Police say five people are hospitalized after being sickened by carbon monoxide fumes from a generator in a Long Island home.
Suffolk County police arrested 10 people for driving while intoxicated and driving while ability impaired by drugs, during an overnight saturation patrol in Patchogue and Holbrook.
Marge Lee, with the group Dedicatedd, said it’s very odd that in Suffolk County and in Queens, DWI arrests have increased, but in Nassau the numbers have fallen in the past three years.
A study by AAA found serious flaws in the red-light camera programs in New York City and several other municipalities in the state.
Detectives said the stabbing occurred during a fight between the victim, 20-year-old James Moran, and the suspect 28-year-old Michael Grusel.
The pair allegedly took deposits from eight people totaling $7,000. Police said they pocketed the cash and never rented out the Port Jefferson Station room.
An investigation has widened into suspected toxic dumping on Long Island, after another public park tested positive for hazardous materials.
The discovery follows on the heels of the study of illegal asbestos dumping at a park and a construction site in the Town of Islip.
Piles of debris rising more than 20 feet have been discovered on an illegal dump site in Central Islip, the second such recent discovery in the town of Islip, Suffolk County District Attorney Tom Spota said.
The Suffolk County SPCA says more than two dozen animals were turned in Sunday at an amnesty event. They include both reptiles and mammals that cannot legally be kept as pets.
Cierra English, 15, was reported missing by her family on March 23 after she left home the day before and never returned, police said.
A Long Island man was arrested Wednesday, on charges of running off from the scene of an accident that left a woman seriously injured last fall.
Police on Long Island say a motorcyclist was killed and his wife was seriously injured when his speeding motorcycle hit a guardrail.
Suffolk received an “F” grade in the American Lung Association’s 2014 air quality report.
The American Lung Association released its 15th annual air quality report Wednesday, which found that half of Americans still live in areas where ozone or particle pollution levels make the air unhealthy to breathe.