Skeletal Remains Unearthed In Southold Could Help Police Crack Decades-Old Cold CaseThe bones are believed to be those of a mother who disappeared in 1966, and the suspected killer is a former police officer.
FDNY Lt. Christopher Raguso Remembered With Bunting Ceremony At Firehouse, Yellow Ribbons In HometownTributes are being paid to fallen FDNY Lt. Christopher Raguso, who died in a helicopter crash in Iraq last Thursday.
Police: 87-Year-Old Priest Beaten, Robbed In His Shelter Island HomeA small, quiet community was transformed into a crime scene on Sunday.
Here We Snow Again: Winter Storm Watch Posted As Fourth Nor'easter NearsTuesday's the official start of spring, but nobody seems to have told Old Man Winter. 
Baldwin HS Girls Basketball Team Wins Back-To-Back State TitlesA Long Island high school basketball team is making history following a big win Sunday.
'There's No Excuse For This:' Commuters Growing Frustrated With Renovations At Wantagh LIRR StationFor two years, it's been undergoing renovations and now, many riders say they're fed up with the wait.
Man Allegedly Drives Into 2 People During Road Rage Incident On Long IslandPolice say Anthony Scott was involved in a "brief physical altercation" with three others over a parking spot and drove into two of them.
Suffolk County Police: Basement Barbecue Sickens DozensPolice on Long Island say dozens of party goers attending a basement barbecue suffered carbon monoxide poisoning.
Hate Crime Investigation Launched After Statue Of The Virgin Mary Vandalized On Long IslandThe statue was vandalized at the Church of Saint Majella in Port Jefferson Station sometime over the weekend, police said.
Tunnel To Towers Foundation Comes To Aid Of Distraught FDNY FamilyAs loved ones mourn the deaths of the seven airmen killed in a helicopter crash in Iraq, a local foundation is lending a helping hand to one of the grieving families.
3 Men From N.Y., Including 2 FDNY Members, Killed In Military Helicopter CrashThree of the seven people who died when a military helicopter crashed Thursday in Western Iraq were from New York, including two citizen-soldiers who also served the FDNY.
Stubborn Fire At Recycling Plant Near LIRR Tracks Snarls Evening ServiceThe fire broke out around 1:30 p.m. near a paper recycling plant on Jamaica and Hollis Avenues and quickly grew to five alarms. 

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