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Schneiderman's temporary replacement A profile of Eric Schneiderman's temporary replacement, Barbara Underwood. Good riddance Sarah Foss says "good riddance" to Schneiderman. Two of the women -- who had longterm relationships with Schneiderman -- talked to the magazine on the record, their accounts detailed and corroborated by others. While these allegations are unrelated to my professional conduct or the operations of the office, they will effectively prevent me from leading the office's work at this critical time.
Jimmy Vielkind, in a run-through of possibilities: Building and codes inspectors Lauren Stanforth in a large Times Union review of local building and codes inspection operations: The city of Albany was an early adopter of the program and former police chief Brendan Cox is now part of the national org.
Quackenbush Center The developer of the proposed mixed-use project next to Quackenbush Square in downtown Albany says construction bids were much higher than expected , but the company is still committed and is reformulating the plan. Cynthia Nixon has yet to do so.
Lincoln Park sewer facility The sewer facility proposed for a ravine in Albany's Lincoln Park continued to face skepticism at a public meeting Thursday evening. The plan to fix a problem in Albany that's been a century in the making -- and the concerns about that fix.
Albany school board election There will be four candidates for three positions on the Albany school board for the May 15 election -- which will, oddly, involve two ballots. Police officers arrested Four law enforcement officers -- three of them from the Galway Police Department -- were arrested Tuesday on charges they falsified documents filed with the state related to officer training.
The state Attorney General's office has been investigating the village police department for all sorts of alleged misconduct, including the falsification of training credentials for officers who have ended up taking jobs at other police agencies around the region. The village has a tiny police force with a tiny budget and the mayor says its main purpose is to deter speeding. Sick days There's a proposed Albany County law that would mandate paid sick time for the employees of private sector employers in the county.
Albany County exec Dan McCoy has supported this idea. The Capital Region Chamber is opposing the legislation and sent out an email to members this week urging them to speak out against it. Siena coach search A "source close to the situation" has been telling local media outlets that Jamion Christian will be the next Siena men's basketball coach. Rodger Wyland has been saying this since last week.
Winthrop coach Pat Kelsey had also been a rumored candidate. Schenectady landslide report A report released to the Daily Gazette on Monday shows water from a broken water service line that leaked into a dirt basement floor of a Barney Street home caused the Schenectady landslide earlier this year.
Silver trial Sheldon Silver's retrial got underway on Monday with prosecutors claiming the former Assembly speaker abused his power for personal gain by taking bribes, while the defense told the court "Everything that happened in this case was not only legal Hochul Kathy Hochul called rumors that she'll be dropped from Andrew Cuomo's democratic ticket a "non-story," but Cuomo has publicly suggested that she run for Chris Collins' House seat.
Opioids A look at the changing approach -- and barriers that still remain -- to offering immediate access to withdrawal medication for people suffering from opioid addiction , which could significantly reduce the number of overdoses.
Galway Police Department Brendan Lyons reports that the state Attorney General's office has been investigating the Galway village police department for allegations of all sorts of misconduct. Suspension disparities Black students in many Capital Region schools districts are suspended at much higher rates than their white classmates , according to recently released federal data -- and parents say they're concerned their children have been treated differently.
Harassment in state government Vivian Wang on three recent cases of alleged harassment involving state employees and the lack of a single investigative body or agency to handle complaints of harassment brought by people working for New York State: What policies do exist are not always followed. And for all the sleek uniformity that officials have promised in recent weeks, none of the new policies fully address how, in practice, it will be achieved.
Race for governor Marc Molinaro says he's secured enough endorsements to claim the Republican nomination for governor. It includes parts of Saratoga, Washington, Rensselaer, and Columbia counties. Marchione to retire State Senator Kathy Marchione announced on Wednesday that she will not run for re-election. Marchione cited family reasons for stepping away from the Senate, but Democrats are buoyed by her decision to leave , combined with the results of this week's special election.
In a letter, Cuomo told Felder," You have said that you act in the best interest of your constituents. For their benefit, now is the time that matters. Polls are open until 9 pm. Check with the state Board of Elections or your county board of elections site. And its fate in the state legislature isn't clear , in part because of a key swing vote in the state Senate.
Chris Churchill commented that the bag ban is an example of Cuomo's "great Cynthia Nixon freak-out. Albany homicide Albany police say a year-old man died after being shot multiple times near Clinton Street and Second Ave in the South End map Sunday afternoon. APD says it's investigating and asking anyone with info to call or provide an anonymous tip.
It's Albany's second homicide of the year. Federal prosecutors allege that Mack recruited women for what was described as a mentorship group but instead were sexually exploited. Mack had been previously listed as an unidentified co-conspirator.
Schenectady landslide In a notice of claim filed against the city of Schenectady, owners of a rental property on Nott Terrace allege that the city knew there was a water leak on the hillside above their property that was weakening hillside before the January landslide. The man was trapped in a residence by the landslide says he's been suffering from physical injuries and PTSD. An attorney for neighbors who oppose the project says there may be further legal challenges.
