Menands body ID'ed, top judge sues state, UAlbany AD says game not over for stadium plan, Fasig-Tipton sold
DNA tests indicate that the dismembered body found in Menands is, in fact, that of a Schenectady woman who's been missing since November. [Daily Gazette]
New York's top judge, Judith Kaye, has filed suit against the state after the legislature chose not to raise the pay of judges. New York judges haven't had a pay raise in 10 years. [TU]
UAlbany's athletic director says the school's plan for a new football stadium is still on track even though the state legislature allocate money for it in the budget. The stadium is expected to cost between $40 and $50 million. [Business Review]
A group of buildings at the corner of State and Clinton in Schenectady are scheduled for demolition tomorrow. The buildings are coming down so that a mixed-use development can go up. [Business Review]
The Fasig-Tipton company, which conducts horse auctions every year in Saratoga, has been sold to a company from Dubai. [Daily Gazette]
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