Kennedy hugged and clasped hands with her lawyers as a six-person jury cleared her of driving while impaired, a misdemeanor.
The defense rested its case Thursday after calling a final witness to stand and introducing a medical journal article that appears to bolster her testimony.
Rabbi Alfredo Borodowski pleaded guilty Thursday in Mamaroneck Village Court to second-degree harassment. He will get no jail time or probation if he stays out of trouble for a year.
Kennedy testified that she thought she had taken her thyroid medication, but must have taken a sleeping pill by mistake.
The new law requires those businesses to maintain high-quality digital recorders and to turn over the images to police upon request.
The icy weather coming Wednesday could make for some treacherous footing, and everyone in the Tri-State Area was advised to make sure they tread carefully.
A judge has ruled that the single courtroom in a small suburban town can’t handle the drugged-driving trial of Kerry Kennedy. Her lawyers argued there are obstacles to holding a high-profile trial in the town courtroom in Armonk.
The victim was shot in the neck shortly before 10 p.m. He was rushed to Jacobi Medical Center. It remains unclear whether the victim was an employee or a customer.
The budget is tight in Albany, so the School for the Deaf is raising money at crowdrise.com. The school is aiming to raise $45,000 to fund a special rubber surface to accommodate children that use walkers or wheelchairs.
With no insulation in the couple’s exterior kitchen wall the frigid, cold air blasted into their home, froze pipes, and left the couple without hot water.
Police Chief James Bradley said store officials received two threatening phone calls shortly before 1 p.m. and decided to evacuate.
In a decision that has met with mixed reaction, more and more retailers have decided to open on Thanksgiving Day for pre-Black Friday sales.
Heavy rain and winds began sweeping through the area Tuesday night, causing holiday travel head aches for some early Wednesday.
A former Westchester County teacher was arraigned on rape charges Wednesday, after she allegedly had a sexual affair with a 14-year-old boy who attended her school.
A federal judge told Lawrence Mulqueen he is entitled to have opinions, but his postings had crossed the line into criminal behavior.