Schenectady City Council president workplace violence allegation Schenectady City Council president Ed Kosiur said in a letter that he raised his voice and was impolite during an exchange with city employees, but he strongly disagrees that he violated the city's workplace violence policy. Teens sentenced in Mechanicville murder The 17 year old and 20 year old who admitted to robbing and fatally shooting a Mechanicville man last summer, were sentenced to 18 years to life and 20 years to life respectively.
Sentencing in death of teen Nineteen-year-old Christopher Miranda was sentenced to 5 to 15 years in prison for the death of year-old Zachery Brown, struck and killed on a Saratoga County roadside last year, driving at speeds of up to miles per hour. Car crashes into yards, home and hydrant A car crashed into the porch of a Schenectady home on Albany Street early Thursday morning, hitting three yards, a fire hydrant and flipping an SUV in its path.
The driver and two passengers were taken to the hospital for treatment. Police taped RPI protest Troy police officers hired by RPI videotaped a protest at the school last fall, and handed the tape over to institute officials, who used it to identify protest leaders.
A middle class guy Andrew Cuomo released his tax return on Tuesday, and declared himself a " middle class guy. Sheehan campaign complaint The state Board of Elections has filed a complaint alleging Kathy Sheehan's mayoral campaign took contributions from donors that exceeded limits , filed late reports, and violated a law that forbids political parties from holding raffles -- a campaign spokesman said the campaign has been working with the state BOE "to amend filings and ensure compliance.
Schenectady code enforcement Schenectady city officials told a city council committee meeting that the city's buildings department is more quickly addressing code violation reports , emphasizing training, and working toward other improvements. The department has been the subject of significant criticism following the fatal Jay Street fire. Nurses there say they're seeking a voice in staffing decisions as well as fair wages and benefits.
Ahead of the announcement when it became apparent he wasn't going to get the endorsement, Andrew Cuomo said he wouldn't be seeking it. The last two labor unions that were part of the Working Families Party also exited. The endorsement also possibly has some implications for future ballot lines. When upstate is ruled, as it usually is, by downstate politicians with so little understanding of its needs, wants and culture, the region can only continue to suffer and dwindle.
Marijuana legalization Andrew Cuomo on marijuana legalization: Schenectady police Last year's Court of Appeals ruling that Schenectady's public safety commissioner can preside over police disciplinary hearings includes a provision that the trial portion of the process is open to the public -- though the three cases that come up since then have been resolved before reaching that point.
Former mayor pleads guilty The former mayor of Stillwater -- Rick W. Nelson -- has pleaded guilty to child pornography charges. He's facing years in prison. Roger Stone and James O'Keefe at Siena Siena is hosting a student-organized free speech conference this weekend that will feature many conservative political figures and operatives , including Roger Stone and James O'Keefe.
NXIVM founder Keith Raniere is scheduled to appear in federal court in Brooklyn this week on charges of sex trafficking and conspiracy to commit forced labor. Suspicious device removed from Ballston Spa railroad track State, local and federal authorities safely removed what appeared to be a pipe bomb from railroad tracks in Ballston Spa on Wednesday. The city has been working with the state in recent years on its fiscal situation, submitting itself to a review by an outside firm at the state's request.
Holocaust memorial Niskayuna residents turned out Tuesday night to voice their opinions on a controversial Holocaust Memorial proposed for Route 7. Raniere attorney NXIVM leader Keith Raniere has retained Paul DerOhannesian a criminal defense attorney and former prosecutor from Albany to defend him against federal charges of sex trafficking and conspiracy to commit forced labor.
Troy police Troy mayor Patrick Madden says the city should get an independent expert to assess the size of the city's police force with an eye toward expanding the force in order to purse community policing. Siena coach investigation A "person who witnessed the incident but is not authorized by the school to comment" tells the Times Union that they saw Siena men's basketball coach push a player out a chair during a team review session , an incident Brendan Lyons reports is now a subject of the investigation of Patsos.
Albany Med nurse unionization A look at the heated situation surrounding the current unionization campaign among nurses at Albany Med. Greenfield woman shot in head The Saratoga County Sheriff's office says a Greenfield woman was shot in the head by her boyfriend during a domestic incident Saturday night, and was in critical condition. Neighbors said they heard yelling before the gunshot.
The sheriff's office says the boyfriend has been charged with first-degree assault. Fatal industrial accident Colonie police say a man working for a landscaping and excavation company died Saturday after he was pinned between by two pieces of equipment.
The capacity crowd of people had a series of pointed questions for Stefanik, and some of her answers prompted derisive laughter and boos. Schenectady County jail employee resignations following raid State Police say a former Schenectady County jail guard was arrested last week as part of a drug investigation, which prompted an internal investigation by the Schenectady County Sheriff's Department and Sheriff Dominic Dagostino says four jail employees have resigned as a result.
Troy police drug unit closed New Troy police chief Brian Owens has closed the department drug unit that had included members now facing charges related to an alleged coverup of a warrantless search, and says he's focusing the department on community policing.
Andrew Cuomo said the move would put Andrea Stewart-Cousins on track to be the first woman to lead a Senate majority conference, but Dems still have to pick up two Senate seats in special elections later this month for that to happen. Man killed on train tracks Police in Colonie say a man was killed by an Amtrak passenger train after he appeared to purposely step out in front of the train.
