Nassau University Medical Center
A trusted Town of Hempstead public safety officer was behind bars on Friday, accused in a deadly drunk driving crash in East Meadow.
Police say the loud and disorderly crowd walked into Nassau University Medical Center in East Meadow around midnight and began threatening the hospital staff.
As high heat and humidity mix with pollution from power plants and motor vehicles, emergency health advisories and warnings were issued. Poor air quality can be very harmful, especially for those with asthma.
Fifty-four of these baby birds have born on the ledge of University Medical Center’s 17th floor since 1997. This year, there are five — two girls and three boys.
New York State Park police are looking into claims by a fisherman who says he was drifting at sea for three days before washing up on Jones Beach.
A Nassau County man is lucky to be alive after his Syosset home suddenly exploded, with the force of the explosion literally rocking the neighborhood.
Because the Center failed to get basic information such as correct spelling of names, addresses and insurance card information, Nassau County controller George Maragos said the hospital lost $6.5 million in revenue.
A Long Island man who was being apprehended by police died after authorities say he swallowed what appeared to be crack or cocaine and went into cardiac arrest.
Police said Marie Claudia Blaise and her 13-year-old son were found unconscious in their home early Wednesday after suffering from carbon monoxide poisoning.
An 89-year-old New York man has died from injuries he suffered after his clothes caught on fire as he was lighting a votive candle in his wife’s memory.
The police officer involved in a late night crash on the Long Island Expressway Friday has died, officials said.
A Long Island woman who was told by doctors that she would be dead within six months without a heart transplant was released from jail by a judge Thursday so she could receive a transplant screening.
A Hicksville man has been arrested and accused by authorities of repeatedly calling U.S. Rep. Gary Ackerman and threatening local and federal law enforcement.
The district attorney wants a review of conditions at Long Island’s Nassau County Jail after four inmate suicides in a year.
Staten Island resident Nicholas Genovese says he is happy to be alive after nearly being electrocuted over the weekend.