2,000 Pounds Of Unwanted Prescription Drugs Collected On Long IslandIn partnership with the supermarket chain King Kullen, Long Island's safe disposal program for unused and expired medications has been hugely successful.
3 Arrested For Alleged Debit, Credit Card Fraud On Long IslandInvestigators said the suspects used a fraudulent debit card at a Rite Aid in Northport on Saturday.
Police: Multiple Vehicles Catch Fire In L.I. Man's Attempt To Rid Car Of BedbugsA man was hospitalized with burns on Long Island this week, after he allegedly set a rental car – and two others – on fire by accident as he tried to rid the vehicle of bedbugs.
Sources Tell CBS 2: Driver Arrested In Suspected DWI Crash In LevittownThe incident happened around 7:30 a.m. on Hempstead Turnpike in Levittown.
Man Says He Found Rat Tail After Cutting Into Cake From L.I. Grocery StoreThe man said that he bought a German apple cake at the King Kullen for his uncle's 96th birthday, but when the cake was cut open he found a rats tail and mold.
California Man Claims Winning Mega Millions Ticket Sold On Long IslandA 35-year-old financial analyst from California has come forward to claim his winnings from the largest lottery jackpot in Long Island history.
Mega Millions Winner Comes Forward To Claim $208 Million PrizeThe winning ticket, worth more than $208 million, for the Dec. 27 Mega Millions drawing was bought at the King Kullen supermarket located at 1235 Middle Country Road in Middle Island.
Winning Mega Millions Lottery Ticket Sold In Middle IslandThe winning numbers are 23, 32, 33, 39, 43 and the mega-ball is 8.
2 Arrested In Stabbing At Middle Island King Kullen Parking LotPolice said Joseph Rovinsky and Shante Tyler stabbed a man in the neck and punched a woman in the head yesterday morning before fleeing on foot.
King Kullen Implements Nutritional Ranking SystemKing Kullen is hoping to help New Yorkers make wise decisions in the supermarket aisles with a new system which ranks the nutritional value of products.
Supermarket Chain Pulls Reusable Bags Over LeadThere will be no more reusable shopping bags at the Long Island-based King Kullen supermarket chain.