On Nov. 28, 2010, Everardo Nieto was drag racing his landscaping truck while drunk and crossed into oncoming traffic, crashing head-on into an elderly couple on Jericho Turnpike in Syosset, prosecutors said.
Over the past 15 years, there has been an on and off fight against a mammoth mall project on Long Island.
The center called Oh My Girls! in Syosset is all about teaching girls ages 8 to 18 how to live a healthy lifestyle that they will continue to follow for years to come.
Weckerle pleaded guilty to manslaughter and to driving while impaired by drugs.
LIPA crews say they have restored power to nearly 300,000 customers in three days and get upset when given an “F” grade by a politician or slammed by customers.
A Nassau County man is lucky to be alive after his Syosset home suddenly exploded, with the force of the explosion literally rocking the neighborhood.
Local rescue workers are keeping a close eye on the crisis in Japan, watching and learning in case of a similar disaster in the Tri-State.
Police say a man who left the scene of a Long Island traffic accident where a woman was run over twice has been arrested after going back there.
A Long Island father accidentally backed his SUV over his 2-year-old son, killing him. But instead of drowning in their grief, he and his family pushed for a new law to end this driveway danger.
An elderly man is dead, and his wife is fighting for her life — both of them victims of a head-on collision that police said was caused by drag racers.
According to authorities, 32-year-old Everardo Nieto, was drunk when his Ford dump truck crossed into the opposite lane on Jericho Turnpike and smashed into a Mercedes.
Congress is approaching the Dec. 3 deadline for refunding the Heating Assistance Program and many Americans are worried about getting their assistance.
Winter weather will be upon the tri-state soon enough, but state and federal programs designed to assist homeowners heat their homes could soon run out of money.
An optimistic spike in ridership over the summer on the Long Island Rail Road has turned into disappointment.
It’s short-term pain for long-term gain, says Long Island Rail Road spokesman Sam Zambuto.