Bruno investigation, UAlbany stabbing, Saratoga state of the city, tough weekend for Siena and RPI, Top Model tryouts

The feds have subpoenaed a handful of local unions as part of the investigation into Joe Bruno's work with an investment group in Connecticut. Bruno quit the job in December after the job got attention for its conflict of interest potential. [TU]

A UAlbany student has been charged after an argument early Friday morning in a cab ended up with another student getting stabbed. [TU]

Scott Johnson, the mayor of Saratoga Springs, called for keeping a closer eye on spending in his first state of the city address. He also pledged to start a series of townhall-type meetings around the city with citizens. [Saratogian]

Troy police shut down the Cloud 9 club (it's the one near the Troy-Green Island Bridge, by where the farmers' market sets up) on accusations of prostitution after an undercover investigation. [TU]

The Siena men's hoops team lost 89-75 to Rider in a game shown on ESPN2. [Daily Gazette]

RPI hockey's streak of 17 straight wins in the Freakout ended with a 4-0 loss to Princeton. [Daily Gazette]

Organizers of the America's Next Top Model tryouts at Colonie Center had to stop taking applications an hour before the event was over because of huge turnout. [Daily Gazette]

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