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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. Hudson Valley's Jeanine Pirro Sued For Black Lives Matter Statements

    Hudson Valley's Jeanine Pirro Sued For Black Lives Matter Statements

    Fox News personality and former Westchester County District Attorney Jeanine Pirro is being sued by a civil rights activist who is claiming he was defamed while the host discussed Black Lives Matter on her show.DeRay McKesson has filed a lawsuit against Fox News and Pirro, accusing her of slandering him during a segment when she talked about a police officer’s defunct lawsuit against ...

  2. Sex Offender Reports Move To Pleasant Valley

    Sex Offender Reports Move To Pleasant Valley

    A registered sex offender convicted of raping a teenage girl has reported an address change in Dutchess County.The New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services issued an alert this week to Dutchess residents regarding the residency of 53-year-old Shane Bower, who has moved to an apartment on Route 44 in Pleasant Valley.The Division of Criminal Justice Services has assigned ...

  3. Flu Cases Spike In Rockland, CDC Says

    Flu Cases Spike In Rockland, CDC Says

    Flu season may be about to get a bit worse for Hudson Valley residents, as cases of the flu are spiking in New York, according to the State Department of Health.According to officials, there has been an 86 percent increase in confirmed influenza cases in the past week, including confirmed cases in every Hudson Valley county.In Westchester, Orange, Rockland and Dutchess Counties, there ...

  4. Goodell Gives Hudson Valley Firefighter Battling Cancer Super Bowl Tickets

    Goodell Gives Hudson Valley Firefighter Battling Cancer Super Bowl Tickets

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. - A Tarrytown firefighter facing a fate scarier than a burning building is going to live out a lifelong dream courtesy of Westchester native and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell.Goodell - who hails from Bronxville - surprised firefighter Bill Duggan, who recently received news that he had terminal brain cancer, with tickets to Super Bowl 52, which will be played ...

  5. Victims Of Hudson Valley Priest Get $250K Each From Archdiocese

    Victims Of Hudson Valley Priest Get $250K Each From Archdiocese

    Three Hudson Valley men abused by a Croton-on-Hudson Catholic priest decades ago will receive $250,000 each in compensation from the New York Archdiocese.Three men filed claims earlier this year, stating that Gennaro “Jerry” Gentile, who worked as a priest for nine Hudson Valley parishes over the span of several decades before being removed from the ministry in 2002, molested them ...

  6. First Responders Save Unconscious Driver Trapped After Crash On Taconic

    First Responders Save Unconscious Driver Trapped After Crash On Taconic

    First responders took less than 15 minutes to rescue an unconscious driver who required extraction from her car after driving into a tree on the Taconic Parkway in Yorktown.Members of the Yorktown Heights Volunteer Fire Department were dispatched to a stretch of the parkway shortly before 1 p.m. on Monday afternoon following reports of a Honda that had driven off the road and into a ...

  7. I-84 Stop Results In DWI, Drug Charges For Duo

    I-84 Stop Results In DWI, Drug Charges For Duo

    A routine traffic stop of a drunken driver led to drug charges for his passenger in Putnam County after he threatened state police over the weekend.New York State Police troopers conducted a traffic stop at 2:15 a.m. Saturday after spotting 35-year-old Noval Baez of Danbury make vehicle and traffic violations while driving on I-84 in Southeast.During the stop, troopers said that Baez ...

  8. Save The Dates: Here Are Gridlock Alert Days For Rest Of Holiday Season

    Save The Dates: Here Are Gridlock Alert Days For Rest Of Holiday Season

    With the holidays nearly here, the New York City Department of Transportation is encouraging area residents to utilize public transportation whenever possible.Each year, the NYC DOT designates Gridlock Alert Days, which mark some of the busiest traffic and travel days on the calendar. As such, the DOT is encouraging residents that are heading to work, shop or otherwise to “consider ...

  9. Police: LaGrange Man On The Run After Stealing $9.3K In Unemployment Funds

    Police: LaGrange Man On The Run After Stealing $9.3K In Unemployment Funds

    New York State Police in Dutchess are seeking the public’s assistance as they attempt to track down a man wanted for stealing nearly $10,000 in unemployment benefits.An alert this week was issued by state police regarding 40-year-old Shaun Sestak, who is wanted by the Town of LaGrange Justice Court for charges that include third-degree grand larceny, falsifying business records and ...

  10. Fishkill Man Faces Third DWI In Two Years, Other Charges After Traffic Stop

    Fishkill Man Faces Third DWI In Two Years, Other Charges After Traffic Stop

    A Dutchess County man is behind bars after receiving his third DWI in two years.New York State Police troopers on patrol in East Fishkill stopped 39-year-old Fishkill resident Patrick A. Pierre-Saint on Route 376 on Wednesday after spotting him committing several vehicle and traffic violations.During the stop, troopers said that Pierre-Saint “demonstrated obvious signs of impairment, ...

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