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Flash Flood Watch Issued Until April 20 at 2PM by NWS New York City

FLASH FLOODING POSSIBLE LATE TONIGHT INTO SATURDAY…From late tonight through Saturday afternoon a slow moving frontal system will approach the region Friday night into Saturday. Heavy rain will become likely late Friday night through Saturday morning. Total rainfall amounts will be around 1 inch with locally higher amounts possible. Excessive runoff will be possible which […]


Rockland Sheriff: Judith Clark Should Have Remained in Prison “Until the Lord Took Her”

The getaway driver in the 1981 Brink’s Nanuet mall heist that took the lives of two Nyack police officers and a security guard, and who was released on parole this week, could be out of prison by May 15th or sooner. Judith Clark originally was sentenced to 75 years to life, but Governor Andrew Cuomo […]

Bronx Man Pleads Guilty to Drug Charges in Rockland

A Bronx man charged with being involved with a large-scale drug trafficking operation in Rockland pleaded guilty yesterday in county court. Rockland’s acting D-A says Elio Duarte pleaded guilty to selling drugs in Haverstraw last December. Duarte was among 11 people facing felony drug charges when the heroin ring was busted in February. He’ll be […]

Piermont and Orangetown Police Rescue Toddler from Locked Car

Piermont and Orangetown Police officers sprang into action this week to get a toddler out of a locked car in Orangeburg. Orangetown supervisor Chris Day was getting lunch at Gino’s Bagels on Route 303 when he saw a group of police officers working on a car… It’s a good time to point out that as […]

Is Health Care a Right or a Privilege?

Is health care a right or a privilege? That’s the question Doctor Jeffrey Shannon of Hudson Valley Audiology Center posed on his show “Listen Up Rockland” right here on WRCR recently. Dr. Andrew Schuette is an audiologist with the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, and says it’s more complicated than whether it’s […]

Meredyth’s Pet Corner

Hi Tor List of Adoptable Pets 4/18/19

We are pleased to announce last week, Chaos, Prime, Puff, Belle, Mya, Misha, Bertha and Snowball were all adopted!! Meet Lucky, he hasn’t been so lucky recently. He is a 3-year-old Wheaten Terrier that was surrendered to Hi Tor a few weeks ago because he was not getting along with the young kids in the […]

Hi Tor List of Adoptable Pets 4/11/19

Hi world, this is Baby. The volunteers think she is quite a cutie. She is active and still young at only 2 years old. She does tend to chase small furry things, so she needs someone who will understand that she needs guidance and structure to not chase moving things unless it’s a toy or […]

GM’s Corner


Our Antenna Project is entering its final stages! Electrical work and tower adaptation have been completed. Antenna tune-up and interface to the transmitter will be implemented next week, by our Chief engineer, Tom Ray. Then, final testing, followed by getting on the air full-time, as authorized by the FCC recently. All of us at WRCR […]

WRCR HD Digital Will Be Back Soon!

You won’t believe you are listening to an AM station! Crystal clear FM-quality audio on the AM band! Here’s how to get us on HD: You will need a HD receiver – 30 million are already in use! Here is a link to an inexpensive but good portable receiver – “Sparc” available at http://SPARC […]

Morning Drive Show


Rockland County Marine Corps League Auxiliary

Members of the Rockland County Marine Corps League Auxiliary are happy to meet others related to Marines, either by birth or marriage! They have a great group, always active with projects to help Marines, US military in general, and their families. They meet the 4th Tuesday of every month at 7:30pm, upstairs at K&E Post […]


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Snow Closings Updated Regularly

Please click on the image below to view all snow closings for Rockland County.