Supreme Court Blocks President Biden's Vaccine-Or-Test Rule For BusinessesThe White House hopes employers choose to impose the mandate on their own or that local governments take it up.
How Will I Be Reimbursed For Rapid COVID Tests?Consumers who are fortunate enough to get their hands on over-the-counter, rapid COVID-19 tests will soon be reimbursed by their insurers for the cost of such devices under new rules outlined by the White House this week.
COVID Cases Leveling Off In Parts Of Tri-State AreaIn New York state, more than 58,000 new cases were reported Tuesday, 166 people died and the state's positivity rate is at more than 17%.
Report By Transportation Nonprofit Says Crumbling New York Roads Cost Drivers Millions Every YearStatewide, the combined cost of damage from roads and time wasted in congestion was estimated to be $28 billion.
Gov. Hochul Revives Plan To Make Alcohol To-Go Permanent In New York, But Opponents Lining UpWhile Gov. Kathy Hochul is renewing support for reviving takeout drinks from bars and restaurants, it's far from being a done deal.
Long Island Fire Officials Share Space Heater Safety Advice In Wake Of Deadly Bronx High-Rise FireAt Nassau's Fire Academy on Wednesday, officials shared important measures for the safe use of space heaters wherever you live.
Sen. Schumer: With Impending Arrival Of $6 Billion In Federal Aid, New York City's Subway System Is SavedNew York's senior senator said the money will also be used to help the Long Island Rail Road and Metro North recover from losses during the pandemic.
High School Students Start Movement To Get Malverne Street Named For Village Founder -- Who Was Also Local KKK Leader -- ChangedIt started as a school project and has become a mission. Students at Malvene High School are lobbying for change of a street named for a village founder who was also a Ku Klux Klan leader.
People Near Long Island Sound Loathe And Embrace One Bitterly Cold TuesdayFor people in towns and villages hugging the shores of Long Island, there was no escaping the elements on a cold day like Tuesday.
Nassau County's Republican Majority Calls On Albany To Repeal Cashless Bail LawNassau's Republican-controlled legislature and County Executive Bruce Blakeman were sworn into office Monday afternoon on the coattails of bail reform.
North Amityville Volunteer Fire Company Shut Down Amid Allegations Of Dangerously Long Response Times, HarassmentThere are allegations of harassment, threats of violence, fire department leaders invalidating an election and misuse of public funds, including a questionable trip to the Caribbean and Florida.
Nonessential Procedures On Pause At 40 New York Hospitals After Single-Day COVID RecordGov. Kathy Hochul said the solution to this winter surge is getting vaccinated and boosted. Hochul said vaccination rates among children are still too low and urged parents and guardians to act.
Hempstead Union Free School District Distributes Thousands Of At-Home COVID Test Kits To FamiliesParents had to show a form listing their child's school and ID number.
Bed Bath & Beyond Closing 7 New York StoresAll affected stores will be closed by the end of February.
Snow Piles Up On Long Island, With 9" In Syosset And 8" In East WillistonThere were 88 crashes in Suffolk and 50 in Nassau.