A Long Island man has pleaded guilty to murder and sex abuse charges in the death of an 18-year-old newlywed.
A Long Island woman was recently carjacked steps from her front door, and police said the frightening encounter was all part of a disturbing crime spree.
Dr. Anthony Moschetto, 54, of Sands Point, James Chmela, 44, of Selden, and James Kalamaras, 41, of Suffolk County were arrested by drug enforcement agents and Nassau County police.
Across Long Island’s South Shore, bay constables and national park service rangers snapped photos of docks being swallowed in ice. Pilings were crusted in 13 feet of frozen water, only now thawing.
A driver was sentenced to 25 years to life in prison Monday, after being convicted in a Brooklyn crash that killed a young couple expecting their first child two years ago.
Professor Keith Shafritz of Hofstra University and a team of medical scientists found a pointed difference in the way blood flows to specific brain regions, between those with and without autism.
There is a new look for holy week and Easter Sunday at St. Agnes Cathedral on Long Island.
Every 18 hours someone in New York dies waiting for an organ transplant. Religious concerns, language barriers and the unappealing subject of mortality make our area last in the country for organ donation.
CBS2 Exclusive: Cops Hunt For Hefty Armed Robber Who Stole Cash, Then Pizzas, From Long Island Domino’s
The man, believed to weigh at least 350 pounds, robbed a Domino’s in Sayville and demanded an employlee serve him two pizzas before he left.
As potholes swell across our region, local asphalt is in high demand and factories can barely keep pace.
Four people were injured, two seriously, after an SUV smashed through the front of a Panera Bread restaurant in East Farmingdale Thursday morning.
Steps are being taken at last to replace a hospital in Long Beach, Long Island that was ruined by Superstorm Sandy.
March madness means basketball to some, but to others it means a battle with swarming termites that chew through wood and destroy homes.
A Long Island driver has been barraged with red-light camera violations, even though his car was not involved and he has proof.
The snow, slush and ice create added problems for the disabled and their caregivers.