Jennifer Seelig, NEWS10 ABC

Jennifer Seelig


Albany, NY, United States

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Recent articles by Jennifer:

Albany man rejects plea in officer-involved shooting

Defendant Jordan Young rejected a plea offer in Albany County Court on Wednesday. The prosecution offered the defense a minimum of three years to a maximum of five years in state prison. → Read More

Budweiser Clydesdales visit Saratoga Race Course

The Budweiser Clydesdales are returning at the Saratoga Race Course for the first time in more than 15 years → Read More

Albany organization sending relief to Kentucky

Local charity organization Jezreel International is helping those affected by the flood waters in Kentucky. → Read More

Amsterdam ice cream truck driver gets the scoop on Choco Taco

Choco Taco has been discontinued. The ice cream can still be found in some local convenience stores, but there’s a very limited amount. Amsterdam’s own Sno Kone Joe broke the news. → Read More

Cleanup continues after EF1 tornado touchdown in Kingston

Three days later and residents in Kingston and the surrounding area are still picking up debris from Wednesday evening’s EF-1 tornado and macroburst. → Read More

Fulton Street closes for Uncle Sam garage demolition

A portion of Fulton Street in the city of Troy will be closed for three to four months for the demolition of the Uncle Sam Parking Garage. → Read More

Albany teen charged with attempted murder

The Albany Police Department closed Robin Street from Clinton Avenue to Elk Street for hours Tuesday morning, as they continued to investigate an early-morning shooting. → Read More

Albany Police identify victim from Central Ave fatal crash

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) — Albany police are continuing to investigate a fatal motor vehicle crash that occurred Thursday night on Central Avenue. Around 10:15 p.m., officers responded to the area of Central Avenue and Robin Street for reports of a serious motor vehicle crash. Police say a pedestrian had been struck by a van and […] → Read More

Sneak peek at Empire State Plaza Fourth of July event

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) — Who is ready to see a great firework display? For the 45th year, Price Chopper/Market 32 will present New York State’s Fourth of July Celebration at the Empire State Plaza, culminating with the Capital Region’s largest fireworks display and community event of the year. This year’s event—returning completely for the first time in […] → Read More

Trial begins in murder of 11-year-old Troy boy

The trial of the man accused of killing Ayshawn Davis, then 11, of Troy in 2020 is underway. Prosecutors called him the innocent victim of a drive-by shooting involving Jahquay Brown, 22, of Cohoes, who was charged with second-degree murder. → Read More

Zombie property to be demolished in Rotterdam Junction

In Schenectady, a zombie property will finally be demolished 11 years after being severely damaged by Tropical Storm Irene. → Read More

New Albany grocery store to hold soft opening on Juneteenth

After over two years of planning by community members and county leaders to end a food desert in downtown Albany's South End. The area will soon have a local grocery store, with a grand opening planned by this December. → Read More

Albany woman celebrates 108 years of life

Shaker Place Rehabilitation and Nursing Center celebrated the 108th birthday of Millie Howarth. → Read More

Brain injury survivors to attend BIANYS conference

Celebrating its 40th anniversary this year, BIANYS held its annual conference. → Read More

Albany spends $10M to revamp city streets

Nearly 60 streets across the city of Albany—covering over 50,000 feet—will be resurfaced in 2022. The project began on Maxwell Street. → Read More

Black bear safety after Washington Park sighting

Albany’s Washington Park had an unwelcome bear nestled high up in a tree last week. How do you stay safe if you encounter one? → Read More

LGBTQIA+ pride flag-raising ceremony in Troy

The city of Troy held a pride flag-raising event with the Pride Center of the Capital Region marking the official kick-off of LGBTQIA+ Pride month. → Read More

Albany sees uptick in bike usage

New bike infrastructure, Uptick in bike usage in the City of Albany → Read More

Capital Region food bank numbers on the rise

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) — Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Albany held one of their massive food drives Tuesday morning in Albany, with enough food to feed about 1,000 families. Throughout the last two years, volunteers have seen the need for food grow during the pandemic, and they may possibly see that number increase during […] → Read More

Albany holds its annual Memorial Day Parade

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) — Many people across the Capital Region are spending their Memorial Day honoring our veterans. The City of Albany held its annual Memorial Day Parade on Monday. It has been three years since the city held its Memorial Day Parade. Luckily, It was a beautiful day and a great turnout! This year’s […] → Read More