Jennifer McLogan

Kayla Gerdes On Drug Addiction, Recovery Years After Manslaughter ConvictionThe Long Island woman made national news in 2010 with her emotional perp walk after running over and killing a doctor while high on drugs.
LI Woman Files Federal Lawsuit After Wrongful ArrestA Long Island woman has filed a federal lawsuit against Nassau County after being falsely arrested for a crime she did not commit.
Bethpage Brothers Grateful For Life Saving Action Of Trauma Team At Cohen Children’s HospitalTwo Long Island brothers who were victims of a road rage assault are praising a pediatric trauma team at Cohen Children's Hospital as life savers.
Proactive Shoveling Saves Lives: Sayville Family Clears Hydrant Before Fire Breaks OutA Suburban family cleared a fire hydrant buried by the blizzard, not knowing that it would be used to save their own home from flames the following day.
System-Wide LIRR Service To Be Restored For Morning RushThe LIRR now says service is resuming on the Oyster Bay, Port Jefferson, Ronkonkoma, Huntington, Babylon and Greenport branches.
Long Island Buried Under More Than 2 Feet Of Snow In Some SpotsResidents across Long Island will be spending the day Sunday digging out after a massive winter storm dumped more than two feet of snow in some spots.
Last-Minute Shoppers Find Empty Store Shelves As They Stock Up Ahead Of Weekend StormIf you haven't stocked up on needed weekend supplies before the blizzard is expected to hit, it may be too late.
New Water System Could Mean Higher Bills For Oak Beach ResidentsAccording to the Town of Babylon, independent wells that serve Oak Beach residents violate sanitary code requirements and are vulnerable to contamination.
CBS2 Exclusive: L.I. Woman Speaks After Being Robbed By Gun-Toting Fake RepairmenRepairmen responding a recent call from a Long Island home turned out to be fake, and soon, the homeowner was surrounded by three gun-toting robbers.
Nassau County Proposes New $12M Police Precinct At Local ParkCedar Creek Park, a landmark location off Merrick Road in Seaford, was recently put under consideration for as part of a $12 million plan to rebuild the 7th Precinct.
Bitter Winter Blast Hits Tri-State Area, Will Persist TuesdayBrutal cold and bitter wind made being outside even for a few minutes miserable in the Tri-State Area Monday, and it will be no better on Tuesday as people go to work and send their kids to school.
Customers Call For Better Security After Violent Franklin Square Bank RobberyLong Island bank customers and employees faced real danger during a bank heist and shootout in Franklin Square this week.

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