Cuomo to New Yorkers "You ain't seen nothin' yet," GOP wins sole control of NYS Senate, Albany man charged with murdering his mother, blogger pleads guilty to hacking NXIVM computers

Andrew Cuomo easily won another term as governor of New York. In his acceptance speech, the governor told a crowd of state Democrats in Midtown Manhattan, "You ain't seen nothin' yet."[NYT][TU]

Republicans gained sole control of the NYS Senate in last night's elections.[TU]

Here's the quick scan of the general election results. [AOA]

An Albany man has been charged in the murder of his mother at a home on Quail street in the city of Albany on Monday. [News10]

A 21-year-old inmate and former Eagle Scout from Selkirk took his own life while in solitary confinement at Fishkill state prison. [TU]

Former Saratoga in Decline blogger John Tighe pleaded guilty to a hacking related charge for gaining unauthorized access to a computer owned by NXIVM. [TU]

The US Postal Service is offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of people who assaulted a mail carrier in Schenectady on Saturday. [TU]

Albany County Airport Authorityhas reported the third consecutive annual increase in passengers, overcoming a decade long decline in boardings. [TU]

A $7 million apartment complex is being proposed for Broadway in Schenectady, right across from a recently completed $3 million apartment and office complex. [TU]

Three organizations are raising issues with a proposed $17.5 million low-income housing development proposed for Schenectady's Hamilton Hill area arguing it is not consistent with the needs and requests of the community. [Gazette]

The left and center lanes of I-90 Eastbound in Schodack were closed for a while on Tuesday night due to a gravel spill. [TU]

You can now follow Bishop Edward Scharfenberger on Twitter.[TU]

Happy Amerigo Vespucci Day. [TU]

Meet the Scotia Glenville Kazoo Band.[Gazette]

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