Volunteers And Celebrities Give To Those In Need This ThanksgivingMany charities and places of worship have opened their doors Thursday to serve Thanksgiving meals to the hungry.
Holiday Travelers Face Tighter Security In Wake Of Paris AttacksThe Port Authority has stationed more officers at its airports, bus terminals, train stations and Hudson River crossings while the NYPD has extra uniformed police officers and other security measures in place.
Suffolk County Police Commissioner Edward Webber To RetireSuffolk County police Commissioner Edward Webber announced his retirement Monday after 43 years with the department.
Long Island Man Suing Suffolk County, Police Department For $2 Million For False ArrestThomas Demint says he lives in fear of cops even after all charges against him were dropped last week.
Board Rejects Nassau County Executive's Budget PlanIt's back to the drawing board after the control board overseeing Nassau County's finances rejected the County Executive Ed Mangano's 2016 budget plan.
Nurse Rescues Long Island Student Who Collapsed After Smoking Synthetic MarijuanaA fast-acting school nurse is being praised for rescuing a Long Island student who collapsed after smoking synthetic marijuana.
'Ring Of Steel' Camera System Captures Every License Plate In FreeportThe Long Island village of Freeport has broken new ground in beefing up protection with a proverbial ring of steel.
Father, Son Face Charges In Long Island Drug BustA father and son were among eight people arrested in a drug bust on Long Island, which prosecutors called the biggest heroin operation in Suffolk County history.
Jury Selection Begins In Corruption Trial Of Dean Skelos And His SonJury selection will begin Monday in the trial of former New York Senate leader Dean Skelos and his son.
NYC Parade, Other Tri-State Area Events Mark Veterans DaySeveral events honoring the nation's heroes are taking place throughout the Tri-State area and across the country Wednesday.
Oyster Bay Bans Truck Traffic On Road, But Feds Say Town Doesn't Have JurisdictionThe Federal Highway Administration says only the state has the power to de-designate restrictions on the roadway,
Student Escorted From School After Defying Suspension In Sexting CaseA Long Island student who was suspended over a sexting scandal said he was escorted from school after he arrived for class Tuesday morning.