School officials claim drivers illegally speed past stopped school buses an estimated 50,000 times per day in New York state.
A Long Island woman was recently carjacked steps from her front door, and police said the frightening encounter was all part of a disturbing crime spree.
A woman posing as Kate Sullivan withdrew more than $9,000 from a Chase branch in Commack, Long Island, on Sept. 23, 2014, before unsuccessfully trying to repeat the crime in Freeport, police said.
Police on eastern Long Island say a driver accidentally struck and killed her 80-year-old husband in a high school parking lot.
After Superstorm Sandy, the Village Hall in Island Park was destroyed. But now, 2 1/2 years later, residents will be seeing a new building constructed.
Nassau and Suffolk county executives are coming together to make an appeal for more volunteer firefighters.
Republican Dean Skelos told reporters that he has hired an attorney in response to the investigation but said he had no plans to step down.
CBS2 Exclusive: Rescued Exotic Bird Tests Positive For Contagious Parrot Fever; Other Families Could Be At Risk
A rare, contagious bird infection has surfaced on Long Island in a bird that was housed with more than 100 others. It’s an illness that could spread to humans.
Authorities say mother of two, Julia Rigby, went from stealing small items from stores to robbing banks on Long Island.
A group representing helicopter operators has filed a lawsuit claiming new laws restricting flights at East Hampton’s town airport are unconstitutional.
After seeing thousands of students sit out New York’s statewide English assessments last week, school districts are beginning three days of math testing.
Police sent a swat team to a Long Island home after receiving a call about a possible hostage situation that turned out to be a hoax.
There’s a fire fight going on in Long Beach, but it’s not the kind having to do with flames.
A Centereach, Long Island woman was arrested Tuesday, after allegedly crashing into a fence in Bay Shore driving while high on drugs.
After serving half of his young life behind bars, Long Island’s Marty Tankleff is seriously considering running for congress.