It’s Jail Time For Former Albany Empire Owner Antonio Brown
Some things just take too long in life, like former Albany Empire owner and destroyer Antonio Brown being held accountable for his actions. However, this weekend, the former NFL lightning-rod found himself locked up behind bars.
This GM Would Solve Foundational Issues For New York Mets
The New York Mets have had more than their fair share of dysfunctional general managers throughout the years. From Joe McDonald allowing "The Franchise" Tom Seaver to be traded in 1977 to hiring Jared Porter, in between his inappropriate text messages to reporters, the Mets GM position has been anything but "Amazin'."
New York Knicks Erratic Star Putting A New Shoe Forward
Many NBA experts predict that New York Knicks will go as far in the playoffs, as their up-and-down forward, Julius Randle will take them. If Randle is less than 100% (physically or mentally), New York has little chance of winning a title.
Sunday Will Reveal If Wilson Has A Future With New York Jets
Zach Wilson does not have to lead the New York Jets to victory on Sunday afternoon against the defending NFC Champion Philadelphia Eagles to have a successful game. Wilson just can't be the obvious reason that Gang Green loses.
Iconic Sportscaster Saves Pal’s Life At Upstate New York Eatery
Sportscasting Hall of Famer, Bob Costas is a proud alum of Syracuse University and frequents the area when his schedule allows. This particular trip is one that he and a friend won't soon forget.
They’re Out! 104.5 The Team’s ‘Intern Mike’ Week 6 ‘Hot Picks’
As the NFL season rolls into Week 6, 'Intern Mike,' Giarraputo from 104.5 The Team's 'The Drive with Charlie & Dan,' comes into the Sunday slate with his chest puffed out and an impressive 15-9-1 record.
Wrestling Family In Movie ‘The Iron Claw’ Had Roots In New York
The trailer for a new movie, "The Iron Claw," which is set to be released in December, starring Zac Efron and Jeremy Allen White, came out on Wednesday and the captivating story includes some tragic New York ties.
New York State Is Cashing-In On Your Sports Bets
The big winner these days in sports wagering is the State of New York. In the gambling report released by state Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli on Wednesday, it revealed that the Empire State is far exceeding expected tax revenues from sports wagering. Sounds great? Well, there is a good side and a bad side to every story.
Glens Falls Hockey Legend Stepping Down At ESPN
Tuesday was a sad day for the NHL hockey world, as long time player, coach and broadcaster Barry Melrose, who has strong ties to the Capital Region, announced he was retiring from the broadcast booth, as a result of complications from Parkinson's Disease.
Fishing Landmark On New York’s Salmon River Set To Close
According to newyorkupstate.com, the freshwater fishing industry generates $2 billion each in New York. The Salmon River, located on the eastern side of Lake Ontario just north of Syracuse, and its yearly salmon run of monster fish, has drawn anglers from across the world for decades, with hopes of reeling in a 30-pound beast, while standing in the shallow riverbed.
Top 25 Ranking For UAlbany Flips The Preseason Script In CAA
The UAlbany football team wasn't supposed to be very good this season. In fact, some 'experts' thought they would be pretty bad. Coming off of a 3-8 season in 2022, where the Great Danes didn't win a single game on the road, 2023 expectations were light, at best, by many but not all.
More New York Boaters Seen Intentionally Harassing Whales
It is not a secret that whales are amongst the most visible marine life to return in abundance to New York waters. The massive beasts of the sea can be seen frequently from Manhattan to Montauk. However, a dark secret regarding the New York whale population is coming to light, people are intentionally chasing them and bumping them.