Nassau County Deputy Inspector Kenneth Lack said a man with a ski mask forced his way into the house at 213 California Ave. in Uniondale at 2:30 a.m. Three females and one male were in the house.
Two nursing home aides are accused of taking disturbing photos and videos of residents at multiple nursing homes on Long Island.
The popular smartphone app Vine is being misused by some teenagers to bully, and educators said they are being proactive about putting an end to it.
Michelle Ilyayev told CBS 2′s Carolyn Gusoff that she was trying to return a lost i-Pad to its rightful owner, and instead wound up getting expelled from Adelphi University two months before being awarded a Master’s Degree in Social Work.
Elizabeth PetitFrere of Brentwood had trouble eating and even breathing a couple of months ago.
Imagine the temptation of an extra empty lane on a crowded expressway, that others could use, but not you, just because of where you live? It’s a problem frustrating Long Island drivers for years, but now it is finally fixed.
It has been a fixture on the Long Island landscape since the 1920s — and not a pretty one. An old power plant is finally coming down, but residents nearby said they are worried about their taxes going way up.
Hydrocodone, better known by its brand name Vicodin, is derived from opium poppy like heroin.
It’s green and lush and looks very tropical. But bamboo has become a serious headache because of how quickly and unpredictably it spreads.
The range was closed from 2000 to 2006, and during that time a number of new homes were built. Homeowners claim that they were told the range was moving and would not be reopened.
The plane made a hard landing not far from MacArthur Airport with one person on board, according to the Federal Aviation Administration.
Tom Archer has lost count of how times he’s helped victims of car accidents on Smithtown Boulevard. His son was 15 when an accident on the road left him brain damaged.
There have been at least four incidents in which middle school students were followed or approached by strangers in Merrick and Bellmore, officials said.
They are the homes that dreams are made of – 12-foot ceilings, eight bedrooms. Mega mansions are popping up all over the Hamptons. But one resident said “not in my backyard,” so she’s taking her fight to federal court.
The first batch is going in Tuesday along Searingtown Road and Shelter Rock Road in North Hills where hundreds of trees were downed and destroyed.