Subrina Dhammi, WNYT NewsChannel 13

Subrina Dhammi

WNYT NewsChannel 13

Albany, NY, United States

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Recent articles by Subrina:

Capital Region billboards highlight opposition to vaccine mandates

There is a growing movement for those opposed to vaccine mandates. → Read More

Marylou Whitney's former chef now serving meals at residential school

The universal language of food is making a big difference at Charlton School in Burnt Hills. → Read More

New Saratoga Springs play space comes with mental health support

Improving mental health is the goal of a new play space opening up in Saratoga Springs. You normally think of just kids when you hear about a play space, but this one is also for their parents. → Read More

Malta-Stillwater EMS wants to set-up ambulance district

A public safety item is on the ballot for voters in Malta come Election Day. Malta-Stillwater EMS wants to establish an ambulance district for the first time since it was created 60 years ago. COVID is a big reason for that. → Read More

Shooting: Documents show Albany bar was first cited by city in June 2020

Documents show the Albany bar where seven people were shot over the weekend was first cited in June 2020. Meantime, a nearby business says the city’s rules for him to reopen after a forced shutdown are too harsh. → Read More

Small Saratoga County school takes charge of its own COVID testing

Every school in Saratoga County is partnering with the county to conduct in-school COVID testing, except the Charlton School. There's very good reason for that. → Read More

Attorney general giving Capital Region up to $32M to fight opioid crisis

New York State Attorney General Letitia James made a stop at Albany Medical Center on Tuesday as part of her "HealNY" tour. → Read More

Young Clifton Park authors honor late neighbor with sweet book

Halloween season is on the minds of many, including two young girls in Clifton Park. They just put a book together in honor of their neighbor who recently passed away. → Read More

Malta school hopes on-site saliva COVID tests help promote safety

A small private school in Malta is the first in Saratoga County to offer on-site saliva COVID testing for students and staff. Malta Montessori launched this in hopes of being proactive in keeping the school safer. → Read More

Injured Brookwood employee says violent assaults left him with PTSD

A Youth Division Aide 4 working directly on the units with the young offenders at Brookwood Secure Center in Claverack says he's been assaulted by the inmates there three times. → Read More

Injured Brookwood employee says tension was brewing before recent big fight

Sixteen juvenile offenders were transferred out of the Brookwood Secure Center in Claverack on Monday, after a large fight nearly two weeks ago, involving 20 juveniles. → Read More

Inside new Schoharie County Jail rebuilt after Irene's floods

The old Schoharie County Jail on Depot Lane in Schoharie was destroyed by Hurricane Irene 10 years ago. It took nearly nine years to get the new facility up and running, and NewsChannel 13 is the first station to take you inside. → Read More

Man arraigned from Albany Med bed on murder charges

The man accused in a violent crime spree was arraigned from his hospital bed Tuesday morning on charges of murder and attempted murder. → Read More

Widowed husband reflects on wife while reopening Malta Taekwondo school

Yumi Kageyama Refino was a local young entrepreneur and master Taekwondo instructor, who tragically died in a crash last month. She was driving north in Essex County, when she got into an accident with a tractor trailer while on her way to pick up a puppy. She was just 25 years old. → Read More

Shen school leaders respond to mask concerns

Parents and staff at Shenedehowa have a lot of concerns about masks and social distancing. The superintendent and the school board president both admit things are not perfect. But both are adamant that the school administration is pushing hard to make sure all teachers, staff and students follow the rules with masks. → Read More

UAlbany grad now chief with NYPD reflects on 9/11

We just marked 20 years since the 9/11 attacks, and we continue to hear stories from that terrifying day. A University at Albany graduate was one of the first to respond to Ground Zero, saw the second tower hit, and saved several lives. She's now a chief with the NYPD. → Read More

Shen superintendent tries clearing up mask confusion

Some parents at Shen are up in arms about the amount of time kids in some elementary schools were able to remove their masks in class during the first few days of school. Finally, the school superintendent is clarifying. → Read More

Fire department chaplain with Siena ties was first recorded death on 9/11

Father Mychal Judge had a personality that was larger than life. The New York City Fire Department Chaplain was praying with and for the victims, when he was hit by falling debris. → Read More

Saratoga Springs man says dad lost on 9/11 was his best friend

Don Kauth would wake up early Monday mornings and make the trip from Saratoga County to Manhattan for his job. → Read More

Stillwater family fondly remembers loved one killed in 9/11 attacks

Those who knew and loved Diane Moore Parsons called her Dani. She was always cooking for everyone. She even made special meals for her pets. → Read More