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Zak Failla

Content Producer 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. Bridgeport Man's Murder Conviction Overturned After 33 Years In Prison

    Bridgeport Man's Murder Conviction Overturned After 33 Years In Prison

    A 62-year-old Fairfield County man who spent 33 years in prison in New York for the murder of a teenager had his day in court and his conviction has been overturned on Long Island.Keith Bush of Bridgeport, who has maintained his innocence for 44 years since his arrest in 1975, had his conviction overturned this week after a case review found new evidence that proved his ...

  2. CT Fugitive Still On Run After Saying He'd Surrender If 'Wanted' Facebook Post Got 15K Likes

    CT Fugitive Still On Run After Saying He'd Surrender If 'Wanted' Facebook Post Got 15K Likes

    A Connecticut man who made a deal with police to turn himself in if a wanted poster received 15,000 “likes” on Facebook is still on the run, investigators said.Investigators from the Torrington Police Department posted on Facebook that Jose Simms, 29, who is wanted on seven failure to appear warrants, agreed to turn himself in if a post received the necessary likes.Simms failed to ...

  3. Fairfield Man Accused Of Exposing Himself To Passersby At Beach

    Fairfield Man Accused Of Exposing Himself To Passersby At Beach

    A Fairfield County man allegedly exposed his genitals to passerby at an area beach, leading to his arrest, police said.Members of the Milford Police Department responded to Woodmont Beach near Beach Avenue and Wall Street at approximately 3:20 p.m. on Wednesday, May 22, where there was a report of a man who exposed himself to several people in the area.The investigation into the ...

  4. This Fairfield County Middle School Named Tops In State

    This Fairfield County Middle School Named Tops In State

    A Fairfield County school has been named the state’s “middle school of the year” by the Connecticut Association of Schools.Earlier this year, Principal Bryan Darcy of David Wooster Middle School in Stratford was notified by the organization that the school had been named a finalist for the award. After being named finalists, a committee from the Connecticut Association of Schools ...

  5. Possible E. Coli Contamination Leads To Recall Of 62K Pounds Of Beef Products

    Possible E. Coli Contamination Leads To Recall Of 62K Pounds Of Beef Products

    More than 60,000 pounds of raw beef products have been recalled by the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service due to potential E. coli contamination concerns.Aurora Packing Company announced that it is recalling 62,112 pounds of product after the potential E coli O157:H7 was discovered during random sample testing by FSIS. There have been no reported ...

  6. CT Couple Sentenced For Stealing 500 Pieces Of Mail From Mailboxes

    CT Couple Sentenced For Stealing 500 Pieces Of Mail From Mailboxes

    A woman and man from Connecticut who were busted with hundreds of pieces of mail during a traffic stop have been sentenced after admitting to robbing “rural” mailboxes in Northern Westchester. Shamaty Pacheco, 20, and Axel Zuniga-Loor, 25, both of Waterbury, have been sentenced to five years probation after pleading guilty to one count each of criminal possession of stolen property, ...

  7. New Lamont Plan Calls For 'No More Than 50' Toll Locations

    New Lamont Plan Calls For 'No More Than 50' Toll Locations

    Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont’s plans for tolls on state highways is coming together, though they’ve been deferred to a special session over the summer.The governor released a 24-page preliminary draft of his electronic highway tolling plan, which calls for no more than 50 gantries on Interstates 91, 95, 84, and along Route 15, which includes the Merritt and Wilbur Cross parkways. ...

  8. NY Lawmakers Vote To Release Trump's State Tax Returns To Congress

    NY Lawmakers Vote To Release Trump's State Tax Returns To Congress

    New York State lawmakers are one step closer to gaining access to President Donald Trump’s state tax returns.The New York State Assembly passed legislation on Wednesday, May 22 which would amend the law to allow the state Department of Taxation and Finance to release the tax returns of elected officials. The bill is expected to be signed into law by Gov. Andrew Cuomo later this month if ...

  9. Expect Delays: I-95 Shutdowns Scheduled During $15M Overhaul

    Expect Delays: I-95 Shutdowns Scheduled During $15M Overhaul

    Motorists have been advised to avoid a stretch of I-95 as contractors prepare to kick off work on an overpass that is getting a multi-million dollar overhaul in the area, likely leading to lengthy delays for drivers passing through the area.The Connecticut State Department of Transportation announced plans to replace the Route 1 overpass at Exit 9 in Stamford with a new steel and ...

  10. Twice-Deported Man Sentenced For Illegally Reentering US

    Twice-Deported Man Sentenced For Illegally Reentering US

    A man already deported out of the country twice will spend nearly two years behind bars after admitting to illegally entering the United States.Hector Ovidio Diaz Garrido, a citizen of Guatemala last known to live in Norwalk, has been sentenced in Bridgeport district court to 21 months in prison after pleading guilty to reentry of a removed alien.U.S. Attorney John Durham said that Diaz ...

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