Jay Street fire A Schenectady County grand jury review of the situation surrounding the Jay Street fatal fire concludes that " the numerous failures of the Schenectady Bureau of Code Enforcement office He criticized Andrew Cuomo for "an administration focused inward, not on the people, but on self-preservation, political survival and presidential ambitions.
Experts say it's unclear the workarounds will work. State budget As of Friday morning there was still no overall deal on a state budget as leaders try to get things nailed down before the start of the religious holidays and the start of the new fiscal year.
Though the state legislature continued the tradition of passing bills in the middle of the night. A look at a few of the sticking points , which sometimes come down to individual members. Nurse unionization at Albany Med The Cuomo admin announced Thursday that the state Department of Labor will be investigating alleged "threatening and coercive behavior" at Albany Med being used against the campaign to unionized nurses there.
Albany Med, in a statement to the Times Union, countered that it has "received numerous reports of our nurses who intend to vote no being subjected to intimidation and bullying by union supporters. But several controversial policy issues may be left off the negotiating table , including early voting, tuition aid for undocumented immigrants, and a law that would make it easer for victims of child abuse to sue abusers. Cuomo on bailing out casino In response to questions abou the struggling Del Lago casino, which is having trouble competing with the Seneca Indian Nation casinos, Andrew Cuomo said Wednesday that he has no interest in bailing out private businesses.
Budget Legislators are scrambling to finish up the budget early so they can get home for Passover and Good Friday, and it appears a number of issues may be left out of the plan, including taxes, immigration policy, sexual harassment and the Child Victim's Act. NXIVM founder arrested The Department of Justice announced that Keith Raniere -- the founder of Nxivm, the secretive org based in Colonie -- is facing charges for alleged sex trafficking, sex trafficking conspiracy and forced labor conspiracy.
The group is alleged to have branded women with a cauterizing device and required them to submit compromising material about themselves. She also the criticized what she described as the "the old boys' club" arrangement in state government. So drives these threats? APD said a man was shot in the leg and suffered non-life threatening injuries.
It described the situation as "an isolated incident that occurred inside of a single room at the motel in which the victim and suspects were known to each other.
Charges in Schenectady school crash A Schenectady man is facing charges for driving through a window into a classroom at Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Elementary School in the early morning hours on Wednesday. The teen is charged with making a terroristic threat, which carries a maximum penalty of 2 to 7 years in prison. Capital Region population growth up while upstate population declines According to new census data, the Capital Region added nearly 17, residents since , making it the only Upstate New York region to show population growth in that time period.
A letter to parents from the principal says that the threat was not credible but the district was still taking it seriously. Car slams into school Schenectady's Martin Luther King Elementary School is closed today , after a car drove through a window and into a classroom overnight. Abuse allegations at state agency Brendon Lyons reports that a n unreleased state Inspector General's investigation found that a top official at the state Division of Criminal Justice Services threatened female employees and engaged in years of sexual harassment, racism, and ageism -- but the official was not disciplined and two women who testified as part of the investigation were punished.
Cole crash trial From Friday: A Saratoga County court jury found John W. Cole guilty of felony assault, driving while ability impaired, and reckless driving -- and acquitted him of two other charges -- for the March crash in Halfmoon that left one of his passengers a quadriplegic.
He faces two to seven years at sentencing. Scott Shapiro -- the husband of Deanna Shapiro, was seriously injured: Plot against judge was made up Albany County sheriff Craig Apple says it's been determined that the reported plot against state Supreme Court justice Thomas Breslin was made up by a county jail inmate in an effort to get a deal.
Guilty plea in Cohoes fire John Gomes pleaded guilty to fourth-degree arson for starting the burn barrel fire that got out of control in November destroying a damaging numerous buildings in Downtown Cohoes.
Fatal crash on Cohoes Waterford Bridge Police continue to investigate a fatal car crash that closed down the Cohoes-Waterford Bridget this morning. The Percoco trial and the Cuomo administration The Percoco trial raised a number of ethics and transparency questions about the Cuomo administration.
Andrew Cuomo says the suggestions he knew about Joe Percoco's actions are "political garbage. Anything less is unacceptable.
Based on the above it was the safest way to remove the immediate hazard, given the circumstances presented. The acting CPD chief said the department will work to develop different procedures for similar situations in the future.
Oquendo sentencing A State Supreme Court justice sentenced Johnny Oquendo to 27 years to life in prison for the murder of his stepdaughter Noel Alkaramla. Oquendo, who represented himself at the sentencing , maintained his innocence in a statement to the court.
Percoco jury deadlocked The jury in the corruption trial of Joe Percoco has again told a judge that it is deadlocked , but the judge in the case wants them to continue trying to reach a verdict. Fatal fire in Rensselaer Three members of a Rensselaer family -- a child, mother, and grandmother -- died in a house fire early Sunday morning. Two other children suffered injuries , one of them serious. Officials say it's not clear yet what caused the fire -- it gutted the entire home -- and it's under investigation.
More than a hundred people gathered outside the house on Sunday for a vigil. Oquendo sentencing delayed Johnny Oquendo's sentencing for the death of Noel Alkaramla in Troy was postponed again -- to next Monday -- after the judge ruled the new sentencing report hadn't been made available with enough time ahead of the sentencing. The judge also ruled that Oquendo can now represent himself with his most recent attorney on standby.
