Suffolk County To Send Worst Traffic Scofflaws To Criminal CourtA new policy starting this week targets the worst repeat traffic offenders in Suffolk County.
Jewish Leaders Alarmed By Surge In Anti-Semitic Threats & Hate CrimesThe JCC Association of North American reported that 54 Jewish community centers have faced 69 threats since the beginning of the year.
Long Beach City Council To Vote On Boardwalk Alcohol SalesA plan to sell booze from boardwalk businesses is all the talk in Long Beach -- but will it be allowed?
Five Towns Residents Stand Behind Friedman As He Faces Confirmation HearingsStudents at a Lawrence yeshiva were glued to their televisions watching a man they consider a hometown hero.
Long Island Woman Loses Most Of Life Savings To IRS ScamA Long Island woman admitted Wednesday that she fell for a scam that cost her life savings.
Nassau Neighbors Worry About Development After Country Club Sale AgreementA sprawling open space in Nassau County could be turned into housing after CBS2 has learned of an agreement to sell the Woodmere Club.
‘She Was Very Fortunate,’ Tree Slams Into Bedroom Minutes After Woman Gets UpBrutal winds caused damage and created a commuter mess for the ride home. The powerful winds ripped the roof off of a Queens gas station sending customers scrambling.
Storm Sends New York Area Into Serious Blood ShortageThe New York Blood Center said it lost more than 2,000 donations it needs every day to supply 200 New York area hospitals.
Long Island Slammed By Winter Storm; Dropping Temperatures Prompt Worries About IceLong Island bore some of the greatest brunt of the snowstorm that struck the Tri-State Area Thursday, and even as the storm moved on, drivers were urged to stay off the roads.
Drag Racers Say A New Strip Will Raise Revenue, Make Long Island Roads SaferYou might be surprised at how many people think it does -- as residents look for ways to make roads safer while keeping motor-sport revenue local.
Arrest Made In Student Athlete's Cold Case MurderTafare Berryman, of Brooklyn, was just a few weeks from his college graduation when he was gunned down outside a club. The popular student athlete was mistaken for someone else.
Water Woes In Nassau County: Frustrated Residents Look To Stop Flow Of Rising RatesMore than 100,000 Long Island residents were experiencing water woes with the threat of bills getting bigger yet again.

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