and those items include youth football cleats, here's one way you can get rid of them and help a good cause all at the same time. → Read More

Farmers, city officials keeping eyes on storms

Amid an ongoing dry spell in the Capital Region, local lawns, green spaces, and farms are welcoming widespread showers. → Read More

4 new peace officers join MHHS

MENANDS, N.Y. (News10)-The Mohawk Hudson Humane Society held a swearing-in ceremony for four staff members who recently completed peace officer training. The officers are now among 8 peace officers with the shelter who will assist law enforcement on cases of animal cruelty, neglect, hoarding or abandonment which may require animal removal, housing, etc. → Read More

Ambulance share program helps during holiday weekend

FULTON CO., N.Y. (News10)-Police and first responders have been staying very busy this 4th of July holiday weekend responding to emergency 911 calls. In the Capital Region's Fulton County, they would have run out of ambulances had it not been for a recently implemented sharing system. → Read More

VT woman located after photo recognized on NEWS10

A missing Vermont woman is reunited with her family thanks to some quick thinking sleep center techs who just happened to recognize her from a photo on a NEWS10 newscast. → Read More

Police credit grandma in arrest of alleged scammer

COLONIE, N.Y. (News10)-Colonie Police are crediting a local grandmother for helping them arrest a man accused of trying to scam her and others out of tens of thousands of dollars. News10 Anya Tucker spoke with her about how she made a call that helped officers catch the alleged thief. → Read More

Police credit grandma in arrest of alleged scammer

Colonie Police are crediting a local grandmother for helping them arrest a man accused of trying to scam her and others out of tens of thousands of dollars. → Read More

Teachers, students celebrate end of the school year

CAPITAL REGION, N.Y. (News10)-Today was the last day of the school year for many Capital Region students as well as their teachers and News10’s Anya Tucker shared a few final memories of the 2021-2022 school year. → Read More

Serial child predator sentenced to 15 years in prison

Gary Ryan, 51, of Mechanicville had already been sentenced in federal court for sexually abusing three boys whom he took on trips outside of New York. Today, he admitted to also abusing one of the now-adult children while in Saratoga County. → Read More

Data: Roadway fatalities and unlicensed drivers

Lake George N.Y. (News10)-Recent data finds unlicensed, suspended and revoked motorists are involved in about 20% of fatalities on U.S. roadways. The New York State Department of Motor Vehicles tell News10 that the motorcyclist involved in a fatal crash that killed a man and an 8-year-old boy never had a valid New York State license. → Read More

Motorcyclist in fatal crash did not have a license

LAKE GEORGE, N.Y. (News10)-News10 has learned that the motorcyclist who police say crashed into a bike path in Lake George killing two pedestrians never had a New York State license. → Read More

Reward offered in transgender woman’s homicide

ALBANY, N.Y. (News10)-Members of the Capital Region’s LGBTQ community are making a public plea to get justice for a transgender woman found murdered in her Albany apartment. A reward is now being offered for information which would help identify her killer. → Read More

Albany, Schenectady, and Troy announce ‘zombie’ settlement

The cities of Albany, Schenectady and Troy have announced a financial settlement against a large mortgage lender. It’s being seen as one victory in a larger ongoing battle against so-called zombie properties. → Read More

Maker of super strong glass busy amid shootings

BERKSHIRE CO, MA (New10)-There’s a lot of conversation about how to ramp up security in the midst of continual mass shootings. The president of a special glass company in Pittsfield, Massachusetts believes they are helping to save lives in businesses and schools. → Read More