Man Turns His Long Island Home Into Shelter For 300 CatsChris Arsenault, known to some as the cat man of Long Island, began rescuing cats to ease his own pain after his son, Eric, died in a motorcycle crash.
LI, Westchester Residents Concerned About Plans For New Cellphone PolesTowering poles topped with cellphone booster equipment are now lining the streets of some Westchester County and Long Island neighborhoods – and some are calling them an eyesore.
Brooklyn Native Ambushed In Pearl Harbor Attack Recalls Fighting Back: 'I Did What I Had To Do'Then-17-year-old Brooklyn native Gerard Barbosa was among the sailors caught off guard on Dec. 7, 1941.
Long Island Families Poke Fun At Neighbors’ Holiday DisplayThe Paganelli family next door knew there was no way to overshadow the Engel's dazzling display, so they decided to get clever.
PSEG Outages Up, Residents Demand AnswersCBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports that outages are up 37 percent over last year, with nearly 270,000 reported since January.
Man Arrested In Wrong-Way Crash On Long Island That Left 3 InjuredThree people were injured after a wrong-way driver under the influence of drugs crashed into three vehicles on Long Island on Monday evening, police said.
Workshop Helps Potential Nassau Coliseum Applicants Prepare For Group Interview ProcessThe workshop focused on the group interview process that will take place in the coming months for servers, bartenders, cooks, janitorial staff and more.
Police Search Suspect In Rockville Center Bank RobberyPolice in Nassau County are searching for a man who allegedly robbed a bank in Rockville Center Friday afternoon.
Splish, Splash, Trespass: BMX Bikers Hop Fence At LI Water Park, Record Video Of Slide StuntsAuthorities are looking for a band of BMX bikers who broke into a Long Island water park and went for spin on the slides.
LI Animal Group Travels To Middle East To Save Soldiers' PetsGuardians of Rescue will be transporting five pets back to the United States in their latest trip -- two dogs names Lily and Rose, two cats named Jack and Tracy, and Majnoon, a kitten.
Oakdale Residents Worry Sale Of Dowling College's Campuses Could Impact Quaint CommunityOne homeowner said he worries mostly about the impact condos or multiple-family housing could have on the community.
Only Female Officer On Muttontown Police Force Sues Over Claims Of Unfair TreatmentIn a $35 million lawsuit, attorney Eric Sanders claims his client, Muttontown Police Officer Jennifer Lavin, is treated much differently than her male peers.

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