The family of a 22-year-old Long Island woman was conducting an all-out search for her this weekend.
Three boys were last seen leaving MercyFirst Group Home in Syosset around 8 p.m. on Sunday. Shakeem Smith, 14, and Gabriel Hernandez, 16, were located on Tuesday. Jonathan Acevedo, 15, remains missing.
Nassau County police on Monday were searching for three teenage boys who vanished from a group home this weekend.
There’s little doubt that Gotti is nursing a stab wound, but other circumstances surrounding the story are a mystery.
John Gotti Jr. told police he was stabbed in the stomach Sunday at around 9:45 p.m. in the parking lot of CVS in Syosset while trying to break up a fight.
A man who had losing lottery tickets due to a store clerk’s error stood accused this weekend of threatening the clerk with a box cutter on Long Island.
Despite its defeat, mall developers Taubman Centers say they’ll continue their fight. They’ve already filed a lawsuit to stop the sale.
A no vote will keep the nearly 20-year-old fight over the 54-acre tract of land in Syosset alive.
Following complaints of sexism about girls’ T-shirt suggesting that math is not among the wearer’s “best subjects,” some organizations have been emphasizing that girls can excel in math and every other subject.
Her family said they suspect foul play in Bhoomika Kochhar’s June 15 death, but authorities in Nepal have labeled it a suicide. Rep. Steve Israel has demanded the government there cooperate in a full investigation.
Crooks have been removing catalytic converters off vehicles to make quick cash. Police said the platinum found in the car part can be worth as much as $1,500 an ounce.
A Long Island upholstery store owner who is already a registered sex offender was charged Wednesday with sexually attacking one of his employees.
Alfred Balcerak, 54, was charged with first-degree sexual abuse, Nassau County police said.
Frederick Flowers of Massapequa Park had pleaded guilty to drunk driving and other charges in connection with the Oct. 4, 2012 incident.
Some parents on Long Island are encouraging lawmakers to pass a new law that would prevent school bus drivers from getting behind the wheel drunk.