Garden City Officials Seek Town's Input On Changes To Historic BuildingOfficials in Garden City are expected to unveil big plans Tuesday night, that could change how a historic Long Island building looks and runs.
CDC: E. Coli Outbreak Linked To Chopped Romaine Lettuce GrowsThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says at least 53 people have been infected in 16 states, including New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.
A Comeback For Speed Cameras In Garden City?Drivers hated them, but speed cameras with hefty fines could be making a comeback in one heavily-traveled part of Long Island.
Big Thaw Could Cost Big Bucks As Melting Snow And Ice Flood HomesWarming temperatures after a string of bitter cold days may feel like a welcome relief, but not if your home floods as a result.
Uber Driver Accused Of Exposing Self To Passenger On Long IslandAn Uber driver has been accused of exposing himself to one of his passengers on Long Island.
CBS2 EXCLUSIVE: Long Island Students With Disabilities Claim Able-Ride Bus Service Leaving Them High & DryLeft waiting alone in the cold multiple times, one student said she's been complaining to Able-Ride this entire semester.
Nassau Residents Demand Long-Awaited Traffic Light At Dangerous Garden City IntersectionLong Island residents are asking why their county is dragging its feet to put up a traffic light at a dangerous intersection.
Search On For Whoever Is Shooting, Killing Cats In Garden CityPolice were searching Monday for someone who has been shooting and killing cats in Nassau County.
Long Island ‘Upstanders’ Bring Peers Together To Stand Up To CyberbullyingA group of older teen victims from Sienna College Research Institute is now mentoring and training high schoolers starting in Garden City.
L.I. Mayors Upset Over Study On Planned LIRR Third TrackMayors in three communities that would be affected by the Long Island rail Road third track have released their own study of the project.
Long Island Water Tested For Cancer Causing Chemical Found In DetergentIt's widely used in consumer products such as detergents and shampoos, but can drain and leech into Long Island's aquifers.
Man Accused Of Flashing Women And Girls, Peeing On Woman's Leg In Garden CityA man was charged this week with exposing himself to six women and girls, and peeing on one of their legs, on Long Island over a period of several months.