Jacquie Slater, WNYT NewsChannel 13

Jacquie Slater

WNYT NewsChannel 13

Connecticut, United States

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Past articles by Jacquie:

Siena President Chris Gibson reflects on time with Colin Powell

An October 1992 photo shows former U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell, who at the time was Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and now Siena President Chris Gibson, then an infantry company commander in the 82nd Airborne at Fort Bragg, together ahead of a possible deployment to Yugoslavia. → Read More

Parts of the Appalachian Trail defaced in the Berkshires

Someone had spray-painted permanent red markings and words on trees and rocks along the trail. → Read More

Students become scientists for a day along the Hudson

Flora is on of almost four thousand students taking part in hands on lessons all along the Hudson River on Thursday as part of the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation’s Hudson River Estuary Program’s 19th Annual “Day in the Life of the Hudson” event. Students helped gather data for DEC scientists while learning about the fish that call the river home, monitoring water… → Read More

Gov. Hochul will appeal judge's ruling on vaccine mandate

The numbers are up. Gov. Kathy Hochul on Wednesday showing just how much COVID-19 vaccination rates have risen since she's been in office and a deadline for healthcare workers to get their shots was put in place. → Read More

'Boss Lift' lets employers step into Air Guard members' boots

It's an annual tradition at Stratton Air National Guard Base that was put on hold last year due to the pandemic. Boss Lift flights give some of the region's business owners and executives a chance to climb on board and take to the skies, just like some of their employees who serve in the military do. → Read More

Back-to-school season has scammers in high gear

As back to school online shopping is in full swing, fraud experts warn this is prime time for scammers to up their game. → Read More

Man dies in motorcycle crash

Troy police say a man has died after a crash between a motorcycle and an SUV. It happened Friday night at the intersection of 5th Avenue and 107th Street in Lansingburgh. Police say they responded to the call a little after 9 pm. Once on scene the motorcycle operator was found unconscious. He was treated at the scene by members of the Troy Fire Department and then taken to a local hospital where… → Read More

Gloversville summer camp helps young adults with autism spectrum disorders

Transitions programs focus on life skills, cooking, handling finances and social interaction. → Read More

Three people shot in Albany

Albany Police say three people were shot early Saturday morning in the area of Third and Oak Streets. → Read More

Dramatic rise in COVID worries Warren County leaders

Warren County has the highest positivity rate in the state right now. → Read More

Albany pastor to sell JC Club building amid increasing violence in city

NewsChannel 13 has learned the JC Club building on Quail Street will hit the market this week. The building is run by Pastor Charlie Muller of Victory Christian Church. It comes on the heels of yet another shooting in the neighborhood that sent a man to the hospital. → Read More

Pandemic restrictions inspire group of racing lovers to co-own horse

Two-year-old Vallelujah is New York-bred and New York-born. She's owned by a group of 18 people. → Read More

Albany-based fraud expert warns of big travel scams

Does that vacation rental property you're eyeing on Airbnb look too good to be true? Chances are it might be. → Read More

Haiti unrest takes toll on humanitarian groups

The recent political unrest in Haiti is taking a toll on humanitarian groups, including one based in Saratoga County. → Read More

Capital City Rescue Mission helps those in need with 4th of July picnic

"We do that just to help anyone that walks in here you know to feel like home and everybody gets something to eat," said Capital City Rescue Mission Executive Chef Max Ansong. → Read More

Veteran scholarship bill awaits Gov. Cuomo's signature

There's a push to get Gov. Cuomo to sign a bill that expands eligibility for college scholarships for kids of veterans who were either disabled or killed while in the service. → Read More

Albany NAACP leader rejoices at signing of Juneteenth bill

Juneteenth is now a federal holiday. President Biden signed the bill making Juneteenth a national holiday on Thursday afternoon. → Read More

Beware of Father's Day scams

Another scam making the rounds right now is fake notices about Father’s Day packages either having arrived or being ready for delivery. Skiba says scammers pretend to be UPS or FedEx, hoping you’ll click on a link that contains a virus or give them personal information or money. Here are his tips for protecting yourself from both scams. E-Card Father's Day Scams: • Right click the link and put… → Read More

Early voting underway for NY's primary election

New York’s primary election is June 22 and early voting is now underway. NewsChannel 13 has been following the ongoing controversy in Rensselaer County, where earlier this week a judge ordered the Board of Elections to add another polling site in Troy. → Read More

Ralliers want old conviction records sealed and expunged in NY

There was a push at the state Capitol Tuesday to have old conviction records sealed and expunged. At least 2.3 million New Yorkers have conviction records, and advocates say those records make it very hard for them to overcome their pasts. → Read More