The latest discovery was reported Thursday in Hempstead, where what appears to be a human head was found in bushes in front of a neatly kept home.
The Kim family of Glen Head speaks for many on Long Island’s North Shore: “I think there are too many power poles.”
A woman is dead and a toddler has been hospitalized following separate drowning incidents on Long Island.
Eva Casale, 49, ended her self-inflicted foot challenge in her hometown of Glen Cove. She was followed by other runners who joined her along the way.
With just nine days left before a potential Long Island Rail Road strike, the MTA has made its contingency plan public.
Health officials have closed 13 Long Island beaches to swimming because of concerns about bacteria levels.
A homeless man has been arrested in connection with a series of bank robberies on Long Island.
The 30-year-old was upset over summonses that he received so he called 911 and said that he had a bomb strapped around him and was going to blow up precincts in Nassau County and Queens, according to prosecutors.
The 11th annual TD Bank Celebrate America Concert and Fireworks is being held Saturday evening at the Harry Chapin Lakeside Theatre in Eisenhower Park.
A Long Island man was facing animal cruelty charges Wednesday, after his dog was found dead inside a hot car.
A Republican candidate from Long Island said officiating at same-sex wedding ceremonies has cost him the endorsement of his party.
Police investigating a series of so-called “distraction burglaries” in Nassau County have released sketches suspects wanted in connection with two incidents.
Four candidates are competing for the chance to replace longtime Rep. Carolyn McCarthy in Nassau County while two Republicans face off in Suffolk County.
Nassau County Emergency Services Officer Clarence Hudson pointed directly at defendant Darrell Fuller and identified him as the one who killed his partner, Officer Arthur Lopez.
Due to a rise of fatalities and injuries, national experts on pedestrian street safety conducted a guided walking audit of Long Island’s deadliest thoroughfares Thursday.