Search On For Driver Who Struck And Killed 7-Year-Old Autistic Boy On Sunday NightOrange markings showed the location of impact, where the boy was thrown to his death at around 10:15 p.m. on an unlit stretch of the road.
'They've Earned It': Parents, Seniors Hope New York Follows New Jersey's Lead To Allow In-Person GraduationsThrough petitions and Facebook groups, they're asking school districts for something more traditional than virtual graduations and car parades.
Coronavirus Update: Long Island Courts To Open Friday, But Don't Expect Speedy JusticeCourts will open across Long Island on Friday for the first time since the coronavirus shutdown started, but for very limited in-person functions.
Camp Or No Camp? A Look At New York Sites Closed This Summer, And Which Still Plan To OpenMore and more camps are making difficult decisions about whether or not to open for the summer season.
'Silver Lining In The Cloud Of The COVID': Long Island Downtowns Re-Envisioning Life After ReopeningBusiness owners in struggling Long Island downtowns are getting ready to re-open and re-imagine themselves, even though that moment could still be weeks away.
Nassau Passes Law Banning Non-Residents From Using County Beach, Some Towns Announce New Social Distancing RulesLong Island officials say it's not a matter of "not in my backyard." It's a matter of health and safety. They cannot have city residents flooding limited beach space.
President Trump's Hydroxychloroquine Revelation Stirs Debate"I happen to be taking it. I happen to be taking it," Trump said. "I'm taking it. Hydroxychloroquine. Right now, yeah."
SUNY Old Westbury Students With No Place To Go Feeling Stress After Being Told To Vacate The DormsNew York state's stay-at-home order is impossible for some people who have no place to call home.
Coronavirus Pandemic Poses Special Challenge For Ill 9/11 First RespondersThere was a show of respect Thursday for a first responder who lost his battle with 9/11-related illnesses last week.
International College Students Still Stranded In U.S. As Coronavirus Travel Bans ContinueSome international students who were studying in our country are still living alone on shuttered campuses.
Families, Nursing Home Improvising Safe In-Person Reunions For Mother's DayOne nursing home on Long Island has an answer for all the moms who cannot be with loved ones because they are staying safe in isolation.
Home Owners, Builders On Long Island Want Residential Construction Deemed An Essential BusinessNew York is the only state in the nation that does not count home construction as an essential business.
Coronavirus Lockdown Has Long Island Main Streets Struggling To SurviveFor decades, Long Island's downtowns have undergone a rebirth, but much of that is now in jeopardy.
'Fast And Easy' Saliva-Based Coronavirus Test Could Pave The Way To Widespread Testing, Expert SaysThe $99 test was developed by MicroGenDX, a lab based in Orlando, Florida.
Coronavirus Drug Exclusive: Meet The Doctor Behind The Hydroxychloroquine Treatment, And What's Next For Its UseIt's been criticized as unproven, but now a major hospital in New York is launching a clinical trial based on the treatment.