Teenage Pilot Survives Plane Crash In Dutchess CountyFirefighters said she was lucky she didn't hit high transmission power lines near the crash site. 
Broadway Show 'Super You' Captivates Drive-In Movie Theater In Small N.Y. TownA sold-out crowd welcomed back live theater on Saturday night.
Lourds Lane Musical 'SuperYou' Moves From The Theater To A Dutchess County Drive-InThe musician's "SuperYou" musical was supposed to debut on Broadway in May. Instead it will happen in Dutchess County this weekend at a local drive-in.
Coronavirus Reopening: New York's Northern Counties Don't Want To Be Judged By COVID-19 HotspotsCuomo's reopening plan has Dutchess in the mid-Hudson region, along with COVID-19 hotspots Westchester and Rockland counties.
Dutchess County Christmas Display Features Guinness World Record 641,695 LightsA Christmas lights display at a home in Dutchess County is not just record breaking, it's also for a good cause.
Amazing Reunion: New York Family's Long Lost Cat Returns Home After 11 YearsHe was found wandering, seemingly living in plain sight, just a few miles from his Dutchess County home.
Officials: 2 Dead After Plane Crashes Into Dutchess County HomeOfficials say a second person has died in Saturday's plane crash in Dutchess County.
1 Dead, 1 Missing After Small Plane Crashes In Dutchess County, Destroys Residential HomeThe Federal Aviation Administration reports that a Cessna 303 aircraft with three people on board crashed into a residential home in Union Vale around 4:30 p.m.
New York Congressman's Relatives Critically Injured In Dutchess County Plane CrashThe aircraft went down in a wooded area in Wappingers Falls. The plane was traveling from Ohio to Rhode Island when it reported a "low fuel emergency"
Group That Helps Homeless Veterans In Dutchess County ‘Blindsided’ When VA Cuts Its FundingHudson River Housing Executive Director Christa Hines says the nonprofit scored 98.5 out of 100 on its application, but still got denied by the VA after being approved five years in a row.
Storms Bring Down Trees, Power Lines North Of New York CityExtreme heat gave way to severe weather in parts of the Tri-State Area Tuesday night – ripping down trees and power lines in some regions.