Giuliana Bruno, NEWS10 ABC

Giuliana Bruno


Albany, NY, United States

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Recent articles by Giuliana:

Baby formula woes continue, new task force formed

It’s been weeks since a major baby formula plant resumed production, and multiple shipments have been flown into the U.S. from overseas. However, many families remain in crisis over not being able to find the type their baby needs on the store shelves. → Read More

Guilderland senior home helps couple renew vows

Jeff and Ethel Kramer “still do.” With the help of their senior independent living home, they made their eternal promise again, decades later. → Read More

New rules at Gaffney’s are “working,” officials say

A bar in Saratoga is still a popular spot this summer, with new rules following a string of violence on Caroline Street. Saratoga Springs Public Safety Commissioner, Jim Montagnino, says heightened police presence and other new operating regulations have been working well at Gaffney’s. → Read More

Animal neglect investigation underway in Mayfield

Dozens of animals were removed from a property Tuesday in Mayfield as part of an animal hoarding investigation. This comes just as a local shelter is recovering from the last batch of neglected dogs to come through their doors. → Read More

Man accused of following women suspended from fire department

The Colonie man arrested after allegedly following women at Target, and filming or photographing at least one of them, has been suspended from his position as Lieutenant with the Midway Fire Department until further notice. According to Chief Eric Obermayer, 25-year-old Kevin Hart cannot set foot on fire department grounds at this time. → Read More

Capital Region tries to beat the heat

When the sun’s beating down and temperatures soar, it’s important to take advantage of whatever’s available to beat the heat. Local fire departments are experts on keeping cool, wearing some heavy gear just about every day on the job. → Read More

Shelters: more pets being returned, abandoned, abused

Animal shelters are reporting increases in pet returns, more abandoned pets coming through the doors, and more cruelty cases lately. → Read More

Pediatrician or clinic? How counties are vaxxing youngest kids

The COVID vaccine rollout is off to a slow start for the youngest Americans under 5. Recent CDC data shows only about 1.5% of the roughly 19.5 million children in the United States who recently became eligible have gotten the shot. Local counties are executing their own plans for making vaccines available to families who want them. → Read More

Jury deliberating trial of man charged in Ayshawn Davis death

Closing statements were made and jury deliberations began Wednesday in the trial of Jahquay Brown, charged with Second Degree Murder in the 2020 shooting death of 11-year-old Ayshawn Davis. → Read More

Judge: Deadline stays on Cambridge school mascot

CAMBRIDGE, N.Y. (NEWS10) – On Tuesday, a New York State Supreme Court judge ruled in favor of the New York State Department of Education regarding the mascot of Cambridge Central School District. The ultimatum: Intervention by the state Education Commissioner was sound, and the mascot will have to come down. → Read More

New York native confirmed as 2nd American death in Ukraine war

The U.S. Department of State confirmed the second American has died in the war in Ukraine. Stephen Zabielski was born in Amsterdam, N.Y., according to his obituary in The Recorder. → Read More

Juneteenth celebration planned in Gloversville Monday

A group called “I Can Breathe and I Will Speak” is holding a Juneteeth event in Gloversville Monday. According to a flyer for the event, a locally-filmed documentary will be screened. → Read More

Fulton County DA speaks out against bail reform

A Gloversville man has been arrested in connection to the stabbing death of John Lee, 77, of Gloversville. NEWS10 has learned more about the man who was charged with Second Degree Murder in Lee’s death. → Read More

Abandoned dogs continue recovery, owners scheduled for court

The owners of 10 dogs and several other allegedly abused animals on a property in Ephratah are due in court Thursday over charges that they tortured the animals. The Shih-Tzu breed pups are now in the care of foster homes and the Fulton County Regional SPCA. → Read More

Saratoga County ramping up lake patrols

Saratoga County Sheriff Michael Zurlo announced Tuesday that local law enforcement agencies will be cracking down on reckless and impaired boating on area waterways ahead of the summer season. Sheriff’s Deputies, New York State Police, New York Park Police, New York Environmental Conservation Police and Town of Stillwater Police together will step up their enforcement. → Read More

Hungry spongy moth caterpillars invade NY neighborhoods

The invasive spongy moth is causing headaches for residents in Saratoga Springs who can’t seem to rid their properties of the fuzzy larvae. They’re seen crawling on homes, garages, and falling from trees. → Read More

Clifton Park man takes plea deal in 2020 kidnapping case

The Clifton Park man indicted on charges connected to the 2020 kidnapping of his own son took a plea deal in Saratoga County Court Monday afternoon. Nivaldo Oliveira will no longer stand trial in September. → Read More

NY legislative session ends without passage of Clean Slate Act

The 2022 New York State legislative session ended with the Assembly Saturday morning. This, after lawmakers worked throughout the night voting on bills. The controversial “Clean Slate Act” failed to pass the Assembly. → Read More

Talking school safety with a Rensselaer resource officer

In the wake of the Uvalde school shooting, NEWS10 ABC is taking a closer look at how school districts are keeping students and staff safe. We visited the Rensselaer City School District to see it for ourselves. → Read More

Group rucks 22 miles in honor of Spc. Abigail Jenks

A group of college students went the distance this Memorial Day to honor a fallen soldier from the Capital Region. Jack Trimmings and Vincent Sablich led a ruck from their neighborhood in Wilton, to the Saratoga National Cemetery in Schuylerville. → Read More