Coastal Communities Ravaged By Sandy Prepare For Hurricane JoaquinCoastal communities aren't taking any chances as two storm systems set their sights on the Tri-State area.
Rock Thrown From Long Island Bridge Shatters Car's Rear WindshieldA Long Island man escaped injury after someone tossed a rock from a railroad bridge that shattered the rear window of his car.
Former Treasurer Accused Of Stealing $1.6 Million From Long Island EMS CompanyA New Jersey man is accused of stealing approximately $1.6 million over a seven-year period from a volunteer EMS company on Long Island.
Sen. Charles Schumer Looks To Pull Plug On Ticket-Scalping 'Bots'He said website features that require users to manually type in a code are not preventing sophisticated computer programs from snatching up tickets.
Residents Say Nassau County Has Neglected Newly Planted SaplingsNewly planted trees are dying of thirst and withering away, complain some Nassau County residents.
Suffolk County Cop Charged In Hit-And-RunOfficer Thomas O'Neill, 44, of Centereach, turned himself in to authorities Monday, CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reported.
Victims’ Families Intend To Sue Pickup Driver Accused Of DWI In Deadly LI CrashIt has been 9 weeks since the devastating limo crash in Long Island's wine country claimed four lives. Four others were seriously injured and are now out of the hospital.
Five Towns Synagogue Sparks Debate Over Religious Freedom, Homeowners’ RightsIn Long Island's Five Towns, one synagogue in the quiet Lawrence neighborhood on the water is making waves.
Nearly 100 Fake Car Inspection Stickers Found In Long Island VillagePolice believe a counterfeiting operation is responsible for 90 fake car inspection stickers found in a Long Island village.
Pilot Walks Away Uninjured After Plane Makes Emergency Landing In Waters Off BayportAn experimental seaplane crash landed in waters off Long Island Tuesday, and incredibly, the pilot walked away unharmed.
Lynbrook School Sees 11 Sets Of Twins In One Kindergarten Class"As we had registration last winter we had five sets, then it turned into six and seven, and a few weeks ago we just got our 11th set of twins," Principal Ellen Postman said.
Northport Residents Want Village To Clean Up Scudder ParkNorthport residents complain Scudder Park and Beach at the end of Beach Avenue feels forlorn and forgotten.