Boy, 13, Girl, 12, Victims Of Possible Shark Attack Off Fire IslandThe boy was bitten in the water around noon at Atlantique Beach. The girl was bitten around the same time at Sailor Haven Beach.
LI Police Officer Injured By Alleged Drunk Driver Says Crash ‘Changed My Life Forever’Nassau County Police Officer Willard Gomes said he’s lucky to be alive, though he’s still recovering from his injuries.
Demanding Answers: Torn & Tattered Seats Not Sitting Well With LIRR RidersSo what's the agency doing about it? CBS2's Reena Roy rode a train with LIRR President Phillip Eng to ask him just that.
Long Island Couple Thriving With 'Zero Waste' LifestyleThey reuse and recycle almost everything they buy, and take out the trash only three times a year.
Another Sachem High School Student Dies At School EventThis time, a 17-year-old rising senior was participating in marching band practice when police say she appears to have suffered a medical incident, collapsed and died.
Long Island Community Wants Their Long-Shuttered Pool ReopenedWith temperatures reaching the high 80s Monday, some Long Island residents are demanding to know why their community pool is still closed after five years of waiting.
Report Recommends Legalizing Marijuana In New York StateGovernor Andrew Cuomo and state health officials have released a report recommending the legalization of marijuana in New York State.
Long Island Teen Celebrates Sweet 16 After Battling Rare Bone CancerIt was a day of beauty for Erika Gottlieb her friends at Cactus Salon & Day Spa in Smithtown.
'Choose LI' Campaign Promotes Buying Local Produce, SeafoodThere’s a push to stimulate the economy while stimulating your taste buds in Suffolk County.
Waste Not, Weather Not: Seafood Shells Being Used To Build Living Reef Off Lido BeachHempstead is launching a barrier reef composed of thousands of discarded shells donated by local restaurants.
Long Island Family Welcomes 10th ChildThe high cost of living on Long Island has made big families rare, but this couple finds a way to make it work.
'People Are Not Civil Anymore:' Rail Riders Irate Over Trash Aboard LIRR, Metro-North TrainsIt didn't take long for CBS2's Lisa Rozner to find a banana peel and tissues padding the seats on one Metro North train on Tuesday.