A planting project on Long Island will replace trees destroyed by Asian Long-Horned Beetles.
New York State Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos has surrendered to face charges including extortion and soliciting bribes amid a federal investigation into the awarding of a $12 million contract to a company that hired his son.
After searching for years, a Texas woman will finally be reunited with her dog.
The federal class-action suit alleges that at least 21 Latinos and immigrants were stopped and some were robbed of money.
Suffolk County Court Judge Barbara Kahn issued the verdict Wednesday following three weeks of testimony in the non-jury trial.
There are concerns megatowers going up in the 57th Street area could dim parts of Central Park.
Sen. Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., announced Monday that he is submitting legislation to create stiffer penalties for swatting.
A woman posing as Kate Sullivan withdrew more than $9,000 from a Chase branch in Commack, Long Island, on Sept. 23, 2014, before unsuccessfully trying to repeat the crime in Freeport, police said.
Nassau and Suffolk county executives are coming together to make an appeal for more volunteer firefighters.
After seeing thousands of students sit out New York’s statewide English assessments last week, school districts are beginning three days of math testing.
A coach and the crowd at a Staten Island Little League game came together to perform a lifesaving rescue over the weekend.
An old police precinct has been reopened on Long Island to the delight of residents who never wanted it closed.
According to Nassau County police, Hargrove would go to the self-checkout counter in the supermarket to buy diapers, but would instead scan the bar codes for cheaper items, costing approximately $1.
Monday marks the first day the public can view 150 Sandy-damaged homes acquired by the state that will be auctioned off on Long Island.
First, there was “The Dress.” Now, there’s a new photo making its way around the Internet, causing fights.