The family who died in a crash on the Southern State Parkway last weekend was to be laid to rest on Saturday.
Nassau County Court Judge Jerald Carter told 34-year-old Darrell Fuller on Friday that the sentence would be a “prelude to the hell that may await you.”
A Long Island man was driving around for weeks with a winning lottery ticket worth $2.9 million in his truck and didn’t even know it.
Police Commissioner Bill Bratton will soon roll out a pilot program in five precincts and one housing project in which patrol officers will wear body cameras.
The bill, which is sponsored by Legis. Kara Hahn (D-Setauket), is intended “to protect lifeguards from the harmful effects of ultraviolet light while on duty.”
Police continued to search Thursday for a suspect who followed a 74-year-old woman into her garage, and robbed her of an expensive diamond engagement ring, in Woodmere, Long Island.
Parent Wendy Lantigua has started a petition to get buses for all Division Avenue High School students living south of Hempstead Turnpike.
Nassau County police were searching Wednesday night for a suspect who accosted and robbed a 74-year-old woman in broad daylight in Woodmere.
The students at Jericho Elementary School couldn’t stop laughing and applauding the robot show at their school on Wednesday, which even included a demonstration in Tai Chi.
The first day of school Wednesday for a kindergarten student on Long Island meant health worries for the 5-year-old girl’s mother.
The Town of Brookhaven on Long Island has begun demolishing vacant, structurally unsound homes.
Louisa Givens, of Lake Ronkonkoma, was sentenced to time served plus five years of probation by a Suffolk County judge on Wednesday.
Patty Armine of Holbrook said her 16-year-old pug, Bubba, got out of her backyard and was turned over to a pug rescue group, Curly Tail Pug Rescue, which is accusing her of neglecting the dog.
Suffolk County police have released a surveillance image of a dark-colored minivan they said was involved in a hit-and-run last month in Central Islip.
Two Long Island men accused of posing as chimney inspectors and targeting the elderly will be arraigned Wednesday on a grand jury indictment.