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Solar furnace invention heating up

Solar furnace invention heating up

Are you already concerned about how you're going to pay to heat your home this winter? Well, one man from a tiny town in Berkshire County says he has your solution. Our Ryan Burgess explains. Updated 10/24/2008 04:55 AM

Rochester court hears argument in "Bucky" appeal

Rochester court hears argument in "Bucky" appeal

He led police on one of the longest searches in state police history. Along the way he shot three state troopers, killing one of them. Now Ralph "Bucky" Phillips is appealing his conviction. Seth Voorhees has the latest. Updated 10/21/2008 06:43 AM

Gas below $3 in Albany

Gas below $3 in Albany

Locally gas prices are reflecting the national average. AlbanyGasPrices.com shows today's average at $2.97 a gallon in Albany. That's down four cents from yesterday and down 27 cents from last week. Updated 10/20/2008 10:48 AM

M.S. symposium at Marriott

M.S. symposium at Marriott

Multiple Sclerosis is a chronic and often times disabling disease that attacks the central nervous system. Patients, families, caregivers and health care professionals are gathering at the Marriott Hotel on Wolf Road in Albany this morning to talk about the advancements made in research and treatment. Kaitlyn Ross reports. Updated 10/20/2008 10:41 AM

Police search for robbery suspect

Police search for robbery suspect

Colonie Police continue to investigate a robbery. They say a man tried to rob an Exxon Mobil on Central Avenue near Osborne Road. Updated 10/20/2008 08:45 AM

21st congressional candidates debate

21st congressional candidates debate

As Election Day nears candidates vying for the 21st congressional seat are thrusting themselves into the publics' view. Democrat Paul Tonko and Republican Jim Buhrmaster challenged each other in another open forum debate. Our Dave Detling reports. Updated 10/20/2008 08:36 AM

Thousands participate in largest breast cancer walk

Thousands participate in largest breast cancer walk

If you drove by Washington Park Sunday afternoon in Albany, then you certainly saw a sea of pink. If you participated in the "Making Strides Walk" you were part of the largest Breast Cancer Awareness Event in the Capital Region. 10/19/2008 05:57 PM

Youth movement toward voting

Youth movement toward voting

It's getting down to the wire and in most races, every vote is precious. As Curtis Schick reports, in the 20th Congressional District, both sides are feeling a youth movement. 10/19/2008 12:58 PM

String of robberies in Lenox

String of robberies in Lenox

A string of Robberies has Lenox police reminding residents not to keep valuables in their cars. 10/19/2008 12:17 PM

Pet food recall

Pet food recall

We have another pet food recall to tell you about. The Hartz Mountain Corporation is voluntarily recalling some of its chicken-basted rawhide chips for dogs. 10/19/2008 11:36 AM

A little energy can go a long way

A little energy can go a long way

With all the talk of energy this election year, people are wondering if anyone has the right idea. Now yet another plan has come from what may be the unlikeliest of places. Our Britt Godshalk reports from the playground at Woodland Hill Montessori School in North Greenbush. Updated 10/19/2008 05:59 AM

Woodworkers provide community service

Woodworkers provide community service

A group known as the Northeastern Woodworkers Association is whittling up a storm in Saratoga County. Created in 1991, the group was founded to bring like minded craftsman together. However, as our Dave Detling reports, these artisans are doing more than just cutting wood; they're providing community service. Updated 10/19/2008 05:55 AM

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