WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Here a look at last week's top stories from around Southern Westchester County.
- The man arrested in connection to the fatal shooting of Shamoya McKenzie in Mount Vernon was briefly employed by the city as a seasonal maintenance worker, according to local officials.
- Conservative radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh went on a rant Wednesday about Greenburgh Supervisor Paul Feiner's suggestion that an "Almost Presidential Museum Library" be created to recognize the contributions of Chappaqua's Hillary Clinton and four other presidential candidates who won the popular vote but lost the Electoral College.
- Former Edgemont school teacher Carolyn Warmus, convicted of killing her lover's wife in 1989, was denied parole Tuesday.
- A White Plains woman is facing up to 25 years in prison after she was indicted on multiple felony charges for her role in the deaths of two senior citizens in a head-on collision while driving with drugs in her system and a blood alcohol content nearly quadruple the legal limit.
- After participating in several collegiate combines to showcase his skills, Iona College soccer star Jordan Scarlett is set to take his talents to the pros after being drafted by his hometown team.
- A Yonkers man was arrested with hundreds of pounds of stolen copper wire from Con Edison in Greenburgh after being stopped for a routine traffic stop.
- A New Rochelle man was arrested over the holiday weekend after it was determined he was driving with a blood-alcohol content nearly triple the legal limit after being stopped for a traffic violation on I-95.
- A Mount Vernon man was arrested over the holiday weekend after being involved in a car crash with a blood-alcohol content more than double the legal limit on I-287.