Two New York State Police officers were involved in a high speed chase that ended with the suspect being shot and killed Tuesday, March 5.
New York State Police today released the named of the two people killed in the Jan. 30 fire at 197 Pratt Road in Indian Lake. Both were residents of the mobile home: Anna M. Tracey, 71, and Roy J. Tracey Sr. Autopsies were performed the same day as the fire at the Nathan Littauer Hospital Morgue by Dr. Jungeun Lee. Police are saying they have been “tentatively” identified; positive identification is pending further forensic examination.
An early morning fire on Wednesday, Jan. 30 in Indian Lake was fatal for two people.
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo Tuesday, Jan. 22 unveiled the proposed 2013-14 Executive Budget and Management Plan.
Jobs going to Queensbury
When Hacker Boat Co. received a state grant last month it was hailed as good news for the local economy. That turns out to be wrong.
A Warrensburg man was shot and killed during a hunting accident Saturday, Dec. 1 in the town of Chester, according to the Warren County Sheriff's Office.
Shortly after midnight Tuesday morning, an ambulance heading to CVPH Medical Center left the roadway.
Due to a bomb threat, law enforcement authorities imposed a lockdown at Warrensburg High School and evacuated students who took shelter in the bus garage about 100 yards away.
Dain Venne remembered as a hero
A local soldier has been killed in Aghanistan. Dain Venne, age 29, of Port Henry was killed along with two other U.S. soldiers by a roadside bomb in Afghanistan. His family was notified Saturday, Nov. 3.
Frontier Communications phone and Internet services have been down throughout parts of Essex, Warren and Hamilton county since early Wednesday morning, Oct. 10.
An elderly man was killed after he stepped in front of a train as it crossed Margaret Street in the City of Plattsburgh.
Guide believed to be intoxicated
On Sept. 27, at approximately noon, New York State Police from Indian Lake and Ray Brook responded to Chain Lakes Road in the town of Indian Lake for a report of a missing rafter. New York State Department of Environmental Conservation personnel, as well as members of the Hamilton County Sheriffs Department, Indian Lake rescue squad, and Indian Lake Fire Department also responded to assist in the investigation.
Police believe it to be missing man
A body found in Crown Point Sept. 7 has been tentatively identified as a missing Warren County man. State police said they believe the body is that of Keith R. Gill, age 45, of Chestertown and Bryn Mawr, Pa., who has been missing from a family camp on Loon Lake near Chestertown since Aug. 19.
David Fortune bought the lottery ticket at Kinney Drugs on Boynton Avenue in Plattsburgh and scratched it in a rush.
State Police continue to search for the missing man whose car was found in Crown Point. Keith Gill, 45, was reported missing after police found his car, a blue 1999 BMW with Pennsylvania plates, parked on Peasley Road on Monday, Aug. 20.