Computer trouble halts Hubble Space Telescope observation

Astronauts Steven L. Smith and John M. Grunsfeld are photographed during an extravehicular activity (EVA) during the December 1999 Hubble servicing mission of STS-103, flown by Discovery. The Hubble Space Telescope has been blindsided by computer trouble, with all astronomical viewing halted, NASA said Wednesday. The orbiting observatory has been idle since Sunday when a … Read more

The best non-Amazon products to buy on Prime Day

BestReviews is reader-supported and may earn an affiliate commission. Details. Non-Amazon Prime Day deals  While Prime Day is an Amazon event, there are plenty of non-Amazon products worth scooping up during its 2 days. Prime Day hosts a wealth of deals on items from top brands. Many of these products will drop to their lowest prices … Read more

Teen locked out of Nevada home found stuck in chimney: firefighters

HENDERSON, Nev. (KLAS) – An 18-year-old girl determined to get inside her family’s locked home wound up stuck inside the chimney, firefighters said. Kitten stuck under car goes through car wash before being safely rescued Firefighters responded to the Henderson, Nevada house to free the teenager from the sooty confines of the brick shaft Tuesday … Read more

President Biden gifts Steuben crystal sculpture to Russian President Putin

(WETM/AP) – President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin held diplomatic talks in Geneva on Tuesday that included a gift with connection to the Southern Tier. According to the White House, President Biden gifted President Putin a crystal sculpture of an American Bison by Steuben Glass of New York, “a stately interpretation of one … Read more

Warren County COVID update for June 16

WARREN COUNTY, N.Y. (NEWS10) – Warren County Health Services confirmed two new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, along with four recoveries. The county is monitoring nine active coronavirus cases, including one hospitalized case. Tracking coronavirus cases by county Wednesday’s cases break a stream of caseless days for the county, but leave it at the lowest daily … Read more

Tracking the Tropics: Development in southern Gulf likely by end of week

TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) — Tropical development continues to be more likely in the Bay of Campeche – in the southwestern Gulf of Mexico – by the end of the week. An area of showers and storms has been monitored by the National Hurricane Center for the past four days and a tropical depression will likely … Read more

Wood water mains hundreds of years old found in Albany

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10)- Wooden water main pipes were removed by the City of Albany Water Department while they were doing some work near City Hall. They said the wooden water mains are a throwback to the late 1700s. Fireworks celebrate NY reaching COVID vaccine benchmark Tree trunks bored through the center were laid end to … Read more

PHOTOS: Fireworks, illuminated landmarks celebrate end of COVID restrictions in New York

NEW YORK (WETM) – Fireworks were set off simultaneously across New York State on Tuesday night in celebration of COVID-19 restrictions being lifted by Governor Cuomo. Fireworks celebrate NY reaching COVID vaccine benchmark Firework shows were set up in New York Harbor, Jones Beach State Park, Binghamton University M Lot, Lake Placid, Nyack, Utica, Niagara … Read more

Bear spends an hour trapped inside car with a case of beer

LARKSPUR, Colo. (KDVR) — Colorado Parks and Wildlife officers say a bear got trapped inside a car for at least an hour after it broke in on Tuesday. CPW said the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office helped a wildlife officer get the bear out of the vehicle and release it back into the wild. Bear captured … Read more

Playhouse Stage Co. to put on Washington Park summer shows at full capacity

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) — This summer, Playhouse Stage Company will operate their musical series at Albany’s Park Playhouse in its traditional first-come, first-served manner for the free lawn seating, and will not restrict capacity. Sound designer Tommy Rosati and other Playhouse staff had a spring in their step Wednesday morning while they unloaded wooden platforms … Read more