Wednesday, April 23, 2014


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New York State Police will resume their search Wednesday for a Scotia teen who disappeared a decade ago. As Maria Valvanis reports, Craig Frear was last seen in 2004.

Updated 6:57 AM

Police: Teen arrested for Watervliet bomb threats

Police arrest the Watervliet High School student they say is responsible for not only bomb threats at Watervliet Junior-Senior High School on Monday, but also a bomb threat in Michigan.

04/22/2014 10:09 PM

New details on proposed casino in East Greenbush

A day after the Saratoga Casino and Raceway announced plans to put a full-scale casino in East Greenbush, instead of at their racino in Saratoga Springs, we're now learning more on where it could be and what it will look like. Innae Park reports.

Updated 04/22/2014 07:13 PM

South Colonie Central School District unanimously passes budget

The South Colonie Board of Education unanimously voted to adopt a budget Tuesday night, that includes layoffs to nine staff positions and a 2.64 percent tax increase. And while school leaders say the cuts were a difficult decision to make, hundreds showed up to Tuesday's meeting to say life at school would be much more difficult without one popular teacher and coach that could lose his job. Madeleine Rivera reports.

04/22/2014 11:06 PM


Watch: Union Hockey's Parade of Champions (Full Coverage)

Watch the complete video footage as the Parade of Champions made it's way from the Union College campus to Schenectady City Hall to commemorate the national championship won by the men's hockey team!

Updated 04/21/2014 08:39 AM


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Available Now: TWC News App for iOS & Android

Good news for mobile users: In conjunction with the launch of the TWC News brand, we've launched a brand-new TWC News app that lets you watch your local news channel wherever you are. Updated 11:53 AM


New inclusive basketball league: Unified Sports

It's a true-to-life story about "a league of their own." A number of Capital Region high schools are teaming up to form a new basketball league, that's all about inclusiveness. Geoff Redick filed the following report. Updated 7:26 AM ClientIP:,,, UserAgent: CCBot/2.0 ( Profile: TWCSAMLSP Data Source: nHib. Cache Key ts_staNews9_sec1_reg_12 (d0bf0de97e502d09b59242cbe4984518) hit