Nun Receives 100th Birthday Surprise While Confined To Room Due To CoronavirusA nun in Westchester County isn't letting the coronavirus pandemic ruin her 100th birthday.
Parents Say Staff Didn't Call 911 After Toddler's Finger Was Severed At Westchester Daycare CenterTheir claims sparked a state investigation, and CBS2 has learned the daycare center in question has dozens of violations.
'It's Dangerous:' Safety Concerns Over Busy Roadway Near Mall In Dobbs FerryThe speed limit is 50 miles per hour, but cars speed much faster on Saw Mill River Parkway where it intersects with Lawrence Street.
Fire Rips Through Vacant Building In Dobbs FerryFirefighters on Tuesday evening were battling a fire in a vacant building next to the Saw Mill River Parkway in Dobbs Ferry.
Toni On! New York: The Artifacts And Delights Of Washington HeightsWLNY TV 10/55's Toni Senecal takes us on a trip to Washington Heights, with a look at the breathtaking medieval art at the Cloisters, a visit to the historic Morris Jumel Mansion, Dominican delights and fusion dining, and more.
Police: Drag Race May Have Led To Deadly Overnight Crash In Dobbs FerryPolice believe drag racing may be what led to a deadly crash overnight on the Saw Mill River Parkway in Dobbs Ferry.
Multiple Women Receive Threatening, Explicit Letters In Dobbs FerryPolice in Westchester County were searching Monday for the person who has been sending disturbing mail to several women in Dobbs Ferry.
Following Historic IPO, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Weds Longtime GirlfriendThe couple married at his Palo Alto, Calif. home in front of fewer than 100 stunned guests who thought they would be attending a party to celebrate Chan's graduation from medical school.
Facebook Prices Initial Public Offering At $38 Per Share Facebook Inc. and its early investors now stand to reap as much as $18.4 billion from the IPO, if the extra shares reserved to cover additional demand are sold as part of the transaction.
New York Court Of Appeals Hearing Parking Lot Shooting Case Of Richard DiGuglielmoDiGuglielmo was found guilty of recklessly killing 37-year-old Charles Campbell, a sanitation worker, in the off-duty 1996 incident over a parking spot outside DiGuglielmo's father's deli in Dobbs Ferry.
Dobbs Ferry Latest To Join RiverWalk PlansThe path along the Hudson River in Dobbs Ferry will soon be a part of Westchester County's RiverWalk.