Just five days to go — and all eyes are on the racetrack. California Chrome’s fan club is growing. And so is the security detail for the Triple Crown threat at Belmont Park.
California Chrome has visited the Belmont Park paddock and galloped his usual two miles in preparation for his bid to win horse racing’s first Triple Crown in 36 years.
A bombshell defense rocked a Long Island courtroom on Thursday. The lawyers defending a teenaged driver in a deadly car crash claimed even though he was high on marijuana, that’s not what caused the accident.
The initiative at the Wyandanch school district is part of an international campaign to encourage less consumption of meat for health and environmental benefits.
The Kardashians are set to start filming in the Hamptons within the next week, and surprised Southampton Village Mayor Mark Epley by leasing a space to open a shop.
The sun was sizzling, and tons of people were out at the beach Monday for the official beginning of the summer season.
A special honor will be bestowed upon a group of women this Memorial Day weekend. They documented the battle on the front lines of World War II, while at the same time fighting for the right to cover the historic conflict.
Security cameras, more than alarms, are helping police solve crimes, investigators say.
The Steve Nelson Safety Act comes in response to the death of a restaurant manager in February.
California Chrome is here! The Triple Crown hopeful arrived at Belmont Park on Tuesday morning.
Kyle Howell, 20, of Westbury, was arrested on charges that included tampering with physical evidence, marijuana possession and resisting arrest following an encounter with the officers on April 25.
Following months of cabin fever, hibernation is over and Tri-State area residents are dusting off their barbecues, counting down the days until Memorial Day.
The text 911 technology rolled out Thursday in several upstate New York counties and will soon arrive closer to home.
The cats were taken to the North Shore Animal League for bathing, shots and to be put up for adoption.
Two Nassau County cops had no choice but to be rough with a man they pulled over during a traffic stop, the head of the county’s police union said Wednesday.