Two sisters caught in riptide currents and their terrified mother were rescued at a Long Island beach over the weekend.
This Fourth of July weekend holds special meeting for a Long Island veteran, who was observing the tenth anniversary of injuries that nearly killed him in Iraq.
A new law goes into effect Wednesday that will help some kids – and their parents – breathe easier.
“We couldn’t get it to stop,” driver Arthur Goldberg said. “I think we crashed some cars over there and wound up in here.”
Six Long Islands schools face receivership — including Central Islip, Roosevelt and Wyandach high schools.
Reps. Rice and Meeks are sponsoring legislation to allow FEMA to forgive debts owed by storm victims
Joshua Golson-Orelus, 23, was arrested Wednesday on murder, robbery, attempted robbery and criminal possession of a weapon charges, Nassau County police said.
With all the rain we’ve had recently you’d think our lakes would be overflowing. But, that’s not the case on Long Island where one lake is nearly dried up.
A non-profit called White Buffalo tranquilized 114 deer with dart guns and transported them to veterinarians to be sterilized.
A Nobel Prize medal sold at auction is heading home to Long Island next week.
A Long Beach man who admitted strangling a teenager he met near a Long Island park has been sentenced to 18 years to life in prison.
A trade group of airlines recommended the change to solve a dilemma: passengers shut out of overhead space on crowded planes.
Nassau County Police say shoplifters at Green Acres and Roosevelt Field malls are no longer being taken into custody after being arrested.
Environmental groups are urging the state to step up the war on the insects before they wipe out thousands of additional trees.
The Belmont Stakes is the the kind of place where luck looms large. But the team behind American Pharoah is hedging its bets by locking in a little help from above.