Down Syndrome Group Partnering With L.I. College To Improve Google's Voice Recognition TechnologySome Long Islanders are helping to teach Google how to better understand them.
Long Island Family Of 4 Saved By Carbon Monoxide Alarm After Gas Burner ProblemPolice say a case of carbon monoxide poisoning is to blame for four people being rushed to the hospital in Nassau County.
Bail Reform: Suffolk County Sheriff Says Law Is Preventing Some Inmates From Receiving Needed HelpThe sheriff says jail offers inmates a chance to detox and receive substance abuse counseling and job training.
State Audit Questions How LIRR Measures Ridership, BreakdownsThe audit found "deficiencies and inconsistencies" in how the railroad measures its ridership and train breakdowns.
Nassau County Fully Commits To Reducing Carbon EmissionsOne of the biggest counties in the Tri-State Area took big steps Tuesday toward sustainability. It will now require real steps be taken in reducing its carbon emissions.
Some Bills Passed In New York State Legislature Remain In Limbo As Year EndsBills in limbo were in a mountain of legislation passed this year by empowered Democrats -- a record 930 bills, almost twice the normal number.
Push On To Bring Movie Studio To Long Island's Port WashingtonLong Island could soon be getting another big movie studio. A developer said it would bring jobs and a boost to the economy. But not everyone is rolling out the red carpet.
Long Island Church, Mosque Join To Celebrate What Different Faiths Have In CommonThe spirit of Christmas came alive on Long Island as a mosque and a church joined to spread holiday cheer to hundreds of members of the Westbury community.
Program Allows First-Time Home Buyers To Purchase Houses On Always-Expensive Long IslandSome very happy Long Island residents will be moving into new houses this week, thanks to a program that turns zombie homes into affordable housing.
Homeless Kids Surprised With Holiday Shopping Spree On Long IslandThere were many heartwarming moments Monday at a Long Island toy store where police treated more than a hundred children to an early Christmas.
Struggling To Navigate Civilian Life, 3 Long Island Veterans Get The Gift Of New WheelsHundreds of people are getting the gift of car ownership for Christmas through the generosity of the auto collision industry. On Thursday, three Long Island veterans were among the grateful recipients.