Percoco trial The jury in the Joe Percoco case is still deliberating , apparently to the chagrin of almost everyone involved. Snow An estimated 7, Capital Region residents are without power after Wednesday's snowstorm. Twenty-eight flights were canceled at Albany International Airport. Amtrak will continue operating on a modified schedule on Thursday due to the storm. Jay street fire A survivor of the Jay Street fire comes to terms with the verdict in the David Tyree case, and with his own suffering.
Schumer's infrastructure plan Chuck Schumer's proposal to improve infrastructure and create jobs by eliminating tax breaks from the nation's wealthiest individuals and corporations. Snow New York State has issued a travel advisory and many schools are closed and events canceled due to winter storm Quinn.
Tyree acquitted A jury acquitted former Schenectady code enforcement officer Kenneth Tyree of four counts of manslaughter and criminally negligent homicide in connection with the fatal Jay Street fire. Jay Street fire inspection trial The trial of former Schenectady inspector Kenneth Tyree had closing arguments Monday. The prosecution argued Tyree didn't put in the necessary effort to do his job correctly and, if he had, the four deaths in the fire could have been prevented.
The defense said that Tyree told his supervisor what he saw and argued Tyree is being scapegoated for the fire. Guns The state Senate passed a group of bills Monday backers said would increase safety for schools from gun violence -- including allowing retired police officers to earn more as school resource officers without a waiver, requiring schools to hold two active shooter drills a year, and Jim Tedisco's vanity license plate for funding armed guards in schools.
None of the bills deals directly with gun laws, which prompted sharp criticism from Democrats in the chamber. And Tedisco's bill in particular was mocked. Washington Ave Armory suing Migos The company that owns the Washington Ave Armory is suing Migos , alleging the hip hop group's actions encouraged and incited the brawling at their concert there. The incident led to the venue being hit with a nuisance abatement order and it ended up surrendering its liquor license.
And a person who says he was seriously injured at the concert has also filed a suit against Migos and the Armory. NYSP say two troopers had responded to a call for single-vehicle crash in the median. A two truck arrived with two operators. And then, with the scene marked off flares, State Police say another driver failed to move over, hit the patrol car, then hit both troopers and one of the tow truck operators -- all three suffered serious injuries and were hospitalized.
The second tow operator and the driver of the second vehicle also suffered injuries. The second driver is facing DWI and "numerous others" traffic charges.
It was like a hurricane coming through. There's no reason why he shouldn't have seen it. Schenectady police excessive force case According to a Schenectady Police Department internal affairs reports, an SPD lieutenant who had been up for the job of police chief had shown photos of a woman whose head had been busted open when officers slammed her head into a bench and told other members of the force "this is what happens when someone hits one of my men" -- the report concluded that the officers hadn't followed training and the use of force was excessive.
The report surfaced in a federal court filing as part of a lawsuit filed by the woman. Snow Things changed -- as the forecast probabilities suggested they might -- and we're getting a lot of snow. The NWS forecast as of 9 am is projecting an expected snowfall of 14 inches in Albany , with higher totals to the west.
There are, of course, many cancellations and delays. Even better, don't head out if you don't have to. And take it slowly with the shoveling -- it's wet and heavy snow.
Trial related to Jay St fire The prosecution cross examined former Schenectady housing inspector Kenneth Tyree Thursday about his inspection of Jay Street -- Tyree said he didn't have experience with alarm systems and was told to look but not touch the building's alarm system. At one point during the questioning, when the prosecution mentioned the victims of the fire, Tyree started sobbing.
Guilty verdict for man shot by Schenectady police The man shot by Schenectady police last year -- an incident shown on Facebook Live by a bystander -- was found guilty on charges connected to the case , including criminal possession of a weapon.
The weapon was a loaded sawed-off shotgun that police say the man threw to the porch of a nearby home, and prosecutors say his DNA was on the gun handle -- SPD has not said what the object was that the man was accused of pointing at police. Prominent judge receives death threats Death threats received by State Supreme Court judge Thomas Breslin have been deemed credible and police are guarding his home while an investigation is underway. Cuomo on gun control Andrew Cuomo is blaming members of his own party in Congress for failing to advance tough gun control measures.
The resolution is not a settlement and won't release the companies from future reimbursement costs and damages. Former priest and abuser found dead in jail A former Long Island Catholic priest who was arrested for child sexual abuse last year at a Washington County retreat, was found dead on Tuesday in a Saratoga County jail cell.
The Sheriff's office says the death is believed to be a suicide. Michael Hands was slated to be sentenced on Thursday after pleading guilty in January to two felony counts of sexually abusing a child. Trial related to Jay St fire During cross examination Monday, the attorney for defendant Kenneth Tyree worked to portray for the former Schenectady inspector as poorly trained and cast doubt on some of the claims made by his supervisor.
Tyree's inspector testified that he told Tyree to call him if he ran into any issues or anything he didn't understand while inspecting Jay St. Percoco trial The defense in the Joe Percoco trial rested Monday after just a handful witnesses -- and without Percoco testifying. The case is of particular interest in New York State , which has more than 1 million unionized public employees across the various levels of government.
