Spota To Appeal After Judge Drops Charges Against Limo Driver In Fatal LI CrashSupreme Court Justice Fernando Camacho ruled Wednesday that an indictment charging driver Carlos Pino was flawed because of improper grand jury testimony.
Residents: Serious Road Safety Concerns Persist In North Fork Winery CountryIs the North Fork of Long Island overwhelmed by wineries? Lawmakers and locals say as tourism has risen, so do safety concerns.
Vigil Held For 4 Women Killed In Long Island Limo CrashElected officials and family members are expected to attend the community gathering Wednesday night at the Smithtown High School West athletic field.
Three Women Injured In Deadly Cutchogue Limo Crash Released From HospitalThree women who survived the deadly limo crash on Long Island have been released from the hospital. A fourth survivor was released last week.
Judge Reduces Bail For Driver Accused In Long Island Limo Crash That Killed 4 BridesmaidsRomeo is accused of driving drunk and slamming into a limousine carrying a bachelorette party, killing four women.
Friend Of Women Killed In Limo Crash Reportedly Backed Out Of Outing At Last MinuteThe limo driver, however, told investigators he didn't see the truck coming when he tried to make the turn along Route 48 in Cutchogue, Spota said.
Victims Named In Long Island Limo Crash That Killed 4; Truck Driver ArraignedThe driver charged in a crash Saturday that left four women dead and five other people injured has been identified as a Long Island businessman.
Driver Of Pickup Truck Arrested After Limo Crash Kills 4 BridesmaidsThe crash happened around 6 p.m. Saturday in Cutchogue on the North Fork of Long Island.
Months Later, Hurricane Sandy Now Putting Long Island Farm Industry In DangerHurricane Sandy is taking an unexpected toll on local crops, and it could lead to higher prices at grocery stores.
Cilantro Recalled From Satur Farms In CutchogueThe FDA has recalled 138 pounds of cilantro, distributed to six locations on Long Island and New York City, from Satur Farms in Cutchogue because of possible salmonella contamination.
Long Island Wines Prosper In ChinaThe New York brand is a big part why Long Island wines are finally breaking into the Chinese market.