Back To The Drawing Board For Redevelopment Around Nassau ColiseumMillions of public and private sector dollars have poured into the new Nassau Coliseum "hub," but a new study released Tuesday says it must be redesigned to include housing.
Some L.I. Power Customers Are Furious About Glossy PSEG Fliers In MailWhy, some Long Island rate payers are demanding to know, is their utility spending $5.5 million a year on advertising?
Worry Mounts Over Salmonella Infections From Yellow Maradol PapayasDozens of people in the Tri-State Area have fallen sick from salmonella linked to papayas.
Sleep Apnea Test Nixed For Truckers, Train EngineersU.S. officials are abandoning plans to require sleep apnea screening for truck drivers and train engineers, a decision that safety experts say puts millions of lives at risk.
Sarahah App Gaining Popularity Among Teens, But Raising Bullying ConcernsSarahah is a messaging service that lets anyone with a link send or receive anonymous texts to those registered.
Man Sentenced For Killing Taxi Driver, Father Of Three On Long IslandPaul Mitacek, 47, of Oceanside, was a scout leader, active in his children’s little league and an avid fisherman. But his life was cut short in an instant.
Report Shows Drop In Revenue From L.I. Red-Light Cameras, More Rear-End Crashes In Suffolk CountyLong Islanders awoke Tuesday to a new report on controversial red-light cameras.
Queens Man Dies Days After Being Burned When Package ExplodesA 73-year-old Queens man has died four days after a package that had been left on his porch exploded and burned him.
New Tax Plan Seeks To Consolidate Suffolk County Programs, ServicesVillages, cities, towns, and counties across the state are now facing some tough decisions.
Suffolk County Reconsiders Doubling Traffic & Parking Ticket Fees To Raise RevenueA proposal to raise revenue that was scrapped last year in Suffolk County because of irate residents is now back up for discussion.
3-Year-Old Twins Die After Being Pulled From Murky Pool On Long IslandThree-year-old twin boys have died after after they were pulled from a backyard swimming pool on Long Island, police said.
Questions Surround Use Of Taxpayer Funds To Cover Nassau Political FlyersGovernment funded flyers that arrived this week, have one party accusing the other of lying to residents at the taxpayers' expense.

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