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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. With Temps Heating Up, Here's How To Prevent Tick Bites

    With Temps Heating Up, Here's How To Prevent Tick Bites

    With temperatures heating up and summer rapidly approaching, health officials are warning residents to be aware of ticks and the diseases they may carry.According to officials, “ticks can spread disease. Not all ticks can cause disease and not all bites will make you sick, but as these diseases become more common it's important to learn how to prevent a bite, how to remove a tick and ...

  2. Lawsuit: Pet Store Chain With Hudson Valley Locale Illegally Sold Puppies

    Lawsuit: Pet Store Chain With Hudson Valley Locale Illegally Sold Puppies

    A pair of chain pet store owners who operate a location in the Hudson Valley are facing a lawsuit from the New York Attorney General’s Office for alleged improper care of puppies and “widespread fraud and deception.”A lawsuit has been filed by acting Attorney General Barbara Underwood against Bell Pet Company, LLC, and its owners, Theodore and Sheila Bell - who own The Pet Zone store in ...

  3. Police Release Info On Reported Westchester Luring Incident

    Police Release Info On Reported Westchester Luring Incident

    Police in Bedford investigated a recent luring incident involving an elementary school student and a man in a sedan offering some candy.Investigators from the Bedford Police Department were dispatched to the intersection of Babbitt Road and Buxton Road, when a “young male operating a tan or silver sedan called out to the (elementary school) student something to the effect of ‘Hey come ...

  4. McDonald's Announces Plans To Hire 9K In New York

    McDonald's Announces Plans To Hire 9K In New York

    Thousands of summer jobs are coming to New York.McDonald’s announced that with summer rapidly approaching, the McDonald’s New York Tri-State Owner-Operators Association is expected to hire approximately 9,000 restaurant employees, namely those looking to pursue their education.According to officials, the company recently announced that it is “allocating $150 million over five years to ...

  5. Woman Charged With Stealing 9K From Westchester Victim's Bank Account

    Woman Charged With Stealing 9K From Westchester Victim's Bank Account

    A months-long state police investigation into thousands of stolen dollars from a Northern Westchester bank account has led to the arrest of a woman who is facing a pair of felony charges.In January, New York State Police began an investigation in Cortlandt, where there was an alleged fraudulent withdrawal of $8,000 from a local resident’s bank account.The investigation led police to ...

  6. Damaged Water Main Will Cause Closure Of Busy Scarsdale Roadway

    Damaged Water Main Will Cause Closure Of Busy Scarsdale Roadway

    A water main damaged during a road resurfacing project in Scarsdale will lead to temporary closures of a busy roadway for several hours as contracting crews complete repair work.Beginning at 9 a.m. on Monday, May 21, Fenimore Road will be closed in both directions between Brewster Road and Tompkins Road, until all necessary subsurface work and roadway repairs are completed later in the ...

  7. USDA Issues New Advisory On Romaine Lettuce E. Coli Outbreak

    USDA Issues New Advisory On Romaine Lettuce E. Coli Outbreak

    Click here for an updated story: Romaine Lettuce Is Safe To Eat Again After Weeks-Long E. Coli OutbreakMore people have fallen ill as a result of an  E. coli outbreak involving romaine lettuce.Twenty-three more people have reported illnesses in 13 states, according to the United States Department of Agriculture, bringing the total reported illnesses well over 100 in 25 states, including ...

  8. Chili's Reports Data Breach At 'Certain Restaurants'

    Chili's Reports Data Breach At 'Certain Restaurants'

    Chili’s has become the latest chain to be impacted by a data breach.The popular eatery’s parent company, Brinker International, announced this week that some customer credit and debit card information has been compromised at several Chili’s locations throughout the country in March and April this year, though the scope of the data breach remains under investigation."We sincerely ...

  9. Day 4: Power Back For Most Westchester Residents In The Dark

    Day 4: Power Back For Most Westchester Residents In The Dark

    It's been four days, but thousands of Northern Westchester and Putnam residents remain without power following Tuesday’s severe storm system that slammed the area, taking down trees and sending utility lines flying throughout the region and prompting an extensive recovery effort.Putnam, where a state of emergency was declared by Gov. Andrew Cuomo, was hit hardest, followed by parts of ...

  10. Police: Motorist Busted Driving With Nine License Suspensions In Scarsdale

    Police: Motorist Busted Driving With Nine License Suspensions In Scarsdale

    A White Plains man is facing a pair of misdemeanor charges after being busted driving in Scarsdale with nine suspensions on his license.While on patrol on Post Road shortly after midnight on Monday morning, police stopped 44-year-old Shaquan Taylor, when the vehicle’s License Plate Reader alerted officers that he had a suspended or revoked registration.During the traffic stop near the ...

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