Police on Long Island are investigating a one-car crash that killed the driver and injured his passenger.
Firefighters from at least 10 departments were dispatched Wednesday to battle a large blaze at a co-op building in the Hamptons.
Police say one teenager was shot and injured when someone fired at a group of teens outside a Long Island home.
Suffolk Co. Officials Offer Words Of Caution After 5 Men Pose As Plainclothes Detectives To Rob Homes
The arrests of five men accused of posing as plainclothes detectives to gain entry to Long Island homes and ransack them has local officials offering words of caution.
Five men face charges that they impersonated plainclothes detectives to burglarize homes on Long Island.
People from all over Suffolk County who have vacationed or lived on Shelter Island are intent on saving the island staple, the 15 minute firework show that has become a summer highlight.
Just weeks before the start of the tourist season, fire destroyed four buildings on Cherry Grove.
Under the legislation, Suffolk County police would receive new tools for differentiating offenders at highest risk of escalating domestic violence and provide training for victim advocates.
Retailers will be required by local law to display signs warning consumers of the dangers of liquid nicotine, which is not regulated by the federal government.
Officials say Officer Mark Collins was shot just before midnight Wednesday while confronting a suspect who fled a traffic stop in Huntington Station.
Police are asking anyone with information regarding the two shootings to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-220-TIPS.
Police said a man driving with a passenger was heading south on Route 111 when their car struck the SUV belonging to the Stony Brook fire chief.
A Long Island man has been sentenced to 2 1/2 to five years in prison in connection with a wrong-way crash that seriously injured a married couple last year.
After the Westbury community came together and fought the plan to bring a casino to their neighborhood, a lawmaker has proposed a bill that would halt gaming facilities in Nassau and Suffolk counties.
Stamford-Norwalk ranked third, Westchester County was fifth, and New York City eighth.