Police: Man Points Gun At Driver In Roslyn Heights Road Rage IncidentThe 25-year-old victim was driving with his family on the Long Island Expressway in Roslyn Heights on Monday when a motorist in a Honda Civic pulled in front of him and applied the brakes, police said.
Anthony Cumia Of 'Opie And Anthony' Arrested In Long Island Domestic Abuse CaseSources said Cumia, 54, faces various charges, including strangulation, assault and unlawful imprisonment after he was arrested around 11 a.m. in Roslyn Heights.
Truck Slams Into Dry Cleaning Business In Roslyn HeightsOwner John Chund said he couldn't believe his eyes as he watched the truck roll down a steep hill right into his business.
Long Island Father Accused Of DWI With 2 Kids In CarVincent Gagliardi was pulled over on the service road of the Long Island Expressway in Rosyln Heights for alleged speeding at about 1 a.m. Saturday.
Thief Steals Ring Off Woman’s Finger In Roslyn Heights Parking LotWitnesses say the thief-- who is described as being between 30 and 40 years old, 6 feet tall and wearing a gray hooded sweatshirt-- ran off behind the store.
CBS 2 Exclusive: Another Deadly L.I. Accident Just Hours After Safety Meeting About CurveJust hours before an accident in Roslyn Heights, Long Island that left two teenagers dead, town leaders were meeting about the dangerous curve where it happened and that drivers keep missing.
2 Teens Killed In Long Island Car CrashSteven Clancy, 19, was driving a 2004 Volkswagen Jetta northbound on Roslyn Road near Locust Lane when he struck a curb and then a tree, police said.
L.I. Family Demands Changes After Home Crashed Into TwiceThe Rosen family is counting their blessings after not one, but two separate accidents sent cars careening into their home on Oak Lane in Roslyn Heights.
Police: LI Man Scams Bank Out Of $100,000 To Buy PorschePolice say William Mure took the check over to Porsche of Roslyn and bought himself a 2010 GT3.
Do Shorter Fences Make Better Neighbors On LI?Some in North Hempstead say a six-foot-tall fence around their property is necessary for privacy and protection. Others, however, want the current four-foot height limit maintained.
L.I. Boy, 11, Returns Home From School During BurglaryPolice are looking for two burglars who scared a Long Island boy after he came home from school.