Officers conducting surveillance spotted Tyreek Langs, with the baby in his arms, walk down the street and sell heroin to a drug buyer at the corner of Peters Boulevard and Kelly Avenue, police said.
There is anger and heartbreak on Long Island after a catering hall closed down with no warning.
Seventy-five percent of the restaurants and other businesses on the mile-long stretch of food and fun are back, according to Chamber of Commerce president Charles Hirschberg.
Police said the ATM ID thefts work by getting the card number with the skimming device and then getting the accompanying PIN code by putting a small camera at the ATM machine.
Jason Kidd, hired to coach the Brooklyn Nets just days after retiring as a player, has a pending court case in New York stemming from a drunken driving arrest.
“We’re seeing an increase in the extreme events and increase in damage associated with them as we’ve become more vulnerable,” said Louis Uccellini, Director of the National Weather Service.
The Hamptons is known for its beautiful beaches and wealth, and summertime helicopter noise. Some, however, hope a solution to the noise has been found.
A man has been charged with stealing $9,700, using a skimming device and a pinhole video camera at ATMs at two Suffolk County banks.
Daniel Sheehan could face the rest of his life behind bars for planting a dud bomb at a Long Island store.
The profit margins seem staggering — yogurt selling for 59 cents an ounce, yet costs less than a dime to produce. Even when you subtract the expense of cups and spoons, studies show a 500-percent markup on a typical 10-ounce serving.
The head of the National Security Agency is defending government eavesdropping on the phone and Internet communications of millions of Americans, even as some members of Congress express surprise at the extent of the program.
A judge on Long Island found earlier this year that the Campaign Center and its owner, Garrett Morgan, knew they were defrauding people by collecting for the Coalition Against Breast Cancer.
County Comptroller George Maragos said Nassau will end its 2012 fiscal year with a $41.6 million budget surplus.
Marcia Baltz and her husband built a red and white miniature lighthouse featuring a real revolving light as a birthday gift for their daughter 40 years ago.
Eight residents of the Bristal Assisted Living Communities have been taking part in a unique program at the stables at HorseAbility on the SUNY Old Westbury campus.