L.I. Attorney Accused Of Stealing Nearly $230,000 In Settlement MoneyA Long Island attorney was accused Thursday of stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars in settlement money from his client.
Cesspool Tragedy Could Have Been Worse, Second Worker Barely Escaped With His LifeA day after a cesspool caved in, killing a worker on Long Island -- we're finding out that a second worker also had a close call.
Cash Is Pouring Into Suffolk Casino, But So Are Complaints From NeighborsThe new casino on Long Island appears to be on a roll with cash pouring in, but so are the parking complaints from some neighbors who filed a lawsuit.
Parking Meters Are Taking Business Away In Bay Shore, Owners ComplainA popular hamlet on Long Island’s Great South Bay is an uproar over parking.
Wet Weather Hits Tri-State Area Ahead Of Memorial Day WeekendMemorial Day weekend may be the unofficial start to summer, but the weather isn't exactly cooperating.
Man Dead After Becoming Trapped By Collapsed Cesspool In HuntingtonEmergency crews were on the scene after a cesspool collapsed, trapping a man on Long Island.
Surveillance Cameras Will Soon Be Installed Along Long Beach BoardwalkCity leaders say the goal is to deter scofflaws, like dog walkers, skateboarders and rollerbladers.
Mangano Appears In Court For Corruption Case Pre-Trial HearingThe Nassau County executive, his wife and former Oyster Bay Town Supervisor John Venditto are accused of corruption, extortion and bribery, among other charges. All three have pleaded not guilty.
‘The Animals Rescued Me:’ Man Says Working At A Shelter Saved Him From A Life Of CrimeA teen running with a dangerous crowd was on the brink of losing it all, but he found a new direction courtesy of some canines.
New Food Pantry On Long Island Helps Feed Hungry While Providing JobsThe brand new food pantry on Hansen Avenue in Freeport is run by the Long Island Council of Churches inside a warehouse owned by AHRC Nassau.
Famed Northport, L.I. Bar Gunther's Tap Room Destroyed By FireA Long Island watering hole once frequented by legendary Beat Generation novelist and poet Jack Kerouac has been destroyed by fire.
CBS2 Exclusive: North Hempstead Looks To Quails To Cull Tick PopulationThanks to a 'quail cam' -- part of a pilot program to hatch and raise tick devouring quail -- all eyes are on a batch of Bobwhite Quail.

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