The undocumented immigrant harbored in the Llenroc mansion has settled her lawsuit against the woman convicted of harboring her, but the settlement she’ll receive was disappointing, according to her attorney.
In the video a man is seen pouring bags of white granules into a plastic bucket and hand mixing them with smaller packets of gray granules. He repeats the process several times as a twangy banjo plucks away in the background.
Attorney General Eric Schneiderman is taking the Rensselaer County District Attorney to court to assert his authority over police killings of unarmed civilians — the first time since Gov. Andrew Cuomo established the attorney general’s jurisdiction over those cases.
By Daniel Fitzsimmons/ Gazette Reporter
April 27, 2016
A fire consumed a multi-car garage in Esperance on Wednesday afternoon, destroying a half-dozen vehicles and narrowly missing other structures on Robert and Gincie Clough’s property at 2198 State Route 30. There were no injuries.
Three people who were once accused of injuring city police officers in a fight are now alleging false arrest, malicious prosecution and excessive force against the officers and the Police Department in a federal lawsuit.
Carlson Nunes, the man convicted in the February 2015 killing of Carlos Figueroa in Schenectady, received 22 years to life at a sentencing this morning marked by emotional statements from the victim’s family.