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  1. Americans' Terror Fears As High Now As Post-9/11

    Americans' Terror Fears As High Now As Post-9/11

    Not since the weeks following the attacks on Sept. 11, 2001, have Americans been as afraid of terrorism, as right now. A New York Times/CBS News poll shows the fear of a potential terror attack is making the messages of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump that much more appealing to some Americans. CBS teamed up with the Times and conducted a poll of Americans, showing that ...

  2. Nanuet Woman, Congers Man Charged With DWI In Separate Orangetown Stops

    Nanuet Woman, Congers Man Charged With DWI In Separate Orangetown Stops

    ORANGETOWN, N.Y. - Since Dec. 5, the Orangetown Police Department has charged drivers with drunk driving in three separate incidents.While on patrol shortly before 3 a.m. on Dec. 5, an officer stopped Andrew Letterese, 29 of Congers, for a traffic violation. The officer then asked that Letterese perform the standard field sobriety tests and a breath test, both of which he allegedly ...

  3. Assemblyman Zebrowski Supports Reforms For Common Core

    Assemblyman Zebrowski Supports Reforms For Common Core

    NEW CITY, N.Y. -- Assemblyman Kenneth Zebrowski says he supports the idea of reforming Common Core.With Gov. Andrew Cuomo's Common Core Task Force concluding its work and submitting recommendations to the Governor shortly, Zebrowski sent a letter asking that he support reforms to the Common Core. The letter asks the governor to support reforms to the Common Core curriculum, reduce ...

  4. Senate Leader Skelos Found Guilty In Case Involving Area Law Firm

    Senate Leader Skelos Found Guilty In Case Involving Area Law Firm

    This story has been updated.After only two days of deliberation, a Manhattan Federal Court found New York Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos and his son Adam guilty of corruption charges, according to reports.Skelos was found guilty of illegally approving a contract for a Scarsdale firm for which his son had been employed.Skelos and his son were found guilty of using the senator’s power ...

  5. Teen Indicted By Grand Jury In West Nyack Man's Murder

    Teen Indicted By Grand Jury In West Nyack Man's Murder

    WEST NYACK, N.Y. -- A homeless man was indicted on murder charges Friday in the slaying death Tuesday of a West Nyack resident found stabbed in his apartment.Dylan Lentini, 19, of New York City was charged with the murder of 66-year-old Michael Wimbert, according to Clarkstown police. The young adult found his victim on Craigslist, seeking a room for rent,.Lentini made arrangements to ...

  6. State Police Provide Motorists With Winter Driving Tips

    State Police Provide Motorists With Winter Driving Tips

    With winter weather on its way, Major Charles Guess of the New York State Police, is asking motorists to remember to keep safe on the roads. "Winter hazards can be the most dangerous of all driving situations we face. More people are involved in crashes during the winter months than any other time of the year," Guess said in a release. Winter driving hazards include snow, ice, ...

  7. Cuomo Says There Is 'No Appetite' For Full-Time Legislature

    Cuomo Says There Is 'No Appetite' For Full-Time Legislature

    ALBANY, N.Y. — Following the conviction of former Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver, Gov. Andrew Cuomo says that he won't focus on creating a full-time legislature but instead push for more transparency and disclosure, according to a report in Capital New York. Cuomo said there is "no appetite" among lawmakers for becoming a full-time legislature, meaning that being state ...

  8. Clarkstown Police Send Out Holiday Driving Tips

    Clarkstown Police Send Out Holiday Driving Tips

    CLARKSTOWN, N.Y. -- The time between Thanksgiving and New Year's Day is one of the busiest on the roads, and Clarkstown police are asking residents to take caution. On their Facebook page, the police sent out their "Seven Tips for Safe Holiday Travel" for drivers to remember.Remember to buckle up every ride, every time, whether it’s the long trip to visit family or around the ...

  9. Clarkstown Police Receive Holiday Dessert Baskets

    Clarkstown Police Receive Holiday Dessert Baskets

    CLARKSTOWN, N.Y. -- Clarkstown police received a surprise gift from the Redeeming Love Christian Center last week. The center dropped off two baskets of holiday desserts for the department in gratitude for the department's service to the community."We are very appreciative of the desserts and we wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving. Many thanks for this kind and thoughtful ...

  10. Cuomo Tightens DWI Offender Punishment In New York

    Cuomo Tightens DWI Offender Punishment In New York

    Gov. Andrew Cuomo approved a bill that would work to ensure that all who are repeat DWI offenders have ignition interlock devices installed in their cars. The ignition interlock, a breathalyzer type device that requires drivers to blow into the device before the car will turn on.According to an article on NY State of Politics, the bill was approved following an audit from State ...

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