Winter continues, fatal shooting in Albany, swastikas painted on Schenectady home, where not to park a school bus

It snow. Again.
+ Winter, it continues: Sunday's storm piled up another 7-8 inches of snow depending on location. [NWS Albany]
+ The city of Albany has declared another snow emergency starting Monday at 8 pm with EVEN side parking. It flips to odd side parking at 8 pm Tuesday. [City of Albany]
+ Albany towed 120 cars during the snow emergency last week. [News10]

Fatal shooting in Albany
Albany police say they responded to a home on the 200 block of Clinton Ave (map) early Sunday morning and a man had been shot in the torso. He was taken to Albany Med and died of his injuries. APD says it's investigating and has asked anyone with info to call the detective division. [News10] [APD]

Rallies for and against Planned Parenthood
A thousand or more people turned out for a rally in support of Planned Parenthood along Central Ave in Albany Saturday, which included appearances by Paul Tonko, Patricia Fahy, and Kathy Sheehan. That same day there was a rally in Troy for the federal government to defund the health care org. [TWCN] [TU] [WNYT]

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Swastikas
A Schenectady man, who's Jewish, woke Friday morning to find that someone had painted swastikas on his house. Said the man to the Gazette: "Just a vein of fear went right through me." [News10] [Daily Gazette]

Momentive strike
Among the considerations striking workers at Momentive's Waterford plant are looking at: a whole string of high-profile elected officials have publicly supported the tentative contract that's on the table, so if they reject it what sort of support will they have then? [TU+]

$25 million because...
A health care group was awarded $25 million in state subsidies to build facilities in Orange and Rockland counties that it was apparently going to building anyway. [TU+]

Cuomo to the rescue
Chris Churchill on the latest photo op in which Andrew Cuomo assisted a car stuck in the snow: "It kind of makes you wonder if the daring Democrat and his staffers drive around during snowstorms looking for stuck cars in need of gubernatorial help." [TU+]

SWAT
Looking at the Capital Region's multiple SWAT teams at police agencies -- and what they cost (if that's been determined). [TU+]

Albany police overtime
The Albany Police Department overran its overtime budget by more than a million dollars in 2016. [TU]

Saratoga Springs charter
The group that's successfully pushed back against the two most recent attempts to change the form of government in Saratoga Springs is also opposing the new proposal. [TU]

GlobalFoundries
There reports that GlobalFoundries lost $2 billion on revenue of $5.5 billion last year -- though an expansion plan at the Malta chip fab is expected to help. [TU+]

Running for office
One the candidates for the next race for the the 113th Assembly District is a 20 year old from Malta. [Daily Gazette]

He's on the women's team
A look at the role of male practice players on local women's college basketball teams. [TU+]

Not a good bet
Probably not a good idea to park a school bus at the new Schenectady casino. [Daily Gazette]

Stuff going on today

Siena hoops
The Siena men's basketball team takes on Monmouth at the TU Center. Monday 7 pm -- $15 and up

Pretty Woman
The Palace's movie series is show Pretty Woman. Monday 7 pm -- $5

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"Probably not a good idea to park a school bus at the new Schenectady casino. [Daily Gazette]"

There are ample opportunities at casinos for students in advanced math classes to learn about the practical application of statistics, probability theory, and the analysis of random phenomena. It could make for a great (and potentially rewarding) field trip....

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