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Zak Failla

Urgent News Reporter zfailla@dailyvoice.com

Zak! worked as a sports editor at the Shoshone News Press in northern Idaho and as a sports writer at the Ithaca Journal before making his way to The Daily Voice. A graduate of Ithaca College's Roy H. Park School of Communication, he is a self-proclaimed cat and juggling enthusiast. 

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  1. Police Begin Ramping Up Crash Reduction Patrols On Westchester Parkways

    Police Begin Ramping Up Crash Reduction Patrols On Westchester Parkways

    Police will be ramping up crash reduction patrols on Westchester County parkways throughout the rest of the summer as they attempt to curtail reckless and distracted driving in the region.Courtesy of grant funding awarded by the New York State Governor’s Traffic Safety Committee, the Westchester County Police Department and Parkway patrol will begin enforcement details on the Hutchinson ...

  2. Investigation Launched After 'Liberty Tree' Cut Down, North Castle Police Say

    Investigation Launched After 'Liberty Tree' Cut Down, North Castle Police Say

    Police in North Castle are investigating a suspicious incident in North White Plains that saw the famed “Liberty Tree” cut down near the Miller House.The North Castle Police Department was advised by North Castle Town Councilman Barry Reiter on Thursday morning that a suspect had cut down the Liberty Tree at Miller Hill Park overnight.The tree was first reportedly planted in 1976 to ...

  3. Tournament Set To Aid Former Westchester Pro Baseball Prospect's Foundation

    Tournament Set To Aid Former Westchester Pro Baseball Prospect's Foundation

    A family in Westchester is taking to the softball field to potentially take some guns off the street.There will be a softball tournament and family day from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Saturday, July 21 in Cook Field in Yonkers to benefit the Michael Nolan Scholarship fund, named after the former Oakland Athletic’s prospect, and Yonkers native, who was fatally shot in a drive-by in 2015.The ...

  4. Getting 'Real'? NY DMV Rolls Out New Form Of ID

    Getting 'Real'? NY DMV Rolls Out New Form Of ID

    The New York State Department of Motor Vehicle is encouraging motorists to “get real.”Beginning on Oct. 1, 2020, a standard New York State driver’s license won’t be enough to get on even a domestic flight, and although that is more than two years away, the DMV is encouraging residents to get ahead of the game.There are now three different forms of driver’s license or New York State ...

  5. Ducklings Rescued From Drain In Northern Westchester

    Ducklings Rescued From Drain In Northern Westchester

    Westchester County Police came to the rescue of a pair of ducks stuck in a manhole in Mount Kisco.The right man was on patrol at the right time late last month, as Westchester County Police Officer Scott Forsythe - who happens to own ducks and chickens at his home - responded to a call on Main Street, where there were two ducklings trapped in a storm drain.With an assist from the Mount ...

  6. Trump, Obama, Among Those Most Impacted By Twitter Purge

    Trump, Obama, Among Those Most Impacted By Twitter Purge

    President Donald Trump and former President Barack Obama were among the political and celebrity names most impacted by this week’s purge of locked accounts on Twitter.Twitter began deleting locked accounts on Wednesday, impacting the follower number for countless users, particularly some of the most prominent politicians and celebrities that use the social media platform.Officials said ...

  7. Expect Delays: Weekday Cross County Parkway Lane Closures Scheduled

    Expect Delays: Weekday Cross County Parkway Lane Closures Scheduled

    There will be weekday lane closures on the Cross County Parkway for more than a week in southern Westchester as contracting crews continue work in the area.From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. each day, beginning on Monday, July 16, there will be single and double lane closures on the parkway between the Saw Mill River Parkway and the Hutchinson River Parkway as crews complete construction activity. ...

  8. Water Dispenser For Pets Recalled After Suffocation Deaths Of Dogs

    Water Dispenser For Pets Recalled After Suffocation Deaths Of Dogs

    IKEA is recalling a water dispenser for pets following the suffocation deaths of two dogs who got their heads stuck in the bowl.According to IKEA, there has been two reports concerning “tragic accidents where the pet has suffocated after getting their head stuck in the (Lurvig) water dispenser.”The recalled Lurvig water dispensers were sold in United States stores between October last ...

  9. Know Her? Alert Issued For Woman Wanted On Assault Charge In Westchester

    Know Her? Alert Issued For Woman Wanted On Assault Charge In Westchester

    Do you know her?Police are seeking the public’s assistance as they attempt to track down Crystal O’Neal, a wanted woman who was implicated in an assault case and failed to appear for court proceedings in Yonkers.Investigators described 34-year-old O’Neal as a 5-foot-4 African American woman with brown hair and brown eyes. Police said she weighs approximately 175 pounds and has a medium ...

  10. Man Used Fake ID To Attempt Bank Withdrawals In Yorktown, Police Say

    Man Used Fake ID To Attempt Bank Withdrawals In Yorktown, Police Say

    After striking out the first time, a man was caught red-handed in Westchester allegedly attempting to illegally withdraw money at a bank that wasn’t his, police said.Officers from the Yorktown Police Department were dispatched to Chase Bank on Commerce Street at approximately 3:45 p.m. on Wednesday afternoon, where there was a report of identity theft in process.According to police, the ...

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