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Man Surrenders In Connection To Ossining Shooting

A Northern Westchester man is in police custody in connection to a morning shooting. The Ossining Police Department announced that Mario Mieles of Ossining turned himself in on Thursday night as the investigation into a shooting at approximately 4:45 a.m. on Sunday, Feb. 10 on Van Cortlandt Avenue.


Ossining Police Make Arrest In Shooting Incident

OSSINING, NY — The Ossining Police Department announced the arrest of Mario Mieles, a 30-year-old Ossining resident, for his involvement in a shooting that occurred on Sunday on Van Cortlandt Avenue.


Westchester County Executive Latimer Proposes Raising Sales Tax To Counter Property Tax Freeze

MAMARONECK, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — Westchester County Executive George Latimer says high property taxes have homeowners at their breaking point. He wants to freeze the county portion for two years.


Hudson Valley: Light Snow Possible Presidents' Weekend

HUDSON VALLEY, NY — There's a chance of light snow in the weekend forecast. Meteorologists say most of the Hudson Valley has a 40-50 percent chance of snow Sunday night and Monday morning.


Sex Offender Convicted Of Raping Teen Boy Reports Move From Jail To Rockland

A registered sex offender who was convicted of raping a teenage boy has reported a move in Rockland County. The New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services issued an alert this week to Rockland residents regarding the residency of 38-year-old Helen Fahy, who has moved from the Albion Correc


Local Music Store is Instrumental in Bringing Music to Children After School

When husband and wife team, Mike and Miriam Risko, owners of The Mike Risko School in Ossining, NY decided to launch an instrument drive before the holidays, they had no idea what to expect. Their goal was to collect used instruments, refurbish them, and find them a new home. Within one month, they


Gov. Andrew Cuomo wants to shut down up to 3 NY state prisons

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Friday he wants to shut down up to three state prisons by Labor Day, citing record declines in the state’s prison population and crime rate. Cuomo said he wants the Department of Corrections and Community Supervision to recommend which of the state’s 54 correctional f


Man Arrested for Pummeling, Kicking Puppy in Westchester: SPCA

A Westchester man has been arrested for allegedly beating and kicking a puppy in the head, officials said. Adam Jeffers from Ossining, NY has been arrested for injuring 7-month-old terrier puppy, Ocho.


N.J. student, 13, gave classmates marijuana gummy bears. Teen girl ends up in hospital.

A 13-year-old student in Bergen County has been charged after giving her classmates edible marijuana gummy bears during school hours after a fellow student became ill and had to be taken to the hospital, police said.


New York state offers free fishing days February 16-17

ALBANY, N.Y. — New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Commissioner Basil Seggos today announced the first of several statewide free fishing days in New York will take place this weekend, Saturday, Feb. 16, and Sunday, Feb. 17. During these designated days, residents and visito


Suspect: Wild Sex Killed Missing Hudson Valley Women

The man arrested in connection with the death of a missing Hudson Valley woman whose body was found in a suitcase says she died during wild sex, according to a criminal complaint obtained by the New York Post.


A Good Dog Rescue's Lisa Smith Is A Dog's Best Friend

Lisa Smith knows dogs. The Ossining resident has fostered dogs for the past eight years, working with eight major rescue organizations in the area. She is co-owner of Canine Kindergarten, a doggie daycare started over 15 years ago in Verplanck and now with two additional locations in Mount Kisco and


New Castle Sets Sunshine Well Monitoring Meeting, Issues Permit

A Mar. 6 public information session has been scheduled to review the Sunshine Children’s Home & Rehabilitation Center offsite well monitoring program after neighbors appealed to officials for a chance to review and assess the data.


White House social media chief denies knowing of undocumented workers at Trump golf club, won't address specific claims

White House social media czar Dan Scavino didn’t know undocumented immigrants worked at President Trump’s Westchester County golf course even though he managed the upscale club, an administration official said Friday.


Sentence In Stalking That Led To Death Of HS Student

NEW ROCHELLE, NY — One of the students who was stalking New Rochelle High School student Valaree Schwab before she was stabbed to death was sentenced Thursday. Dominique Slack, 18, who along with co-defendant Carl Booker, 8, pleaded guilty to first-degree stalking, a felony, was sentenced by Westche


Actor Igby Rigney Of Ossining Performs 'Out of My Comfort Zone' In Bedford

“Out of My Comfort Zone” is a rock musical-turned-film exploring the effects of bullying and the struggles many members of the LGBTQ community face during their youth. The show debuted off-Broadway in 2015, but the cast — including Ossining High School Class of 2017 graduate Igby Rigney, who portray


Pleasantville-Briarcliff Manor Weekend Weather Forecast

PLEASANTVILLE-BRIARCLIFF MANOR, NY — Time for your weekend weather forecast, as reported by Darksky. Mostly cloudy throughout the day. Overcast throughout the day. Partly cloudy until evening.


Harry Potter Star Stops By Restaurant In Pleasantville

No, diners enjoying some great farm fresh food at the popular Southern Table Kitchen & Bar weren't seeing things. That really was Rupert Grint, of Harry Potter fame having dinner next to you.


Rockland To Amazon: Come On Over

After Amazon’s shocking announcement that they would be scrapping plans to build a new HQ2 headquarters in Long Island City, new suitors have been lining up, attempting to court the online retailer.


Lane Closures Suspended Near Cuomo Bridge For Holiday

TARRYTOWN, NY — Temporary lane closures will be suspended through Monday, Feb. 18 on the Thruway and Gov. Mario M. Cuomo Bridge to accommodate travelers during the Presidents Day holiday weekend. Some work may continue behind permanent concrete barriers or for emergency repairs.