Cassie Hudson, NEWS10 ABC

Cassie Hudson


New York, NY, United States

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Past articles by Cassie:

Off the Beaten Path: The Tailored Tea

Located near Albany International Airport, you’ll find a charming tea cafe house serving up sweet treats and savory scones. Housed inside an historic farmhouse, you’ll find The Tailored Tea. → Read More

19th century glass bottle found in Albany

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) – A relic from the past was discovered in Lincoln Park last week while excavating the Beaver Creek Clean River project. A blue glass ginger ale bottle from the 19th century was found fully intact, leading to questions about its origins. While excavating the Beaver Creek Clean River project, the Albany Water […] → Read More

Off the Beaten Path: Adirondack Salt Cave

Located in downtown Glens Falls, Adirondack Salt Cave is a wellness center that offers massages, reiki, and dry salt therapy. Dana and Greg Russell opened the family-owned business in 2017. → Read More

YMCA’s Evolution opens in Albany

The Capital District YMCA is the first Y in the country to open a specialty fitness facility that specializes in small group training classes. Evolution combines high intensity, performance-based training with active recovery classes for a complete package of specialized training. → Read More

Food closet helping families in need at Shaker Road Elementary School

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) – After their popular “Backpack Program” wasn’t getting enough support to meet increased need this school year, the staff at Shaker Road Elementary School took it upon themselves to create their own solution to fill the backpacks. With support from the school community, an in-house food pantry collects and distributes food to […] → Read More

Troy dog in running for “America’s Favorite Pet”

TROY, N.Y. (NEWS10) – An English Bulldog named Oliver Mush is currently in the running to be named “America’s Favorite Pet.” Currently in the quarterfinals of the competition, his parents are hoping to show the country why their favorite pet deserves to be ‘top dog.’ Chris Pelletier and Judi Morrissey got Oliver Mush when he […] → Read More

Annual birdhouse program takes flight in Ballston Spa

The 5th Annual Birdhouse program has returned after taking a pause in 2022. This year more than 1,000 birdhouses are available to be decorated and adorn the streets of Ballston Spa. → Read More

Four local athletes to compete on American Ninja Warrior

Preparations are underway as a group of local athletes are preparing to represent the Capital Region next month during filming of the TV show American Ninja Warrior. Two coaches and two athletes from the Ninja Lab family has been chosen to compete on the popular show. For three of the ninjas, it's there second chance at the competition. → Read More

Schenectady Restaurant Week: Tara Kitchen serving up a taste of Morocco

For more than a decade, Tara Kitchen has been serving up Moroccan cuisine in the Capital Region. With five locations, including a new restaurant in TriBeCa the Schenectady flagship on Liberty Street is the one that started it all. → Read More

Night to Shine returns to Albany after 2-year pause

After a two year pause, a one-of-a-kind prom sponsored by the Tim Tebow Foundation returned to the Capital Region on Feb. 10. The annual event called Night to Shine gives people with special needs the full celebrity treatment. → Read More

Off the Beaten Path: Rooted + Rind

The motto at Rooted + Rind in Delmar is every day is Earth Day. → Read More

Local historian creates adventure history YouTube series

SCHENECTADY, N.Y. (NEWS10) – Don Rittner won’t correct you if you call him a modern day “Indiana Jones.” The professor of archaeology, author of more than 50 books and historian wears many hats. His latest project is an adventure series on YouTube called “History on the Road.” Justyna Kostek, Director of Just More Theater in […] → Read More

Project Ella: Albany student honored for selfless service

In January, Academy of the Holy Names student Ella Schoenborn was recognized with the Youth Virtues, Valor, and Vision Award from the National Catholic Educational Association. → Read More

Off the Beaten Path: Jacob Alejandro

A husband and husband team in Troy is proving that passion is the perfect blend for their small business specializing in coffee called Jacob Alejandro. The coffee shop believes you don’t have to be in a big city to enjoy outstanding coffee. → Read More

Love Stories of the Capital Region: Hazel & Francis

On this Valentine's Day, we're sharing a love story that has withstood the test of time. In their nineties, Hazel and WW2 Veteran Francis Lentz reflect on their strong bond and the first year of marriage. → Read More

Love Stories of the Capital Region: Grey & Elizabeth

We’re continuing our "Love Stories of the Capital Region" series with a union that was born as partners on the dance floor. Elizabeth grew up in the Capital Region, never knowing the love of her life was across the globe in Ukraine. → Read More

Love Stories of the Capital Region: Peter & Ann

As we countdown to Valentine’s Day on Tuesday, we’re kicking off our "Love Stories of the Capital Region” series with a couple living at Summit at Eastwyck in North Greenbush. Peter and Ann's love story blossomed in the year of 1960. → Read More

Inside look at Ice Castles 2023 with Cassie & Jill

After a warm January delayed progress and pushed back their opening day, Ice Castles is set to open on Monday in Lake George. Our own Anna and Elsa, NEWS10’s Cassie Hudson and Meteorologist Jill Szwed team up again to bring us inside the winter fairy tale. → Read More

Off the Beaten Path: The Potter Hill Barn

Located in Hoosick Falls, you’ll find a brown and red barn with a friendly staff waiting to greet you! Christine Still opened The Potter Hill Barn in 1994 to bring her love of country home accents to her community. → Read More

North Colonie Superintendent reflects before retirement

On January 31, Joseph Corr will take his final walk through the hallways. The North Colonie Central School District Superintendent will retire Tuesday after 41 years of service in North Colonie and 50 years in education. → Read More