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Investigators Searching For Answers In Deadly Crane CollapseThe crane crushed more than a dozen cars on Worth Street and trapped one driver.
Officials: High Nitrogen Levels Caused Fish Kills In Long Island's Peconic RiverAdrienne Esposito, with the Citizens Campaign for the Environment, said the higher nitrogen levels are due to over population.
Heavy Wet Snow Gives Plow Drivers And Residents Fits On Long IslandSeveral Long Island towns got almost a foot of snow giving some people an early start to the weekend.
DA: Nassau County Jail Nurse Sold Razors, Synthetic Marijuana To InmatesChantiel Cox, 25, of Huntington is charged with promoting prison contraband and conspiracy following a six-week long investigation.
Town Of Hempstead Reserving More Commuter Spaces For ResidentsSimilar initiatives have been put in place in communities, like Glen Cove.
Police: Patient Struck By Car, Killed After Jumping Out Of Moving Ambulance On Long IslandIt happened just before 7 p.m. Monday in Holstville as Frank Ligrnetta, 51, of Bay Shore was being transported to Stony Brook University Hospital.
Doctor Who Pleaded Guilty In Fatal Long Island DWI Crash Starts 2-Year SentenceThere wasn't a single dry eye in the courtroom as the victim's son, Bryan Graves, stood up and told Dr. Thomas Stavola he forgave him.
Cuomo Orders Navy, Northrop Grumman To Allow Access To Wells At Long Island Plume SiteNew York state will conduct testing to further analyze a groundwater plume on Long Island, Gov. Andrew Cuomo and U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer announced Wednesday.
Teacher, Student Pilot Uninjured After Helicopter Crash Lands On Long Island StreetThe Robinson R22 helicopter attempted to make an emergency landing at Buena Vista Boulevard and East Alhambra Avenue in Copiague just before noon Wednesday after reporting engine problems.
Days After The Blizzard, Commuters Forced To Navigate Snow Covered Bus StopsAt the NJ TRANSIT bus stop off busy Route 3 West at Main Avenue in Clifton, the path was unshoveled and uncleared Wednesday morning four days after the blizzard.
System-Wide LIRR Service To Be Restored For Morning RushThe LIRR now says service is resuming on the Oyster Bay, Port Jefferson, Ronkonkoma, Huntington, Babylon and Greenport branches.
De Blasio Issues Emergency Declaration; Blizzard Moves In Early For NYCThe much-anticipated blizzard was striking the Tri-State Area earlier than expected Friday night, after Mayor Bill de Blasio issued a Winter Weather Emergency Declaration for the following day.

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