Cuomo hoping people want to work less, PEF vote results will be revealed today, counterfeit items seized from Crossgates

Cuomo is hoping that seven percent of the state workforce would like to work -and get paid for -less than five days a week. [TU]

The results of the latest PEF vote will be released today and those who have already received layoff notices will know if they are losing their jobs. [YNN] [TU]

Colonie Town Supervisor Paula Mahan and her rival Denise Sheehan debated last night about town finances, development and the landfill. [YNN] [TU]

The family and friends of the man killed in an Albany crash with an SUV fleeing police on Sunday recounted his life. Police had stopped the chase blocks away, but the driver of the stolen SUV had kept speeding through the city. [TU] [Daily Gazette]

The brother of the man who died at Gold's Gym after a confrontation with police believes police used excessive force. [Fox23]

Police are still searching for the wife of a state trooper who went missing five days ago. They are now concentrating on the Mohawk River. [TU] [Troy Record]

The Malta man sentenced to three to nine years in prison yesterday for running a Ponzi scheme told investors they were purchasing apartment complexes. [Daily Gazette]

A man who stole close to $200,000 from veterans' organizations will be sentenced today. [YNN] [Fox23]

A Crossgates store was raided after police found several counterfeit items with brand names on them. [YNN]

Voter applications were rejected for some who have second homes in Rensselaer County. [Troy Record]

The Adirondack Soaring Club is sparring with Saratoga County over the details of a hang gliding facility they want to build at the airport. [Saratogian]


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