Randolph McLaughlin

Chappaqua Affordable Housing Development

Quarrel Brews Over Affordable Housing In Chappaqua

The median sale price for a home in Chappaqua is $1 million, but many residents have said they would welcome more affordable housing. But building that affordable housing has proven to be a struggle.


Hawa Bah, with her attorney Randolph McLaughlin speaks at a press conference announcing a lawsuit against New York City for the deadly police shooting of her son, Sept. 23, 2013. (credit: Alex Silverman/WCBS 880)

Family Of Man Fatally Shot By Police Sues City

The lawsuit was filed Monday in Manhattan federal court. It seeks unspecified damages for the September 2012 killing of 28-year-old Mohamed Bah, shot in his Morningside Heights home.


Jensen Daniel (credit: CBS 2)

Male Athlete Loses Appeal To Rejoin Teammates On Yonkers Girls Volleyball Team

A battle over sex equality in Westchester County is sharpening as a male athlete vows to continue his fight to rejoin a girl’s volleyball team.


Kenneth Chamberlain Jr. outside Federal Court in Manhattan. (credit: Rich Lamb/WCBS 880)

Son Files $21 Million Lawsuit In White Plains Police Killing Of Kenneth Chamberlain

The lawsuit blames White Plains and eight members of its Police Department for excessive force, wrongful death, conspiracy and more in the death of Kenneth Chamberlain Sr.


Kenneth Chamberlain (credit: Family Handout)

No Indictment In White Plains Police Killing Of Kenneth Chamberlain

A grand jury found no reasonable cause to vote for an indictment in the Nov. 16 killing of Kenneth Chamberlain, Westchester County prosecutors said.


Kenneth Chamberlain (credit: Family Handout)

Lawyer For Family Of Kenneth Chamberlain ID’s Cop Who Allegedly Shouted Racial Slur Before Shooting

The lawyer for the family of shooting victim Kenneth Chamberlain said he’d like to see an indictment against White Plains Officer Steven Hart.


Kenneth Chamberlain (credit: Family Handout)

Son Sues White Plains Police Department Alleging Father’s Death Was ‘Hate Crime’

A call from a medical alert pendant quickly became anything, but routine at the apartment of 68-year-old Kenneth Chamberlain.


Voting machine - Port Chester, NY - File / Photo: Village of Port Chester

Port Chester Appeals Federal Voting Rights Ruling

The Port Chester board of trustees voted 4-2 Tuesday night to hire a law firm to appeal a finding that local elections were unfair to Hispanics.