Nassau County Taxpayers Shocked By First Bills After Massive Reassessment: 'It's Unfeasible'For years, Nassau home values were wildly inaccurate. Those who grieved won rubber-stamped reductions. Those who did not unfairly paid more.
22-Year-Old College Student Recovering From Rare Brain Abnormality Leaves Long Island Rehabilitation CenterChynna Roberson left the Emerge Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Glen Cove to a round of applause.
Customers At Long Island Coffee Shop Pay It Forward With Post-Its, Buying Hundreds Of Drinks For StrangersSome who don't live close enough to Muni's are wiring payments and sending messages so owner Alice Bopp can post a sticky note to strangers.
Many Tri-State Area Residents Pleased Religion And Its Values Likely To Be Influential In Biden-Harris AdministrationCatholics around the world are reacting to the historic moment. Following John F. Kennedy, Joe Biden on Wednesday became only the second Catholic president in the history of the United States.
At Long Last, Town Supervisor Says Abandoned Former Site Of Central Islip Psychiatric Center Will Be RevitalizedMany on Long Island have long wondered, what's with all those historic abandoned buildings near the courthouse in Central Islip?
COVID Vaccine: Long Island Utility Workers Say Since They Are Essential They Should Be In Group 1BLong Island is leading the state in COVID-19 positivity. Its seven-day average is more than 7.6%, but that's significantly down from earlier in the month when it was in double digits.
COVID Vaccine In New York: Fed Up With The Feds, Gov. Cuomo Requests Buying Doses From Pfizer DirectlyWith demand high and supplies low, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Monday he wants to go straight to the source.
Remembering MLK: While Progress Has Been Made, Divides Civil Rights Giant Fought To End Still Exist TodayDr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy extends far beyond a day or a speech.
COVID Vaccine: 1-Day Distribution Sites Open In Underserved Communities In Nassau CountyOn Monday, as the nation remembered Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., there was a new effort to improve racial equity in our area.
Exclusive: Sources Say MTA's 4% Fare Hike Off The TableThe Metropolitan Transportation Authority is reportedly planning a little coronavirus pandemic surprise for millions of mass transit riders later this week.
After Home Invasion, Long Island Family Turns Loss Into Lesson On Helping Others In NeedThe Conway's message to their children: Make every day Martin Luther King Day and turn adversity into strength.
CBS2 Weather Headlines: Expect Clear And Cold Conditions Sunday NightIt was a crisp and blustery finish to the weekend as temperatures on Sunday were in the mid 40s, though strong winds made it feel like the 20s and 30s.
Eviction Moratorium: Long Island Woman Says Tenants Haven't Paid Rent Since May 2019, Hurl Racial Slurs When Asked To PayAfter months of pleading, the Khalids filed eviction paperwork. It took months to go through the courts. Then the pandemic hit, and in March, the state banned evictions due to the coronavirus.
Vehicle Strikes Suffolk County Police Cruiser, Slams Into Long Island HomeThe officer was taken by helicopter to a nearby hospital.
Exclusive: Odds Of Surviving COVID Improve In New York Area, Doctors Show CBS2 How Hospital Treatment EvolvedCoronavirus cases are surging across the country. But in the New York area, odds of surviving the respiratory disease have improved.