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!
The annual report released Thursday found two-thirds of adults in America and nearly one-third of children and teenagers are obese or overweight.
Darbe Pitofsky, 83, claims she was chased, threatened with arrest and slapped with a ticket for putting day-old newspapers in a trash can near her apartment on East 71st Street.
The suspects were taken into custody Thursday morning. They’re accused of running illegal card games on Staten Island.
The Mets’ longtime clubhouse manager amassed a secret hoard of baseballs, hats, bats and uniforms, including an autographed 1986 World Series warm-up jersey, that he intended to use to fund his retirement, prosecutors said Wednesday in announcing his arrest on stolen property and fraud charges.
Police returned to a barrier island of Long Island to focus on an area where the most recent human bones were found.
Police say a James Olsen, 56, who was stealing money from his 88-year-old mother, strangled her to death in their home before attempting suicide and calling 911 several hours later.
Coney Island has opened its first new roller coasters since the famed Cyclone was built in the 1920s.
A city correction officer charged with killing his ex-girlfriend nearly 11 years ago has pleaded not guilty to second degree murder.
Two school bus drivers in Queens have been arrested as part of a statewide crackdown on bus drivers following the horrific crash in the Bronx two weeks ago that left 15 people dead.
Months after a Brooklyn mother (pictured) was indicted in the death of her emaciated 4-year-old daughter two former child welfare workers have been charged with criminally negligent homicide and official misconduct.
Chris Brown may need some anger management after the singer reportedly threw a fit in his dressing room following an appearance on “Good Morning America.”
Manhattan prosecutors say a Metropolitan Transportation Authority worker falsified signal inspection reports on the No. 7 subway line.
Citing a lack of funds from Nassau County, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority may eliminate over half of Long Island Bus’ routes.
There were hugs and tears among those who knew the boy who was killed. “I didn’t see him get hit but the way he was laying on that street shouldn’t have happened,” said bystander Michelle Jackson.
Friends and relatives of Anna and Yelena Bulchenko said a final farewell this morning to the mother and daughter victims of last week’s stabbing spree in Sheepshead Bay.