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Past articles by Joe:

Officials issue warning over invasive plant that can cause severe burns, blindness

The New York Department of Environmental Conversation (DEC) is warning the public to remain vigilant and report sitings of Giant Hogweed locations. → Read More

Toys R Us expected to reopen a limited number of stores

Toys R Us is expected to reopen a limited number of stores by the end of 2019. → Read More

Cohoes selling old street signs in online auction

The City of Cohoes announced it is selling old street signs in an online auction. → Read More

How much money you need to earn to afford one, two bedroom apartments in NY

A report by The National Low Income Housing Coalition (NLIHC) released its annual Out of Reach report on affordable and available homes. → Read More

Teens accused of setting shed of group home on fire

The Columbia County Sheriff's Office arrested two teens they say set a shed at the Kinderhoff Group Home on Route 203 in Kinderhook on Monday. → Read More

Local man arrested for possessing child porn in Rotterdam

Police arrested a local man after they say he was in possession of child pornography. → Read More

NY AG files lawsuit over dangerous lead in toys

Walmart, Target, and importer LaRose Industries are facing a lawsuit over lead-contaminated toys. → Read More

School district sending collection agency after unpaid lunch money

You've heard the saying, there is no such thing as a free lunch. That's why Cranston Schools are now looking to collect unpaid lunch balances. → Read More

Amber Alert issued for missing 1-year-old girl in Rochester

Police have issued an Amber Alert for a missing 1-year-old child in Rochester. → Read More

Western NY man sets state record for largest pumpkin

There is a new state record for largest pumpkin.  → Read More

Man sentenced in fatal Albany stabbing

An Albany man was sentenced to three to nine years in prison for a stabbing death that took place back in June. → Read More

Mandatory evacuation for SC coast for Hurricane Florence

Governor Henry McMaster has ordered the evacuation of coastal South Carolina residents as Hurricane Florence approaches. Residents in all hurricane evacuation zones must evacuate beginning no later than NOON TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11. → Read More

Woman accused of posing as dentist for 7 years

A Georgia woman is accused of posing as a dentist, and investigators say she's been doing it for at least seven years. → Read More

With focus on Mexico, apprehensions grow at Canadian border

While the Trump administration fortifies the southern border, there’s growing concern over the number of foreigners entering the country illegally across the porous northern border with Canada. → Read More

Target announces 15% discount for teachers July 15-21

Teachers will soon dig into their pocketbooks this year to pay for classroom supplies. → Read More

Massive fire destroys popular Ticonderoga restaurant

A massive fire destroyed the popular Emerald Restaurant in Ticonderoga. Flames broke out Saturday night at the restaurant located at the Ticonderoga Country Club. → Read More

Rensselaer fire survivor speaks out

A survivor of the Rensselaer house fire that took the lives of three people in one family spoke to NEWS10 ABC for the first time. → Read More

Columbia County man arrested for rape

A Columbia County man has been arrested and charged with first-degree rape by grand jury indictment. → Read More

What we know about Austin bombing suspect Mark Conditt

The suspected Austin serial bomber died following a confrontation with police Wednesday, March 21. → Read More

What's in a name: Gender-neutral baby names are on the rise

Whether Royal, Charlie or Salem, Skyler, Justice or Oakley, unisex names for babies are on the rise among parents more willing than ever to embrace the possibility of gender fluidity in their children and attempt to head off sexism on their behalf. → Read More