WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino formally vetoed the Immigrant Protection Act Wednesday. Click here to read the story.Some others top stories of the week include (Click on the link to read the entire story):
- A Westchester County police officer was injured Wednesday night when a man who was high on drugs and driving a stolen pickup truck crashed into his marked patrol vehicle in White Plains.
- Residents in a Northern Westchester town can sleep soundly after being named the No. 1 "2017 Safest City in America!" for the second year in a row by SafeWise.
- A former Bedford Hills corrections officer has been sentenced to nine months in prison for sexually abusing a female inmate last March.
- A man was sentenced to 18 years in prison for sex trafficking two minors from the Hudson Valley.
- Westchester is gearing up for a once in a generation experience.
- Toll Brothers officially broke ground Tuesday on Carraway, a 421-unit luxury rental community on the site of two former corporate office buildings at 103-105 Corporate Park Drive.
- Three teens who filmed themselves trespassing on the new Tappan Zee Bridge and then posted it on YouTube have been charged with third-degree criminal trespass, according to New York State Police.
- If you missed your chance to be an extra in a new untitled Al Pacino film, no worries: Second time's a charm.
- The $1 million winner of Saturday's Powerball jackpot who bought the ticket in Westchester has not come forward, but that person won't remain anonymous for long, according to the New York Lottery.
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