School Delays Graduation To Hold Memorial Service For Student Who Died SuddenlyMore than 1,000 people gathered at the school Thursday night to pay their respects and remember 17-year-old Kailana Koether.
Anti-Gay Graffiti Found In Rockland County ParkA hiker found anti-gay slurs scrawled on painted concrete slabs promoting gay pride at Blauvelt State Park on Wednesday morning.
‘You Don’t Know How To Draw A Swastika?’ Misshapen Symbols Of Hate Found In NanuetA hate crime investigation was underway in Rockland County where swastikas were spray painted in front of a home.
Anti-Semitic Graffiti Scrawled On Home For Sale Appears To Be Aimed At Jewish BuyersThe vandals appear to be worried about who might move into a vacant home that's for sale in Rockland County.
New York State Boy Overdoses On Cannabis-Infused Gummy CandyPolice say the 10-year-old's father allowed him to sit in the family car by himself, where he discovered a pack of the laced treats.
Popular Netflix Series ’13 Reasons Why’ Prompts Schools To Warn Parents About Teen SuicideThe show, a cautionary tale about suicide, has become the latest binge-watching craze among high school age viewers.
Black Bear Leaves Family Trapped In Rockland County HomeA huge black bear recently trapped a Rockland County family in their own house.
Without Costly Improvements, Rockland County Senior Center Will Close Its DoorsRetired Catholic nuns who dedicated their lives to helping others are now in need of some help themselves.
Anti-Semitic Graffiti Found On New City Trees Painted Over By LandownerA formal ceremony was planned Wednesday to remove the graffiti, but a rabbi told 1010 WINS the images were already painted over.
Residents Appalled At Swastikas Found Spray-Painted Onto Trees In Secluded New City SiteA local rabbi was fighting back after swastikas and other messages of hate were found spray-painted onto trees in the woods in New City.
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.
Rockland Community Reacts To Call For Clemency In Brinks Robbery CaseGovernor Andrew Cuomo granted Judith Clark -- an imprisoned radical jailed in the infamous Brinks robbery of 1981 -- clemency on New Year's Eve. As CBS2's Lou Young reports, the decision is not sitting well with some in the Rockland community who are still scarred by the bloodshed.

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