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Past articles by Louis:

NYS intervenes in mascot debate

The Cambridge School District is temporarily barred from using its mascot after a stay order from the New York State Commissioner of Education was issued. → Read More

Hochul asks for more rent funding, landlords running into obstacles

Governor Hochul has asked for more federal funds to help tenants and landlords impacted by the pandemic because money is quickly running out. → Read More

DA partially blames Catskill murder on bail reform

Jeffrey Field is accused of killing Adam White back in late-August. But it’s a woman named Jennifer Hall and bail reform that Greene County District Attorney Joseph Stanzione said is the reason for that fateful day. → Read More

Albany High football season paused till at least October 1

Football players at Albany High are on pause from playing the sport until they are fully vaccinated. Students who are waiting to play said they didn't know of the requirement until August 20. → Read More

Report highlights pandemic’s uneven impact on students

The COVID-19 pandemic’s had wide-spread impact on education. According to a new report from the United States Department of Education, a gap in learning between white and minority students was made even worse. → Read More

Federal loans available for people impacted by July flooding

Assistance is on the way for businesses and residents who were impacted by flooding in Rensselaer County this July. → Read More

Troy restaurants overcoming pandemic hurdles during restaurant week

As patrons venture out for Troy Restaurant Week, businesses are asking customers to be a little patient as staff continue to deal with some of the impacts of the pandemic including a truck driver shortage. → Read More

Korean War veteran’s remains return to the Capital Region

The remains of a Korean War soldier from the Capital Region are being prepared for a proper burial near his home. → Read More

FBI agents recount work to find evidence following 9/11 attack

The Albany FBI Bureau played an integral role in the days and months following September 11 by collecting evidence and fielding potential leads to the terror attacks. → Read More

NYS Museum hosts exhibit on 9/11 terror attacks

As people remember the 20th year since the 9/11 attacks, efforts to preserve the items which display the heroism from that day are on display at the New York State Museum. → Read More

Plans for Albany public transportation hub in the works

The pandemic has put a lot of things on hold for local government including plans for a new transit hub near Albany's Greyhound station. → Read More

Questions remain regarding Schoharie plea deal

SCHOHARIE, N.Y. (NEWS10) — The public may not know how the prosecutor and defense team came to a plea deal for Nauman Hussain for at least two years. Hussain pleaded guilty to 20 counts of criminally negligent homicide on Thursday for his role in the Schoharie limousine crash which killed 20 people. The 2018 crash […] → Read More

Siena welcomes largest ever freshman class

- More than 1000 incoming freshman students moved into Siena College on Thursday drawing in the college's largest ever freshman class. → Read More

Albany Med says COVID tests may not tell whole story

New research from Albany Medical Center said a person who tests positive for COVID-19 may not be infectious if they're not symptomatic. → Read More

Community relations at center of new Albany Police training

A new layer of training for Albany Police recruits aims to bridge the gap in community-police relations. → Read More

Municipalities waiting on final guidance on relief spending

It could be, at most, another two months until cities like Troy have final approval for how emergency funds from the American Rescue Plan can be used. → Read More

Covid vaccine required for nursing home staff or risk loss of federal funding

Nursing homes are required to have all staff vaccinated or risk losing federal funding. → Read More

School district requires vaccination to play high-risk sports

In order to play high-risk sports at the Albany City School District, students are now required to be fully vaccinated. → Read More

Troy Fire Department could make history with new program

The Troy Fire Department is thinking outside the box when it comes to enlisting new members. Four high school graduates are spending their summer training to become EMT's in a new program to draw teens from the city into the field. → Read More

Crews put out garage fire near Clifton Park Town Hall

CLIFTON PARK, N.Y. (NEWS10) — Crews cleared the scene of a fire that started in a commercial garage building in Clifton Park. The fire started at the town highway garage late Tuesday afternoon. There is no word on how the fire started or if there were any injuries. → Read More