First Night Of Chanukah BeginsChanukah, the Jewish festival of lights, begins at sundown Tuesday and lasts for eight days.
Educators Call For Increased Access To Publicly Funded Pre-K For Long Island ChildrenAdvocates are calling it a crisis on the island, where more than 90 percent of four-year-olds are not entitled to publicly funded Pre-K.
CBS2 Exclusive: LI Couple Accuses Contractor Of Leaving Their Home UnlivableThe couple is fighting back with a unique campaign to change what they call a flaw in the law.
New York Islanders, NYCFC Competing To Call Belmont Park HomeTwo New York sports teams are vying to redevelop Belmont Park. Either way, a massive development is coming to the Nassau-Queens border after years of debate.
Children Learn Better When They Have Fewer Toys, Study SaysIf your house looks like a toy store, you might be doing your toddler more harm than good.
Nationwide Skilled Trade Shortage Creating Critical Need For Plumbers On Long IslandBroken boiler? Cracked pipes? You may find it harder than ever to find a plumber.
Long Island Boater Saved After Spending Night Stranded On MarshIt was 17 hours before help arrived for the man stuck on a small boat in Reynolds Channel off Long Beach.
Is Termination Pay For Nassau County Police Officers Too Expensive?It is Nassau County's policy to pay retiring police officers for their unused sick days and vacation time. That has already cost the county more than $46 million this ear.
Thousands Of Runners Take Part In Garden City Turkey TrotThe 40th annual road race in Garden City was the biggest ever and it was all for charity.
County Executive-Elect Vows To Keep Her Name Off Signs Across NassauThe incoming Nassau County executive is putting an end to a common practice in politics.
Experts Urge Parents To Teach Kids About Sexual Harassment EarlyWith sexual harassment accusations flooding the news lately, there are some necessary conversations parents should have with their children.
Battle Brewing Over Historic Farmhouse Deemed 'Zombie Home' By Town Of BrookhavenPlans to tear down what some call an eyesore on Long Island have residents rallying to save what they call a historic gem.