Upstate Butcher Rolls Out Meat Vending Machines In Westchester County Town Of EastchesterIt's a new convenience for carnivores -- meat from a vending machine.
Father-To-Be Killed By Explosive Device Intended For Gender Reveal Event In Sullivan CountyState police say there was no malicious intent with the explosive device and it is being investigated as a tragic accident.
New Rochelle Teacher Karen Johnson Dies Of COVID-19: 'She Marched Back Into The School And She Did Her Job'Even as her family grieves her loss, they are proud of the life she lived and the difference she made. 
Snow Creates Dangerous Road Conditions In New York's Northern SuburbsAt the height of the storm, it was coming down fast and furious in White Plains, reducing visibility for drivers.
Orange County Prepares For Ice Storm; 'This Really Taxes Our Emergency Services And The Utilities'The winter has delivered more than its share of cold and ice, with still more on the way, threatening power outages.
New Haven Police Investigating Potential Romantic Jealousy As Motive Behind Shooting Death Of Yale Graduate StudentPolice in New Haven say they're making steady progress as they search for the killer of a Yale University graduate student.
After Being Apart 11 Months Due To COVID-19 Protocols, Couple Married 58 Years ReunitesOn their wedding day in 1963, they vowed to love each other "in sickness and in health." First Alzheimer's, then the coronavirus pandemic, their vow remains unbroken.
Westchester County In The Process Of Examining Dozens Of Police Reform RecommendationsThere is update on the vital work of police reform in New York, inspired by the death of George Floyd and other shocking incidents.
Yale Graduate Student Kevin Jiang Shot To Death In New HavenPolice said Jiang was killed Saturday in the East Rock neighborhood. So far, no arrests have been made.
Local Pharmacies Eager For Additional Shipments Of COVID VaccineA new federal program will ship a million doses directly to pharmacies across the country, with more coming in the months ahead. 
Mount Vernon Residents Facing Prolonged Sewage Backups While City Struggles To Replace Aging Sewer SystemA century old sewer system under the streets of New York's eighth largest city is on the verge of collapse, according to residents and city officials.