How much the case could affect the power of unions in New York is a matter of debate. Scare at Colonie Center An incident in the food court at Colonie Center late Sunday afternoon prompted word to circulate -- incorrectly -- in the mall that shots had been fired, leading people to take shelter or flee. Colonie police say there was no gun and no shots were fired during an argument between a customer and a clerk -- the man is alleged to have said he had a gun, apparently loud slaps on the kiosk had been interpreted as gunshots.
CPD says the customer was arrested on charges that include criminal nuisance. Mohawk Flooding The warm temperatures have resulted in an ice jam break on the Mohawk that is beginning to flood the Stockade neighborhood.
Pedestrian death Albany police are investigating the death of a year-old pedestrian who was hit by a car as she stepped out from between parked vehicles near Washington and Quail Streets on Tuesday night. Ice jams and potential flooding The rapidly warming weather this week is prompting concerns about potential flooding along the Mohawk River as ice jams thaw and move downstream.
Meteorologists say it's hard to predict how the mile-long ice jam in the Mohawk affect things. Mother charged following Troy fire Troy fire officials say it looks like the house fire on 4th Ave was caused by kids playing with matches or a lighter.
The mother of the three children is alleged to have left them alone in the apartment and she's facing misdemeanor child endangerment charges. A passerby and neighbors came to the aid of the kids. Jay Street fire inspection trial Thursday included testimony from former residents of the Jay St apartment building, one who told the court upkeep of the building had fallen off in the months leading up to the fire and another who said city building inspector Kenneth Tyree didn't check the smoke detector in his unit during an inspection that was "real quick, about a minute.
Albany County Sheriff Craig Apple: I never thought I'd say that about active shooter situations, but this is. Troy police Chief The city of Troy has a new police chief. Brian Owens took command of the city's police force on Wednesday, promising to lead the city's police out of a tumultuous two years. Jay street fire trial The former building manager of the Jay Street apartment building destroyed in a fatal fire in , took the witness stand on Wednesday , testifying against Kenneth Tyree, the Schenectady city inspector charged with failing to properly inspect the building.
The testimony was part of a plea agreement for Sacks , who pleaded guilty last month to four counts of criminally-negligent homicide will spend 1 to 3 years in state prison. Jay street fire A Schenectady County jury heard a tale of a narrow escape from a survivor of the Jay Street fire who leapt from a fifth floor apartment to escape the blaze. Mero sentenced Edward Mero was sentenced on Tuesday to 50 years to life for the murders of two woman whose deaths he tried to cover up in a Coeymans fire.
Percoco trial Todd Howe was back on the witness stand Tuesday, following a weekend in jail after admitting to an act of fraud on the witness stand last week. Howe told prosecutors "I'm in a boatload of trouble.
And the city council issued a joint system condemning the flyers and asking anyone with info about them to contact police. The city's public safety commissioner says the distribution of the flyers violates city code , but isn't a criminal offense.
Trial related to Jay Street fire A review of video and calls from the fatal Jay Street fire that have surfaced as part of the trial of former Schenectady building inspector Kenneth Tyree, which resumes Tuesday. It's one of the main ways the state distributes financial aid to cities.
They also say the Cuomo admin's push for local municipalities to share services hasn't been counting the full range of such efforts. It's probably not good for the prosecution. Does Howe get to wear a suit in court now or will he be in prison clothing?
Review of death of man in Schenectady police custody More than a hundred people marched in Schenectady Saturday calling for more information about the death of Andrew Kearse in police custody last May.
Kearse's widow, Angelique Negroni-Kearse, says Schenectady police were slow to call for medical help after Kearse reported difficulty breathing following a short foot chase and arrest. Black Lives Matter of Greater New York is calling for video of the incident to be released to the public.
Negroni-Kearse says she was shown the video by the state Attorney General's office, which is investigating the death. SSPD says the flyers were similar to ones distributed last May. Jay Street fire trial During opening arguments in the trial of former Schenectady building inspector Kenneth Tyree connected to the fatal Jay Street fire, the prosecutor said the fire alarm was not working properly two weeks before the fire and that "if the defendant had done his job properly" ahead of the fire four people wouldn't have died.
The defense argued Tyree had not been trained for that sort of inspection and is being scapegoated. Snow Wednesday's snowstorm Brought as much as a foot of snow to areas of the Capital Region, closing schools, canceling flights and keeping tow trucks bus y. Federal budget deal Chuck Schumer on the bipartisan budget deal struck on Wednesday in the Senate: Teen pleads guilty to murder One of the teens charged with a the shooting death of a Mechanicville man pleaded guilty on Wednesday to second-degree murder.
Snow The snow is underway and area closings have begun. Percoco and ziti Tuesday in the corruption trial of former top Cuomo aide Joe Percoco, star witness Todd Howe testified that he helped Percoco set up a no show job for Percoco's wife in something they called "operation fat man," and that Percoco referred to money as "ziti.
Sheehan also delivered a letter to Andrew Cuomo that argues the case. Percoco trial The much anticipated moment: Todd Howe took the stand for the prosecution Monday in the Joe Percoco trial. Howe, who's already pleaded guilty to multiple felonies, described Percoco as "the closest thing to a brother that I ever had," and detailed he said were efforts to trade Percoco's influence within the Cuomo admin for bribes , or "ziti.
