Service was suspended for about two hours Tuesday morning between Huntington and Hicksville after the LIRR said an unauthorized person was struck by a train.
A Hicksville store clerk was attacked in a brazen slashing and robbery at a mini-mart across from a Long Island Rail Road station, but what happened next had people calling the victim a hero.
Three men were charged in connection with about 50 burglaries that spanned Nassau, Suffolk, Westchester and Queens counties Thursday.
Many of us dream of it happening to us – we are walking down the street and we find a winning lottery ticket out of nowhere.
The 68 sites in Nassau County and 67 in Suffolk County include spots where hazardous waste was once stored.
A woman and two children – the youngest just 3 years old – were injured Sunday in a crash in Nassau County.
Is it a matter of sidewalk safety, or government going too far? A homeowner has been ordered to fix a flaw that is barely visible.
Lloved ones were speaking out for the first time about the death of Megan Bookstaver, the 23-year-old Mercy College student shot and killed in a townhouse occupied by her boyfriend, Eric Gaulin, 25, and another person.
In each case, two or three suspects steal cell phones, backpacks and cash from victims, police said.
Keddy Oliver is charged with two counts of third-degree robbery and two counts of endangering the welfare of a child.
Five LIRR workers were hurt; three refused medical aid and two others were taken to nearby hospitals for non life-threatening injuries.
Even Kerpen of Hicksville faces first and third degree robbery charges.
There is once again a high terror alert in New York City. Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Police Commissioner Ray Kelly said Tuesday they are taking no chances that an attack similar to the Boston Marathon bombings could happen here.
Detectives responding to a 911 call found two New York State drivers’ licenses with the same name and different dates of birth, and a fake FBI identification card in Singh’s possession.
Following Sandy, many angry residents descended upon the Hicksville headquarters of LIPA to protest the utility’s response to the storm.