In each incident, the victims have been assaulted and robbed of money and personal property while making oil deliveries to homes, police said.
Officials said four out of the five bus routes currently servicing Douglaston have seen increased ridership in the past two years.
Sean Farrell was arrested Thursday in connection with the Dec. 9 death of Bonnie Farrell. Her body was discovered by her husband in the bedroom of their Medford home.
A new water pollution study on Long Island claims nitrogen levels in the ground and surface water have become critically high.
A day after a major snowstorm walloped the Tri-State area, the weather was being blamed for at least two gruesome injuries..
More than 1,500 flights were canceled, many students were sent home early, and the roads were a miserable mess through the night Tuesday as the Tri-State area was pounded with a brutal blast of heavy snow and bitter cold.
The Long Island Expressway was slow-moving from about noon Tuesday well through the end of rush hour due to near whiteout conditions.
The attorney for the family of a missing autistic boy says clothing that was found with human remains in Queens are similar to those the teen was wearing when he disappeared.
John Woythaler took the stand to describe how he was allegedly beaten by the five Rockville Centre teenagers back on June, 18, 2012.
Amy Cicio, of Syosset, said she left her six-pound Chihuahua, named Reba, at Two by Four Doggy Day Care in Oyster Bay before a recent overnight trip. When Cicio arrived to pick up Reba, she was told her pet was attacked by another dog and killed.
Myls Dobson died Wednesday after police found him unconscious in a bathroom at the Ritz Plaza building on West 48th Street.
Three men were charged in connection with about 50 burglaries that spanned Nassau, Suffolk, Westchester and Queens counties Thursday.
Jason Minter was just 6 years old when his mother, Bonnie Minter, and her friend, Sheila Watson, were raped and murdered during a violent home invasion in northern Westchester on March 2, 1977.
Marty Tankleff, who spent 17 years in prison for killing his parents, says he’s glad he and the state have reached a settlement of nearly $3.4 million to his false-imprisonment lawsuit.
A Queens woman who was convicted in connection with the death of her allegedly abusive husband is now turning to Albany in hopes of being released from prison.