After 39 years as an Amtrak engineer, Robert’s first thought after hearing about the recent tragedy was fatigue.
Thirty-one county police officers from the First, Third and Fifth precincts will test 62 body cameras from three vendors as part of a yearlong pilot program.
Repair work is expected to cause major disruptions for some 40,000 Long Island Rail Road riders this weekend.
It’s part of a six-month pilot program that Suffolk County Legislator William Spencer says will also serve as a deterrent to burglars.
Researchers believe the 3,500-pound beast is headed to Cape Cod, Massachusetts, to give birth.
State Senate Leader Dean Skelos has stepped down from his leadership post Monday following his arrest on corruption charges, CBS2’s Marcia Kramer reports.
A Long Island man has released surveillance video of a group of thieves who ripped off his daughter’s car over the weekend.
A Long Island high school principal is taking her fight against Common Core standards to a new level.
It would require lenders to take responsibility for properties soon after they are vacated, not at the end of a foreclosure process.
It’s the annual Stamp Out Hunger National Food Drive, and Island Harvest CEO Randi Shubin-Dresner is encouraging people to help feed the needy.
The Mets wore NYPD hats and held a moment of silence before Tuesday night’s game against Baltimore. Across the field, the O’s autographed a jersey for the Moore family.
The Care Act would ensure that families receive instructions from hospital staff on how to properly care for loved ones discharged to home.
A man and woman were found shot to death Thursday in a home in Mastic Beach, Long Island.
The federal class-action suit alleges that at least 21 Latinos and immigrants were stopped and some were robbed of money.
There’s a fire fight going on in Long Beach, but it’s not the kind having to do with flames.