SPCA officials say 12 black plastic garbage bags filled with the remains of goats, chickens and roosters were found on Long Island Avenue near Executive Drive between Commack Road and the Deer Park train station.
There is flooding and power outages in parts of the Tri-State after heavy rain and some snow moved through the area Wednesday night.
Police say a Lindenhurst woman who allegedly struck three teenagers on a late-night scavenger hunt over the weekend has been charged with DWI by drugs.
At the Edgewood Preserve in Deer Park there are long stretches of scorched, brittle ground and blackened leafless trees where firefighters battled a brush blaze on Monday.
Police say they found 23-year-old Teshon Garrett from Deer Park lying in the street in West Babylon. They say he died from apparent gunshot wounds.
Shuttle buses will be replacing trains between Freeport and Babylon as the LIRR completes work on a $23 million signal and switching upgrade.
Police arrested two people in connection with the latest string of purse snatchings in Nassau County.
As Jets fans across the Tri-State prep for Sunday night’s AFC Championship game, there’s one family on Long Island that’s already set for their beloved Gang Green.
A Long Island representative held the first “Congress on Your Corner” event since the tragic shootings in Tuscon that left an Arizona congresswoman fighting for her life.
A brutal post-holiday heist rocked Suffolk County on Monday night. Police are now investigating a crime where violent thieves appeared to have gone after a family’s Christmas gifts — gifts they may have seen on Facebook.
In Deer Park, Long Island, teachers have given the thumbs up to a pay freeze that will save the district an estimated $1.2 million.
Trucks, cars, and minivans rush by you at high speeds on Long Island Avenue in Deer Park.
A Long Island woman accused of trying to run over police officers after being stopped for a traffic violation has been arrested.
Shea Rosen, 20, pleaded guilty last May to vehicular manslaughter in connection with the accident in November of 2008.
“Made it to Philly! Love you.” That is the last message Michael Green received from his daughter Tuesday afternoon two hours before she was killed in a horrifying crash on the Pennsylvania Turnpike.