On Dec. 7, 1993, a gunman opened fire on a train car filled with commuters leaving New York City. By the time passengers tackled Colin Ferguson, his fusillade had left six people dead and 19 wounded.
Suffolk drivers are furious at the Traffic and Parking Violations Bureau that although their tickets were dismissed, their fines were not.
Cyber Monday came in like a lion, and predators have been out trying to scam the throng of shoppers.
Kate Nalepinski, 17, says her boss let her go because of her uncontrollable, non-contagious condition.
An honor turned into humiliation for the family of a fallen NYPD officer from East Islip.
Heavy rain and winds began sweeping through the area Tuesday night, causing holiday travel head aches for some early Wednesday.
A Long Island police officer who was caught on video pointing his loaded department-issued weapon at a bartender’s head during an off-duty confrontation has been sentenced to no jail time.
It was to be the gift of life from a loving wife to her husband — a kidney transplant that would give the father of three new health.
Police are looking for a heavy man with short black hair and a tattoo of barbed wire on his right bicep.
The Rosen family is counting their blessings after not one, but two separate accidents sent cars careening into their home on Oak Lane in Roslyn Heights.
A college student said she was attacked and robbed on Long Island, by a man who targeted her, stalked her, and followed her home from a train station in a community that rarely sees crime.
Motorists driving through Suffolk County are advised to beware, as the new county traffic agency has begun charging fees on all tickets – even those it dismisses as “not guilty.”
Steven Kinalis, of Ronkonkoma, was sentenced to five-and-a-half to 16-and-a-half years in prison for his DUI – aggravated vehicular homicide conviction. He had faced a maximum of 25 years in prison.
Fuel Prices are falling and home owners may be in a position to cash in on the lowest oil heating prices all year.
Kenneth Iacono of North Hempstead was convicted in 2011 and fined for violating a town code prohibiting the feeding and harboring of wild pigeons. He was in State Supreme Court Thursday hoping to get the conviction tossed.