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NEW YORK — A grieving New York mother recognized by President Donald Trump at the State of the Union in his campaign against deadly MS-13 gang violence was struck by an SUV and killed at her slain daughter's memorial site Friday after a heated confrontation with the driver. By Michael Balsamo and Michael R. Sisak. SENT: 900 words, photos.


ALBANY, N.Y. — In New York state government news, Stephanie Miner and Marc Molinaro are wasting no time pouncing on Gov. Andrew Cuomo following his big win over Cynthia Nixon in the Democratic primary. The two gubernatorial candidates both blasted Cuomo for his efforts to curtail government corruption, the first of many attacks on the incumbent now that the governor's race has entered the general election phase. By David Klepper. UPCOMING: 600 words by noon.


— RESTAURANT SHOOTING: Police say two employees have been shot and killed during a robbery at an upstate New York restaurant.

— WEST NILE-HORSES: State agriculture officials are advising horse owners in New York to vaccinate their horses against West Nile virus.

— BEAR HUNTING: Early bear hunting season is opening in northern New York.

— TOXIC ALGAE: State officials say recent warm weather has fueled the expansion of toxic algal blooms in New York waterways, bringing the number to 90 this week.