Jay Street fire trial Jury selection starts Monday in the trial of Kenneth Tyree , the former Schenectady building inspector facing charges of manslaughter and criminally negligent homicide in the case of the fatal Jay Street fire. Percoco trial Todd Howe is scheduled to finally take the stand this week in the Joe Percoco trial -- and the defense attorneys in the case have been working to portray him as a liar.
Troy Police Department Two Troy police detectives were indicted Friday on charges related to an alleged covering up of a warrantless search executed by the TPD's drug unit. Their attorneys say they didn't do anything wrong.
Said Madden in his state of the city address: Schenectady County jail guard discipline "People familiar with the situation" tell the Times Union that a Schenectady County jail guard is facing a range of sanctions, including early retirement, for allegedly sexually harassing several women on the jail's medical staff -- but he'll be allowed to stay on the job for another 20 months. Percoco trial A Competitive Power Ventures exec testifying Thursday about an arrangement to pay Joe Percoco's wife for "educational consulting services": Elise Stefanik was not a train.
Percoco trial Wednesday in the trial of Joe Percoco: I woke up next to my nephew screaming. State Assemblyman Angelo Santabarbara, who's a civil engineer, said now could be a good time to do a wider review of potential problem spots. The trial has raised questions about Percoco's use of state-funded office space while he was on leave as Andrew Cuomo's campaign manager.
Complaints about Mechanicville mayor Mechanicville's human resource officer says the city council is hiring an outside attorney to investigate allegations of boorish and harassing behavior by mayor Dennis Baker. Percoco trial Among the sharp directives issued by judge Valerie Caproni to attorneys in the Joe Percoco trial: What you're not entitled to is a tedious defense. Complaints about Mechanicville mayor Mechanicville police have filed a personnel complaint against against mayor Dennis Baker, accusing him of all sorts of intimidating, threatening, boorish, and generally cranky behavior.
Among the specific allegations: Baker contaminated a potential crime scene, called police multiple times a day to report minor traffic violations while sometimes following vehicles as part of a campaign to get more tickets issued, and called an officer's transgender parent "disgusting, weird. Guilty verdict in fatal stabbing A jury found the man accused of fatally stabbing Marc Douglas on Grand Street in Albany last June guilty of second-degree murder.
Richard Quinn -- who's 64 years old -- faces 25 years to life in prison at sentencing. Quinn had been picked up on probation violations in the months before the stabbing , but was allowed to remain free without bail.
The Albany County DA's office is arguing that the case points to shortcomings in Andrew Cuomo's proposed bail reforms. Flu Andrew Cuomo issued an executive order allowing pharmacists to issue flu shots to kids ages The move was prompted by the strength of this year's flu season -- the number of lab-confirmed flu cases around the state continued to climb last week. Net Neutrality Andrew Cuomo signed an executive order on Wednesday prohibiting state government contracts with internet companies that do not adhere to the principals of net neutrality.
Percoco Day two in the corruption trial of Joe Percoco: Sanctuary cities Albany is one of 23 sanctuary cities around the country that could be served with a subpoena by the U. Department of Justice if it doesn't provide proof that it is complying with Federal immigration law. Prosecutors described Percoco as a powerful, but not wealthy man who traded on "the most valuable thing he owned -- his job, his power and influence in state government.
GE GE's Power unit in Schenectady is reporting that its profit dropped 88 percent in the fourth quarter of So I disagree with Tedesco. For the good of the city, Troy's next police chief should come from somewhere else. No one is here to point fingers. She said the meeting is part of the council pursing an oversight role of the TPD and the mayor. It's expected to highlight the workings of the state's economic development efforts , and potentially complicate things politically for the governor.
But everybody, regardless, deserves fairness and unbiased approach without prejudgment on how their case is handled. McDonald's attorney -- Mark Mischler -- said Troy mayor Patrick Madden's defense of the police department following the report on the Thevenin shooting is "nothing less than traumatic. The new majority leader is Gary Domalewicz , a year veteran of the legislature who represents a district adjacent to Commisso's in uptown Albany. The switch comes two weeks after the former chair of the legislature -- Green Island's Sean Ward, a Commisso ally -- was replaced by Andrew Joyce.
Alexandre of Schenectady is charged with leaving the scene of a fatal accident. Rotterdam police say surveillance camera video from nearby businesses played a key role in leading them to Alexandre's vehicle. It just breaks my heart. I can't get it out of my head. Recalling the Guilderland quadruple homicide Guilderland police chief Carol Lawlor on the still-unsolved killing of a family of four: I know that it still plays heavily on the minds and hearts of the community, and the police department.
He faces years in prison at sentencing. Sentencing in Hadley murder Michael C. Norton -- the Hadley man who pleaded guilty to second-degree murder for hitting his wife, Sherry Norton, with an axe last May -- was sentenced to 20 years to life in prison.
Jeff Klein sexual harassment allegation Jeff Klein has formally asked the state's Joint Commission on Public Ethics to investigate the allegation that he forcibly kissed a staffer outside a Lark Street bar in State Senator Diane Savino, who is dating Klein and was at the bar on the night in question, came to his defense.
