Long Island Hotel Employee David Lerner Falls To His Death Out WindowPolice say the 41-year-old fell out an upper floor window around 7:30 p.m. at the Hyatt Regency Long Island in Hauppauge.
Pride In The Workplace: Dozens Of Companies, Large And Small, Welcome Hundreds Seeking Work To LGBTQ Job Fair On Long IslandNearly 1 in 10 LGBTQ people in the United States experienced workplace discrimination last year, from sexual harassment to physical attacks.
Mammograms More Important Than Ever After Many Skipped Annual Breast Cancer Screenings During COVID Pandemic, Doctors SayThe American Cancer Society estimates more than 17,000 New York women will be diagnosed with breast cancer this year and 2,500 will succumb to the disease.
Incoming Gov. Kathy Hochul Meets With Labor Leaders On Long Island As Cuomo Packs Up His Stuff At The Governor's MansionOn Long Island Friday, Hochul stepped it up in Hauppauge, while Andrew Cuomo packed it up in Albany.
Person Seriously Hurt In Crash On Motor Parkway In BrentwoodIt happened on Motor Parkway and Marcus Boulevard near the Brentwood-Hauppauge border.
Suffolk Police Seek Would-Be Hauppauge Bank RobberAccording to police, the suspect tried to rob the Bank of America at 190 Motor Parkway in Hauppauge just after 3 p.m. on March 9.
With More People Staying Home, Porch Piracy Sparking A Concern As Holidays Approach"If you see something that you think is out of the ordinary call us," said Suffolk County Police Deputy Chief Matthew Lewis.
NYPD Officer Facing Federal Charges Of Conspiring To Import And Distribute CocaineOfficer Amaury Abreu was supposed to be upholding the law while he worked at the 113th Precinct, but instead federal prosecutors say he was breaking it.
Reforms Coming To Suffolk County Police Department After Independent Study Finds Bias In Traffic StopsThe Suffolk County Police Department admits its traffic stops are biased.
'Back The Blue' Rally In Suffolk County Draws More Than 1,000 Supporters Of Law EnforcementIt was a chance to show appreciation for law enforcement -- and address recent protests against police.
Catering Hall Owners Plead For Gov. Cuomo To Allow Weddings To Resume; Venues On 'Brink Of Bankruptcy'While restaurants outside New York City are open at 50% capacity, catering halls can only host 50 people.
Families Of COVID-19 Victims Who Died In Nursing Homes Call For Investigation Into NYS Department Of Health's DirectiveThousands of nursing home residents in New York have contracted COVID-19 and some family members are placing the blame on Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
Coronavirus Memoriam: Remembering Selfless Yoni Bradin And Pamela OrlandoCBS2's Jessica Moore remembers two people in their prime of their lives, both taken too soon.
Thomas Valva Case: Suffolk County Announces Results Of Child Protective Services ReviewsA months-long review of Child Protective Services in Suffolk County is complete and on Wednesday the results were unveiled.
Exclusive: Long Island Family Blames College Graduate Son's Death On Bail ReformA devastated family says their son was killed in a crash with a drunk driver who should've never been on the road. And they're blaming bail reform for putting him there.