ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) — Happy Tuesday! According to Meteorologist Jill Szwed, we can expect more sunshine today with the showers and flurries behind us.

A 61-year-old man is in custody after barricading himself in a room at Albany Medical Center on Monday afternoon. Officials say the man threatened staff with weapons while visiting his mother. Albany Med went into lockdown for some time. Also, over 200 farm animals died in a barn fire in Delanson on Saturday, leaving a family devastated. These stories, and more, are covered in your five things to know this Tuesday.

1. Suspect in custody after Albany Med lockdown

A 61-year-old man is in custody after police said he barricaded himself in a room at Albany Medical Center Monday afternoon. Police said he was visiting his mother in the hospital.

2. Hundreds of animals die in barn fire, farm family devastated

The family who owns a farm in Delanson is heartbroken after a fire Saturday rendered their barn a total loss and left hundreds of animals dead.

3. Convicted shooter granted parole: ‘I was being young and dumb’

In 2008, Kathina Thomas, 10, of Albany, was killed by a stray bullet. At 15, the perpetrator, Jermayne Timmons was basically a kid himself. Fast forward more than a decade later, he has been granted parole and is now sharing his story of change and redemption.

4. Police investigate fatal crash on Route 22 in Granville

On Saturday night, the Washington County Sheriff’s Office responded to a fatal crash on Route 22. The two-passenger vehicle crash is still under investigation.

5. Inaugural farmers market series coming to Albany

A new farmers market series will be hitting South Pearl Street in Albany this summer, starting on July 16. The series will take place on four Sundays throughout the summer into fall in front of the MVP Arena.