Rep. Kathleen Rice, Long Island Residents Push For Tougher Animal Cruelty LawsResidents are throwing support behind the PAWS Act, which would extend federal domestic violence protections to include pets of abuse victims.
Queens, Nassau County To Cheer On World Series-Bound Mets At Monday RalliesMets fans don't have to wait until Game 1 of the World Series to cheer for their favorite team again.
Police Release Sketch, Video Of Man Wanted In Mineola MurderPolice have released a sketch and surveillance video of a man wanted in connection with a murder in Mineola.
Rapper Flavor Flav Pleads Not Guilty To Charges In Long Island Traffic StopFlav was arrested on Jan. 9, 2014. Police said he was caught speeding and driving with a suspended license on the Meadowbrook Parkway while driving to his mother’s funeral.
Suspect Sought After Man Shot, Killed In Driveway Of Mineola HomePolice said a man was shot in the head and robbed in his own driveway on Roslyn Road in Mineola.
Video Captures Driver Smashing Into Mineola Building Before Taking OffPolice are searching for a driver who crashed his car into a building on Long Island and took off.
Police: Woman, 2 Men Attack And Rob Man Inside Mineola ApartmentA 22-year-old woman and two accomplices allegedly attacked and robbed a man she had met online inside his Mineola apartment, police said.
Sen. Charles Schumer Urges Congress To Restore Full Mass Transit Tax BenefitMore than 300,000 people who take the Long Island Rail Road to work on a daily basis are no longer receiving the full benefit that saved commuters thousands of dollars every year.
Police: Man Stole Copper From LIRR Tracks, Snagged Thursday Morning CommuteA Hicksville man was charged Friday with stealing copper cable that belonged to the Long Island Rail Road eight different times this month.
Two Construction Workers Trapped When Ceiling Collapses In MineolaThe collapse happened inside the old Social Services building, which is now being turned into a family court in Mineola.
Long Island Homeowners Furious Over No-Show Fines From Utility Company Some suburban homeowners are furious after being shocked with a surprising fine. The charge is being tacked onto their bills because they're not home when a worker shows up to read the meter.
Businesses Say Preparing For LIRR Strike Is Like Bracing For StormWith the threat of a Long Island Rail Road strike growing direr by the day, businesses have been forced to firm up alternate plans right along with commuters.