Fallen New York State Police sergeant's son and daughter became troopers this week


State Police Sgt. Charles Salaway spent 27 years keeping the Capital Region safe before he died of cancer connected to his work searching for victims at ground zero in New York City in the aftermath of 9/11. Now, two of his five children have followed in his footsteps and become members of the State Police. Carson and Taylor Salaway graduated Wednesday from the State Police Academy.