A recent rash of distraction burglaries is continuing on Long Island. This time the two suspects allegedly targeted an Oceanside woman on her 89th birthday around noon on Wednesday.
A simple yellow dot could save your life, if a new program in Nassau County is successful.
In November of 2009, New York City detective Adam Frasse suffered a heart attack and has been in a vegetative state in a Woodbury nursing home ever since.
Over the past few years, heroin has become a major problem on Long Island, where police tell WCBS 880 reporter Sophia Hall that many teenagers have become addicted to the drug.
A 150-foot tall water storage tank and well station which was to fix a low water pressure problem will not be built in Wantagh after all.
Billy Dean already has a location in North Bellmore. It’s known as Long Island’s number one strip club. Now, he wants to open a location in Wantagh, near homes with well manicured lawns.
Police returned to a barrier island of Long Island to focus on an area where the most recent human bones were found.
Shuttle buses will be replacing trains between Freeport and Babylon as the LIRR completes work on a $23 million signal and switching upgrade.
Dozens of Wantagh homeowners will be taking to the street to protest a planned cabaret in their neighborhood.
Hundreds of Long Island high school students are spending their winter break at Island Harvest in Uniondale helping to prepare and distribute food for the needy.
Five dead animals and 17 severely neglected dogs were found in what officials called a “grisly” scene at a home in Rockville Centre.
The jury deliberated for more than five hours Monday night without reaching a verdict on the first-degree murder charge against De Von Callicutt, one of three men charged in the October 2008 shooting of 22-year-old Richard Bailey.
Women on Long Island were on alert after reports of yet another purse snatching.This time it happened as the female victim was getting into her car at Nassau Community College.
Another woman has been targeted and attacked on her driveway on Long Island, and police say it’s the same group of purse-snatching thieves who have struck throughout Nassau County.
Investigators say two suspects who have allegedly been snatching purses from women on Long Island have struck again.