The local murder of a Lake Luzerne woman reached a national audience on Monday night with the Betrayed episode titled "Unholy Alliances" on Investigation Discovery.
Ski areas are collecting used and new goggles for medical professionals on the front lines fighting the coronavirus pandemic.
Food service adjusts to serving customers amid coronavirus pandemic.
Grab your gear and head out for one last free fishing day of the year.
The nights are getting colder and ski mountains in the area are gearing up for another season on the slopes.
The colors of fall are emerging across the region with yellows and reds in the Glens Falls/Lake George region.
If you checked your email for our daily email alerts and was wondering where they were, they likely landed in your junk email on Wednesday morning.
The 42nd annual South High Marathon Dance is about 48 hours away.
On Friday, President Donald Trump announced he will sign the spending bill which was approved in Congress late Thursday to keep the government open.
"She's in the mix!"
President Donald Trump gave his third State of the Union address to Congress on Tuesday night in the House chamber. Local, state and national politicians responded to the address via tweets and news releases.
State officials on Thursday announced an investigation into Apple's failure to warn consumers about a bug in the company's FaceTime group chat feature which allowed people to listen in without a user acknowledging the call.
Queensbury native and "The Voice" contestant Delaney Silvernell released her newest single "Bow & Arrow" this week to positive reviews.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed an executive order last year, which is now proposed in the executive budget for 2020, to protect and strengthen net neutrality in New York following the FCC rollback.
Insider, an online news site, is instructing its reporters to avoid Twitter this week.
On Monday, France's National Data Protection Commission announced the first fine levied against a U.S. tech company for not complying to the GDPR enacted in the EU.
Skiers and riders alike are gitty looking ahead to this weekend's snowfall as the biggest storm of the season is setting its sights on the Northeast for the holiday weekend.
Santa and his reindeer are en route and a partially shutdown government is not stopping NORAD from tracking his progress.
New York was one of nine states that lost population, according to the U.S. Census Bureau's report released on Wednesday.
On Wednesday, the Screen Actor Guild Awards nominees were announced which included some more praise for a locally filmed miniseries.
Today marks the anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor in the morning of Sunday, Dec. 7, 1941.
In case you missed the announcement, Jimmer and Whitney Fredette are expecting their second child.
If you are like me, you are always looking for a deal when it comes to lift tickets.
Facebook announced on Wednesday that it is expanding a service that highlights local news for its users.
With the recent snowy weather pattern and bitter cold expected on Thursday it may seem more like the Christmas holiday than Thanksgiving.