Carol D'Auria

Carol D’Auria began her broadcasting career in 1976 at Cablevision as a writer for Channel 12. Since then she has worked at eight radio stations in the metropolitan area. For the past 14 years she has worked at 1010 WINS as both general assignment news reporter and as an anchor.

Carol is a Long Island native although most of her work takes her to the five boroughs of New York City. She finds “breaking” news stories the most exciting and the most challenging, although at times waiting for them to happen can be a test of her creativity and endurance.

Ms. D’Auria is a graduate of Nassau Community Collage and Queens College. She performs annually at the Inner Circle show, which raises money for various area charities. Ms. D’Auria is a member of the Order of the Sons of Italy.

Finally, although Carol attributes her success to the unconditional support of her parents, her own discipline and plain, old tenacity as well as some really good luck!

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NYPD Detective’s Columbus Day Rescue Just His Latest Exploit

Detective Ben Kalinsky is the same man who helped rescue two women from the East River after last week’s helicopter crash.


Kelly Addresses NYPD Pepper Spray Incident At Wall Street Protests

The commissioner won’t say whether the cop was justified, but he did describe the protesters’ behavior leading up to the incident as “tumultuous conduct.”


Brooklyn Boy Rescues Mom With Life-Saving Phone Call

Drew Gilkes, a third grader at P.S. 13, was getting ready for school shortly after 8 a.m. when his mother began having a seizure at their Hendrix Street home.


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Suspect Fatally Shot By Jersey City Police Officer

Hudson County Prosecutor Edward DeFazio said Officer Luis Mecka was responding to reports of shots fired when he saw 28-year-old Deron Kittrell, who appeared to have a gun.


FBI Raids Brooklyn & L.I. Homes In Connection With Hacking Group ‘Anonymous’

An FBI spokesman told 1010 WINS’ Carol D’Auria that search warrants were executed and computers were seized at the homes.


NYC Tops U.S. In Monthly Parking Fees, Survey Finds

If you think living in Manhattan is expensive, try parking here. A recent survey by Colliers International found that the median monthly parking rate for Midtown was $541 while Downtown rates were $533 a month.


Agree With Anthony Weiner’s Decision To Resign Over Sexting Scandal?

It’s been nearly three weeks since news of Anthony Weiner’s infamous Twitter crotch shot broke, and today the embattled congressman announced his resignation in Brooklyn.


Airlines Collected $3.4 Billion In Baggage Fees In 2010

In 2010, the major airlines made a combined $2.6 billion in profits, less than they collected in bag fees.


1 Dead, 4 Wounded After Brighton Beach Boardwalk Shooting

Two gunmen opened fire Thursday afternoon on a crowded boardwalk in Brighton Beach, killing a teenage girl and wounding four other people, police said.


Citigroup Says Hackers Accessed Customers’ Online Data

Citigroup Inc. said Thursday that hackers accessed the credit card information of North American customers, in an online security breach affecting about 200,000 accounts.


Internal Affairs Probing Police Response To Park Slope Sex Assault

The investigation surrounds the availability of a neighbor’s security camera video that captured the incident. Authorities will now look to see why police may have ignored the video and continued to canvass the area for the alleged attacker instead.


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Nothing Found On Long Island In New NY Serial Killer Probe Search

Investigators say nothing was found in their latest search for possible remains on a barrier island south of New York’s Long Island.


Sky Express Bus Company Shut Down Indefinitely Following Fatal Crash In Virginia

North Carolina-based Sky Express Inc. has been shut down nationwide, including in New York City’s Chinatown, the destination of the ill-fated bus involved in Tuesday’s crash in Virginia that left four dead and 54 injured.


NYPD Officers Kenneth Moreno And Franklin Mata Found Not Guilty Of Rape Charges

After seven days of deliberations jurors have found two New York City cops not guilty of sex charges after a woman accused them of rape in December 2008.


Musician Stanley Wright Found Dead In Storage Trunk At Brooklyn Home

Police checked Wright’s Brownsville home around 3:30 a.m. and found his body in the basement. He was last seen on Thursday when he went to move his car.



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