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Michael Mashburn

Reporter mmashburn@dailyvoice.com

Michael Mashburn joined the Daily Voice team in April 2022 as a reporter covering news throughout the Northeast, including New York's Capital District, the Hudson Valley, and Long Island.

He previously worked as a radio reporter in Phoenix and Seattle, covering local news and traffic for several stations, including KTAR, KOMO, and KIRO.

Michael graduated from Arizona State University with a bachelor’s degree in journalism in 2014. 

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  1. Man Wanted For Stealing $1,650 Worth Of Items From Copiague Home Depot

    Man Wanted For Stealing $1,650 Worth Of Items From Copiague Home Depot

    Police on Long Island are looking for a man who stole more than $1,600 worth of electrical wiring from a home improvement store.The suspect nabbed the merchandise from the Home Depot on Sunrise Highway in Copiague at around 7 p.m. Saturday, April 2, Suffolk County police said.The wiring was valued at approximately $1,650, according to police.Surveillance footage released by police shows ...

  2. Power Outage At Albany International Airport Delays Flights

    Power Outage At Albany International Airport Delays Flights

    Operations at Albany International Airport came grinding to a halt due to a power outage.At around 3:30 p.m. Monday afternoon, May 23, the main terminal experienced a total power failure that lasted roughly two hours, according to airport spokesperson Doug Myers.The airport’s emergency generators were activated, but for some reason did not transfer power to the main terminal.Airport ...

  3. This Lindenhurst Eatery Serves Best Pancakes On Long Island, Voters Say

    This Lindenhurst Eatery Serves Best Pancakes On Long Island, Voters Say

    Flapjack fans won’t want to miss this Long Island eatery, according to voters.For the second time, those voters on Bethpage Best of Long Island have named Lindenhurst Diner as having the best pancakes around.Located at 195 E. Montauk Highway in Lindenhurst, this popular diner keeps breakfast aficionados coming back with their “fluffy, pillowy-soft pancakes made from scratch,” according ...

  4. Latham Man Accused Of Possessing Child Pornography

    Latham Man Accused Of Possessing Child Pornography

    A man from the Capital District is facing serious prison time after he was allegedly found with sexually explicit images of children.Latham resident Scott Weinbloom, age 47, was arrested Friday, May 20, on a federal charge of possessing child pornography, according to the US Attorney’s Office in the North District.The illegal images and videos were found on an encrypted thumb drive that ...

  5. NJ Man, 24, Hospitalized After 9-Story Fall From Hotel Balcony

    NJ Man, 24, Hospitalized After 9-Story Fall From Hotel Balcony

    A New Jersey man was recovering from serious injuries after falling from a hotel balcony on Long Island Monday, May 23, authorities said.South Amboy's Alexander Keating, 24, was on a ninth-floor balcony at around 12:45 a.m. when he fell over a railing at the Hyatt Regency Long Island in Hauppauge, Suffolk County police said.Keating survived the fall and was taken by ambulance to ...

  6. Man Hospitalized After Falling From Hotel Balcony In Hauppauge

    Man Hospitalized After Falling From Hotel Balcony In Hauppauge

    A man is recovering from serious injuries after falling from a hotel balcony on Long Island.It happened early Monday, May 23, in Hauppauge at the Hyatt Regency Long Island on Motor Parkway.Suffolk County Police said New Jersey resident Alexander Keating, age 24, of South Amboy in Middlesex County, was on a ninth-floor balcony at around 12:45 a.m. when he fell over a railing.Keating ...

  7. Know Him? Man Wanted For Using Stolen Credit Cards At Two Huntington Stores

    Know Him? Man Wanted For Using Stolen Credit Cards At Two Huntington Stores

    Police are asking for the public’s help finding a man accused of using stolen credit cards at a store on Long Island.The cards belonged to a Greenlawn man who lost his wallet in Huntington Tuesday, April 26, according to Suffolk County Police.Not long after, a man used the cards to make purchases at two Huntington stores, It’s Lit Smoke Shop on New York Avenue and E-Smoke & Cigar on ...

  8. Albany Pizzeria Cited For 'Right Amount Of Sauce, Cheese'

    Albany Pizzeria Cited For 'Right Amount Of Sauce, Cheese'

    Pizza buffs won’t want to miss this Capital District pizzeria.Cusato’s Pizzeria & Deli in Albany offers up “the right amount of sauce and cheese,” according to one Yelp reviewer.“The pizza was very good, seasoned well and was still hot when it came. The sausage topping was great and was really fresh. The crust was fluffy chewy, even the ends of the crust got eaten too!” Darrell W., ...

  9. These US States Most At Risk For Blackouts This Summer, New Report Says

    These US States Most At Risk For Blackouts This Summer, New Report Says

    As temperatures climb, attention is turning toward the nation’s power grids and whether they can handle the added demand this summer.Though the Northeast should fare well, much of the US is facing an elevated risk of power blackouts between June and September, according to a report from the North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC).The risk assessment found that the entire ...

  10. One Lane To Be Closed On Taconic For Daytime Roadwork In Columbia County

    One Lane To Be Closed On Taconic For Daytime Roadwork In Columbia County

    Be ready for possible traffic delays on the Taconic Parkway in the coming weeks.Paving work on the parkway beginning Monday, May 23, will close one lane in both directions in Columbia County between Claverack and Chatham, according to the Department of Transportation.Lanes will be closed between State Route 217 and Interstate 90 each day from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m., weather permitting.Work ...

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