Two men were charged Thursday with using a skimming device to capture credit numbers and create fraudulent cards – resulting in losses of $9,000 to multiple banks.
Marge Lee, with the group Dedicatedd, said it’s very odd that in Suffolk County and in Queens, DWI arrests have increased, but in Nassau the numbers have fallen in the past three years.
The Nassau County Legislature on Monday passed a bill that would establish an online registry of people convicted of animal abuse.
A study by AAA found serious flaws in the red-light camera programs in New York City and several other municipalities in the state.
The family of a Hofstra University student shot and killed by a police officer during a standoff officially filed a lawsuit against Nassau County and its police department Friday.
Under the plan, inspections would cost an additional $61, adult annual membership at Eisenhower Park’s Aquatic Center would rise by $50 and weekend golf at the park would go up from $36 to $40.
The bird was shot in the wing with a pellet gun and suffered fractures in two places, officials said. The heron has undergone surgery.
Gary Rogers with the Nassau SPCA said in the case of Miss Harper – the pit bull mix that had her leg and ears cut off – those charged were convicted of abusing another dog before that incident.
The report said that there are fewer predominately white school districts and that minority students are mainly concentrated in high poverty districts.
It was 2 a.m. when the vote came down, but union members still filled the room and cheered as a board voted to approve the end of a wage freeze.
It happened just before 3 a.m. Friday at a lot for an ambulance supply company on Sheridan Boulevard in Inwood, Long Island.
The state’s approval of speed cameras will help pay some of the $129 million price tag.
Police on Long Island are investigating a threatening message left in a boy’s bathroom at Wantagh High School.
Authorities on Long Island said a police impersonator was on the loose Wednesday, trying to pull over drivers on major roads.
The American Lung Association released its 15th annual air quality report Wednesday, which found that half of Americans still live in areas where ozone or particle pollution levels make the air unhealthy to breathe.