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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. Cuomo Unveils $178 Billion Spending Plan Filled With Liberal Policies

    Cuomo Unveils $178 Billion Spending Plan Filled With Liberal Policies

    New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has unveiled his annual state budget proposal that includes an aggressive liberal agenda.At the annual traditional State of the State speech on Tuesday, Jan. 15, Cuomo released his $178 billion spending plan that includes progressive voter reform, legal marijuana and safety reform for limousines. He also proposed making the state’s 2 percent property-tax cap ...

  2. Video: Down Goes The Old Tappan Zee Bridge

    Video: Down Goes The Old Tappan Zee Bridge

    Did you see it?There's only one Tappan Zee Bridge now -- the new bridge -- following Tuesday morning’s demolition of the old bridge.Thousands were on hand or watching live streams, including on the New York New Bridge website, on Tuesday morning, when the explosives at the 64-year-old bridge went off at approximately 10:52 a.m. on Jan. 15, marking the end of an ...

  3. Three Involved In $3M Stolen Credit Card Ring Busted In Westchester

    Three Involved In $3M Stolen Credit Card Ring Busted In Westchester

    Three members of an alleged nationwide multi-million dollar stolen credit card ring were reportedly arrested in Westchester, according to the Westchester County Business Journal.The ring’s alleged leader, Hamilton Eromosele was charged with aggravated identity theft and he and two others, Youssouf “Slim” Traore and Deja Monet were charged with conspiracy to commit bank fraud, according ...

  4. Westchester Mayor’s Unexpected School Visit With Rapper Leads To Chaos

    Westchester Mayor’s Unexpected School Visit With Rapper Leads To Chaos

    What was supposed to be a surprise for students at Mount Vernon High School devolved into chaos on Friday, following a visit from the mayor and an Internet rapper.Mount Vernon Mayor Richard Thomas and rapper “Fatboy” made an appearance at the high school on Friday, Jan. 11, unbeknownst to the school, its principal, or Mount Vernon Superintendent Kenneth Hamilton.During the visit - which ...

  5. Legal Action Authorized Against Mayor, Rapper, After High School Melee

    Legal Action Authorized Against Mayor, Rapper, After High School Melee

    The Mount Vernon School District Board of Education has passed a resolution authorizing legal action against Mayor Richard Thomas and rapper Fatboy following last week’s chaotic incident at the high school.Mount Vernon Mayor Richard Thomas and rapper “Fatboy” made an appearance at the high school on Friday, Jan. 11, unbeknownst to the school, its principal, or Mount Vernon ...

  6. Fire Tears Through Roof Of Chappaqua Mansion

    Fire Tears Through Roof Of Chappaqua Mansion

    Smoke could be seen billowing from a mansion in Northern Westchester as flames tore through the roof on Sunday leading to a partial collapse.Members of the Chappaqua Fire Department and a crew from Pleasantville were dispatched to Sutton Farms Drive shortly after 3:45 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 13, where there was a report of a possible roof fire, officials said.Upon arrival at the home, ...

  7. Suspect Stealing From Car Takes Officers On Foot Chase In Westchester, Police Say

    Suspect Stealing From Car Takes Officers On Foot Chase In Westchester, Police Say

    Police are cautioning area residents to lock up their homes and cars after a sticky-fingered suspect took officers in Westchester on a foot chase when he was caught rummaging through a car.A Tuckahoe police officer on patrol at approximately 1:30 a.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 8 spotted a suspect going through a car parked on Lake Avenue. When the officer stopped to intervene, the suspect took ...

  8. Winter Danger: How To Stay Safe From 'Silent Killer,' Carbon Monoxide

    Winter Danger: How To Stay Safe From 'Silent Killer,' Carbon Monoxide

    With winter in full swing and temperatures plummeting, health officials are warning area residents to be wary of carbon monoxide, the “silent killer.”Health officials in the tri-state area issued an alert this week cautioning of the dangers of carbon monoxide, which has been dubbed the “silent killer,” since it cannot be seen, smelled or tasted.Officials warned that carbon monoxide can ...

  9. Restaurant Reopens Months After Fire Tore Through Building In Westchester

    Restaurant Reopens Months After Fire Tore Through Building In Westchester

    Nine months after a fire gutted a popular area, the owners have reopened the doors to the eatery, which is once again open for business.In April last year, on a rainy morning, firefighters were dispatched to the Lincoln Barbeque on East Lincoln Avenue in Mount Vernon, when a fire broke out in the ceiling and quickly spread to the rest of the structure. It took crews several hours to ...

  10. Gas Demand Hits Lowest Level in Nearly Two Years, Lowering Cost

    Gas Demand Hits Lowest Level in Nearly Two Years, Lowering Cost

    Prices at the pump continue to plummet for motorists, as the gasoline demand hits its lowest level in nearly two years, AAA announced.Nationally, the average motorist is paying $2.23 per gallon, down from $2.49 a year ago and down 19 cents from a month ago. The price drop comes despite a record number of travelers throughout the country during the holiday season.According to AAA, the ...

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