Gov. Andrew Cuomo declared a state of emergency for Long Island, along with New York City and the mid-Hudson Valley.
One of the defendants is being charged with criminally negligent homicide following the October 2012 death of 72-year-old patient Aurelia Rios, prosecutors said.
In New Hyde Park, shoveled sidewalks have been quickly covered with snow and ice after plows pass by. Meantime, residents in Elmont are demanding that businesses be held accountable for failing to shovel their sidewalks.
A donation jar for cancer research was stolen from the counter of a 7-Eleven in Lindenhurst, Long Island.
Another winter storm slammed the Tri-State area on Wednesday and CBS 2′s reporters were out capturing everything from the first flakes to slush filled streets and sidewalks from the suburbs, through the Five Boroughs, and out on Long Island.
Snow, sleet and ice took down trees, left intersections flooded with slushy muck, and had residents fit to be tied on Long Island Wednesday.
An adult pajama party hosted after hours inside a children’s entertainment facility had parents furious on Long Island Tuesday night.
A gym thief is on the loose and police say he’s been caught on surveillance video. The crook is sneaking past front desks of Long Island health clubs and ducking into locker rooms.
Four years of planning, investing and worrying about the weather are wrapping up with the arrival of Super Bowl weekend. Some Super Bowl veterans said the cold weather hasn’t hampered the excitement.
Some East End students continued to walk along railroad tracks listening to loud music just a day after a classmate, also wearing earphones, had a brush with death.
The area will be jam-packed this week with events, games and concerts offering a full Super Bowl experience free of charge.
Patchogue recently held a meeting and formed a committee to consider banning the sandwich board advertisements.
A new water pollution study on Long Island claims nitrogen levels in the ground and surface water have become critically high.
Snowfall totals reached more than 13 inches in Lindenhurst in Suffolk County and more than 11 inches in Merrick in Nassau County.
The Long Island Expressway was slow-moving from about noon Tuesday well through the end of rush hour due to near whiteout conditions.