Copiague Woman Drove For Drug Dealer With Toddler In Tow; Cops SayA Copiague woman was driving a heroin dealer around with her toddler in the back seat, according to police.
Police: One Man Stabbed To Death In Altercation At Wedding Party On Long IslandAuthorities say two men attending a wedding party at 120 Amerigo Vespucci Ave. in Copiague became involved in the altercation around 8:20 p.m.
One Person Critically Injured In Copiague Deck CollapseThe collapse took place at around 1:45 p.m. on Desoto Road near Buchanan Avenue in the Amity Harbor area.
CBS2 Exclusive: Neighbors Say Copiague Home Is Full Of Garbage, VerminNeighbors on a quiet residential street on Long Island say they are getting sick from what is living next door.
Concerns Over Flare-Ups After LI Fire Torches Homes, Sparks Brush FireThe fire Wednesday in the area of Copiague and Lindenhurst damaged five homes and left at least two charred and destroyed.
Long Island Fire Rips Through 5 Houses, Jumps Creek To Burn BrushA brush fire damaged or destroyed five homes in the area of Copiague and Lindenhurst, Long Island, Wednesday afternoon, and an entire neighborhood was put at risk.
Police: L.I. Man Pointed Gun That Fired, Killed FriendA man was arrested and charged Friday with shooting and killing his friend at a Copiague house.
Teen Injured In Drive-By Shooting On Long IslandPolice say one teenager was shot and injured when someone fired at a group of teens outside a Long Island home.
Police Investigating 2 Separate Shootings In Suffolk CountyPolice are asking anyone with information regarding the two shootings to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-220-TIPS.
Police: Drunken Driver Crashed Car Through Long Island Store WindowSuffolk County charged Gabrielle Lewis, 22, with driving while intoxicated and fleeing the scene of an accident.
Triathlete Back In Good Health After Being Saved From Clinical DeathA Long Island man was clinically dead for 11 minutes when his heart stopped during the New York City Triathlon this past summer, but he has defied the odds.
Report: LIRR To Spend $14 Million To Replace Recently Upgraded EscalatorsThe Long Island Rail Road plans to spend $14 million to replace six escalators that were upgraded less than two years ago.