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!
Parents of children in school districts 24 and 30 in say problems with overcrowding have gone too far.
A 12-year-old Staten Island boy accused of trying to rip the head scarf off a Muslim classmate during recess has been arrested on hate crimes charges, according to police.
Police said Marie Claudia Blaise and her 13-year-old son were found unconscious in their home early Wednesday after suffering from carbon monoxide poisoning.
According to a new NYPD report, there was an alarming 31 percent homicide rate increase among blacks in 2010 with 42 percent of the overall killings occurring in Brooklyn.
The two neighbors got into a heated argument in the shop on Bath Avenue that led to both men brandishing guns and the eventual killing of a 77-year-old man.
John Hopkins, 45, has been arrested on rape charges. The alleged victim said Hopkins held her in apartment on Humboldt Street for eight days.
The Tri-State Transportation campaign says 415 pedestrians are killed in downstate New York, New Jersey and Connecticut every year.
State Assemblyman Michael DenDekker introduced a bill that would make municipalities pay motorists $100 for tickets doled out erroneously.
A Long Island couple is reaffirming their love by renewing their vows — 70 years after a little known Jackie Gleason hosted their wedding reception.
Police said a man was arrested after making an illegal U-turn in Jamaica, Queens near JFK Airport and officers found nunchucks in his back seat.
For such a famously excitable guy, Regis Philbin made his big announcement with surprising calm: He’s retiring from his show.
Laura Serrano, of Bay Shore, blames issues at the Bergen Point Sewage Treatment Plant for her Homan Avenue home being twice flooded by sewage.
NEW YORK (CBS 2/1010 WINS) — In two days, Long Island highways have seen two violent wrong-way collisions. On Tuesday, an early morning wrong-way crash on the Long Island Expressway left two people hospitalized, CBS 2′s Magee [...]
Polls showed Democrat Eric Schneiderman and Republican Dan Donovan were neck and neck in the polls in the race to become New York’s Attorney General.
A defense lawyer is questioning the criminal mischief charge against a college quarterback accused of breaking a store window after a teammate was shot to death by suburban New York police.