Tropical Storm Isaias: Long Islanders Frustrated With Response From PSEG LI To Restore ElectricityEmotions range from alarm to frustration for people working from home without electricity, internet and weaker cell phone service.
Tropical Storm Isaias: Long Island Lawmakers Furious Over Breakdown In PSEG's Power Outage Reporting SystemTogether, Nassau and Suffolk counties had more than 300,000 outages late Wednesday morning.
Hit-And-Run Driver Arrested After Allegedly Striking 11-Year-Old On Scooter In Massapequa ParkDoctors say the child, who was supposed to be soon starting middle school, will instead have months of recuperation ahead.
Tropical Storm Isaias Leaves 'Path Of Destruction' After Sweeping Through Long IslandBlock after block in Lindenhurst, trees were tangled in wires Tuesday night.
Hurricane Isaias: Long Island Communities Prepare For The StormLong Island officials expressed some cautious optimism when looking at the tracking of the storm, but are still urging folks to take the time now to prepare as we do with every storm of this kind.
COVID-19 Support Groups A Life Line For Survivors Suffering Panic Attacks, Memory Loss, Other Lingering SymptomsThough they're no longer battling the virus, many survivors of COVID-19 are suffering from a host of lingering symptoms like brain fog and panic attacks.
Mayor De Blasio Says Delay In Coronavirus Test Results Should Be Resolved: 'Getting Much Better'New York City now has the capacity to complete 50,000 coronavirus tests a day, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Thursday.
Residents Want Citizens Complaint Review Board To Look Into Suffolk County Police Officer Accused Of Excessive ForceThere were calls Tuesday for a citizens complaint review board on Long Island, in the aftermath of a police-involved fatal shooting in 2018.
Food Delivery Workers Targeted By Car Thieves On Long Island: 'They're Barely Making A Living'Suffolk County Police are warning thieves are stealing cars left running in the driveways of homes during food deliveries.
Bowling Alley Owners Left Out Of Phase 4 Argue It's Safe To Reopen In Plea To Gov. CuomoNew York's bowling alleys employ about 9,000 workers, but are left out of Phase 4. The owners say they're ready to roll.
'We Will Never Be Whole Again': Long Island Families Fight For Justice Five Years After Fatal Limousine AccidentIt's been five years since a tragic limo accident that killed four young women and their families are still fighting for justice.