Savino says on the night in question, the staffer invited Klein to a Seder dinner , which he declined, in full view of herself and other colleagues.
Hit and run trial The defense attorney for Jose Martinez, the man charged with the hit-and-run death of a woman in Washington Park last year, slammed the case against his client based on the fact that two witnesses lied about which of them was driving the car that first struck the victim, then changed their story after a video surfaced. Oquendo seeks new trial Sentencing for Johnny Oquendo, who was convicted late last year for the murder of Noel Alkaramla, has been delayed while he seeks a new trial.
Saratoga Springs Code Blue shelter The Saratoga Springs zoning board of appeals voted Monday that the city's proposed new Code Blue shelter can be designated a neighborhood rooming house , opening the way for the project to be built on Walworth Street. An attorney for neighborhood opponents of the proposed shelter site say they're considering whether to challenge the decision in court.
The director of the shelter says its been housing 41 people a night for more than four weeks during the recent cold at its current location on Henry Street. Malta Gardens water problems Residents of Malta Gardens showed up at the Malta Town Hall Monday to focus attention on the fact they've been without consistent water service for a week -- a problem that management now says might be extend beyond a water main break.
The indictments had been expected on Wednesday and the delay prompted procedural maneuvering from the DA's office and protests from the defense.
Chris Churchill on the service: Review of Albany police handling of alleged rape case Albany acting police chief Bob Sears says the department is reviewing the handling of a case in which, "sources briefed on the case" tell the Times Union, that officers responded to an Albany apartment about an intoxicated woman being abducted, left without making an arrest, and the women alleges she was later raped. State of the State In a 90 minute State of the State address on Wednesday, Andrew Cuomo laid out his plans for what is shaping up to be a very difficult financial year for the state.
The agenda took aim at federal government policies like DACA repeal and tax reform, and included plans to get rid of the tipped wage for hospitality workers, battle sexual harassment , end cash bail for misdemeanors, make voting easier in the state -- setting Cuomo's platform for the upcoming gubernatorial race. Here's a closer look at six things mentioned in the speech, and here's the full text of the speech. Consumer confidence A new Siena poll says consumer confidence is on the rise in New York.
Among the items on the agenda , how to deal with the fallout from Federal policies like the new tax plan and the coming expiration of DACA , overhaul of sexual harassment policies, early election voting and ending cash bail for minor crimes.
Here's a list of Cuomo's State of the State proposals. The men -- year-old James W. White and year-old Justin C. Mann -- were charged with one count of first-degree murder and four counts of second-degree murder.
Attempted murder Two Albany men are facing attempted murder charges for allegedly robbing and shooting a man on Old Hickory Drive in late November. The bill heads for the Senate today. Two more Albany properties may have wrongly received tax exemptions The Albany assessor's office says two downtown parking lots with ties to the Albany Convention Center may have wrongly been granted exemptions over the last seven years , but convention center authorities contend the exemptions are legal.
Allegations against Shawn Morse Colleen Keller, one of the women alleged to have been abused by Cohoes mayor Shawn Morse, has issued a statement pushing back on Morse's claim there was no abuse: It escalated from there. Saratoga Code Blue shelter The Saratoga Springs zoning board of appeals heard arguments during a public hearing Monday night about whether the Saratoga Code Blue shelter should be allowed to operate at a location on Walworth Street.
Opponents are arguing the shelter would violate the zoning for the property. Casino revenue The actual revenues from the new casinos around the state -- and the resulting reductions in local municipal taxes -- are way behind the projections made when the idea was pitched to the public. Missing woman found in ravine North Greenbush police say a Troy woman last seen very early Sunday was found in a ravine Sunday evening. NGPD says she was found barely conscious and suffering from hypothermia.
Mero double murder trial The jury is now deliberating in the trial of Edward Mero for the deaths of Megan Cunningham and Shelby Countermine. During closing arguments, the prosecution argued there are too many details pointing toward Mero for them to be coincidental. And the defense argued the prosecution lacks hard evidence connecting Mero to the deaths.
The victim says he was attacked by four men who stole his wallet, punched him in the face and shot him in the foot and elbow. Albany man charged in shooting Albany police have linked a Schenectady man to a Clinton Street shooting that took place on December 23 of Morse The Cohoes Democratic Committee is backing Shawn Morse in spite of allegations of domestic abuse against the mayor.
Morse held a closed door meeting with committee members on Wednesday night to discuss the allegations as well as economic development issues. Shawn Morse New allegations of harassment and abuse against Shawn Morse have been leveled by the roommate of a former girlfriend. Some officials are calling for his resignation , but Morse denies the allegations and he announced on Tuesday that he has no plans to resign. His announcement, met with applause from supporters.
So if it comes out and it's true, for the people of Cohoes, the mayor should step aside. Much worse for the city, businesses and developers may also stay away for fear of the damage that could come tying their reputations to the embattled mayor.
Time for Cohoes Mayor Shawn Morse to make an honorable move and step aside. APD is asking anyone with information contact the department. Steve Barnes on the backstory of the venue. Fights shut down Albany High The Albany school district says there were several fights among Albany High School students during a fire drill toward the end of the school day Thursday and, as a result, the school will be closed Friday as staff review video. The district says 10 students were arrested and there could be additional arrests -- it also said there were no weapons involved.
