Jennifer McLogan

Irving Gerber, 87, former college professor who filed age discrimination complaint with NYS Division of Human Rights. (credit: Mona Rivera/1010 WINS)

Ex-LIU Professor Files Age-Discrimination Complaint

A former adjunct professor at a Long Island university claims age discrimination played a role in his and two colleagues’ termination.

01/09/2015

This Jeep Grand Cherokee crashed into a home in Rocky Point, Long Island, on Jan. 8, 2015. (credit: CBS2)

Long Island Family Describes Horror Of SUV Crashing Into Home

Aura Dimon was arraigned Thursday on two counts of leaving the scene of an accident, and driving under the influence of drugs.

01/08/2015

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Experts Warn Of Frozen Pipe Dangers As Temps Plummet Across Tri-State

Utilities are making house calls across Long Island as temperatures plunge and homeowners worry.

01/07/2015

FILE -- Rep. Carolyn McCarthy (credit: Karen Bleier/AFP/Getty Images)

Carolyn McCarthy, Advocate For Gun Violence Victims, On Retiring From Congress

It was a bittersweet farewell to Congress for Carolyn McCarthy, a voice for gun violence victims.

12/26/2014

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CBS2 Exclusive: LI Woman Sues United Airlines Following Arrest On Flight

A Long Island woman claims she was treated like a criminal and pulled off of a flight just because she wanted to change seats.

12/23/2014

Eastport-South Manor Junior Senior High School's 'Stuff-A-School' project is a big hit in Suffolk County. (Photo: CBS2)

Holiday ‘Stuff-A-School’ Project Thrives At Suffolk’s Eastport-South Manor High

Students in Suffolk County have been given a special holiday assignment — and they’re doing it all with a song in their hearts.

12/22/2014

Police are investigating a possible hate crime after someone smashed a menorah in Plainview. (Credit: CBS2)

CBS2 Exclusive: Police Investigate Apparent Holiday Hate Crime On Long Island

Police said the Plainview widower was on his way to synagogue when he spotted the vandalized homemade treasure toppled and trashed on his front lawn.

12/22/2014

The Long Beach Fire Department (Photo: CBS2)

Firefighter Cuts Fast Becoming A Big Topic Of Discussion In Long Beach

The loss of an emergency response grant has prompted the city of Long Beach to say it cannot afford to retain five federally funded firefighters.

12/18/2014

Students at the Schechter School Of Long Island celebrate the release of Alan Phillip Gross, the prisoner who had been held in Cuba. The students had written back and forth with Gross while he was imprisoned. (Credit: CBS2)

CBS2 Exclusive: L.I. Students Overjoyed At Release Of Prisoner They Wrote To In Cuba

JERICHO, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — Some Long Island schoolchildren have a special bond with Alan Phillip Gross, the American prisoner who has been freed in Cuba. As CBS2’s Jennifer McLogan reported exclusively Wednesday, Gross is a […]

12/17/2014

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Nassau Villages Come Together With Hope Of Saving Tax Dollars For Homeowners

For the first time in history, mayors on Long Island’s elite Gold Coast seem willing to sacrifice exclusivity to work cooperatively and develop joint programs.

12/15/2014

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Veterans Who Fought In Battle Of The Bulge Remember Historic Battle

A tribute for WWII survivors to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the historic battle of the bulge will take place in Bethpage.

12/12/2014

Students at the TV production club at Great Neck South Middle School. (Credit: CBS2)

Great Neck South Middle School TV Production Program Going Strong For Over 60 Years

Forget boring public address system announcements in homeroom – at one Long Island school, students are learning the craft of television and reporting the news to their classmates.

12/11/2014

Rain from the nor'easter on Tuesday, Dec. 9 left donated toys ruined at the John Theissen Children's Foundation in Wantagh. (Credit: CBS2)

Flooding From Nor’easter Leaves Toys Ruined At Long Island Charity

A charity that runs holiday toy drives for needy and sick children was dealing with a blow from Mother Nature Wednesday.

12/10/2014

Residents and lawmakers have unanswered questions about a pending mini-casino in Nassau County. (Credit: CBS2)

Controversial Nassau County Mini-Casino Months Away From Becoming A Reality

As a controversial mini-casino becomes a reality on Long Island, residents of Nassau County want to know its location and hours.

12/08/2014

Owner Jenny Zalak (left) and CBS2's Jennifer McLogan with one of the horses at the Twin Oaks Horse Sanctuary in Manorville, Long Island. (Credit: CBS2)

Exclusive: Donations Pour In After CBS2 Report On Struggling Horse Sanctuary

Social media exploded, and phones rang off the hook, after CBS2 aired a story earlier this week about a Long Island horse sanctuary in danger of closing.

12/05/2014

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