Here's the latest news: A search warrant is being served at the Connecticut home of Fotis Dulos, as he remains in critical condition following a suicide attempt. There's not going to be any snow for awhile in the tri-state area. Police are searching for a gunman who shot two men outside a Newburgh home Tuesday night.
>>Search Warrant Served At Connecticut Home Of Fotis Dulos
(Farmington, CT) -- A search warrant is being served at the Connecticut home of Fotis Dulos, as he remains in critical condition in a New York City hospital following a suicide attempt. Cops were attempting to gain access to his Farmington residence, as a possible suicide note could connect to potential criminality, given Dulos has been charged with murder in the disappearance of his estranged wife. Jennifer Dulos has not been seen since dropping the couple's children off at school last May. Yesterday in Stamford, a judge raised Fotis Dulos' bond and ordered he be re-arrested, if he's released from Jacobi Medical Center in the Bronx.
>>No Snow For Awhile In Tri-State
(New York, NY) -- There's not going to be any snow for awhile in the tri-state area. If you like the sun you're in luck, but for snow you need to go elsewhere. Today will be in the high 30s, which is normal for January. However, forecasters say a warm up for the area will start by Friday as temperatures rise slowly into the 50s by early next week. Groundhog Day on Sunday is expected to be around 45-degrees.
>>Bullets Fly Outside Newburgh Home
(Newburgh, NY) -- Police are searching for a gunman who shot two men outside a Newburgh home Tuesday night. Cops say a total of 17 shots were fired on South Clark Street. The victims were identified as 17-year-old Allah Gayle, an NFA North High School student, and 33-year-old Aaron Stone. The men were rushed to a nearby hospital, and are in serious condition. No word on a motive for the gunfire.
>>Yonkers Woman Sentenced In Deadly Stabbing Of Ex
(Yonkers, NY) -- A Yonkers woman is sentenced to six months in jail and five years of probation for fatally stabbing the father of her children. Chanelle Franklin had pleaded guilty to manslaughter. Police say the 34-year-old stabbed her ex, Khalif Kennedy, in the neck during an argument at her apartment on Caryl Avenue on February 2nd last year. Franklin told police Kennedy got aggressive before she accidentally stabbed him. The two apparently had a tumultuous history.
>>Man Injured After Being Struck By Car In New Paltz
(New Paltz, NY) -- A 59-year-old man is injured after being struck by a car while crossing Main Street in New Paltz. Police say the victim was crossing the street within the designated crosswalk Wednesday morning, when he was hit by a 66-year-old man driving eastbound. Responding officers found the victim lying in the street, as bystanders administered first aide. Authorities say his injuries appeared to be non-life threatening, and the driver was issued a traffic summons for failure to yield.
>>Police Seek Help Identifying Man Having Suspicious Contact With Children
(Red Hook, NY) -- Police are asking for the public's help regarding an investigation into a man having "suspicious contact with children" in Dutchess County. Cops say they're investigating two-incidents in Rhinebeck and Redhook, where an older man with grey facial hair and a blue truck had contact with children. Two-weeks ago, police in Redhook investigated an incident in which a subject matching the man's description exited his vehicle and approached a 12-year-old boy. Authorities say no crimes have been committed, but information is needed in order to interview the subject.
>>White Plains Installing New Solar Panels
(White Plains, NY) -- Officials in White Plains are announcing plans to install solar panels on eight city properties later this year. The new panels will triple the current production of solar power in the city, generating up to six-megawatts of power annually. Officials say that's enough to power almost five-thousand homes a year. The panels are expected to be operational by March 2021, and will make White Plains the largest community producer of solar energy in Westchester.
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