Mourning the teen fatally shot in Cohoes, Delgado prepares for Congress, Albany County eyes tax levy decrease, pop quiz: who's a good boy

Cohoes shooting
+ Cohoes police identified the person killed in the Friday shooting on the Mohawk-Hudson bike path as 17-year-old Johni Dunia.
+ City police and mayor Shawn Morse are describing the shooting as an "isolated" incident, and they've haven't released any info about arrests. [TU]
+ Dunia's mother to CBS6: "I'm quite sure there is someone who killed my son. And I have to know that person." [CBS6]
+ A group of teens gathered in George Street Park to remember Dunia. [Spectrum]

Troy shooting
+ Troy police say a two-year-old boy was shot in the hand Friday night while he sat in a vehicle in North Central. TPD says it believes the vehicle had been targeted. [CBS6] [TU]
+ People gathered at the corner Saturday morning to protest the violence. [CBS6]

Corinth shooting
State Police say and investigation and autopsy indicate 34-year-old Ashley Rosenbrock -- fatally shot in her home Thursday night in Corinth -- was hit by a shot discharged while her husband was doing maintenance on a gun. Neighbors said the couple have three children. [NYSP] [TU]

Bulletproof vests for firefighters
The Schenectady Fire Department has bought 45 bulletproof vests for its firefighters. A fire department official couldn't recall an incident in which firefighters in the city had been shot at, but said they do sometimes respond to situations in which people have guns. [TU] [Daily Gazette]


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Antonio Delgado
A profile of Antonio Delgado has he prepares to take office as the Congressman for the NY-19. [TU]

State Senate
As they face being the minority party during the next session, state Senate Republicans have chosen John Flanagan to continue as their leader in the chamber. [Politico]

David Soares
Rob Gavin on last week's announcement by David Soares the Albany County DA's office wouldn't be prosecuting low-level marijuana possession cases: "For someone who could be vulnerable to a Democratic primary challenge in two years, the shift could turn out to be politically brilliant." [TU]

Albany County budget and taxes
The Albany County Legislature is moving toward amending the proposed county budget to reduce the tax levy by 5 percent -- the first such reduction in more than a decade -- due to reduced costs for safety net programs, higher projected sales tax revenue, and revenue from boarding detained immigrants. [TU]

St. Clare's pension problems
The St. Clare's Corp. says it needs $29 million to prop up the former hospital's faltering pension plan. Not clear: from where that money comes. [TU] [Daily Gazette]

Schenectady schools
A priority emerging from the Schenectady school district's strategic planning sessions: smaller class sizes. [Daily Gazette]

The president of ReTree Schenectady figures the org has planted more than 3,000 trees in the city over the last 25 years. [Daily Gazette]

Meet Auggie: goldendoodle, therapy dog at East Greenbush's Bell Top Elementary, good boy. [TU]

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