Suffolk GOP Looks To Halt Red Light Camera Program, Calls For InvestigationRepublican lawmakers said the red light cameras are a money grab, trapping motorists into getting ticket after ticket.
Town Supervisor: Drone Company Moving To Suffolk Will Bring High Paying JobsTown of Riverhead Supervisor Sean Walter said the company will bring in high paying jobs and they have already purchased a number of homes in the area for employees.
Storm Downs Trees, Causes Street Flooding In New YorkOut on Long Island, Linenhurst was hit hard with dozens of trees downed across just one neighborhood.
Coastal Communities Ravaged By Sandy Prepare For Hurricane JoaquinCoastal communities aren't taking any chances as two storm systems set their sights on the Tri-State area.
Four Hour Round-Trip School Bus Ride Leaves Disabled L.I. Girl In TearsA disabled Long Island girl has a ride home that’s two hours long, and it has been leaving her in tears.
Rock Thrown From Long Island Bridge Shatters Car's Rear WindshieldA Long Island man escaped injury after someone tossed a rock from a railroad bridge that shattered the rear window of his car.
Former Treasurer Accused Of Stealing $1.6 Million From Long Island EMS CompanyA New Jersey man is accused of stealing approximately $1.6 million over a seven-year period from a volunteer EMS company on Long Island.
3 Accused Of Targeting Elderly With Sweepstakes ScamThe suspects tricked seven victims who thought they had won as much as $3.5 million in sweepstakes prizes into sending them more than $695,000 by mail or wire transfers, prosecutors said.
Athletes Compete In Special Olympics Fall Classic On Long IslandFrom bocce, to softball, to soccer, and cross country, over 400 athletes competed in Hicksville for the Fall Classic.
Papal Visit Has Business Booming At Long Island Religious StoreStore employee Linda Suppa said business has increased as people are coming in to buy items for the pope to bless during his visit to New York City this week.
WTC Souvenirs At Center Of New Federal LawsuitA new federal lawsuit focuses on souvenirs sold at One World Trade Center.
Suffolk County Homeowners Could Pay More In Taxes For Police ProtectionSome Long Island homeowners could pay a little more in taxes for police protection under the latest plan from Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone.