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Karen Tensa

Managing Editor, Connecticut ktensa@dailyvoice.com

Karen has lived and worked in Connecticut for more than two decades. Her professional experience includes more than a decade of work as the news editor at The Advocate in Stamford and reporting and editing stints on the staff of The Hartford Courant, among others. She is dedicated to writing local news, enjoying winter sports and reading nonfiction books.

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  1. Police Come To Rescue Of Sinking Boat Off Long Island Sound

    Police Come To Rescue Of Sinking Boat Off Long Island Sound

    A boat was saved from sinking off Tod's Point and no injuries were reported, thanks to the Greenwich Police Department's Marine Section. Police received a report early Saturday morning of a boat in Long Island Sound that was possibly on fire and was taking on water and going down at the stern, police said. When officers from the Marine Section arrived, they found no fire and deployed ...

  2. No Cause Of Death Determined For Westchester Man Who Went Overboard

    No Cause Of Death Determined For Westchester Man Who Went Overboard

    The cause of death for a 51-year-old Westchester man who went overboard in Stamford Harbor on the Long Island Sound has not yet been determined pending further studies, the Connecticut Office of the Chief Medical Examiner said.  The results will be determined in six to eight weeks, a spokesman said, likely awaiting the results of toxicology testing.Jose Diaz, a 51-year-old who lived in ...

  3. ID Released For Westchester Man Whose Body Was Pulled From LI Sound

    ID Released For Westchester Man Whose Body Was Pulled From LI Sound

    STAMFORD, Conn. — The name of the 51-year-old man from Harrison who whose body was pulled from the Long Island Sound after he went overboard iin Stamford Harbor late Saturday has now become known.The man was identified as Jose Diaz by his ex-wife Michelle Soriano, who said he knew his way around on boats, LoHud.com reported.Diaz was pulled from the water early Sunday after about an hour ...

  4. Westchester Boater Dies After Falling Overboard

    Westchester Boater Dies After Falling Overboard

    A 51-year-old Harrison man died after falling overboard in Stamford Harbor on the Long Island Sound late Saturday night, according to Stamford fire officials and multiple media reports. Rescuers had searched the waters for the man for nearly an hour into early Sunday. Boaters noticed the man, whose identity has not yet been released, was missing from their 38-foot cabin cruiser as they ...

  5. Westchester Native Charles 'Chuck' Gulden, 55, Financier

    Westchester Native Charles 'Chuck' Gulden, 55, Financier

    Charles "Chuck" Frederick Gulden of New Canaan, Conn., died unexpectedly on June 21. He was 55.Gulden was born Nov. 22, 1961, in New York City and raised in Rye. He was a graduate of The Hotchkiss School and Denison University, where he was a member of the Phi Delta Theta fraternity as well as president of the Interfraternity Council.He had a distinguished career in the money ...

  6. 17-Year-Old Male Hit, Killed By Metro-North Train ID'd As HS Student

    17-Year-Old Male Hit, Killed By Metro-North Train ID'd As HS Student

    A 17-year-old high school student was hit and killed by a Metro-North train over the weekend in Greenwich, Conn., according to a railroad spokesman. He was hit near the Cos Cob station at 12:01 a.m. Sunday by a southbound train that departed New Haven at 10:45 p.m.Greenwich school officials offered condolences as they identified the boy as a junior at Greenwich High School, but did not ...

  7. 17-Year-Old Male Hit, Killed By Metro-North Train

    17-Year-Old Male Hit, Killed By Metro-North Train

    A 17-year-old male was hit and killed by a Metro-North train over the weekend in Greenwich, Conn., according to a railroad spokesman. He was hit near the Cos Cob station at 12:01 a.m. Sunday by a southbound train that departed New Haven at 10:45 p.m.The name of the victim has not been released as the Metropolitan Transportation Authority continues to investigate, Metro-North spokesman ...

  8. Megyn Kelly's Interview With Sandy Hook Hoaxer Airs Amid Controversy

    Megyn Kelly's Interview With Sandy Hook Hoaxer Airs Amid Controversy

    In Connecticut, the NBC affiliate broadcast an old episode of "George To The Rescue" at 7 p.m. Sunday. But in the Hudson Valley, and the rest of the country, NBC aired "Sunday Night With Megyn Kelly," hosted by the NBC anchor and Westchester resident. The news show opened with a 15-minute interview with Alex Jones, a conspiracy theorist who says the Sandy Hook school massacre was ...

  9. Stew Leonard Predicts Amazon Purchase Of Whole Foods Will Be Game Changer

    Stew Leonard Predicts Amazon Purchase Of Whole Foods Will Be Game Changer

    Amazon's $13.7 billion proposed purchase of Whole Foods will shake up the food industry as the retail giant brings technology and delivery to the table, the president of Stew Leonard's told NBC Connecticut.  Stew Leonard Jr. said his chain of dairy stores, which includes Yonkers as well as Danbury, has been looking at new delivery options and more prepared foods — as demanded ...

  10. NBC, Megyn Kelly Overhaul Interview With Sandy Hook Hoaxster After Backlash

    NBC, Megyn Kelly Overhaul Interview With Sandy Hook Hoaxster After Backlash

    NBC News is scrambling to put out the firestorm surrounding Westchester resident Megyn Kelly's interview with Alex Jones after outraged Sandy Hook families slammed the network for giving a platform to the conspiracy theorist who claims the mass killing at the Newtown elementary school was a hoax.Kelly, who lives in Rye, has "completely overhauled" the Jones interview, scheduled to be ...

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