North Country News

New York State Police

A Paul Smith’s College student has been arrested for making threats against the campus through social media.

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The winter sports sliding venue that's home ice for the U.S. luge, bobsled, and skeleton teams is set to open.

A New York grand jury is expected to hear evidence in a fatal car crash involving a state trooper that killed a 33-year-old upstate woman.

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A New York judge has denied a college's petition to add benefactor Joan Weill to its name, citing the will of the founding donor.

A New York judge has denied a college's petition to add benefactor Joan Weill to its name, citing the will of the founding donor.

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State forest rangers are battling a growing wild fire in the eastern Adirondack woods that has scorched about 100 acres since an unattended campfire sparked the blaze over the weekend.

Rob Fountain/Press Republican - pool photographer

A former New York prison worker who helped two murderers escape from a maximum-security lockup has been sentenced to up to seven years behind bars.

Plattsburgh Press Republican

Twenty years ago, an event that many believed signaled the death knell for the Plattsburgh region occurred.  The Plattsburgh Air Force Base was officially closed and decommissioned at the end of September 1995. WAMC’s North Country Bureau Chief Pat Bradley looks back.

Adirondack Council

The Adirondack Council has released its annual report assessing actions by governmental leaders and agencies toward the Adirondack Park. 

Rob Fountain/Press Republican - pool photographer

A former New York prison worker who helped two murderers escape from a maximum-security lockup says she played along when they talked about their plan and never intended to pick them up.

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