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Zak Failla

Urgent News Reporter zfailla@dailyvoice.com

Zak! worked as a sports editor at the Shoshone News Press in northern Idaho and as a sports writer at the Ithaca Journal before making his way to The Daily Voice. A graduate of Ithaca College's Roy H. Park School of Communication, he is a self-proclaimed cat and juggling enthusiast. 

Zak Failla's Contributions

  1. AG: Westchester School Bus Drivers Commit Hundreds Of Red Light Violations

    AG: Westchester School Bus Drivers Commit Hundreds Of Red Light Violations

    When Westchester parents drop their kids off at the bus stop to go to school each morning, they think they’re in safe hands. Attorney General Eric Schneiderman isn’t so sure.An investigation by Schneiderman’s office into school bus safety found that drivers had committed nearly 1,500 red light camera violations in Westchester and Suffolk counties committed by 15 randomly selected bus ...

  2. Police: Restaurant Worker From Scarsdale Uses Wine Bottle Opener In Assault

    Police: Restaurant Worker From Scarsdale Uses Wine Bottle Opener In Assault

    A restaurant employee from Westchester was arrested by state police after allegedly stabbing a co-worker repeatedly with a wine bottle opener.New York State Police trooper received a report from Danbury Hospital in Connecticut, where a patient came in at approximately 3:15 a.m. on Sunday morning with multiple stab wounds.During the subsequent investigation, police said it was determined ...

  3. Man Indicted In Road-Rage Stabbing That Killed Hartsdale Man

    Man Indicted In Road-Rage Stabbing That Killed Hartsdale Man

    The  21-year-old man has been indicted on a manslaughter charge after allegedly fatally stabbing another motorist on the Taconic State Parkway during a bout of road rage.Christian Walczyk of Pleasant Valley in Dutchess County is scheduled to be arraigned in Westchester County Court later this week after being indicted on charges that include felony first-degree manslaughter, ...

  4. Lane Closures Scheduled On New Tappan Zee Bridge

    Lane Closures Scheduled On New Tappan Zee Bridge

    There will be weekday overnight lane closures near the Tappan Zee Bridge as contractors continue construction activities near the bridge’s landings and abutments this week.Beginning on Tuesday, Tappan Zeee Constructors will be continuing work that requires lane and ramp closures for Westchester-bound traffic on the Thruway. The work follows the shift of the southbound and eastbound ...

  5. A Decade Later, Multi-Million Dollar Luxury Condos Open In Bronxville

    A Decade Later, Multi-Million Dollar Luxury Condos Open In Bronxville

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. - After more than a decade of development, VillaBXV is welcoming residents to its luxury downtown condominiums in the heart of Bronxville.Officials opened the doors to VillaBXV this week, finally unveiling the 53-home building on Kensington Road, more than a decade after the plan for the property was first introduced.Developers have been attempting to redevelop ...

  6. New Rochelle WWII Marine To Be Reinterred At Arlington After Remains Found

    New Rochelle WWII Marine To Be Reinterred At Arlington After Remains Found

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. - A Marine from Westchester who fought in the Pacific during World War II is reportedly being reinterred at Arlington National Cemetery after his remains were discovered after several decades.In 2015, the body of Marine Cpl. Walter Critchley of New Rochelle - who was assigned to Company F, 2nd Battalion, 8th Marines, 2nd Marine Division in November 1943 - was ...

  7. Dog Quarantined After Biting Runner In Scarsdale

    Dog Quarantined After Biting Runner In Scarsdale

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. - A dog was put into quarantine for more than a week after biting a pedestrian passing on a street in Scarsdale this past weekend.Shortly before 1 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 7, police were dispatched to Harcourt Road near Hampton Road, where a woman told officers she was running westbound on the sidewalk, and when she attempted to pass a girl walking the dog, it bit ...

  8. Hudson Valley Police Departments Join In '9 p.m.' Alert For Residents

    Hudson Valley Police Departments Join In '9 p.m.' Alert For Residents

    Hudson Valley law enforcement agencies are encouraging homeowners to develop a “9 p.m. Routine” in an effort to curtail crime in the area.Following a national trend, police departments in the Hudson Valley have taken to social media to encourage homeowners to ensure their cars and homes are locked, with valuables secure and out of sight.According to police in Haverstraw, many larcenies ...

  9. Stranger Danger: Bronxville PD Teaches Students To Keep Digital Lives Safe

    Stranger Danger: Bronxville PD Teaches Students To Keep Digital Lives Safe

    BRONXVILLE, N.Y. - As social media continues to invade everyday life, students in Bronxville got a visit from police to offer advice about staying safe in a digital world.Bronxville Middle School students, who have been learning about digital citizenship in the classroom, were joined by Bronxville Police Sgt. William Carrol and Officer Michael Lewis at the school to “discuss the ...

  10. Mount Vernon Mayor, City Comptroller At Odds Over Check For $70K Vehicle

    Mount Vernon Mayor, City Comptroller At Odds Over Check For $70K Vehicle

    MOUNT VERNON, N.Y. - A temporary restraining order has reportedly been issued after Mount Vernon City Comptroller Maureen Walker allegedly canceled a check intended to pay for police vehicles.Mount Vernon Mayor Richard Thomas said that on Friday, Westchester County Supreme Court Judge Charles Wood issued the restraining order directing J.P. Morgan Chase to issue payment for a police ...

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