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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 a self-proclaimed cat and juggling enthusiast. 

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  1. Trump Aide, Yorktown HS Grad Forced To Declare Bankruptcy Over Illness

    Trump Aide, Yorktown HS Grad Forced To Declare Bankruptcy Over Illness

    An aide of President Donald Trump that graduated from Yorktown High School was forced declared bankruptcy while his wife suffered from a chronic disease.A story reported in the Daily Beast on Friday depicts the tale of Yorktown native - and Hopewell Junction resident - Dan Scavino, Trump’s social media director whose wife has suffered from Lyme disease for more than a decade.Scavino ...

  2. Scarsdale's Ed Coleman Among Stars At WFAN 30th Anniversary Celebration

    Scarsdale's Ed Coleman Among Stars At WFAN 30th Anniversary Celebration

    Some Hudson Valley dignitaries were in the house for WFAN Radio’s 30th anniversary to celebrate three decades for the one of the country’s longest running 24-hour sports talk radio channels.Among those in attendance at the 30th Anniversary celebration at Grand Central Terminal were Dutchess County resident Sweeny Murti, Scarsdale native Ed Coleman, Suzyn Waldman of Yorktown Heights and ...

  3. JetBlue Westchester Flight Has Emergency Landing After Smoke In Cockpit

    JetBlue Westchester Flight Has Emergency Landing After Smoke In Cockpit

    A plane that took off from the Westchester County Airport had to make an emergency stop following reports of smoke in the cockpit.Approximately 100 passengers were forced to make an emergency landing in South Carolina from a Florida-bound JetBlue flight at 10:30 a.m. on Friday, according to the Federal Aviation Administration.No injuries were reported. Passengers were reportedly ...

  4. Former Pine Plains, Syracuse Star Tyler Lydon Goes In NBA Draft First Round

    Former Pine Plains, Syracuse Star Tyler Lydon Goes In NBA Draft First Round

    After two years starring at Syracuse University, a former Hudson Valley basketball standout was made a first round selection in the NBA Draft. Tyler Lydon, a former star at Pine Plains in Dutchess County who took his talents to Syracuse, was drafted 24th overall by the Utah Jazz, though he’ll be suiting up with the Denver Nuggets following a draft night trade.The 6-foot 8-inch forward ...

  5. Jazz Trade Up To Draft Basketball Star From Westchester

    Jazz Trade Up To Draft Basketball Star From Westchester

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. - A basketball star who grew up in Westchester was one of the stars of the show at Thursday night’s NBA Draft.Donovan Mitchell Jr., who was born in Greenwich, Conn. and grew up in Elmsford, was drafted in the lottery on Thursday, picked by the Utah Jazz 13th overall, who moved up in a big trade to select him.The Jazz traded third-year forward Trey Lyles and the ...

  6. Coyote Sightings Near Yonkers Raceway Spark Residents' Concerns

    Coyote Sightings Near Yonkers Raceway Spark Residents' Concerns

    YONKERS. N.Y. - Officials in Yonkers have called a meeting as restlessness grows following several coyote sightings near the Yonkers Raceway and Hillview Reservoir.Members of the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation and U.S. Department of Agriculture have scheduled a meeting at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday night at the St. Barnabas Elementary School, where they will discuss ...

  7. Senate OKs Bill To Name New TZ Bridge After Gov. Cuomo's Father, Mario

    Senate OKs Bill To Name New TZ Bridge After Gov. Cuomo's Father, Mario

    The New York State Senate has approved a bill that would name the new Tappan Zee Bridge after Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s late father, Mario.According to multiple reports, the bill was introduced at the end of a long legislative session by a Suffolk County Senator that would rename the currently under construction bridge the Governor Mario M. Cuomo Bridge.The current bridge is named for former ...

  8. Basketball Star From Westchester Could Be Lottery Pick In NBA Draft

    Basketball Star From Westchester Could Be Lottery Pick In NBA Draft

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. - A fbasketball standout who grew up in Westchester and starred for Rick Pitino at Louisville last year may be a lottery selection in Thursday night’s NBA Draft, possibly as a target for the New York Knicks.Donovan Mitchell Jr., who was born in Greenwich, Conn., and grew up in Elmsford, has been a popular name for teams picking in the first half of the first ...

  9. Deal Made To Rebuild 'Crumbling' Yonkers Schools

    Deal Made To Rebuild 'Crumbling' Yonkers Schools

    Legislation has been passed that will afford Yonkers millions of dollars to begin rebuilding “crumbling” schools and invest in new construction throughout the district.Both houses of the New York State Legislature approved legislation sponsored by Assemblymembers Shelley Mayer and Gary Pretlow on Wednesday night that authorized accelerated funds to continue progress of the “Yonkers City ...

  10. Hudson Valley's Tyler Lydon Could Be NBA Draft First-Round Pick

    Hudson Valley's Tyler Lydon Could Be NBA Draft First-Round Pick

    A standout Hudson Valley basketball star’s life is expected to change on Thursday night, when he is expected to be selected in the NBA draft.Tyler Lydon, a former star at Pine Plains in Dutchess County who took his talents to Syracuse University, is being eyed by NBA teams as a late first or early second-round draft pick, according to experts throughout the country.A lifelong Knicks ...

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