Girl, 11, Dies After Being Found Inside Hot Car On Long IslandA family on Long Island was dealing with unimaginable heartbreak Tuesday evening after a little girl was found unresponsive inside a hot car.
Police, Gov's Office Under Fire Over Lack Of AMBER Alert In L.I. Missing Child CaseThe 2-year-old left at his father's house at 7 a.m. on Tuesday was supposed to be returned to his mother that afternoon.
Suffolk County Police: Missing 2-Year-Old Boy, Father Believed Dead In VirginiaPolice had been searching for 43-year-old John Ligurgo III and 2-year-old Jovani Ligurgo since Tuesday afternoon. So why wasn't an AMBER Alert issued?
Car Crashes Into Garage Of Coram HomeMichael McClain said he was relaxing in his Coram home when a white-colored Inifiniti crashed into his garage, knocking out power.
Police: LI Woman Driving With Infant Daughter Charged Under Leandra’s Law After Coram CrashLudivia Jimenez, 33, faces multiple charges including aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, aggravated driving while intoxicated with a child passenger 15 years old or younger and endangering the welfare of a child.
Coram Man Claims Water Main Break Caused $25k In Damage To His BasementA Long Island man claims a water main break caused $25,000 worth of damage to his finished basement and now no one is taking responsibility.
Long Island Officials Shut Down, Condemn Longtime Trouble SpotA well-known eye-sore and trouble spot on Long Island has been shut down.
Town Of Brookhaven Clears Squalid Woodland Homeless EncampmentA homeless encampment was taken down in Coram, Long Island, after officials said 50 people had been living there in filth.
Police: Homeless LI Woman Fatally Stabs Homeless Man In Coram A homeless Long Island woman was arrested after allegedly stabbing a man -- who was also homeless -- to death Tuesday night.
Official: More Than A Dozen Dogs Killed In Fire At Former Long Island DinerThe fire broke out at a former diner on Middle Country Road in Coram early Wednesday morning.
LI Advocates Speak Out Against Sex Offender Registration RulesAs of January 1st, hundreds of sex offenders in New York State no longer have to register or tell anyone where they are living, prompting some concern for local residents.