Police Searching For Body In Wooded Area Of Long IslandNassau County police and federal authorities are searching for a body in a wooded area in what may be a gang-related killing.
Woman Sought In Suffolk County Knifepoint Robberies Strikes AgainThe latest happened at a Dollar Tree on Horseblock Road in Medford and is believed to be the sixth time the female suspect has struck in less than a week.
Riverhead Town Attorney's Wife Under Fire After Bias-Filled Facebook RantThe wife of the attorney for the Town of Riverhead was embroiled in controversy after a disturbing rant on Facebook.
Woman Sought In 5 Knifepoint Robberies In Suffolk CountyAuthorities believe the same woman could be responsible for up to five knifepoint robberies in Suffolk County.
LI Camp Counselor Sentenced For Sexually Abusing Boy, Photographing OthersDavid Greenberg, 37, sexually abused the first victim from the time the boy was six to 12 years old.
2 Women Hurt Trying To Break Up Dog Fight On Long IslandA woman had part of her ear bitten off during a dog attack on Long Island.
LI Woman Claims Pet-Sitting Company Is Threatening To Sue Her After Losing Her DogThe dog was under the care of a sitter in Massapequa, who the family hired through the popular pet-sitting app Wag.
Suffolk County Looks To Test Private Wells After Dangerous Chemicals Are Found In Town Of East HamptonSuffolk County health officials are looking to test private wells after chemicals were found.
Cuomo Hopes L.I. Biomedical Facility Will Lead To Research For CuresGov. Andrew Cuomo was on hand Thursday for a groundbreaking at a leading research facility on Long Island.
As Patchogue Grows In Popularity, Village Bans Aggressive PanhandlingIn the past six months, Mayor Paul Pontieri said aggressive panhandlers have become more and more of a problem in Patchogue.
'He Saved My Life:' Off-Duty Firefighter Pulls Woman From SUV Moments Before Vehicle Hit By TrainIt happened around 10:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Arthur Avenue crossing near Bellport in Suffolk County.
National Park Service Withdraws From Ceremony Dedicating NYC's First Permanent Pride FlagThe National Park Service suddenly withdrew sponsorship of New York City's first permanent Rainbow Flag, which now flies high near the historic Stonewall Inn.

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