An autopsy is scheduled for Friday to determine how a 4-year-old boy died in an Amityville apartment Wednesday afternoon.
A 4-year-old boy died Wednesday in Amityville, Long Island, and police have launched a homicide investigation.
Back in November, the Heckman family of Long Island was without a home due to the high cost of caring for their young son with leukemia, and had lost a relative’s home because of Superstorm Sandy.
Those in need can go to Amityville High School, where the supplies have been unloaded.
Investigators believe the girls, who were not injured, were in the car unattended for about 10 minutes.
Cops pulled over 33-year-old Carlos Rivera and arrested him after discovering that he had been drinking, police said.
A little girl sprang into action and displayed a heroic side at her Amityville, Long Island home when she saw that her baby brother was choking.
Police said they were called Wednesday and told 26-year-old David Hager, Jr. would be driving his 4-year-old daughter and 5-year-old son and that he might be drunk.
A pair of heartless thieves on Long Island are facing charges for allegedly stealing clothing donation bins — and then selling the clothing for big bucks.
The crash, which happened near Route 110 in Amityville, involved a female officer from the department’s 7th Precinct.
The non-profit pet organization said an animal control officer stopped his vehicle and helped rescue the kitten with the help of some truck drivers, who blocked traffic.
Some town fathers are said to be concerned over, of all things, the new sign and logo being displayed at Stop & Shops nationwide and coming soon to a location in Amityville.
It’s a shocking case of animal cruelty, and now authorities are offering $1,000 for information that leads to an arrest and conviction. It involves “Beetle,” a black kitten who at just 9 weeks old has already used up one of his nine lives.
When a woman picked up her father’s remains from the funeral home in Amityville, her lawyer says she was shocked and felt sick at what she saw in the urn.
Officials will part with the historic 1929 Packard convertible to close a looming budget gap. The car was reportedly used by NYC Mayor Jimmy Walker before he resigned in a corruption scandal in 1932.