Police said 66-year-old Patricia Ward was killed by her son, 35-year-old Derek Ward, who then killed himself by stepping into the path of an oncoming Long Island Rail Road train.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced the state will spend nearly half a billion dollars on Long Island for water and sewage projects, including $383 million to help get homes in Suffolk County hooked up to sewers.
The feds may have busted Silk Road a year ago, but Sen. Schumer said online drug sales are flourishing.
The NYPD is investigating the stabbing death of a Queens woman who police believe may have been killed during a home invasion robbery.
Nassau County police are investigating whether the same people are responsible for two driveway stickups Wednesday night.
The Suffolk treasurer said nearly 3,000 homeowners will be getting checks. The refunds total about $8 million.
Michael Grasing is charged with second-degree murder, aggravated vehicular homicide, driving while intoxicated and other charges in the June 24, 2012 death of 18-year-old Brittney Walsh.
Hundreds of fellow officers applauded as Officer Nicholas Guerrero, 36, was released from Stony Brook University Hospital and transferred to a rehabilitation facility Friday.
With dangerous viruses such as Ebola and enterovirus D68 grabbing headlines across the world, medical experts are warning those are not the only illnesses to watch out for.
A breach of infection control resulting in a Dallas health worker getting Ebola raises fresh questions about whether hospitals truly can safely take care of people with the deadly virus.
Police on Long Island are investigating a series of hateful letters sent to a gay advocacy group, including one that threatened to kill its leader and burn down a housing complex.
About 200 Air Serv workers who support domestic flights at Terminal D began a 24-hour strike on Wednesday night.
The first Ebola patient diagnosed in the United States died Wednesday morning in a Dallas hospital, a hospital spokesman said.
A hearse carrying a huge football jersey with Tom Cutinella’s number emblazoned in flowers arrived at St. John the Baptist Catholic church in Wading River Tuesday morning.
Isma Chaudhry said having the first female president of a Long Island mosque sends an important message.