State could run out of cash by June, police say man was dragged by stolen SUV, Schumer protesting carry-on fees

Robert Megna, the state budget director, says the state will probably run out of cash in June. David Paterson is reportedly willing to wait that long to get a "fiscally responsible" budget. [TU] [NY Post]

The Schenectady school board president says the district should release an un-redacted version of the report from its internal Steven Raucci investigation. [TU]

Saratoga Springs police say a man was arrested early Saturday morning after he allegedly assaulted a woman walking up Circular Street and forcibly kissed her (map). They say the woman was able to fight off the alleged attack and ran to a firehouse. [Saratogian] [Post-Star]

Schenectady police say the owner of an SUV was dragged for a block after his vehicle was jacked from the parking lot of a deli on Crane Street Sunday night. [CBS6] [YNN]

Albany police say a group fight on South Pearl Street early Sunday morning ended in three people being stabbed. [Fox23] [YNN]

Troy police say the body found in the Hudson River near Hudson last week was that of a Troy man. The TPD says there appears to be no evidence of foul play. [TU] [Troy Record]

Rensselaer County exec Kathy Jimino says Albany, Rensselaer, Saratoga, Warren and Washington counties will file suit against the flood control authority that wants to collectively charge them $4.45 million. [Troy Record] [TU]

Schenectady's new public works facility is being built on land the city doesn't officially own -- yet. [TU]

A woman says she dropped out of Skidmore after a school disciplinary hearing allowed her alleged attacker, another student, to stay enrolled. [TU]

Chuck Schumer says he's urging to the feds to not allow airlines to charge for carry-on bags. He says if the fees area allowed, he'll introduce legislation aimed at stopping them. [AP/YNN] [AP/TU]

The Coeymans fire company says a 14-year-old fell 60 feet into a creek. A passer-by helped her out of the water and fire crews pulled her up the bank. There was apparently just enough water in the creek to break her fall (photo). [TU] [Fox23] [YNN] [CBS6] [CBS6]

The fire that burned the building at the corner of Lark and Washington in Albany apparently started as a grease fire in the kitchen of the restaurant on the first floor. [YNN]

Summer rentals in Sararoga appear to be in a higher demand than last year. [Daily Gazette $]

The state office building at 44 Holland Ave in Albany is getting a green roof (map). [TU]


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