Gov. Cuomo Speaks On Suffolk County Police Corruption ProbeGov. Andrew Cuomo is offering his first comments on the investigation into possible corruption within Suffolk County's law enforcement.
Cuomo Signs Tough Legislation To Combat Heroin, Opioid Crisis In NYNew York is limiting opioid drug prescriptions to seven days of painkillers following a patient's initial visit to a doctor.
National Grid Proposes Solar Farm In ShorehamNational Grid is formally submitting its plan to build New York's largest solar energy farm in Shoreham.
Man Found Guilty In Long Island Sex Trafficking TrialAndrew Gayot, 37, of Lindenhurst, was arrested in February 2014 on several charges including kidnapping, rape and unlawful imprisonment.
Man Found Guilty Of All Counts In 2014 Murder Of Medford MomA former U.S. Marine was found guilty on all counts in the murder of a young mother from Long Island.
2 Men Found Dead After Sunset Trip On Long Island Sound Turns Fatal A day at the beach turned tragic for some Connecticut residents who were swept across the Long Island Sound.
Nassau County Ready For Belmont StakesEven without a triple crown possibility, the race at Belmont Park will have a huge financial impact on the region.
Suspect Arrested In String Of Knifepoint Robberies In Queens, Long Island Due In CourtKhalif House, 24, is being held in Mineola but is scheduled to be transferred into federal custody Thursday morning.
'Red Light Robin Hood' Back In Court On 17-Count Indictment Long Island man who has been waging a one-man war against red light cameras pleaded not guilty on Friday to a host of new charges.
Police: Knifepoint Robbery Of Queens Subway Restaurant Fits Recent PatternA knife-wielding robbery suspect who police said has targeted several chain restaurants in Queens has apparently struck again.
Long Island Officials Say 'Be Prepared, Not Scared' For Hurricane SeasonLong Island emergency officials are promoting preparedness a day before the start of hurricane season.
Throng Getting Out Of Town, Hitting Beaches At Home For Memorial Day WeekendAAA projects some 38 million people will travel 50 miles or more over the holiday weekend -- about 700,000 more than last year and the most since 2005.

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