The executive in charge of FEMA’s insurance program has admitted that homeowners may have been cheated out of millions in insurance money.
A deteriorating, heavily-used Long Island bridge over railroad tracks is going to be replaced. But that means a year of detoured traffic, and snarled road closures near the busy Roosevelt Field Mall in Nassau County.
Dozens of expensive cars parked on driveways and in front of homes across Nassau County have been hit by thieves.
A CBS2 story Thursday about parking ticket fees in Nassau County has received an overwhelming response.
Some Long Island drivers are livid, after their tickets were dismissed but they were stuck with a costly surcharge anyway.
One hundred people are now one step closer to being the first humans on Mars.
Cong Xu, a Chinese national living in Brooklyn, pleaded guilty Tuesday to the shooting of Officer Mohit Arora following a New Hyde Park home invasion in August 2013.
A beloved bulldog that was stolen from her owners has found her way home years later.
Swarms of moviegoers flocked to theaters for the release of “50 Shades of Grey” Friday, as the movie opened to uneven reviews.
Gardiner Manor Elementary School in Brightwaters honored Tuskegee airmen — survivors of World War II, survivors of harsh racial segregation
There are calls being made on Long Island for new rules to protect student athletes from unsafe equipment.
A controversy is cooking in a Suffolk County village as residents fight a church’s plan to feed the needy.
Passing the buck is what many Long Island pedestrians and bus riders have been complaining is happening, when they report precarious passage along sidewalks, streets, and bus shelters.
Heart disease survivors are sharing their personal journeys with CBS2 in honor of national Go Red Day, raising awareness about growing heart risks to women across the country.
The parents of the engineer on the Metro-North train involved in the deadly crash and fire this week could not believe their son made it out alive.