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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. '800K People Don't Have Paychecks - #WheresMitch?' Says Ocasio-Cortez As She Searches Capitol

    '800K People Don't Have Paychecks - #WheresMitch?' Says Ocasio-Cortez As She Searches Capitol

    Where’s Mitch? Or, on Twitter @AOC, make that #WheresMitch.And it's becoming the Capitol building version of "Where’s Waldo?" for freshman New York congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, who has been vocally outspoken against Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell as the federal government shutdown nears one month.Ocasio-Cortez took to social media this week, condemning McConnell and ...

  2. CT Truck Driver Threatens Motorist With Hammer, Knife After Vehicles Crash

    CT Truck Driver Threatens Motorist With Hammer, Knife After Vehicles Crash

    A weapon-wielding tractor-trailer driver from Connecticut is facing multiple charges after threatening a driver on I-87 in Rockland County with a knife and hammer, police said.New York State Police troopers were dispatched to I-87 in Clarkstown shortly before 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 16, where there was a report of a driver menacing another following a motor vehicle collision.Police ...

  3. New Court-Ordered Inquiry Into Hillary Clinton Email Setup Halted By Federal Shutdown

    New Court-Ordered Inquiry Into Hillary Clinton Email Setup Halted By Federal Shutdown

    The longest-on-record government shutdown may have had some unexpected consequences, as investigators were forced to delay the inquiry into whether Westchester resident Hillary Clinton attempted to evade public record laws with her use of a private email account.Earlier this month, a District Court judge agreed to Judicial Watch’s request to depose several individuals regarding the ...

  4. Dog Food Recall Expanded By FDA

    Dog Food Recall Expanded By FDA

    Pet owners should double-check their cabinets as a dog food recall as been expanded for potentially toxic amounts of Vitamin D in the product.The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has expanded a recall of dry dog food products that have been making some pets sick. The recall comes following several complaints that dogs eating the food experienced vitamin D toxicity.According to the FDA, ...

  5. Tesla Hits Back In Battle With Connecticut

    Tesla Hits Back In Battle With Connecticut

    Will 2019 be the year that Tesla finally makes inroads in setting up a retail location in Connecticut?For the fourth consecutive year, Tesla is attempting to convince lawmakers in Connecticut to alter laws that prohibit the direct sale of vehicles to buyers by manufacturers, rather than through a franchise dealership.Tesla’s business model only calls for direct sales to consumers.Elon ...

  6. Did You Buy Them? Perdue Recalls 68K Pounds Of Chicken Nuggets

    Did You Buy Them? Perdue Recalls 68K Pounds Of Chicken Nuggets

    Perdue has announced a recall of thousands of pounds of a popular chicken nugget product after wood was found in some packages nationwide.The United States Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced on Thursday that Perdue is recalling 68,244 pounds of ready-to-eat chicken nugget products that may be “contaminated with extraneous materials, ...

  7. Shutdown Ineffective, Trump To Blame, Marist Poll Says: What Do You Think? Vote Now

    Shutdown Ineffective, Trump To Blame, Marist Poll Says: What Do You Think? Vote Now

    As the country remains gridlocked amid the longest government shutdown in the nation's history, more and more people are growing dissatisfied, according to a new Marist College poll.With an estimated 800,000 federal workers - including approximately 114,000 in New York and several thousand more In Connecticut - without work for nearly five weeks, Americans appear to be souring on the ...

  8. Prepare For Stretch Of Wintry Weather, Norwalk Police Say

    Prepare For Stretch Of Wintry Weather, Norwalk Police Say

    The stormiestweather of the New Year is making its way toward the East Coast, and with it, expected back-to-back winter storms that may bring several inches of snow to the area, along with icy roads and potential power outages.Related story: Back-to-back storms will be followed by ice, Arctive blastThe first storm is expected to strike overnight on Thursday, Jan. 17, bringing ...

  9. Woman Flees From Bedroom After Being Caught By Homeowner During Darien Burglary, Police Say

    Woman Flees From Bedroom After Being Caught By Homeowner During Darien Burglary, Police Say

    A woman hot-footed it out of a Fairfield County home after being caught by a homeowner intruding in the middle of the night, police said.An Overbrook Lane resident reported to police shortly after 1:30 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 10 that there had just been an intruder in her home who stole various items and items from under a Christmas tree.Police said that the homeowner stated that she was ...

  10. Laptop, Backpack Stolen From Unlocked Car In Darien, Police Say

    Laptop, Backpack Stolen From Unlocked Car In Darien, Police Say

    A woman in Darien became the latest to have items stolen from an unlocked car in the area as opportunistic fraudsters continue taking advantage of area residents, police said.A Herman Avenue resident reported to police on Thursday, Jan. 10 that she had been the victim of a motor vehicle burglary over the holiday season. She said that she last saw a grey backpack with a Chromebook laptop ...

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