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A driver traveling southbound on Route 110 in Melville around 8:50 p.m. hit Robert Hosking, 85, and fled the scene, police said.
State wildlife biologist Christopher Nadareski wasn’t taking any chances when he cautiously removed two baby falcon chicks from an improbable nest 17-stories above the street on top of the Nassau University Medical Center.
A coveted parking spot may have been behind a heated argument that led to an elderly Long Island woman getting hit by a car.
A corrections officer who was guarding a prisoner on the 9th floor was attacked around 10:30 Wednesday morning. He was slashed on the back of the neck.
The woman managed to escape from Nassau University Medical Center, got into a car and made several stops before she allegedly crashed the cars in Queens.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio repeated dire warnings that some Brooklyn hospitals will close without more federal Medicaid money.
A day after a major snowstorm walloped the Tri-State area, the weather was being blamed for at least two gruesome injuries..
Nassau court officers collected about 1,000 teddy bears to hand out to children with cancer.
A hospital on Long Island was forced to switch to emergency generator power Monday morning.
Richard Giannetta knew something was wrong when he heard his dog Louie barking ferociously last Friday afternoon.
Police said Lenny Reed arrived at his estranged wife’s home on Roosevelt Street around 2 p.m., shot her and injured a relative.
Two people were killed, and three others were critically injured, in a crash early Sunday on Southern State Parkway on Long Island.
Frederick Flowers, 66, has been charged with five counts of aggravated driving while intoxicated under Leandra’s Law, five counts of endangering the welfare of a child, five counts of reckless endangerment and two counts of driving while intoxicated.
“I can’t wait to just be with my son, my fiancée and just continue my life,” Ralph Lettieri said. “It’s a great day, I couldn’t be any happier. I waited for this day for the longest time.”
Timothy Callahan, 26, of Farmingdale fought in the Persian Gulf and helped earthquake victims in Haiti. But the veteran’s biggest fight came at home when a rare flesh-eating bacteria attacked his arm.