Suffolk Police: Woman, 57, Strangles Mother, 76It happened Tuesday at 8:09 a.m. at their home on Cocoanut Street in Central Islip. 
Police Officer Enters Not Guilty Plea On Murder-For-Hire Plot Targeting Ex-Husband, ChildA decorated NYPD officer accused of hiring a hitman to kill her ex-husband and a child was formally charged in federal court in Central Islip on Friday.
NYPD Officer Accused Of Murder-For-Hire Plot Targeting Her Ex-Husband And A ChildThe suspect, 34, is an officer with the NYPD's Viper Unit, which monitors cameras in NYCHA buildings. She has been suspended. 
Long Island Man Pleads Guilty In Central Islip Crash That Killed 5Jamel Turner, 25, of Bellport, pleaded guilty to charges including aggravated vehicular homicide, assault and driving while ability impaired by drugs.
With Opening Day Fast Approaching, Central Islip Little League Still Dealing With Fields In Dire Need Of RepairLittle League practices are about to get underway. But in one Long Island community there is continued frustration about persistent flooded fields and dangerous fencing in need of a fix.
NYIT Selling Most Of Its Central Islip CampusSo what will happen to the land? Some residents have a few ideas.
Caught On Video: Deadly New Year's Eve Hit And Run On Long IslandBoth vehicles stopped after hitting him, and four people pulled the victim to the side of the road before abandoning him.
Police: Suspect Hits Cops' Car After Being Seen Making Drug Deal In CentereachSuffolk County police say two men fled a traffic stop and were caught after fleeing on foot from their vehicle.
Local Christmas Tree Farms Hurt By Big Box, Chain StoresSmall business Christmas tree shops are feeling the sting of winter a little bit extra this year.
Charges In Death Of Mom Evelyn Rodriguez Who Railed Against MS-13An indictment has been filed against the driver of an SUV that struck and killed a New York mother who led a crusade against MS-13 gang violence after her daughter was slain.
Officials Hold MS-13 Gang Conference On Long IslandAt least 8,600 children from Central America between the ages of 6 and 17 have made their way to Long Island in the past four years.