Police said officers were called to a home on E. Somerset Road in North Amityville just before 2:15 a.m. for a domestic incident.
Suffolk County police on Thursday arrested a woman for allegedly driving while intoxicated with three children – one of whom police said she had just picked up from school.
Two police officers on Long Island were being hailed as heroes Wednesday, after helping pull a family from a burning house.
Kevin Furey, 56, who was staying at in a second-story room at motel, was overcome by smoke, authorities said. He was transported to St. Joseph Hospital in Bethpage, where he was pronounced dead.
A gesture of goodwill turned into tragedy the morning after Thanksgiving on Long Island.
Darryl Mitchell pleaded not guilty to attacking multiple people in Suffolk County.
A North Amityville man has been charged with at least four counts of assault in connection with suspected “knockout game” attacks on Long Island.
Joseph DeFelice, of North Amityville, was sentenced Thursday after being convicted of murder.
Suffolk County police helped members of the U.S. Marshals New York/New Jersey task force arrest a Central Islip man wanted in connection with the shooting of a Copiague man, on Monday.
A Long Island man killed his girlfriend and then committed suicide this weekend, after the woman told the man they were breaking up, police said Sunday morning.
The infant was pronounced dead at 1:46 a.m. at Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center in West Islip, police said.
A suitor in Suffolk County treated a young woman to dinner and bought her a box of chocolates, only to find himself betrayed as his date set him up to be robbed.
A 20-year-old Long Island man is dead, and his passenger was injured, after the car he was driving slammed into a house.
First Precinct Officers James Knoblach and Eric Dennis responded to 51 East St. and found the building tagged with “SOP” and “Shake” on its side.
As outages dwindle and LIPA restores full power, its board pledges a complete storm response review and acknowledges that National Grid’s contract may be in jeopardy.