Alice Stockton-Rossini

Ed Mangano stands next to patient Nebal Hani al Shamali and Dr. Kaveh Alizadeh with family & friends behind them. (Photo/Nassau County Executive’s Office)

LI Doctors Beat The Clock To Rescue Severely Burned Girl From Gaza

Doctors from Long Island saved a 6-year-old girl from a life of disability after flying her from Egypt to Nassau County to undergo surgery on her severely burned legs.


Pedestrians make their way through freezing rain during the morning commute in lower Manhattan on February 2, 2011 in New York City. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

Caution: Be On The Lookout For Black Ice Overnight

The ice storm that struck the Tri-State area Wednesday morning not only caused problems for commuters, but it also had the potential to flare back up into a problem overnight into Thursday.


Snow blowers on Long Island

There’s No Escaping Snow Misery Anywhere In Tri-State

No matter where you went in the Tri-State Area on Thursday there was no escaping the aftermath of a Wednesday snowstorm that dropped as much as 20 inches in certain spots.


Jack LaLanne arrives for his 95th birthday celebrations at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel - Beverly Hills, CA - Sep 24, 2009 - Photo: Toby Canham/Getty Images

Fitness Icon Jack LaLanne Dies At 96

Jack LaLanne was prodding Americans to get off their couches and into the gym decades before it was cool.


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Rutgers’ LeGrand Regains Sensation Throughout Body

Injured Rutgers football player Eric LeGrand has movement in his shoulders and sensation throughout his body. Rutgers announced the improvement in LeGrand’s condition Thursday.


Flu Shot (credit: AP)

HealthWatch: Flu

If you don’t know anyone with the flu yet, it might not be long before you do. Nearly 1,000 positive flu tests were reported in New York last week and those are just the cases that were actually tested.


John Lennon (credit: Getty Images)

Fans Honor John Lennon 30 Years After Murder

On the 30th anniversary of Lennon’s murder outside his Manhattan apartment building, admirers played his music nearby at Strawberry Fields and placed flowers on a mosaic named for his song “Imagine.”


In this magazine cover image of Rolling Stone, former Beatle John Lennon is shown on the cover of the Dec. 23, 2010 issue of "Rolling Stone."  (AP Photo/Rolling Stone)

Lennon’s Final Interview Released

Days before he was gunned down, John Lennon complained about his critics — saying they were just interested in “dead heroes” — and talked about his future, musing that he had “plenty of time” to accomplish some of his life goals.


Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree (STAN HONDA/AFP/Getty Images)

Rock Center Christmas Tree Once Again Star Of NYC

Tens of thousands of people gathered in Rockefeller Center on Tuesday night to watch the lighting of the country’s most famous Christmas tree


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Porn Star To Sue Sheen For Plaza Incident

Capri Anderson, the woman found in Charlie Sheen’s hotel room last month, says the actor hurled racial slurs, threw a lamp at her and grabbed her by the throat.


AP File Photo

iTunes Will Finally Sell Beatles Songs

The Beatles are finally coming to the Internet.


A deer is seen at the Fort Lee Historic Park - Fort Lee, NJ - Dec 31, 2009 - Photo: Evan Bindelglass / WCBS 880

Deer Slams Into Window Of L.I. Home

The boy’s grandmother, Nancy Vasquez of Kings Park, said she heard a “blast” and thought it was a gunshot.


Gloria Sher Evans and Frederick Sher, of Manhattan, say they were wrongfully kicked off of a $20,000, 30-day cruise.

Manhattan Couple Seeks Apology From Cruise Line

In a twisted tale at sea, a wealthy couple from Manhattan claims they were thrown off a cruise ship after an anti-Semitic remark led to an obscenity-laced argument.