Subrina Dhammi, WNYT NewsChannel 13

Subrina Dhammi

WNYT NewsChannel 13

Albany, NY, United States

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Past articles by Subrina:

Johnstown-native says he's the only Republican who can beat Hochul

Another candidate running in the Republican primary for governor is Johnstown-native Harry Wilson. → Read More

Hochul hopes to make history as state's first woman elected governor

Gov. Kathy Hochul is looking to make history again, looking to become the first woman elected as governor of New York state. → Read More

Capital Region teachers reflect on another tough school year

Summer break is here for most schools in the Capital Region. With another year of the pandemic and tragedy in Texas, school safety is on top of educators' minds. → Read More

Capital Region teachers say COVID still having big effect on education

The final days of this school year are upon us. Most districts are wrapping up this week, after two years of COVID impacting our how students learn, and how our teachers teach. → Read More

Albany 6th graders get Juneteenth history lesson

Students across the Capital Region recently got their very first lesson on Juneteenth and the significance of the day. → Read More

Mother of Albany murder victim seeks answers

Albany police are still trying to figure out who killed a 30-year-old woman found dead in her apartment last week. Ahsid Hemingway Powell's mother, Jackie, was at the apartment Tuesday, cleaning it out. → Read More

Albany County sheriff confident in decision to drop out of state Senate race

Albany County Sheriff Craig Apple is talking more about the decision to end his state Senate campaign. → Read More

Shop owner: Gun in Buffalo supermarket shooting was legally sold

For the first time since the Buffalo mass shooting, we're hearing from the owner of the gun shop where the accused shooter purchased the AR style gun used in the attack. → Read More

Critical mental health help in short supply for some young people

The mental health crisis is at a critical level. At a time when our young people need even more services, some services are no longer available right now. It's already having a ripple effect. → Read More

School leader, health professional on talking with kids about Texas shooting

School staff in many cases are trying to figure out how to talk to students about the tragic elementary school shooting in Texas. → Read More

Community where alleged Buffalo gunman grew up searches for answers

NewsChannel 13's Subrina Dhammi took a trip out to Conklin, New York on Monday. It's a quiet, small town that's a little more than two hours from the Capital Region and short drive from Binghamton. → Read More

Meet the Student Chair Committee of the South High Marathon Dance

One of the most amazing parts of the South High Marathon Dance is the students who organize it. Nine students all work together to raise money and put on this incredible event. → Read More

Asian American Saratoga Springs mayor recalls being target of racism

Saratoga Springs Mayor Ron Kim made history when he was elected to lead the city. He is the first Asian American mayor of a city in all of New York state. → Read More

Asian UAlbany students recall painful moments of racism

UAlbany students Ji-Won Lee, Tingting Liu and Jaci Young are sharing what life has been like as a student in the Capital Region since COVID hit. → Read More

UAlbany professor using conversation to tackle Asian American racism

NewsChannel 13 is kicking off a week of in-depth reporting on violence and hate crimes against the AAPI community. UAlbany Sociology Professor Angie Chung has made it her focus to study this topic for the past two years. → Read More

Troy church collects police vests for Ukraine

Capital Region residents have been gathering supplies to send to Ukraine. Now some very specialized equipment is coming from police departments in the Capital Region. → Read More

Longtime Northumberland supervisor lost family in 1987 bridge collapse

Willard Peck, known as Bill, lost his mom Mary Lou, and his sister Kristy, the day the Thruway bridge collapsed over the Schoharie creek, April 5, 1987. → Read More

Special course demonstrates dangers of distracted driving

April is "Distracted Driving Awareness Month." The state National Safety Council estimates our roads are the most dangerous they've been in years. → Read More

Schoharie church helping Polish sister church taking in Ukrainian refugees

The Schoharie Reformed Church is sending help to a church in Poland that’s taking in refugees from Ukraine. The two places of worship have had a friendship for nearly two decades. Right now, that partnership is needed more than ever. → Read More

Attorney for suspect shot by Albany police looks toward future

The case of Jordan Young will soon go to a grand jury. Young is the man seen on body cam video running towards Albany police holding what appears to be a knife. He was shot by an Albany officer and is still in serious condition at Albany Medical Center. → Read More