The incident prompted a large police response -- and many rumors about what did or did not happen. Double murder trial The trial Thursday included testimony from a man who says he saw Edward Mero in the area where Shelby Countermine's body was found in Coeymans, and testimony from Countermine's father about exchanges he had with Mero around the time Countermine disappeared. Sentencing in Rocks shooting The man who pleaded guilty to the fatal shooting of Wendell Hill during a party at Rocks in Albany on Thanksgiving in was sentenced to 25 years in prison.
Said Hill's mother at the sentencing: The reductions, account for about 18 percent of GE Power's workforce and are mostly expected to affect workers outside the U.
Franken Kirsten Gillibrand and Chuck Schumer are among a group of Democratic senators calling for Al Franken to step down in light of harassment allegations. Mero murder trial Employees of the Albany water department testified Tuesday that former employee Ted Mero, on trial for the Arcadia Avenue fire that killed 23 year old Megan Cunningham, boasted a few weeks before the blaze that he could burn a house down without getting caught.
Rotterdam bank robber Police in Rotterdam are searching for the man who robbed the Altamont Avenue branch of the Pioneer Savings Bank on Tuesday afternoon. Body found in Delmar Bethlehem police say they've identified the body found on the slope behind the Hoffman's car wash on Delaware Ave -- an adult woman -- and say there doesn't appear to be any foul play.
Rensselaer County DA Joel Abelove was arranged on charges of felony perjury and two misdemeanor counts of official misconduct in connection with his handling of the fatal shooting of a man in by Troy police. The state Attorney General's office alleges that Abelove withheld evidence from the grand jury that initially reviewed the shooting case, "took the extraordinary step" of granting immunity to the police officer who testified before that grand jury, and then made a false statement to the grand jury reviewing his own conduct.
Body found in Delmar Bethlehem police say a hunter reported on Saturday finding human remains on the hillside behind the Hoffman's car wash on Delaware Ave. BPD says the body was decomposed to the point it was initially difficult to tell much about it.
An autopsy is scheduled for Monday. A resident told WNYT that the wind-blown fire looked like "a tornado fire" jumping from building to building. Authorities allege he was trying to bend metal for a sword in a fire in a barrel in his backyard and the fire got away from him.
An assistant police chief called the fire "reckless arson. McLaughlin sanctioned Assemblyman and executive-elect Steve McLaughlin was sanctioned by Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie on Wednesday, for a June incident where he was alleged to have asked a female aide to give him nude photos. The sanction follows a month ethics investigation into the incident. Chris Churchill makes the case that in this climate of famous and powerful men being called out for sexual harassment, McLaughlin, who won the race for executive before voters were told about the harassment allegations, is the luckiest politician around.
Key theft leads to jail lockdown The Schenectady County jail was locked down on Monday, after an inmate stole a set of keys in a sheriff's van. Without approval from the council, the mayor's budget will still technically take effect in December , and the gap would have to be addressed after the fact.
Reuniting Independent Democratic Conference leader Jeff Klein has reportedly agreed to a plan to reunite the conference with State Senate Democrats after nearly seven years apart. Joe Coffey, head of the Albany Water Department, says the money could cover the replacement of the lines connecting homes to mains -- which he called "a good drop in the bucket.
State Senate A group of top state Democratic Party officials are pitching a plan to re-unify the Democrats in the state Senate in order to regain a ruling coalition there. The breakaway Independent Democratic Conference is currently aligned in a coalition with Republicans.
If that happens, it would make Brooklyn's Simcha Felder -- a Democrat who caucuses with the Republicans -- the 32nd vote in a chamber otherwise split Albany double murder case The man accused of killing Megan Cunningham in Albany fire and Shelby Countermine in allegedly talked with a date about getting "rid of people" and made other potentially incriminating statements to investigators and inmates, according to docs filed in court.
Gun violence A look at every shots fired incident in Schenectady so far this year and efforts to gun violence. Absent teachers Bethany Bump: It is hard for residents of established neighborhoods to welcome construction that may alter their ease of life. And it is certainly a good thing when residents want to protect their neighborhoods and demand quality from developers. But generally speaking, Albany should embrace this wave of new construction and the increasing population density it promises.
Accused shooter in Albany death arrested, and dies later in the day Albany police announced Tuesday that they had arrested Taron Robinson , who was accused of fatally shooting Christopher Hardy this past April near First Street and Quail Street. Troy trash fee The Troy City Council rejected the Madden administration's proposed trash fee Tuesday night -- opponents called it a hidden tax and said the admin lacked a plan for moving the city toward pay as you throw. Schenectady police body cameras Schenectady police are moving toward testing officer body cameras , maybe as early as February.
Three other people, including two young children, were rescued and taken to the hospital. Officials have not yet indicated was caused the fire. Albany budget The Albany Common Council approved the budget with a few changes, including a small reduction in the trash fee for multi-unit buildings and two-percent raise for council members. Troy trash fee Is a year-old plan the way for Troy to move toward a pay-as-you-throw trash system?
A trash fee is currently a key issued for the Troy budget. I'll never be a grandmother. There's no time that can fill the empty space that he's left me in my heart
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