No Children Hurt In Merrick School Bus CrashA school bus and car have been involved in a crash on Long Island.
350 Pigeons Found Flying Freely Inside Long Island HomeThe pigeons were uncaged and flying freely within the home located at Abbott Avenue near the junction of Bangs and Olin avenues, authorities said.
Tree Limb Crashes Down In Merrick, Traps 2 DriversA giant tree limb came crashing down on a Long Island street Friday, briefly trapping two drivers.
Nassau County Cops Say Colorado Man Made Inappropriate Contact With LI TeenPolice say a Colorado man traveled to Long Island and made inappropriate sexual contact with a 16-year-old girl.
7 Charged In Nassau County Heroin Bust; $1 Million In Drugs ConfiscatedA total of $1 million worth of heroin and cocaine have been taken off the streets in Nassau County, police said Monday.
School Bus Bursts Into Flames On Long IslandThe bus was traveling on Merrick and Kirkwood avenues when it broke down.
Police: Woman Found Dead In Merrick Cottage; Death Deemed SuspiciousThe death of a woman found tied up in a cottage on Long Island has been deemed suspicious.
Police Seek 2 Armed Men In Violent Robbery At Merrick Five Guys RestaurantA 25-year-old worker was taken to the hospital, where he was treated for minor injuries.
Nassau County Looks To New Technology For Panic Button SystemIt’s a brave new world when it comes to school security, with ever-changing technology making it hard for schools to keep up.
CBS2 Exclusive: LI Construction Worker Shot With Pellet Gun; Alleged Gunman Reportedly Blames NoiseNassau County police said Timothy Burzynski, 26, fired the gun around noon Tuesday from his Merrick home because the construction noise was keeping him from sleeping,
Long Island Man Has To Pay $352 After Making Typo On Airline TicketA Long Island couple said they ended up having to pay hundreds of dollars just because they made a typo while booking plane tickets.
Merrick Parents Sign Petition In Protest Of Cutting Spanish ClassesSome parents in the Merrick School District have signed an online petition to keep the Spanish program for 3rd-6th grade students after the school proposed cutting the instruction for younger students.