Ambulette Driver Accused Of Transporting Patient While High & Drunk Faces Criminal ChargesPedro Aponte was taking a 77-year-old dialysis patient from Queens to a treatment center in Nassau County when the ambulette crashed into two utility poles in Roosevelt, police said.
Hackers Place ISIS Propaganda On Town Of Brookhaven WebsiteOne of the largest townships in New York state is the target of a disturbing hack.
Hate Filled Post Directed At Teen Could Cost Babylon Town Worker His JobA hate filled post on social media may cause a Long Island worker his job. The post was directed at a 17-year-old honor student who wears a hijab -- a head covering.
Rep. Peter King Holds Hearing On Gang Violence In Central IslipThe hearing is being held at the federal courthouse in Central Islip and will focus on shutting down the MS-13 pipe line.
Hempstead Officials Mull Ban On AirBnB, Other Short Term RentalsRoom and house rental through websites like Air BnB are prompting new restrictions on Long Island.
CBS2 Exclusive: Gang Members Serving Hard Time Look To Repair Fractured LivesOne anti-gang program in the jails is being expanded to convert gang members in hopes they can influence others once they get out.
‘Lawn Island Farms’ Offers Sustainability, Local Produce In Your Front YardThe growing farm to table movement promotes local foods and products in restaurants. On Long Island, there is now a 'front yard to table' effort and it's turning heads.
Long Island Communities At Odds Over Proposed LIRR Summer Ferry ServicePart of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority's plan to offer Long Island Rail Road commuters an alternative during the upcoming "summer of hell" commute at Penn Station is a planned ferry service from Glen Cove, Nassau County.
Strawberry Lovers Need To Get 'Em While They Last On Long IslandAt this point in the year the island's strawberry crop is at its peak. The fleeting summer pleasure is around for a short while, already gone by the 4th of July.
Disabled Vet Calls On LIRR To Improve Accommodations For Riders In WheelchairsA disabled veteran is taking on the largest commuter rail system in the nation, demanding more accommodations for riders in wheelchairs and scooters.
Court Delivers Legal Blow To Willets Point Development PlanThe court ruled that New York City has no authority to give away 47 acres of Flushing Meadows-Corona Park for a mega shopping mall.
Hundreds Bid Final Farewell To Hero 9/11 First Responder Ray PfeiferA funeral was held Friday on Long Island for retired FDNY firefighter Ray Pfeifer, who died Sunday of 9/11-related cancer at age 59.