L Train Service Resumes In BrooklynThe MTA said it’s moving trains with mechanical problems from Myrtle Avenue.
Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson Already Playing Bethpage Black Ahead Of PGA ChampionshipThe PGA Championship starts May 16, so early the first time in 70 years to help the golf season end before football.
Families Launch Lawsuit Over Diseases, Decades Of Tainted GroundwaterPeople with family histories of cancer, autoimmune diseases and living in Bethpage, New Jersey, plan to seek restitution from Northrop Grumman.
Cars Crashed On Purpose To Help Train InvestigatorsA series of car crashes on Long Island on Wednesday were witnessed by law enforcement. And it was all planned.
Firefighter Accused Of Setting Series Of FiresNassau County police say a Bethpage firefighter has set at least five fires in his community since March.
President Trump Calls MS-13 'A Menace' During Roundtable Discussion On Long IslandThe president took part in a roundtable discussion Wednesday afternoon with federal and local law enforcement, elected officials and families of some of the violent gang's victims.
L.I. Boy With Autism Thrilled As His Christmas Wish Comes TrueAs children everywhere excitedly opened their presents this Christmas Day, a big wish came true for one young boy on Long Island living with autism.
Cuomo: State Will Take Action On Contaminated Long Island Ground WaterOn Thursday, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced that New York state will clean up decades old ground water contamination that's spreading under several Long Island communities.
LI Center For Sex Abuse Victims Sees Uptick In Calls For Help In Wake Of Weinstein ScandalThe Safe Center in Bethpage says there has been an uptick in phone calls and requests for counseling since the stories involving Harvey Weinstein, Kevin Spacey, Roy Moore and others.
U.S. Navy Secretary Visits LI To Witness Aftermath Of Ground Water PollutionThe contamination was traced to Navy work following WWII when it contracted with Grumman to build fighter planes and chemicals were dumped into the ground.
Officials Demand U.S. Navy, Military Contractor Take Responsibility For Toxic Plume On LICrews are checking for toxic contaminants that officials say are now the unwelcome legacy of the former Grumman aerospace plant in Bethpage.