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  1. Family Calls Great White Shark Sighting Off NJ Shore 'Life-Changing'

    Family Calls Great White Shark Sighting Off NJ Shore 'Life-Changing'

    For a family out fishing Sunday off the Jersey Shore, the biggest catch of the day wasn't what they expected, according to CBS New York.Finding and documenting a young great white shark about 3 miles off the coast of Margate has been "life-changing" for the family as their discovery earned them a place in great white shark conservation history, says CBS New York.Experts say ...

  2. Westchester Walk To Defeat ALS Raises Close to $200,000

    Westchester Walk To Defeat ALS Raises Close to $200,000

    PURCHASE, N. Y. -- More than 50 teams took on the 2-mile Walk to Defeat ALS on Sunday, June 26, at Manhattanville College in Purchase to raise close to the $200,000 goal for the 14th annual fundraising event.Prior to the walk, 81 percent of that goal had been collected, and more donations are coming in. The annual walk benefits the Greater New York Chapter of ALS Association, an ...

  3. White Plains Sex Offender Faces New Charges In Greenwich

    White Plains Sex Offender Faces New Charges In Greenwich

    GREENWICH, CONN. -- A 68-year-old White Plains, N. Y. man, previously convicted in connection with running a fake modeling agency as a ruse to assault young women, is now facing new criminal charges for approaching a Greenwich teenager and giving her diet pills, according to Greenwich Times.John Altman, of Main Street in White Plains, is being held on $150,000 bail in the Greenwich ...

  4. White Plains Man Faces Robbery, Assault Charges In Greenwich

    White Plains Man Faces Robbery, Assault Charges In Greenwich

    GREENWICH, CONN. -- A 22-year-old White Plains man is facing robbery and assault charges after a police investigation into an April incident involving three men attacking and robbing a 38-year-old Greenwich man, the Greenwich Times reports.Greenwich police picked up Lukeen Thompson at the Westchester County Jail where he was being held in an unrelated case. In Greenwich, he's charged ...

  5. Higher Fines For Repeated 'Gate Running' Among New NY Rail Laws

    Higher Fines For Repeated 'Gate Running' Among New NY Rail Laws

    In an effort to improve railroad crossing safety throughout the state, Gov. Andrew Cuomo and legislative leaders announced Monday a series of measures including higher fines for drivers who repeatedly drive around lowered safety gates at railroad crossings.The legislative package, part of a coordinated effort to address safety following a deadly rail crash last year near Valhalla ...

  6. Navy Pilot From Westchester Makes Appearance On 'Jeopardy!'

    Navy Pilot From Westchester Makes Appearance On 'Jeopardy!'

    RYE, N. Y. -- Stew Latwin, a Navy pilot from Rye, gets a chance to test his knowledge Monday when he appears as a contestant on the ABC game show "Jeopardy!"Local viewers can catch the show on WABC-TV. Check local listings or visit Jeopardy.com for details.The show, with its host Alex Trebek, has been in syndication for 32 years and attracts about 25 million viewers each week. ...

  7. Trump University Was 'A Fraud' From The Start, NY Attorney General Says

    Trump University Was 'A Fraud' From The Start, NY Attorney General Says

    New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman told ABC News Thursday morning that Republican presidential presumptive nominee Donald Trump was the only one who benefited from Trump University.The New York real estate mogul and presumptive GOP nominee for president is facing lawsuits from former students, including in New York, where Schneiderman is claiming the university is a fraud. ...

  8. Lower Hudson Valley Schools Keep Tabs On Lead In Water

    Lower Hudson Valley Schools Keep Tabs On Lead In Water

    School systems in the lower Hudson Valley are scrambling to test and address lead contamination in water, but some officials say having a central reporting system for lead testing and remediation would be helpful in their efforts, according to lohud.com.Spurred in part by the lead contamination crisis in Flint, Mich., schools in Westchester and Rockland counties have been notifying ...

  9. Westchester Officials Debate Plugging $17.6M Budget Hole

    Westchester Officials Debate Plugging $17.6M Budget Hole

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Westchester County nonprofit officials and county staff already are bracing for budget cuts as county officials debate how to fill the $17.6 million projected budget deficit in light of County Executive Rob Astorino's pledge to not raise property taxes, lohud.com reported.Declining consumer spending along with low gas prices and stagnant inflation are some of ...

  10. Suspicious Items Cause Brief Disruption At Westchester County Airport

    Suspicious Items Cause Brief Disruption At Westchester County Airport

    WHITE PLAINS, N. Y. -- The baggage area in Westchester County Airport in White Plains was briefly evacuated Tuesday after Transportation Security Administration agents spotted suspicious items while examining luggage, according to News 12 Westchester.The agent saw something cylindrical, along with some wires, so the area was cleared around 1:30 p.m. Airport officials closed drop-off and ...

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