Fallen Officers, Conservationist Among Names Proposed For New ‘Tappan Zee’ BridgeAs the new bridge rises west of Tarrytown, there are new moves a foot to give it an inspiring title. An online petition has gathered steam to name it for three fallen heroes.
Name Confusion Has Westchester Leaders Pushing For ChangeThe only place where Westchester's municipalities are listed in one place is the County Center in White Plains. Some you'll recognize, like Eastchester or Mamaroneck. Others, you may not -- like New Castle.
NYPD Detective Steven McDonald Eulogized As Hero, 'The Real Superman'Steven McDonald, the NYPD detective best known for forgiving a teenage gunman who left him paralyzed in 1986, was remembered Friday as a hero who never gave in to self-pity and lived a full life despite his disability.
Cuomo's Plans For 2016 Would Cost Taxpayers Fortune, Critics SayNew York State Gov. Andrew Cuomo took his State of the State address tour to the suburbs on Tuesday.
Port Authority Increases Security At NY Airports Following Deadly Shooting At Fort Lauderdale AirportSecurity is being increased at New York-area airports Friday in wake of a shooting at Fort Lauderdale Hollywood International Airport that left at least five people dead and eight injured.
To Avoid Allergic Reactions, Give Kids An Early Start On Peanuts; Experts SayCall it counter-intuitive, but the absence of peanuts in the diet seems to have made severe allergic reactions later more likely, not less.
Yonkers School Officials Wonder If Free Lunch Program Is Being GamedA popular school lunch program in Yonkers has suddenly gotten more expensive for one local school district.
Mount Vernon Family Pleads For Young Basketball Star’s Killer To Come ForwardHearts were broken in Westchester County when an eighth grader, and rising basketball star was killed by a stray bullet.
Connecticut Supreme Court Reinstates Murder Conviction For Michael SkakelA new chapter began Friday in a murder case going back more than 40 years involving a Kennedy cousin.
United States Slaps Sanctions On Russia For Election Hacking; Russia Closes School, Vacation HousePresident Barack Obama has imposed sanctions on Russian officials and intelligence services in retaliation for Russia's interference in the U.S. presidential election by hacking American political sites and email accounts.
Deal Could Prevent Federal Fines For Westchester CountyCounty officials say they've complied with a federal consent decree over affordable housing in predominantly white suburban communities.
Last-Minute Shoppers Out In Force As Christmas, Chanukah Quickly ApproachThe hustle and bustle of the holiday is in full gear.

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