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.
Babylon Looks To Use Art To Rebuild Downtown Businesses Impacted By COVID-19Babylon is launching an arts initiative to bring foot traffic back to its downtown area.
Long Island Woman Claims She Is Being Terrorized By Neighbor: 'He Has Said He Can Get Me Erased'The sign on the door of a Valley Stream home tells the story of the woman inside living in fear.
Deeds To Land In Levittown, Nation's First Suburb, Rooted In Systemic RacismLevittown, the nation's first suburb, was built for returning soldiers after World War II, but for white soldiers only.
Three Stony Brook University Fraternities Suspended Amid Investigation Into Hazing And Sexual MisconductStony Brook officials shared few details on the university's website. But, the student newspaper reported the suspensions were prompted by social media posts by students and alums, who named names.
Gov. Cuomo: Malls With Enhanced COVID-19 Filters Can Reopen In Phase 4 Regions On FridayPeople on Long Island will now have more choices for indoor fun and activities as the region entered a new phase Wednesday on the road to reopening.
Doctors To Women Needing Routine Mammograms But Worried About Coronavirus: Our Hospitals Are SafeThe coronavirus pandemic has caused a major drop off in routine cancer screenings like mammograms that are supposed to be performed annually for many women.
With Coronavirus Still A Big Concern On Long Island, Pop-Up Day Camps Take Center Stage In BackyardsWith sleep-away camps canceled and many day camps opening late, a new cottage industry is all the rage.
Bellone: Due To Budget 'Catastrophe,' Suffolk County Considering Reallocating Money Earmarked To Protect EnvironmentWith sales tax revenue dramatically down, Suffolk County is looking at a $1.5 billion shortfall over the next three years.
Long Island Food Banks Trying To Keep Up With Rising Food InsecurityThe coronavirus pandemic caused a massive strain on our region's food banks, which are trying to keep up with demand. CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports some predict the need will linger far beyond the current health crisis.
Not All Youth Sports Will Be Back July 6, And That Has Many On Long Island Wondering WhyCertain organized youth sports can resume in some regions on July 6, and not soon enough for some.