A wake was held Sunday night for a 25-year-old man who was killed in a workplace shooting on Long Island last week.
Police say Sang Ho Kim disappeared after he opened fire inside a light fixture company in Garden City, N.Y. on Wednesday morning, killing one employee and wounding the company’s chief executive. He was still missing Saturday.
Visitors are welcome to climb into the cockpits of aircraft and man the controls.
A judge has ordered adjunct instructors at Nassau Community College to end their strike and go back to work.
The new school year has launched with a teachers’ strike at Nassau County Community College on Long Island.
The 25-year-old Cruz was charged with grand larceny. Court records show she represented herself at her arraignment Saturday and didn’t enter a plea. Her bail was set at $20,000.
Following complaints of sexism about girls’ T-shirt suggesting that math is not among the wearer’s “best subjects,” some organizations have been emphasizing that girls can excel in math and every other subject.
A U.S. Air Force doctor saving lives overseas was reunited with her 9-year-old son Tuesday – after they hadn’t seen each other since before Thanksgiving.
The woman known as the “Hot Dog Hooker” pleaded not guilty to new charges in court Saturday, and accused authorities of framing her.
GARDEN CITY, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) – A lawsuit has been filed to try to bring laid off firefighters back to the Garden City Fire Department. As WCBS 880’s Sophia Hall reported, there are both volunteer firefighters […]
A forum was held in Garden City Tuesday morning, called “The Truth and the Facts: Food Inequality on Long Island.”
The last dog that was displaced by Superstorm Sandy and living in a temporary shelter on Long Island has been relocated, but there is no shortage of prospective parents for Bruno the Rottweiler.
Nassau’s emergency pet shelter will officially close its doors Friday. But as of midnight on Monday, the pets will all be officially placed in the custody of Nassau’s SPCA.
Three Long Island mothers – all tired of battling school administrators – are now going to do battle in federal court over claims that their disabled children are being discriminated against in public school.
Many businesses rely on revenues from mid-winter break when families are typically looking for indoor activities for their kids.