Good Samaritan Recounts Helping Rescue Pilot From Point Lookout Helicopter CrashA helicopter pilot was recovering Thursday following a harrowing emergency landing on Long Island. Luckily for him, a good Samaritan was there to help.
Long Island Introduces Discount Program To Drum Up Support For Struggling BusinessesThe "Downtown Deals Travel Pass" program that mean a 15 percent discount at local shops and restaurants.
Police Find Enough Material To Build 'Six Powerful Bombs' In Farmingdale Home Along With Guns, Ammunition, DrugsPolice also took three luxury cars from the house and will be searching them.
Nassau County Launching Open Streets Pilot Program To Give Reopening Businesses, Patrons Room To Spread OutA new plan has been put forth to close main corridors, hoping to boost foot traffic for merchants and expand spaces for restaurants' outdoor dining.
NYPD Officer Faces Murder Charges In Shooting Death Of Childhood Friend On Long IslandErrick Allen, 26, of North Massapequa, faces second degree murder charges in the shooting death of Christopher Curro, 25, of West Babylon.
Long Island Police: Off Duty NYPD Cop Shot, Killed His Childhood FriendThere is confusion and sadness in the suburbs.
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.
Search On For A Killer After Woman Found Asphyxiated In Her Bed In South FarmingdaleThe Farmingdale community is at a loss to explain why a 27-year-old mother was found suffocated in her bed on their quiet, close-knit suburban street.
1 Dead After Police-Involved Shooting In Monmouth CountyIt happened Friday night on Walnut Drive in Farmingdale.
Residents Furious After Work Trains Appear, Idling Near Their Condos In FarmingdaleFor months, they say there was no explanation for why freight and diesel work trains are suddenly parked and idling in front of their homes.
Building Partially Collapses Onto Parked Cars During Storm On Long IslandWhen firefighters arrived on the scene in Farmingdale, one side of the Cris Ray Printing building was completely exposed and car alarms were going off.
NYC's First Aviation Summer Camp Teaching Teens To SoarCamp staff members say they hope to expand the program to other boroughs and make it year-round.
Study Shows Alarming Water Price Disparity From Town To Town On Long IslandWater bills wildly fluctuate across Long Island. That's because there are 48 water commissioners, many of whom send out obscure bills with hidden costs.
National Grid Gas Nightmare: CBS2 Demanding Answers As Long Islanders Stuck Without New Hookups While Utility Seeks Pipeline ExtensionThe state Department of Public Service is expanding an investigation into National Grid, vowing to force the power company to meet its obligations to its customers.
LIRR Train Collides With Tractor-Trailer Rig Stuck On TracksLIRR service is running again after a tractor-trailer rig was struck by a train during Tuesday evening's commute.