A chronic drunken driver has been sentenced to six years in prison, following his 12th arrest on Long Island this past fall.
Saturday marked 20 years since the Long Island Rail Road massacre, which left 16 people dead and more than a dozen wounded when a gunman opened fire inside a train full of passengers.
The accident happened on Long Beach Road shortly after 1 p.m.
Dolores Sharpe, a black Nassau County police officer, says she was improperly charged with resisting arrest by two white officers during a confrontation while she was off-duty last week.
The tablet had been in the possession of the heirs of a Holocaust survivor who obtained it in the closing days of the war. The state’s highest court said last month the tablet cannot be claimed as one of the “spoils of war.”
Suffolk County Police said William Iglesias, the owner of Foto Y Video Alexander in Brentwood, installed a video camera on the floor behind the toilet and, for at least a month, videotaped his two female employees.
The Diakou family decided to donate the 85-foot Norwegian Spruce to the Faneuil Hall Marketplace in Boston after it was cut down.
Dean Cain, the actor best known for playing Superman on the “Lois and Clark” TV series, has been focusing his attention lately on helping the less fortunate.
The Thanksgiving weekend shopping frenzy was set to continue, hopefully calmer, with Small Business Saturday.
Black Friday turned into Bad Friday for multiple shoppers across the country, including those at several stores in the Tri-State Area.
A man who was robbed on Thanksgiving morning in Bridgeport, Conn., received a pleasant surprise courtesy of a sympathetic 911 operator.
With Thanksgiving here and gone and Chanukah in full effect, the mad rush of the holiday shopping season officially kicks off with Black Friday.
A Long Island woman has claimed a police officer broke her legs as she was being arrested on a recent misdemeanor charge.
An arsenic-based drug called nitarson is given to turkeys to prevent a disease in the birds and the FDA is looking into whether to drug elevates the arsenic level in the mean beyond what would occur naturally.
Peter Torrillo was arrested Monday for the Nov. 2 incident on Montauk Highway in Eastport and has been charged with leaving the scene of a fatal incident and leaving the scene of a serious injury incident.