Powerful Fast-Moving Storms Leave Tens Of Thousands Without Power Across Long IslandNearly 35,000 people were still in the dark on Sunday night across parts of Long Island, after strong storms knocked out power, brought down trees, and triggered flash flooding.
'Tis The Season To Pay It Forward: Anonymous Woman Picks Up Vietnam Vet's Check At Long Island DinerA Long Island couple is starting off the holiday season on the right foot, by thinking about others.
Donation Drive For Those Impacted By Hurricane Florence Held On Long IslandThe Commack Fire Department is hosting a donation drive to collect goods to help those impacted by Hurricane Florence. 
2 Dead After Car Slams Into Gas Station On LITwo men were killed when a car slammed into a gas station and burst into flames early Wednesday morning.
'He Was Born To Be A Hero:' Long Island Family Honors Firefighter Killed In Iraq Helicopter CrashFDNY Lt. Christopher Raguso died in a helicopter crash in March while serving with the New York Air National Guard.
Driver Killed After Crashing Into Parked Car, Restaurant In Suffolk CountyA speeding car slammed into a restaurant in Smithtown, Long Island early Sunday, causing a huge explosion.
Surge Of Storm Damaged Cars Could Flood The Market Following Harvey, IrmaAnyone in the market for a used car following hurricanes Harvey and Irma, beware; hundreds of thousands of vehicles damaged in flood waters are already being sold off.
Man Accused Of Knocking Down Sign, Breaking Window At Commack ChurchA man was arrested and charged Thursday with vandalizing a Long Island church back in January.
CBS2 Exclusive: Is There A Lisa Missing A Wedding Dress? Woman Seeks Owner Of Mystery GownOne belongs to the Long Island mother who just discovered the pair while cleaning her Commack attic -- the other is a mystery.
Commack, L.I. Residents Petition To Call Off Church Halloween PartySome Long Islanders are blaming a church for creating chaos by hosting a family Halloween party last year.
A Little Preparation Can Keep Seasonal Pests Out Of Your Home, Experts SayThe seasons have turned, and fall is here along with cooler weather. That also means pesky fall critters will try to get into your home for shelter and food.