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Albany, NY, United States

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Past articles by Anya:

Gloversville bakery celebrates grand opening 1 day after break-in

A Gloversville bakery is celebrating its grand opening. The owner tells NEWS10’s Anya Tucker that her new location is a testament to hard work and the support of her family and community after 3 major setbacks, including a break-in just one day before. → Read More

Source: DNA on socks found in river match person well known to Samantha Humphrey

SCHENECTADY, N.Y. (News10)-News10 continues to follow the investigation into Samantha Humphrey’s death. Schenectady Police confirmed her identity earlier this week, after her remains were discovered in the Mohawk River, but they have not shared any details since. NEWS10‘s Anya Tucker has been following this case closely and has gathered new information. → Read More

Saratoga Co. DA defends her silence on pending cases

SARATOGA COUNTY, N.Y. (News10)-Saratoga County District Attorney Karen Heggen is defending her stance on speaking publicly about pending cases. For the first time she is responding to a previous accusation of favoritism as well as criticism from Saratoga Springs officials who she tried to prevent from talking about an officer-involved shooting. → Read More

Palazzo Riggi, the ‘Jewel of Saratoga,’ could be yours for a cool $12M

Palazzo Riggi is one of the most unique and extravagant properties in Saratoga Springs. It’s a mansion that everyone seems to be talking about, and NEWS10’s Anya Tucker shares a virtual tour of the palatial estate. → Read More

Officers subpoenaed in Spa City shooting case

SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. (News10)- According to the Saratoga Springs Public Safety Commissioner, three officers who were part of a November officer-involved shooting, as well as other members of the department, have received subpoenas to testify in front of a grand jury. → Read More

Cambridge school board files appeal to keep mascot

CAPITAL REGION, N.Y. (News10)-The Cambridge Central School District has filed another lawsuit last week appealing an earlier court ruling siding in favor of SED Commissioner Betty Rosa. The head of New York State's Department of Education has demanded the district remove the word Indians and the logo with a depiction of a male face wearing a feather. → Read More

FBI warns of scams ahead of Valentine’s Day

Looking for love this Valentine’s Day? If you are, the FBI has a warning about so-called romance scams. → Read More

How sonar technology helps NYSP dive team during search & recovery efforts

LAKE GEORGE, N.Y. (News10)-A leap into frigid water is just another day at the office for divers with the New York State Police Underwater Recovery Team. Neil Case, the Division Diving Officer for the team, invited News10's Anya Tucker to observe one of their training exercises, which includes wide range sonar technology. → Read More

Victim speaks out after former firefighter sentenced over sexual abuse

Watervliet, N.Y. (News10)-The former Watervliet firefighter who was found guilty of sexually abusing a female Uber driver, has been sentenced to serve 30 days in the Albany County Jail. News10’s Anya Tucker spoke with his victim after the sentencing as she shared her frustration over delays with the trial and why she refused to stay silent. → Read More

Former teacher who recorded colleagues in bathroom headed to prison

Albany County, N.Y. (News10)-A former middle school teacher who pleaded guilty to secretly recording his colleagues while they used a staff bathroom is now headed to prison. But that's not the end of legal trouble for Patrick Morgan or the school district. → Read More

3 area snowmobile accidents, 2 fatal in just 1 week

CAPITAL REGION, N.Y. (News10)-First responders are asking snowmobilers to be extra careful after three accidents in the Capital Region in less than a week. Two of the incidents resulted in fatalities. → Read More

Witnesses testify in Rensselaer Co Executive trial

TROY, N.Y. (News10)-Several witnesses took the stand today in the trial of Rensselaer County Executive Steve Mclaughlin. McLaughlin is accused of withdrawing money from his campaign fund to pay off personal debts and News10 has been covering the story since it began. → Read More

Snow day is a fun day for many area families

CAPITAL REGION, N.Y. (News10) When school districts in the Capital Region cancelled classes for the day due to the heavy snowfall, it turned the snow day into a fun day for area families and kids. → Read More

NYSP: Dog shot after attacking owner and Trooper

CAPITAL REGION, N.Y. (News10)-First responders are reminding residents who call 911 to keep their pets safely contained after a dog was shot by a trooper responding to a call at a Montgomery County home. → Read More

Bizarre birdhouse vandalism captured on security cam

TROY, N.Y. (News10)-Troy Police say they are trying to identify the person captured on security camera video smashing a decorative birdhouse display outside a Troy home. The homeowner spoke with News10’s Anya Tucker who told her it was a cherished, handmade birdhouse and that she doesn’t understand why anyone would do such a thing. → Read More

AMC reports spike in dog bites involving family pets

CAPITAL REGION, N.Y. (News10)-Albany Medical Center is reporting an alarming uptick in child injuries due to dog bites. 20 cases in just one month. What's perhaps just as disturbing, is the fact that more than 90-percent of these instances involved family pets. → Read More

Family captures unique images, video of bobcats

RENSSELAER CO., N.Y. (News10)-A family in Rensselaer County has been capturing some amazing video of bobcats scampering in their backyard. First on New Year's Day, and again two days later. One of the bobcats even caught a fish out of their pond. → Read More

Warren Co. first responders recommended for funding

WARREN CO., N.Y. (News10)-Much of what’s left of $12.4 million in COVID relief funds in Warren County is expected to go to a new round of organizations, non-profits and first responders after the American Rescue Plan Act Committee in Warren County recommended them. News10’s Anya Tucker spoke with one Warren County first responder who is […] → Read More

Information battle over Saratoga shooting continues

SARATOGA CO., N.Y. (News10)-The Saratoga County District Attorney has allowed a temporary gag order against city officials in Saratoga Springs to lapse. But in the meantime, she says she is pursuing new legal action against two top Saratoga Springs officials in order to prevent them from talking about a shootout that ended with officers firing upon a Vermont sheriff’s deputy. → Read More

When the snowin’ gets tough, the tough grab shovels

A band of volunteers better known as the “Shovel Brigade” are working to make sidewalks safer in the city of Albany. → Read More