CBS2 Exclusive: North Hempstead Looks To Quails To Cull Tick PopulationThanks to a 'quail cam' -- part of a pilot program to hatch and raise tick devouring quail -- all eyes are on a batch of Bobwhite Quail.
Police: LI Man Commits Suicide After Lighting Church On Fire, Barricading Himself InsideSuffolk County police said a retired NYPD sergeant saw 42-year-old John Beneventano, of Shirley, trying to set a vehicle on fire in the church's parking lot and called 911.
Long Island Lawmakers Warn About Bogus Recycling Bills Demanding MoneyLegitimate-looking letters arriving in Long Island mailboxes have been informing homeowners they face fines for improper recycling practices, but officials say it's a widespread scam.
Suffolk County Cop Accused Of Sexually Assaulting Woman Inside Police StationA Suffolk County police officer is accused of sexually assaulting a woman inside his precinct while his partner allegedly looked the other way.
Debate Growing In Nassau County Over LED StreetlightsDim streets may soon be a memory in one Nassau County village as officials consider replacing 800 streetlights.
Convents Around Area, Country Close As Nuns Age, Numbers DwindleConvents in the Tri-State Area and across America are closing, as nuns who used to be a vibrant presence in schools and communities are aging rapidly.
Penn Station Repairs Could Spoil Summer For Some Businesses On Long Island
Broadcasting School’s Finance Director Accused Of Embezzling Tuition PaymentsThe man in charge of recruiting, enrolling students, and handling student accounts at a Westbury, Long Island broadcasting school has been accused of stealing funds.
Bellmore Teen Comes Out Of Coma, But Meningitis Concerns PersistA serious case of bacterial meningitis caused a Long Island teenager to collapse and go into a coma.
Teens Insist They Were Falsely Accused Of Hurling Bricks From OverpassWho would throw bricks, rocks, and cinder blocks from a parkway overpass onto innocent drivers below?
NY Lawmakers Take Aim At Gang Violence With New Penalties, Prevention ProgramsThe new measures include seven new felonies and longer sentences for gang activity and recruitment of members.
Parking Crunch In Tiny, Crowded Manorhaven, Long Island Reaches Crisis LevelA North Shore waterfront community on Long Island lacks land, but is bursting with people and their cars.

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