Counties with the most college graduates in New York

ALBANY, N.Y. (STACKER) — The American philosopher and psychologist John Dewey once said, “Education is not preparation for life; education is life itself.” Lowest-paying jobs in the Capital Region Dewey advocated for an educational paradigm called pragmatism, which stresses the importance of learning academic concepts by experiencing them firsthand, instead of through lecture and repetition in a … Read more

Police investigating lead in Frear disappearance after 17 years

SCOTIA, N.Y. (NEWS10) — Sunday marks 17 years since the disappearance of Craig Allen Frear. It’s also the third annual Candles for Craig Frear event. State police say they’re currently investigating a possible lead in the case of the missing Glenville teenager. Scotia community remembering Craig Frear’s disappearance 15 years later Seventeen when he disappeared, … Read more

End to COVID-19 hotel housing for homeless raises worries

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) — Everyone on the streets knows “Sir Charles,” the skinny guy with the saxophone, sunglasses, felt hat, and megawatt smile. At a gig this week at the iconic Elbo Room beach bar, he danced with a soda in his hand as the bouncers teased him, the ladies applauded and patrons slipped … Read more

Avanti Frozen Foods recalls shrimp products for Salmonella concerns

(WBRE 28/WYOU 22 EYEWITNESS NEWS) — You may want to check your freezers. Avanti Frozen Foods is recalling several shrimp products after the FDA tested and found Salmonella in a sample of frozen cooked shrimp. Shrimp brand names including: Censea, Hannaford, Open acres, Waterfront Bistro, Honest catch, COS, 365 and Meijer have the potential to … Read more

WATCH: Spectator at Tour de France causes massive crash after holding sign in path of oncoming cyclists

(NEXSTAR) – The group that organizes the Tour de France is filing a complaint against a spectator who caused a massive crash during the first day of the race. The spectator, who reportedly fled after the crash, had been holding up a sign reading “Allez Opi-Omi!” (loosely translated as “Go Grandpa-Grandpa”) approximately 45 kilometers from … Read more

Golfer’s paradise: House for sale in Webster has a golf course as its lawn

WEBSTER, N.Y. (WROC) — If you’ve ever dreamed of walking out your front door and being at a golf course, you may be in luck. A house currently listed for sale on Lake Point Drive in Webster has a personal golf course as its lawn, plus a ton of other cool features. Photo gallery (Photo … Read more

Troy police chief retiring after 23 years with department

TROY, N.Y. (NEWS10) — The Troy police chief is retiring after over 20 years of service. His last day will be July 14. Chief Brian Owens is a 23-year veteran of the Troy Police Department. He previously served as Patrol Sergeant, Patrol Captain, Detective Sergeant, Technology and Grants Captain and Assistant Chief of Patrol. In addition, … Read more

New York lights up landmarks for gay pride

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) — On Thursday, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo announced that landmarks across the state would be lit up in rainbow colors—red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and violet—to celebrate Pride month. Take a look at some well-lit local landmarks below: Landmarks across NYS to be lit red, black, and green in celebration of Juneteenth … Read more

Empire State Weekly State of Emergency Ended and Primary Results Fallout

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) — New York’s 15-month-old COVID-19 State of Emergency has now come to an end, marking another major milestone in the state’s recovery from the pandemic. This means Governor Cuomo no longer has the ability to issue any executive orders related to the pandemic, something Republicans had been pushing for for some time. … Read more

Officers, ranger rescue bald eagle, fawns

SCHOHARIE COUNTY, N.Y. (NEWS10) — The Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) says that environmental conservation officers performed two wildlife rescues in the Schoharie County area last week. Freedom: An injured bald eagle’s road to recovery In the first, on June 13, officers received a report of an injured bald eagle on the westbound side of … Read more