From the NY Post:
Federal probers are focusing on a Queens senator under investigation for steering hundreds of thousands of public dollars to not-for-profit groups with ties to her family and friends.
Sen. Shirley Huntley, a Democrat, received a federal subpoena seeking records and documents related to her obtaining more than $400,000 for the nonprofits through the Legislature's notorious "member item" system of government earmarks, a source familiar with the situation told The Post.
The federal subpoena came on top of a probe that included the issuance of state subpoenas by Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, first reported by The Post in March, of possible violations involving the Huntley-connected nonprofits.
State government insiders and law-enforcement sources said the Manhattan and Brooklyn district US attorneys' offices have broad probes of Senate members including Huntley under way.