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Man Enters Mount Vernon Police Station, Says He Helped Friend Make Bomb

A mentally ill person reportedly showed up at a police station in Westchester on Thursday with burned hands, claiming he suffered the injuries helping a family member make a pipe bomb.


2 NY Men Accused Of Stealing Luxury Wallets In Greenwich: PD

GREENWICH, CT — Two Bronx, NY men were arrested by Greenwich police Wednesday after they allegedly stole two Alexander McQueen wallets - combined worth $2,090 - from an unnamed Greenwich Avenue retailer, according to authorities.


Police In Westchester Investigate Stolen $1,300 Louis Vuitton Purse

Police are investigating a woman who allegedly stole a Louis Vuitton purse worth more than $1,300. Officers from the Scarsdale Police Department received a report from the owner and an employee at I Am More Scarsdale on Spencer Place, when a suspect allegedly stole the purse on Friday, Feb. 8.


Police chiefs: Legalizing marijuana will lead to more traffic deaths

HASTINGS-ON-HUDSON - Some of the highest-ranking brass in Westchester County and across the state aren't happy with the governor's push to legalize marijuana in New York. Police chiefs in Westchester and around the state say legalizing the recreational use of marijuana, as the governor wants to do i


Rockland to file suit against opioid manufacturers following 28 deaths in county

NYACK - Rockland County is filing a lawsuit against opioid manufacturers, following dozens of deaths in the county last year. At Nyack Hospital, doctors say numerous patients come into the emergency room due to opioid overdoses.


Rep. Lowey: $3M in funding heading to flood-prone community

WEST NYACK - Rep. Nita Lowey announced Friday that she has secured funds that will go toward a Clarkstown community plagued by floodwaters every time it rains. According to the congresswoman, $3 million in federal funding will go toward the Klein Avenue Levee Improvement Project.


Alleged Suitcase Killer Was in Country Illegally as First Pictures Emerge

The man who allegedly killed a New York woman, stuffed her into a suitcase, and dropped the body on the side of the road in Connecticut is in the country illegally, according to Immigration authorities.


Investigation continues into Greenwich worker accused of taking photo of murder victim

GREENWICH — An investigation is continuing into a town employee accused of taking photos of the crime scene where the body of 24-year-old murder victim Valerie Reyes was found last week on the side of Glenville Road.


New City On Presidents Day 2019: What's Open, What's Closed

NEW CITY, NY — In observance of Presidents Day Monday, Feb. 18, local schools and government facilities will be closed, as will state and federal offices. There will be no mail delivery either.


Closter PD: Two Stolen Car Pursuits End In Crashes, Unlocked Vehicles Swiped Left And Right

Plagued by a skyrocketing number of vehicle thefts, Closter police have recently had two pursuits, both of which ended in crashes while fielding several reports of cars stolen from outside borough residents’ homes.


Harrison Teacher Killed By Truck In NYC

HARRISON, NY — The Harrison community is mourning a sixth-grade teacher who was hit and killed by a truck as she crossed the street in New York City Friday morning. Sarah Foster, 27, was a social studies teacher at Louis M. Klein Middle School.


Thief Steals Bag With Cash After Woman Woman Briefly Takes A Few Steps Away, Darien Police Say

A purse snatcher stole donated groceries and cash from a woman visiting Person-to-Person in Darien. A woman was at Person-to-Person on Post Road shortly before 2:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 6 to inquire as to how she could obtain their services, police said.


Suspect could face death penalty in Greenwich suitcase murder

GREENWICH — After he was arrested at his Queens apartment in connection with the death of a 24-year-old woman whose body was found in Greenwich, Javier Da Silva was charged with a federal crime that carries a sentence of death or life in prison.


‘What We Know’ Takes On Campus Sexual Assault

The Story of What We Know: Campus Sexual Assault, Title IX, And What It Means To Be A Survivor. When I was studying writing as an undergraduate at the University of Michigan, I was startled by a headline in our campus’ newspaper: our school was being investigated by the federal government for mishan


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


NY Couple Arrested After Alleged Crime Spree In Stamford: Cops

STAMFORD, CT — A Mount Vernon, NY couple was arrested on a host of charges in Stamford on Feb. 11 following a crime spree in which they allegedly made several fraudulent purchases at local stores while using stolen credit cards, according to police.


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.


What does $1,500 rent you in Yonkers, today?

--- 36 Yonkers Ave. (Nodine Hill) Listed at $1,500/month, this one-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment is located at 36 Yonkers Ave. The unit features hardwood floors, exposed brick, generous closet space, a dishwasher and large windows. The building has secured entry. For those with furry friends in to


5 people dead, 5 officers wounded in Aurora, Illinois shooting; gunman also killed

AURORA, Ill. — Five people were killed and five police officers were wounded when a shooter opened fire at an industrial park in Aurora, Illinois, city police Chief Kristen Ziman told reporters Friday night.


Ice search by first responders comes up empty in Katonah

KATONAH - A massive ice search took place in Katonah Wednesday afternoon after eyewitnesses spotted people walking on the frozen Muscoot Reservoir. Those witnesses alerted police after the people were no longer in sight, fearing they may have fallen through the ice. State police tell News 12 that th