From the Daily News:
Disgraced ex-Controller Alan Hevesi is expected to plead guilty to a felony corruption charge for his role in a massive pay-to-play pension fund scandal.
A source with knowledge of the case said Hevesi's plea could come in state Supreme Court as early as today. Negotiations were still underway last night.
"They want to resolve the matter," the source said of the attorney general's office, which has been probing the scandal for more than three years.
AG Andrew Cuomo's team said "there is no agreement between the attorney general's office and Alan Hevesi. The office has an ongoing investigation."
It was unclear last night whether Cuomo will push for prison time. Hevesi resigned in 2006 after pleading guilty to a felony for using state workers to chauffeur his wife.
Until recently, Cuomo's pension fund probe had only touched Hevesi on the periphery - though almost all of his top aides were indicted, pleaded guilty or cooperated with investigators.
Investigators revealed in June court papers that Hevesi met regularly to discuss pension fund business with his political guru Hank Morris, who was slapped with a 123-count indictment for his role in the pay-to-play scheme.
Morris was "intimately involved in the day-to-day business" of the pension fund, court papers allege.
Firms wanting to do business with the fund were often forced to fork over campaign donations or kickbacks to Morris.
Israeli investor Elliott Broidy, who has pleaded guilty as a result of the scandal, admitted providing luxury overseas trips to a top controller official and his family.
Sources say that was Hevesi.
Does "and his family" include Assembly Member Andrew Hevesi?