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Carl Paladino continues to blast Andrew Cuomo for not doing enough as New York's Attorney General to fight corruption in Albany. 
Paladino was in Westchester County Sunday, where he said that if elected governor, he wants to pass an ethics law requiring legislators to fully disclose outside income and give them less access.
A new Siena College poll out Sunday has Paladino trailing Cuomo by 25% among likely voters.

Despite that new poll, Cuomo is not taking the numbers for granted. Cuomo campaigned in White Plains, Staten Island, Manhattan, and the Bronx on Sunday.
Cuomo says the more his main opponent talks about a divided New York, the better chance for a Cuomo victory on Tuesday.

A 25-year-old woman is behind bars for allegedly fighting with police.
Latoya Jackson, who lists no permanent address, was arrested after she was denied entry to T.F. Browns early Sunday morning for allegedly being drunk.
Police said she started yelling curse words and began to struggle with an officer.
Latoya is locked up on $2,500 bail.

For the second straight week the Bills came pretty close to gaining their first win of the season, but didn't. It's the second time in a row that the team has lost a close one in overtime.  This time it was at Kansas City where a 35-yard field goal with five seconds left in OT sealed the 13-10 win for the Chiefs.  The Bills were close to winning when a Rian Lindell 53-yard field goal in overtime went through the uprights. However, it was called back because the Chiefs took a timeout right before the snap. On the second attempt, Lindell missed. The Bills fall to 0-and-7 on the season and are officially the worst team in the league as they are the only team still without a win. They will try again next week at home against Chicago.

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